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Thread: Post pictures of your sewing machines

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    The machine is facing the wrong direction :) :) :)

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    HI JJ's
    I had one of the #3. I sent it to Mexico with a friend who goes there every year to a lady at a poor village. I will be sending needles and threads this year to her. My friend told her a yer before , she ws still waiting when they got back the next year.
    I know it is being well used.
    I have a feather weight like #10
    Also the old treddle of my husband grandmothers, now ours.
    One of my first machines was like #7 the brown/tan singer
    The first one was a $5.00 black garage sale machine. Got $50 trade on a newer Singer.... after I had used it for a couple of years. Fun to see these.
    Thanks ConnieF

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    Crafty 1 Love the little white featherweight

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    OOO,Sewnsewer2,your Kenmore Looks just like one I got A few yrs ago at a G sale, No Manual and all I can get it to sew is a straight Stitch. Would you Please send me the Pages on How to sew the other stitches, I would be sooo trilled and Glad/Happy, Thank You Sooo Much!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kasmitty1
    Ok, so it's not a sewing machine, but hubby got this weekend ONLY ON THE CONDITION that I get a new sewing machine by the end of the year.

    So in a sense, this is my ticket for a new sewing machine.
    Nice . . . we have a 2001 Road King. Nice ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marsye
    OK I'll go first. :lol:
    cute pic

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    this site was so informing to me... i now have the machine bug.. and seems as though hubby has been bitten as well.. he picked up a red eye for 20 bucks and has just taken it to a repair guy.. its missing two parts and it won't pick up the bobbin thread.. i will post a pic when he feels she is worthy...

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    my machines, 3 Wilcox & Gibbs chain stitch,1890s, 1 singer 503A 1962, 4 Pfaff's a hobbymatic 947, a Pfaff creative 7570, a Pfaff performance 2056, and a Pfaff coverlock 4856 serger.
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    Well mine are not quite as cool as a lot of these, but they get the job done!
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    Kasmitty,
    My DS is drooling over that bike. He restores vintage bikes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeniseB
    Billy,

    I love the Kenmore pearl iris. Growing up we had a Chevy Impala station wagon that color, they called Evening Orchard. It was beautiful and the talk of the neighborhood. My mom went by herself and bought the car without my dad, it took him some time to get used to it. One thing was for sure you could always find it in a parking lot.

    Thanks for sharing.
    what year was that if it was way back all i got to say is your pops must have been a hell ofa guy most men would have divorced the wife for buying a car by herself he was def a keeper! i will bet he did dishes and took care of babies too like my dad he always told everyone a real man could cook, change a baby and change a tire all at the same time! lol!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tortoisethreads
    Well mine are not quite as cool as a lot of these, but they get the job done!
    I have some of the same machines as you.

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