Wow Dave that's really sharp man :thumbs_up - give them elves a extra ration of food.
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Nice work (as usual) Dave. My ex and my two daughters are all heavily into needle trades so I think I am qualified to say............Mrs. O'Nan DEFINITELY has SGD , a SERGER !!!!! :swoon: not exactly a machine commonly found in the arsenal of a "weekend needle warrior" :gar-La; I hope she passes her skills onto your daughter as my daughters are thankful that their Mom did. In case you did not know, using Wiss Pinking Shears to cut out deckle edged sandpaper discs is NOT acceptable behavior to the sewing ladies :nah: DAMHIKT :realmad:OK here it is with the top and finish applied and moved up into the living room -
And for y'all who appreciate all machinery...even the sewin' kind, here it is all junked up with the LOML sewing machines.
A Kenmore basic sewin' machine...all I could afford when we were dating. A Janome Memorycraft 9000 computerized embroidery machine from her Grandmother. A Imagine serger, and not shown, under the table is her ol' iron, a Singer ZigZag. She says it's so heavy that it sews the straightest.
Hmmm, sewing ain't too much unlike woodworking. A lot of expensive machines to do pretty much the same thing...cut wood or stitch fabric. No wonder I lover her. She has SGD (sewing girl disease).
Thanks for lookin' & respectfully submitted,