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Thread: New singer(used) I got for $35.00

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    You can never be too thin, have too much money, too much fabric or too many sewing machines! You go!!!!

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    You are just too funny!!
    "A boy and his toys".....one can never have too many sewing machines!!
    It's a beauty and the cabinet looks great!
    Have fun!

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    Nice machine!

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    I saw one of these at a garage sale recently...they had a $200 price tag on it! I thought they were crazy, not to mention it was in VERY poor shape and looked as thought it had never even been cleaned of lint. It was so thick in the feed dogs you almost couldn't see the teeth! lol This one looks beautiful! Can one ever have enough sewing machines? lol
    Being skinny isn't easy, so I gave up and opted for being sexy instead. (aunty acid)

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    Looks like you got a good deal, congrats!
    Joyce

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    I have one of the Touch and Sew machines, I might to let it out of the closet. You can never have too many, just not enough time!

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    This is just like the one I had. Loved the machine because I could put a stitch precisely where I wanted it and it had a great straight stitch. Didn't like using the cams, however. Had to give it up when repairman told me it couldn't be repaired.

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    I am envious!!! A great cabinet mounted machine , with a knee control. It just does not get any better. I just love knee control !

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    lol!!....good for you and great deal!
    So many quilts, so little time :-)

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    Great deal!
    If a woman's work is never done....why start?

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    Oh that table is to die for. I love it! Good deal on your machine. I have a few myself so I mention my husband's watch collection every time he mentions my machines and that's the end of that. Good luck with the equal sewing time. At least you ae fair to your machines!
    Experience is simply the name we give our mistakes.

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    Very nice machine at a great price. Enjoy.
    Fabric is like money, no matter how much you have it's never enough.

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    Hi,
    I have the Touch & Sew 706. Hubby bought it secondhand 30 years ago. Apart from one major, major repair - New Bobbin Self-Winding Mechanism; it has been no trouble and purrs and sews like a dream.Name:  Touch & Sew in cabinet.jpg
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Size:  40.9 KB I bought a cheap lightweight Toyota ECO 15A to take to quilting class. That one's great but doesn't purr like the T & S.

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    This is the machine that I bought with all of my babysitting money when I was 15. My SIL is till using it.
    Shelbie from the High County in Southern Ontario

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    Good deal-enjoy the machine!

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