Full Circle


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37 years ago, my parents bought my grandmother a sewing machine.  She wanted to take a class and had no machine.  37 years later, she decided that it was time to pass it on, so she gave it to me.  She mailed me the manual which I received today and the machine is waiting halfway between her city and mine for me to pick it up.  I hope Gertrude won't be jealous!


Happy Crafting,

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  1. How exciting! My mom still uses an old Singer. It is amazing how those older machines keep running. Love the vintage manual! ~Val

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  2. How awesome to get something from your Grandmother such as this. How sweet of her to think of you. :)

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  3. OMG! That looks like the manual that came with my machine when my transit gave hers to me! I'll have to dig it out and compare. Small world, huh?

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  4. so cool, I love old sewing machines! treasure it because the more modern ones, while having all sorts of bells and whistles, aren't as hardy. I have a thing for sewing machines and resist collecting them because that could obviously be a problem, tehehe!

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  5. That's so exciting! I love that your parents bought it for your grandmother. How did she get on with it? I'm going to try and get my family's sewing machine fixed so I can start to learn. It'll be inspiring to see how you get on with it.

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