lunes, febrero 15, 2010

something industrial at home...

estas son algunas imágenes de una tienda a la que fuí el pasado sábado... ellos no venden máquinas de coser, ellos sólo venden los accesorios pero puedes ver que tienen una hermosa colección de máquinas antiguas... these are some pictures of a shop that I went on last saturday... they don't sell sewing machines, they only sell the accessories but you can see they have a beautiful collection of old machines...


y esta hermosura es mi nueva adquisición...hace unas semanas mi mamá me dijo de alguien que estaba vendiéndola... fui a verla y ahora es mía... ya está aquí, en su nueva casa, esperando por mí... y siendo honesta, no puedo ocultar sentirme un poco intimidada con ella! and this beauty is my new purchase ... few weeks ago my mom told me that someone was selling it... I went to see her and now it's mine ... It's here, at it's new home, waiting for me... and being honest, I can't hide that I'm feeling a little intimidated by her!

feliz lunes! happy monday!

9 comentarios:

  1. Wow, what a collection of spare parts for such old sewings machines. Your b/w photos are great. I remember my mum having a very old singer that I used to practice on. Planning on getting myself a sewing machine this year to try and make a few little things for home. How old is your 'new' machine?

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  2. awesome! this babe is going to help you more! my aunt has an industrial sewing machine as well. i have used it once before, it goes really fast! i can't wait to hear how you like it.. have a great monday, my friend~

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  3. What a wonderful post! Loved seeing the old machine (thanks) and the black and white is perfect. I recently commented at a blog on a sewing machine this person used as it seemed to do everything and believe it or not, you now have that brand too! I did not not know it was industrial but I think you are going to love it. Don't be intimidated, you are the boss! :D

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  4. ooh! I've heard great things about Juki machines...have fun with your new sewing machine!

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  5. Me encantaron las fotos.

    Yo también tengo una maquina viejita (era de una tía abuela de mi esposo) me la regalo la hermana de su mama al saber que me encanta coser. La verdad que tambien no la he usado, por falta de espacio, y como tiene tan lindo estuche (estilo comoda) pues es asi presisamente como la estoy usando, como mesa. jijiji. Creo que es tiempo de usarla. gracias por recordarme.
    saludos.

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  6. Oh, lovely machine! Don't feel intimidated, you'll have so much fun with it! Once you see how it works the only thing it'll ever need will be lots and lots of oil :)) Can't wait to hear when you try it out!

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  7. what a lovely shop. and your new machine looks like a beast! can´t wait to see all your creations. besos!

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  8. A shop like a museum !!! I like old sewing machines... They make me think to my grand mother...

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  9. Whauw great to see all those old mashines!
    Have fun with your new one!

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