Friday, September 16, 2011

Up cycled 50's sewing machine part now a pin cushion bobbin holder.

My husband Pete took this wheel pulley from a 1950's pink Atlas sewing machine and found that it held my Singer featherweight bobbins very well along with a nice opening in the middle where he inserted a pincushion that he made. The Atlas machine no longer work so he decided to completely dismantle it end up-cycle the parts into different things to use. Once he took an old Nicchi sewing machine and made a flower planter out of it. From what I hear from old friends it is still sitting in part of the flower bed on the front of our old house we used to own in Forsyth, Montana before we moved to Oklahoma four years ago. 








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