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17.02.2020 22:58
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18.02.2020 03:13
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Awesome, that is a classic brand of sewing machine. We also have that kind when i was a kid. We have four of that.

17.02.2020 23:12
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Great machines they are and real beauties. You collect them or work(ed) with it?
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18.02.2020 03:12
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My mother owns it, and a means of our livelihood when i was small.

18.02.2020 04:45
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Nice vintage shop !shop

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18.02.2020 02:10
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18.02.2020 03:13
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18.02.2020 02:10
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I am bored what now?

18.02.2020 03:09
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My dear you made me laugh on this post. I don't think my theme this week will make me smile. Your sewing machine looks like ours in the Philippines. The creepy dolls and the clock of that style is a proof of the old model. Wahahaha.. Good luck and thank you for sharing your vintage stuff! Congratulations for the huge curation on this post.

18.02.2020 05:55
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Good to hear you laugh!
You have to admit that doll is creepy. It reminds me of a book where one sister takes out the eyes of the doll of the other sister...

I think these sewing machines can be found all over the world. It is quality not the cheap plastic they make now.

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18.02.2020 12:19
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Que sorpresa! mi mamรก tuvo esa mรกquina de coser, la heredรณ una cuรฑada. Tambiรฉn esas muรฑecas, y los muebles y otras cosas. jajaja saludos @wakeupkitty.

18.02.2020 11:28
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De Verdad? Eso es gracioso. Te sentirรกs como en casa conmigo. Abrazo ๐Ÿ’•

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18.02.2020 12:15
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Si, jajaja. Tuve ese mismo despertador cuando trabajรฉ como enfermera. Te faltรณ colocar la lampara de kerosen, quizรกs es la misma que tuve yo.

18.02.2020 12:38
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Love all the vintage items - even the creepy doll - and especially the treadle sewing machine. I have one but can't figure out how to thread the shuttle. Must revisit @fitinfun's book "Obesity Excuses," the chapter on how we mustn't sell ourselves short, give up, and fail to master new tech. This is OLD tech - all the more reason for me to master it!

Thank you for the trip to the past and all the inspiration!

18.02.2020 15:42
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The old is quality and it's such a pity to waste it not use and enjoy it.
What issue you have with your machine?

The bus-kid studied the creepy doll and was surprised they made such little eyes open and close. The doll-doctor is no longer needed either. We live in the throwaway age.. People do no longer have the skills to repair what is broke or the broken part is more expensive as buying new.

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19.02.2020 10:15
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The broken part is more expensive than buying new--and our landfills are clogged with broken electronics and appliances, coats with broken zippers (my pet peeve), so many things that could have been built to last, but cheaper parts are used to save a few pennies - AND to keep consumers buying, buying, buying new. Ooh. I gotta stop thinking about this one. Minimalist movments and Tiny House fads might help curb our consumerism and throw-away mentality.

19.02.2020 14:40
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I really hope minimalism and reusing will help. I think the cheap stuff is mainly made to make us keep buying. What a waste ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ’•

19.02.2020 21:20
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