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Old May 23rd 04, 07:57 AM
Terbear
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Default I gotta learn!!!

My girlfriend & I went to an estate sale before we headed off to the "more
then fabric sale" at Hobby city today. While at the estate sale we asked if
they had an sewing items. The gal brought out a box full of singer feet....I
asked if the machine was for sale & she said no....and left the feet. I did
not think anything of it....their prices were dirt cheap & I could have sent
a nice thunkie to someone that might have had an old singer....but I was
just not thinking. Bummer!
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Old May 23rd 04, 10:20 AM
Kate Dicey
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Terbear wrote:

My girlfriend & I went to an estate sale before we headed off to the "more
then fabric sale" at Hobby city today. While at the estate sale we asked if
they had an sewing items. The gal brought out a box full of singer feet....I
asked if the machine was for sale & she said no....and left the feet. I did
not think anything of it....their prices were dirt cheap & I could have sent
a nice thunkie to someone that might have had an old singer....but I was
just not thinking. Bummer!


You'll know better next time! ;P

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Old May 23rd 04, 05:08 PM
Ann
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Was the sewing machine that wasn't for sale a Singer ?
If so, they weren't keeping the feet and sewing machine together?

Ann
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My girlfriend & I went to an estate sale before we headed off to the "more
then fabric sale" at Hobby city today. While at the estate sale we asked

if
they had an sewing items. The gal brought out a box full of singer

feet....I
asked if the machine was for sale & she said no....and left the feet. I

did
not think anything of it....their prices were dirt cheap & I could have

sent
a nice thunkie to someone that might have had an old singer....but I was
just not thinking. Bummer!
--
Teri
http://gallery.ppwp.com/gallery/Tquilts?&page=1




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Old May 23rd 04, 05:16 PM
Terbear
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Nope, it was for a singer, I told the girl she needs to keep the feet with
the machine, but she set them down instead.

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Teri
http://gallery.ppwp.com/gallery/Tquilts?&page=1
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Was the sewing machine that wasn't for sale a Singer ?
If so, they weren't keeping the feet and sewing machine together?

Ann
http://community.webshots.com/user/mrs_ducky

"Terbear" wrote in message
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My girlfriend & I went to an estate sale before we headed off to the

"more
then fabric sale" at Hobby city today. While at the estate sale we asked

if
they had an sewing items. The gal brought out a box full of singer

feet....I
asked if the machine was for sale & she said no....and left the feet. I

did
not think anything of it....their prices were dirt cheap & I could have

sent
a nice thunkie to someone that might have had an old singer....but I was
just not thinking. Bummer!
--
Teri
http://gallery.ppwp.com/gallery/Tquilts?&page=1






 




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