Walking Foot To Give Away "long".

Walking Foot To Give Away "long".

Post by Dixi » Sun, 25 Apr 2004 06:03:23



Hi you all.
         Last year I bought a walking foot for my Kenmore Elite and took
sick before trying it. So a long time after being well enough I tried
the walking foot and to my horror it didn't fit, I know I had the right
catalogue number, but I misplaced the proof of purchase and can't send
it back. So instead of keeping it and not use it I thought of giving it
away to someone who could.
The article number is:  
20 97700 US
20 96730 CAN
There is another number at the bottom of the box which is:
(214872011)
           Why you may ask am I giving it to someone on this ng instead
of a local quilter?
It's very simple, it's because I've known all of you for a long time and
the most important is I learned more here than any classes or books
could teach me about quilting and enjoy your kindness toward each other,
your knowledge, your (savoir faire) (I'm a French speaking Canadian and
I run out of English words sometimes) especially you are not prejudice
toward anyone and  don't judge anyone. I like to pray, cry, laugh and
"sympatise" (is this English or French?) with you all. I don't post
often because I'm not good on the keyboard this has taken me a long time
to do with one finger.
          To contact me,--maribord at webtv dot net-- if you need more
information. Hope to hear from you soon.
Dixie.

When I give to you something I made with my hands I share my heart.  

 
 
 

Walking Foot To Give Away "long".

Post by Diana Curti » Sun, 25 Apr 2004 06:28:41


For all the kind thoughts in your letter, merci, merci!
Diana


Quote:
> Hi you all.
>          Last year I bought a walking foot for my Kenmore Elite and took
> sick before trying it. So a long time after being well enough I tried
> the walking foot and to my horror it didn't fit, I know I had the right
> catalogue number, but I misplaced the proof of purchase and can't send
> it back. So instead of keeping it and not use it I thought of giving it
> away to someone who could.
> The article number is:
> 20 97700 US
> 20 96730 CAN
> There is another number at the bottom of the box which is:
> (214872011)
>            Why you may ask am I giving it to someone on this ng instead
> of a local quilter?
> It's very simple, it's because I've known all of you for a long time and
> the most important is I learned more here than any classes or books
> could teach me about quilting and enjoy your kindness toward each other,
> your knowledge, your (savoir faire) (I'm a French speaking Canadian and
> I run out of English words sometimes) especially you are not prejudice
> toward anyone and  don't judge anyone. I like to pray, cry, laugh and
> "sympatise" (is this English or French?) with you all. I don't post
> often because I'm not good on the keyboard this has taken me a long time
> to do with one finger.
>           To contact me,--maribord at webtv dot net-- if you need more
> information. Hope to hear from you soon.
> Dixie.

> When I give to you something I made with my hands I share my heart.


 
 
 

Walking Foot To Give Away "long".

Post by Johanna Gibso » Sun, 25 Apr 2004 08:09:13


Quote:

>Hi you all.
>         Last year I bought a walking foot for my Kenmore Elite and took
>sick before trying it. So a long time after being well enough I tried
>the walking foot and to my horror it didn't fit, I know I had the right
>catalogue number, but I misplaced the proof of purchase and can't send
>it back. So instead of keeping it and not use it I thought of giving it
>away to someone who could.
>The article number is:  
>20 97700 US
>20 96730 CAN
>There is another number at the bottom of the box which is:
>(214872011)
>           Why you may ask am I giving it to someone on this ng instead
>of a local quilter?
>It's very simple, it's because I've known all of you for a long time and
>the most important is I learned more here than any classes or books
>could teach me about quilting and enjoy your kindness toward each other,
>your knowledge, your (savoir faire) (I'm a French speaking Canadian and
>I run out of English words sometimes) especially you are not prejudice
>toward anyone and  don't judge anyone. I like to pray, cry, laugh and
>"sympatise" (is this English or French?) with you all. I don't post
>often because I'm not good on the keyboard this has taken me a long time
>to do with one finger.
>          To contact me,--maribord at webtv dot net-- if you need more
>information. Hope to hear from you soon.
>Dixie.

