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Old 06-21-2005, 09:43 AM   #11
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oh yeah, I decided i was going to do the stitch n bitch one but do it my way......i found a post at craftster where I got some great ideas :XX:
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Old 06-21-2005, 09:47 AM   #12
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too bad I don't live closer to you looking for one :( I have a very nice one that I am going to sell. It is old (70's I think) but top of the line for the times so it still works very well.
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Old 06-22-2005, 04:34 PM   #13
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Originally Posted by kitkat
Sewing machines I know! There is a fabulous one at Sears, that many of us quilter types bought to take to classes and the like...we called it "baby blue" and many people bought it on ebay, but alot of people bought it at Sears. I bought one on ebay for myself, and one at Sears for Mom. You can find maybe for 50 on ebay, and its 79 at sears......It is a full featured machine, and while it probably won't do to sew upholstery, it is perfect, and I love it! I bought a cheapie cooler to put it in too....

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http://www.sears.com/sr/javasr/produ...ewing+Machines
THANKS! This looks fantastic, just what I need, too. muah muah muah!
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Originally Posted by Nuno930
too bad I don't live closer to you looking for one :( I have a very nice one that I am going to sell. It is old (70's I think) but top of the line for the times so it still works very well.
What a shame!
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Old 06-22-2005, 08:29 PM   #15
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There's a knitted pattern of a "Knitting needle roll" on the Free Patterns page under Misc.

Once there it's on the bottom right hand corner.

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If you're looking for a cheap sewing machine, try your local sewing machine store, if you're lucky enough to have one!

I walked into mine, gazed at all the gleaming new complex machines and said, "Um, I'd like a machine that sews forward and backward. Zig-zag would be nice too." They went into the back room and brought out a great reconditioned 1960's Singer that did all of the above and more -- for $50. I've had two minor issues with it and they fixed both for free (even though one was, um, user error ) because they were the ones who reconditioned it. It's a fabulous machine! :D
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