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    Any one familiar with a Jones Family CS and what needles are required and where to get them. I have a nice one with the original HC on it.
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    Glenn W. Cleveland

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glenn View Post
    Any one familiar with a Jones Family CS and what needles are required and where to get them. I have a nice one with the original HC on it.
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    No but I want one! Haven't found one I can afford...yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jennb View Post
    No but I want one! Haven't found one I can afford...yet.
    Glenn stole that one.
    NEVER let a sewing machine know you are in a hurry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glenn View Post
    Any one familiar with a Jones Family CS and what needles are required and where to get them. I have a nice one with the original HC on it.
    Skip
    Dang it Skip! You keep getting MY machines!!

    Depending on it's age, the older machines take a round shank needle, 128x1, 16x1, 16x231, or serger needles BDx1 (pasted from Needlebar)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlee View Post
    Dang it Skip! You keep getting MY machines!!

    Depending on it's age, the older machines take a round shank needle, 128x1, 16x1, 16x231, or serger needles BDx1 (pasted from Needlebar)


    Thanks Charlee, Where do I get 128x1, Yes the needle in it is a round shank. I will post pics of my new machines in a few days.

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    Obsolete as far as I know Skip...I'm not sure what the Boye equivalent is...let me see if I can find it...
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    Uh....there is no Boye equal to the 128x1.... You might TRY a Boye 10... Man! Wish I was more up on measurements and what not...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Glenn View Post
    Thanks Charlee, Where do I get 128x1, Yes the needle in it is a round shank. I will post pics of my new machines in a few days.

    Skip
    Ebay...http://www.ebay.com/itm/100-sewing-n...item3cb35dc646 He also has packages of 50 & 10. And it looks like he has all sizes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by path49 View Post
    Ebay...http://www.ebay.com/itm/100-sewing-n...item3cb35dc646 He also has packages of 50 & 10. And it looks like he has all sizes.
    thanks so much

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    Glad I could help! Pat

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glenn View Post
    Any one familiar with a Jones Family CS and what needles are required and where to get them. I have a nice one with the original HC on it.
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    Skip, when are you going to post a photo of the Jones machine? I can't wait to see it. My daughter's married name in Jones - so I have always conveted a Jones HC!

    Nancy

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    Jones Family CS HC

    Got this on for $30.00 in an antique store in during the Indy trip to see Miriam and Phil
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    Pick up this little girl in Indy also

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    Both look a lot better! How's your knee?
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    Wow, the decals on that Jones machine are beauties.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Candace View Post
    Wow, the decals on that Jones machine are beauties.
    That New Home's decals ain't no slouch either.
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    Quote Originally Posted by miriam View Post
    Both look a lot better! How's your knee?
    I am still working on them and the two spool. Lots more cleaning to do but they are looking much better. I think my knee is about to heel but still hurts. Growing old in not for wimps that is for sure.
    Glenn W. Cleveland

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glenn View Post
    Got this on for $30.00 in an antique store in during the Indy trip to see Miriam and Phil
    Wow Skip you are really expanding your collection - and I might add with some really nice machines! The last 3 machines you've picked up are all amazing and in really great shape. I have never seen a Jones that was not very ornate! Thank you for sharing. Geeze, does Indiana have all the nice machines? I might have to come over and visit Miriam too!

    Talking about Miriam, I should be receiving my new two-tone 301 tomorrow or the next day! I am excited as I am in a sit and sew all day tomorrow, a strip club Wednesday evening, and a marathon table runner class all day Thursday! I should be able to get to know my new machine in one of those classes! It is going to be so much fun!

    Nancy

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoJangles View Post
    Wow Skip you are really expanding your collection - and I might add with some really nice machines! The last 3 machines you've picked up are all amazing and in really great shape. I have never seen a Jones that was not very ornate! Thank you for sharing. Geeze, does Indiana have all the nice machines? I might have to come over and visit Miriam too!

    Talking about Miriam, I should be receiving my new two-tone 301 tomorrow or the next day! I am excited as I am in a sit and sew all day tomorrow, a strip club Wednesday evening, and a marathon table runner class all day Thursday! I should be able to get to know my new machine in one of those classes! It is going to be so much fun!

    Nancy
    I hope it arrives intact Nancy. I can't possibly buy all the cool machines I find around here.
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    I found about a hundred more sewing machines - I can't buy them all... Good high end machines - sad....
    NEVER let a sewing machine know you are in a hurry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by miriam View Post
    I found about a hundred more sewing machines - I can't buy them all... Good high end machines - sad....
    Do you have a list of the machines? I'm (we're) just curious. Sorta kinda.

    Joe

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoJangles View Post
    Wow Skip you are really expanding your collection - and I might add with some really nice machines! The last 3 machines you've picked up are all amazing and in really great shape. I have never seen a Jones that was not very ornate! Thank you for sharing. Geeze, does Indiana have all the nice machines? I might have to come over and visit Miriam too!

    Talking about Miriam, I should be receiving my new two-tone 301 tomorrow or the next day! I am excited as I am in a sit and sew all day tomorrow, a strip club Wednesday evening, and a marathon table runner class all day Thursday! I should be able to get to know my new machine in one of those classes! It is going to be so much fun!

    Nancy
    Thanks Nancy, Pat is just about ready to cut me off these machines but she did say I could have a chain stitch if I found one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by J Miller View Post
    Do you have a list of the machines? I'm (we're) just curious. Sorta kinda.

    Joe
    No the guy was suppose to send some pics but he didn't - I've just seen a lot of ads.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Glenn View Post
    Thanks Nancy, Pat is just about ready to cut me off these machines but she did say I could have a chain stitch if I found one.
    Oh she did now did she???
    NEVER let a sewing machine know you are in a hurry.

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    Glenn,
    Your new machines are pretty!
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