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Thread: FOUND SOMETHING RARE! MAYBE YOU CAN HELP HERE

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    She is a beautiful princess :D:D:D

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    Just adorable!

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    that was a very interesting website, to me anyway. I saw things that I had and tossed out in trash or took to Goodwill. Oh the momey I threw away!! :(

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    Thank you Billy,
    I would sooooo appreciate the research.
    Glad I grabbed it when I saw it.
    I just knew I had never even heard of this and she appears to be in good shape.
    Tammy

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    That is Marvelous! It would be the envy of many a collection.

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    Truly a beauty!
    The one WATTERSTIDE saw at http://salvageone.com/elements_accents.php is listed for $200.

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    Quote Originally Posted by clem55
    that was a very interesting website, to me anyway. I saw things that I had and tossed out in trash or took to Goodwill. Oh the momey I threw away!! :(
    Lol.. I asked my mother a while back what she ever did with her featherweight. She said....the motor just went out one day so I just pitched it in the TRASH!!! I told her, from now on don't throw anything sewing related in the trash again without calling me first.lol Then the other nite she tells me she still has her toy singer sewing machine that she had when she was a little girl. I said. OKAY MOM...DO NOT THROW THAT IN THE TRASH!!!...LOL Bless her heart.
    Tammy

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    I have a machine that looks just like yours but it's called a Dynamic. It also comes apart. It is as big as the Singer Featherweight. It has made in Japan on it. Came in a case. I call her Dinah. She sews really nice but a little noisy.
    Trish

    Has the pretty flowers
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crossstitcher
    I have a machine that looks just like yours but it's called a Dynamic. It also comes apart. It is as big as the Singer Featherweight. It has made in Japan on it. Came in a case. I call her Dinah. She sews really nice but a little noisy.
    Trish
    I love this machine! Thanks for posting it so we can see her, now I have something to work with. I just thought the company made them for "Cindy-rella" as my daughter used to say, but now I know they were badged for others.

    Billy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crossstitcher
    I have a machine that looks just like yours but it's called a Dynamic. It also comes apart. It is as big as the Singer Featherweight. It has made in Japan on it. Came in a case. I call her Dinah. She sews really nice but a little noisy.
    Trish
    Well this is cool! Yeah Billy said it was really neat how they open up like this. He's wanting one.lol I would have gotten mine reguardless because of it being called Cinderella. I knew my grand daughters would get a kick out of that. I look forward to seeing how she sews.
    Thanks for sharing.
    Tammy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crossstitcher
    I have a machine that looks just like yours but it's called a Dynamic. It also comes apart. It is as big as the Singer Featherweight. It has made in Japan on it. Came in a case. I call her Dinah. She sews really nice but a little noisy.
    Trish
    What kind of needles does she use?
    Tammy

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    I think it should be 15x1's but I cant be for certain.

    Billy

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    Happy day for you!

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    oh what a cute little girl. you do have a gem

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    Quote Originally Posted by tammy cosper
    I found this awesome machine, who would ever think they would have made a machine like this. It doesn't have a wooden base, so my dh is going to make a base for it. And don't you know I am going to dress the base up a bit?
    Have any of you heard or seen this machine before? I know its 1955
    Tammy
    I just wanted to say...my CINDERELLA machine arrived today!!! And I just can't tell you how truly gorgeous she is.
    The picture doesn't do her justice. She is so shiny and all of her decals are perfectly in place. While I was unwrapping the packing i kept taking tiny breathes,cause I just couldn't believe my eyes. So if you ever see one. i would highly recomend this machine.And best yet. She still works! My husband even said he would like to put her in a showcase in the livingroom.lol

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    lUCKY YOU!

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    It is beautiful

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