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Thread: She's done!

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    Wow! You did a beautiful job! You should post these before and after photos is the Vintage Photo section so everyone can see what you did! Great job!

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    That is Georgious!

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    What a great job you did! I can't believe anyone would do such a horrible thing to such gorgeous wood. Thanks for saving her!

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    Great job! Looks beautiful!

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    WoW, such a beautiful transformation!

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    Wow, great job - it is absolutely beautiful.
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    Wow, you have done a beautiful job and only one screw left over, that is a major accomplishment.
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    AWESOME!!!! Did you keep track of the hours you spent???

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    You did a great job!

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    How inspiring and awesome!

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    Wow! Absolutely beautiful. We have a few cabinet to restore (someday!) and this gives me hope that we can do it!

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    Wow..they all look great!!
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    wow...looks Wonderful!!! I wish more people would do this instead of destroying them.

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    That is an amazing transformation! Congrats on a job very well done.

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    Great job on the cabinet and machine, pat yourself on the back. Beautifull
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    wow! Amazing job! It sure looks great now.

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    That is absolutely beautiful.....what an awsome job on it...something to be very proud of !!!

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    One word: Gorgeous!

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    Wow....how loooooooonnnnnggggg did this take. You did a great job!
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    WOW! what a gorgeous redo!!! AWESOME job!
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    GREAT job! Congratulations! I'd be interested to know what you used and how you did it.

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    She's beautiful!

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    WHAT A TRANSFORMATION!!!! She is beautiful!

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    Good for you, I got a treadle New Home Rotary not long ago but no time so far to work on it. medical issues with hubby. Luckly mine doesn't need much but a cleaning and oiling and now have the oil and maybe soon will have time.

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    Your before and after looked a lot like mine except that mine is a Singer, and someone had taken off about half of the 'antiquing'. Don't you just love having it?

    I still need a spring to keept the bobbin winder up off the wheel when it sews, but I can wedge something in there to get the job done now.

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