"I appreciate thoughtful comments and suggestions more than either "wow" or "this sucks"... which are equally unhelpful. I'm in a FB group where everyone feels required to "love" everything and it is a bit…"
"Hey Robin! It's going. I joined a treadle machine group and the collective wisdom there thinks the machine actually dates to 1893 given the serial number which makes it one of the earlier years of this model. I didn't…"
I came across half a box of old size 8 envelopes that had been taking up space in my stationary supplies and decided to do a tea-stain and decoupage technique. They came out quite pretty. After this stage I just finished them off with a very small…
"I don't see anywhere to edit comments. I was wanting to clarify regarding Carolyn's comment/question that as far as I know "knee bar" refers to the knee control on electric machines. My "main machine"…"
"Thanks Ruth. Your fabric art is part of my itch to use a machine more in my art work and these old machines are actually better for leather, paper, canvas, etc.
It's a treadle machine, Carolyn, no motor. I have had to relearn the…"
"It was suggested that I post my new/old sewing machine to the Art Space group. It does indeed now sit in my art space rather than in the bedroom as pictured here but taking a picture of the machine is only possible with my back to my art table…"
I just bought and brought back to running condition this 1901-1905 vintage No. 27 Singer Treadle machine with the Sphinx decals in fair shape and look forward to using it in mixed media and fabric art creations.…
Hi Linda! I had mailed an iHanner post card to you a while back, and it came back because I forgot to use the international stamp! ugh! I'm putting it in an envelope, and sending it off today. Hope you are well!
LOL! I love your postcard about the Uranium Jewelry! So fun! That's one of the reasons I love vintage. It's so weird. Anyway, mail will be with you soon. I'm back-logged due to starting work. Hugs Bonnie
Hi Linda Rogers! I love the postcard from Canada with a Canadian aple leaf plus the made in Canada sign. The art side is FANTASTIC! What a great collage. And, yes, it is a small world and it seems to get smaller every day. Thanks so much for the mail. Have a great week! Hugs, Pam McVay
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