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My sewing machine died today

Sunday, March 17, 2013

I'm sure my sewing machine is DEAD. It was acting up several months ago, hesitating to go, and the repair guy said he thought the motor was going out. Thank God it didn't die when I was doing all my Christmas projects. It was used when I bought it, over 35 years ago. It has been with me through thick and thin, (and thick and thin again!). Anyway, this machine was a dream! It had the best tension, never gave me problems, etc. And I sew A LOT!!! I do have another machine from on my quilting frame, but I only used it there, so I brought it up and now I'm learning to use it. I am so sad, you'd think my best friend died. Oh wait! It did!!!!! emoticon
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  • v WILSON425
    LOL! I had an old Singer Treddle for years. I made several quilts on it and every time I used it I got chapped lips. My tongue would keep time with my feet pumping! emoticon I sadly lost it in a house fire.
    1256 days ago
  • v DJ4HEALTH
    My serger froze and I need to get that either fixed or replaced. Had mine only 15 years. Not as long as your machine but I do have one that is a Phaff that I had since about 82 or 83
    1256 days ago
  • v BARBANNA
    Sorry for your loss! I hope you can continue on with another machine! Happy St Patty's Day!
    1256 days ago
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