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Re: [LR_Cos] Re: Bit OT: Sewing Machines

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  • Judy Mitchell
    ... caveat: not all Singer machines are equal. The old one, with the metal parts has a great reputation, the newer ones that are nearly all plastic is an
    Message 1 of 3 , Nov 23, 2006
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      oxanna790 wrote:
      > I would definitely drop in on your local thrift shops every week or
      > so. I've definitely seen sewing machines in mine before. (Didn't need
      > them so I didn't buy them, but I wanted to!) You would want to check
      > it thoroughly first and plug it in and test like mad, of course, but it
      > could be an option. I have an old (30-40 years??) all-metal machine
      > that does zizag and several other different stitches. It was passed on
      > to me, but I can see finding that at a thrift shop for under $50,
      > provided the thrift shop didn't know the right price. :D
      >

      caveat:
      not all Singer machines are equal. The old one, with the metal parts
      has a great reputation, the newer ones that are nearly all plastic is an
      entirely diffrent beast.

      -Judy
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