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Thread: window of gorgeous machines

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    Super Member jclinganrey's Avatar
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    window of gorgeous machines

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    Wow! Where is it? I need a shelf like that! Lots of iron pipe and fittings looks like.
    Jim

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    Oh WOW! That is so cool!!! And look at all those hand cranks....
    Where is this wonderful shop???
    Tink's Mom (My name is really Susie)

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    What fun!!!!

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    All Saints store? I took pictures at the one in Seattle last year.

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    More details? Please...
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    You can build these beautiful shelves!!! Using plumbing supplies and wood. http://ext.homedepot.com/community/b...eclaimed-wood/

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    I've seen pictures from the outside of another store. The person who took them thinks they might be a chain. Nice to see the machines being displayed like that instead of turned into some sort of repurposed thing.
    Rodney
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    Allsaints. It is a chain of upscale clothing stores. The beautiful vintage machines with authentic handcranks languishing in the windows was bad enough, but using welded up old industrial machines and modified treadles as racks almost made me cry. Or try to run out with an antique crank to put on my 66.

    The one in Seattle has easily over 200 machines. My mother and I got a few funny looks being in that store and just looking at the machines.

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    Quote Originally Posted by monopas View Post
    The one in Seattle has easily over 200 machines. My mother and I got a few funny looks being in that store and just looking at the machines.
    Sssooooo why else would a person ever go there???
    NEVER let a sewing machine know you are in a hurry.
    Success is not final. Failure is not fatal. It is the courage to continue that counts. Winston Churchill

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