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Thread: My 45.00 yard find today 1-18-14

  1. #26
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    You did VERY well!

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    That's an awesome find! I would love to have one.
    Sharon

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    Terrific find! Hope the machine runs great for you! Pretty cabinet as well.
    Be a blessing to others, as you may entertain angels unaware!

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    Fabulous find! That machine looks like it wasn't used much.

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    A friend got me one last year at a yard sale for $10. It cost me $70 to get serviced but I love, Love Love my Gertie. It is the smoothest free motion quilter I have ever used and is a solid as a rock. Needs oiling every day I use it but just on the race. Some feet you can get at the local Singer dealer as most are made under the same umbrella these days. Mine by the by is a 1964 version in a traveling case. One man who studies these things says it is the Cadillac of sewing machines. Enjoy!

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    A friend got me one last year at a yard sale for $10. It cost me $70 to get serviced but I love, Love Love my Gertie. It is the smoothest free motion quilter I have ever used and is a solid as a rock. Needs oiling every day I use it but just on the race. Some feet you can get at the local Singer dealer as most are made under the same umbrella these days. Mine by the by is a 1954 version in a traveling case. One man who studies these things says it is the Cadillac of sewing machines. Enjoy!

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