13 of my VSMs at a Museum

Old 03-18-2021, 12:05 PM
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The wire based shelve are light and strong, but they do cat parts of a sewing machine that can poke through them.
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Wish that I could go see your machines on display!! I was at the Virginia Quilt Museum and they had a wonderful display of old machines. How I love those old beautiful machines!! Thanks for sharing
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This storage area was only OK for the cats.
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Originally Posted by leonf View Post
The wire based shelve are light and strong, but they do cat parts of a sewing machine that can poke through them.
I have found some plastic cutting boards at the thrift store that I put under the machines that are not in a case or have flat bottoms. I suppose plywood would work, too.

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