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What a great idea Martha, in the past I have done one with a house as a 'New Home' and several with bunting flags as thank you cards. On some earlier Christmas ones I sewed a button at the top of the tree, but that wasn't really practical when making 30, most of which were going through the mail.
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Reviews / Re: Craftsy classes sale $19.99
« Last post by Qshift on Today at 05:31:02 AM »
OoO man........that's going to hurt the credit card.  I just bought several with the Thanksgiving sale, watched them and want more again!
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Yes, you are being too sensitive.  If you don't like what someone says in their email ...just hit the delete button and let it go.
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Sewing Machines / Re: Mechanical machine with nice buttonholes?
« Last post by Jenny on Today at 04:44:13 AM »
Oh I didn't see your update (phone call interruption) I will google that. I may already own one for an old singer I never use. Maybe it's time to try it out. I think the attachment is in a green box somewhere. Will look tomorrow. Thank you!!
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Sewing Machines / Re: Mechanical machine with nice buttonholes?
« Last post by Jenny on Today at 04:41:15 AM »
Joan, I'm intrigued but didn't get an image from the link. Is that an attachment?
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Sewing Machines / Re: Mechanical machine with nice buttonholes?
« Last post by joan71 on Today at 04:27:52 AM »
I like the buttonholes created by my 1960's very basic Singer Machine used with the Green Rocketeer .
https://images.search.yahoo.com/images/view;_ylt=AwrTcd6I.ZRU614ALHEPxQt.;_ylu=X3oDMTBsOXB2YTRjBHNlYwNzYwRjb2xvA2dxMQR2dGlkAw--?p

Well, that link didn't work....just search for Vintage Singer buttonholer.
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Sewing Machines / Mechanical machine with nice buttonholes?
« Last post by Jenny on Today at 04:12:39 AM »
My Kenmore machine's buttonholes are okay, but I may be ready for a new mechanical machine soon and would love to find a machine that produces an above average buttonhole. Any suggestions welcome. I'm specifying mechanical, because I don't want to spend over $500. Thanks for your thoughts.
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Very good article Karen, and very true.   
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ahh Susan. Yes, he does laundry, very well indeed. And even goes to the laundromats when we travel. Like you, we tend to rent apartments for 5 to 7 days, and do laundry while there. Laundromats tend to have dryers, although apartments rarely do in my experience.

At home, though, I do laundry in exchange for him cooking, going to the grocery store, and doing the dishes and keeping the kitchen clean. I don't mind doing laundry under these circumstances! (And I know I am really lucky!)

Luz Clara
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Reviews / Re: Craftsy classes sale $19.99
« Last post by LynnH on Today at 03:14:26 AM »
Thank you - I just picked up the bra sewing class.
Lynn
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