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Thread: Look what I did on my new old Red Eye!

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    Look what I did on my new old Red Eye!

    My first project on the red eye, I did this in a day off and on. Sews like a dream! So fun to make this baby top!
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    very nice, and what a lovely old machine. If I had space I'd love and old treadle machine too
    Blessings from Janice

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    Wonderful job!! So bright!!
    will quilt 4EVER

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    I love the little quilt. I like the pattern. I love the old marchine but I just do not have a need for old beauties.

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    If Illinois was a tad bit closer, you'd have to keep a pretty close guard on that machine Miz Deedum!! LOL!!
    I can see that it's a good partnership, your talent and a good machine that made that top!
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    Love those bright colored fabrics! Your machine is beautiful
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    What a beautiful, happy quilt and a LOVELY machine!! Good job on both!
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    What a beautiful machine. All of you with these old machines that work make me jealous! I need to have my Grandma's old White treadle cleaned and oiled so I can use it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    A quilt is a blanket of love. Sharon

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    Very cute nice and bright
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    Thanks everyone! I am enjoying the machine, but she is a tank! So heavy. I love the power of how she sews right thru quickly and straight.

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    Beautiful quilt and machine....don't you just love how these old beauties sew? We have one very similar to yours...I just love to sew on an old treadle.

    Christine

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    Awesome and I LOVE your red eye!!!! I had one, but had to sell it due to space. One day I would love to get one again.
    Kathy

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    Cute quilt! I have a treadle machine, just need to bring her home from MIL's. Can't wait to sew on her.
    Living a 1/4" from the edge

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    Love the quilt! And your machine too!

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    Beautiful machine!
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    very nice, indeed
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    How beautiful!

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    that looks like my dream machine! sigh of bliss
    I quilt for my sanity!

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    Love the quilt and the machine. Still looking for my bargain on the treadle.

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    OMG that looks just like the treadle Singer I learned to sew on!! I remember, when I was a little girl, listening to mu Mother hum while she was sewing on it (and I'm 75!). She must have enjoyed sewing on it too.
    Shirls

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    Very cute quilt and that machine is to die for! That is a beautiful cabinet too. I would love to find one like that someday.

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