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Nice job! And that is one sweet little machine!!

John

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SWEET!!!!!!

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My Mother will want one now.

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44 minutes ago, Woodbutcherbynight said:

My Mother will want one now.

so get/give/make her one...

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4 minutes ago, Woodbutcherbynight said:

I learned to never ask questions concerning............

that's true for a passel of things.....

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3 minutes ago, Stick486 said:

that's true for a passel of things.....

Mostly it is survival, trying to avoid moments like this:

 

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4 hours ago, HARO50 said:

Nice job! And that is one sweet little machine!!

John

+1 to John's comment.

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Nice work Keith.  Can you take a pic of the inside of the box?  I would like to see the angle supports that you mentioned.  My wife just picked up a little machine like this for our daughter, very cool.

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Beautiful job, Keith.

 

That is a really neat sewing machine. Now I would like to have something like that around for those quick jobs that occasionally crop up. My mother had a 1952 vintage sewing machine that she gave to a friend. It was a monster sitting on top of an old 40's vintage typewriter stand. It took up half of a closet.

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6 hours ago, Michael Thuman said:

Keith what was the finish receipe on the white oak?

Wipe on stain

Shellac

Glaze (Guardsman Warm Brown -- no longer made :() highlights the grain

more Shellac

 

 

Inside is shellac only (no color).  It works great inside because it has no lingering odor.

 

 

Edited by kmealy

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