LOL It really didn't. I tell her all the time i am too much like her, oh coarse she denies it.
Leslie, what a score! Your "new" machine is beautiful!
For information on the history and maintenance of antique machines, I recommend Quilting Board's forums for Vintage Machine Enthusiasts.
On the banks of the Mississippi River in north central Minnesota (Brainerd lakes area)
What am I up to today? Well apparently I'm raising a monkey!
Leslie :Here is what i recieved from DxH for Christmas, I have never heard of this machine the only info i can find is it is a #5 series from 1897, it works great just need to clean it some and oil it
Beautiful machine Leslie.
Jacy:What am I up to today? Well apparently I'm raising a monkey!
LOL Jacy. That's one cute monkey.
Nancy, thanks for the info.
Thank you Kris
Jacy, your little monkey, is pretty darn cute
Leslie the cabinet is gorgeous. Sorry I don't know anything about this machine either, but it sure will look great in my house if you have no room... I promise I'll take good care of it...lol
Angèle from NWO
Jacy, I raised some of those too! Your monkey is quite a cutie.
Angele, lol i have room, thanks
Well Jacy, what can I say? Where there is a will, there is a way. --especially if it is to reach the goodies that are put up high. LOL Ginny
JAcy, what a darling child!! Do you live in a Zoo?
so what's hidden on the top shelf, that the little monkey wants so bad?
gini in north idaho
couldn't get much cuter. To whom does he owe his determination Jacy?
That is a really cute monkey you have there.
Yep, that's a cute monkey alright! Do I see chocolate chips on a lower shelf there? Sigh...I would have settled for those!
Reminds me of one of mine who climbed up the kitchen stove to get to the cupboard over the refrigerator (where I had hidden some treats)...LOL! (At least the stove was not on at the time.)