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Wow nice shot! Upon seeing the picture I can feel an antique and classic feeling. I also remember our neighbor’s old sewing machine that we used to play with when we were kids.
What an old-looking sewing machine. I wonder where you shoot your subjects.
Good title pun intended ha ha. I do not know how to sew but it is a tedious art. I imagine this takes hours if not days to complete.
Clever title. I love how you bring livelihood to inanimate objects! Your appreciation for them is contagious.
I know how to sew but it always a tiresome activities to me maybe because I use the manual sewing machine. This here is really an old sewing machine.
My mom has an old sewing machine. She would teach me how to sew couple of times during weekends.
This brings back old memories…this type of sewing machine was really the in thing back then..Now,we have new inventions that makes sewing better and easier …great shot
My late grandmother used to have a sewing machine like that. She was a really talented seamstress and made cute and fashionable dresses for my small army of Barbie dolls. I also love the wallpaper design in that shot as well, looks like it was done in cross stitches somewhat. Clever use of a title you have here haha.
Wow, that is a very old sewing machine. My grandmother also had that before.
Sewing is one of my favorites hobbies. This rusty sewing machine must had sewn loads of clothing many years ago.
My granddad old sewing machine. I used to his to mend my clothes then. It so rusty now
These old sewing machines were very durable. My dad had one when we were old, and up to to day its still there and in good shape.
Only God knows how old this machine has been in existence. But from the look of its condition, it must be a few decades old.
Where did you even find this sewing machine? Its very hard to come by such model, because it belongs to the old generation.
Love the photo! I remember that my grandmother used to have a suing machine like this. I just love retro things. It feels homey to me.
This is history! But I wonder how they operate this machine. Does it run on electricity?
It reminds me of my childhood. My mother used to fix our clothes and sew them.
I like the play on words on the title. It’s very befitting.
It’s one of those vintage sewing machines. I can’t remember the last time I saw this.
The photo looks really good from the lighting to the angles. Everything about the photo is perfect.
This sewing machine reminds me of my mom. She was an avid sewer and sew many sweaters for me.
It’s interesting that this sewing machine used electricity given how old it is. Most of the older ones were all mechanical.
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