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Old 07-07-2012, 06:52 PM
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Trying again to share pix of my 3 cute little machines. I resized so hope it worked.

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HOORAY, LOOKS LIKE IT WORKED. FINALLY.

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What are these machines and where did you get them? They are so cute. Are they vintage?
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Those a very cute machines. I'm kind of partial to the middle one. I like that color. Do you use them all?
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What are these machines and where did you get them? They are so cute. Are they vintage?
I found them in an antique/junk mall. The 2 on the right are only 7" long. Oddly, they all work when plugged in. Surprised the heck out of me the first time I plugged one in & it ran. I would have thought they could be salesmen's samples but I wouldn't think they would work in that case. Two of them came in orig. boxes with instructions. Says it's intended to be a light weight portable sewing mach.

The box for the white one, Stitch Mate, says "Sews Through Denim", Durable Locking Stiches, Uses Standard Needles & Metal Bobbins, Uses AC Adaptir ir 3 D Batteries".

They are so cute & I will just display them in my sewing rm.

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Those a very cute machines. I'm kind of partial to the middle one. I like that color. Do you use them all?
Yes, they are all very cute. No, I don't plan to sew with them. Just display them & use them as conversation pcs. They're so unique.
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Trying again to share pix of my 3 cute little machines. I resized so hope it worked.

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Looks like Momma, Sissy and Bubby!
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They are so cute!
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Sew cute. I remembering wishing I had a toy one when I was a kid. I'm making up for it NOW!
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I never find anything at those places. You must get there just before me
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