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Thread: I made a 'hoodie' for my 1920 treadle

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    Wowie! LOVE YOUR MACHINE - No wonder you had to make a jacket for your baby! Both are absolutely grand!
    Thank you.

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    Thanks everyone for the compliments on the machine. She really was one of those diamonds in the rough when we picked her up. This is her picture when I spotted the cabinet in a shop. I had to unload tons of magazines and books off from her to get the cabinet opened.
    This pic is looking down on her inside her cabinet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rainsprite View Post
    Wowie! LOVE YOUR MACHINE - No wonder you had to make a jacket for your baby! Both are absolutely grand!
    Thank you.
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    She will be the best dressed "girl" around.

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    Love your hoodie and thanks for the link. Really like it a lot.

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    Wow, you did a great job in cleaning up and shining up that machine, and now it's got a great hoodie!
    Mavis

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    So cute!! Love it and what a nice treadle!! I have one too but mine doesn't look as good as yours! I have a Class 66 made in the 20's converted to electric and love it!

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    What a bright, cheerful cover! Love it! I've got to get my red eye up and running. I know she would love a beautiful cover like yours.

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    What a neat idea. Just darling,

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    I need to make a couple of these for my machines, sure like yours.
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    I have a machine just like that (1914) and love it! I need to make a cover for mine - love yours!!
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    Bright and cheerful. So much better than just throwing a piece of material over it and easy to wash.

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    very sweet, love it.

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    Love it, especially your machine.
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    nicely done!!

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    Cute cover but I am super envious of your beautiful Red Eye. That is the only machine left that I would love to get my hands on. I bid on a couple on eBay 3 weeks ago but lost out at the end. Love, love your machine.
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    So very cute!

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    The hoodie and machine are beautiful!

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    Very nicely done!
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    I love it!!

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    Charlie is one fine specimen of a machine and certainly deserves a cute hoodie like yours.

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    It's darling.
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    Clever and pretty....nice job and gorgeous machine.

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    Neat cover for a beauty of a machine!!
    Be a blessing to others, as you may entertain angels unaware!

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    Really cute!!!!
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    Great Idea.
    I have a Red Eye treadle from 1922. I need to make a "hoodie" for some other machines too.
    To make lots of quilts, is to have lots of scraps, and I do, and I do.
    BarbaraSue

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