>When I give to you something I made with my hands I share my heart.  

        I don't need the foot, but I was thinking along similar lines the
other day.  I have received so much help, and made so many friends
here.  I love reading about all the different parts of the world
people come from, and I really enjoy checking in with you all when I
get a moment in my busy schedule.  It is comforting to know that, even
when I am in Siberia this coming year and up to my eyeballs in work,
that I can check into the newsgroup when I can get on the internet and
see how you all are doing.
        Thank you for all your kindness and help.  Be good to each other.

Yours,

-- Jo in Scotland

 
 
 

Walking Foot To Give Away "long".

Post by Sharon Harpe » Sun, 25 Apr 2004 11:10:49


Et moi tu!!!!  Oui Oui!!!  Je t'aime tu et al!!!  I know my French sucks
badly but I love you all too and Dixie, your post was beautiful - know that
you are an integral part of us so stick around please!!!

--
Sharon From Melbourne Australia (Queen of Down Under)
http://www.geocities.com/shazrules/craft.html


Quote:
> For all the kind thoughts in your letter, merci, merci!
> Diana



> > Hi you all.
> >          Last year I bought a walking foot for my Kenmore Elite and took
> > sick before trying it. So a long time after being well enough I tried
> > the walking foot and to my horror it didn't fit, I know I had the right
> > catalogue number, but I misplaced the proof of purchase and can't send
> > it back. So instead of keeping it and not use it I thought of giving it
> > away to someone who could.
> > The article number is:
> > 20 97700 US
> > 20 96730 CAN
> > There is another number at the bottom of the box which is:
> > (214872011)
> >            Why you may ask am I giving it to someone on this ng instead
> > of a local quilter?
> > It's very simple, it's because I've known all of you for a long time and
> > the most important is I learned more here than any classes or books
> > could teach me about quilting and enjoy your kindness toward each other,
> > your knowledge, your (savoir faire) (I'm a French speaking Canadian and
> > I run out of English words sometimes) especially you are not prejudice
> > toward anyone and  don't judge anyone. I like to pray, cry, laugh and
> > "sympatise" (is this English or French?) with you all. I don't post
> > often because I'm not good on the keyboard this has taken me a long time
> > to do with one finger.
> >           To contact me,--maribord at webtv dot net-- if you need more
> > information. Hope to hear from you soon.
> > Dixie.

> > When I give to you something I made with my hands I share my heart.

 
 
 

Walking Foot To Give Away "long".

Post by surfingsylvi » Sun, 25 Apr 2004 23:41:59


Hi Dixie,
Hope you are well now and have found the right foot for you Kenmore Elite.
I too agree with you about what a wonderful group this is.
Sylvia from Ontario, Canada


Quote:
> Hi you all.
>          Last year I bought a walking foot for my Kenmore Elite and took
> sick before trying it. So a long time after being well enough I tried
> the walking foot and to my horror it didn't fit, I know I had the right
> catalogue number, but I misplaced the proof of purchase and can't send
> it back. So instead of keeping it and not use it I thought of giving it
> away to someone who could.
> The article number is:
> 20 97700 US
> 20 96730 CAN
> There is another number at the bottom of the box which is:
> (214872011)
>            Why you may ask am I giving it to someone on this ng instead
> of a local quilter?
> It's very simple, it's because I've known all of you for a long time and
> the most important is I learned more here than any classes or books
> could teach me about quilting and enjoy your kindness toward each other,
> your knowledge, your (savoir faire) (I'm a French speaking Canadian and
> I run out of English words sometimes) especially you are not prejudice
> toward anyone and  don't judge anyone. I like to pray, cry, laugh and
> "sympatise" (is this English or French?) with you all. I don't post
> often because I'm not good on the keyboard this has taken me a long time
> to do with one finger.
>           To contact me,--maribord at webtv dot net-- if you need more
> information. Hope to hear from you soon.
> Dixie.

> When I give to you something I made with my hands I share my heart.