Glass Sewing Machine Christmas Ornament
Personalized Christmas Ornament
Dimensions: 3 1/2" x 3"
Material: Glass - Old World Christmas
The invention of the sewing machine was monumental because for centuries, all clothing was made laboriously by using a needle and thread. Designed in 1790 originally to sew tough materials like leather and canvas, but not patented until 1846, the sewing machine promised relief from countless hours of hand labor and was named the "Queen of Inventions" in 1860 for its beginnings of factory work with countless yards of fabric quickly being turned into clothes. A personalized sewing machine ornament is great for a seamstress who sews for a hobby.
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12/12/2016 - "I enjoyed purchasing these great personalized gifts at good prices. Roberta C."
1/8/2017 - "The ornament was perfect and came before it was scheduled to be here. I will be buying again. Anonymous Respondent"
12/30/2016 - "I had seen a baby ornament with pink shoes several weeks before I ordered, but they did not have it when I got around to order. I was disappointed, however, the ornament I then chose was very nice, too. Dianne W."
8/24/2016 - "I always wait for their Christmas in July sale and have never been disappointed. Mary Jo H."
11/27/2016 - "You're adding more ornaments every year which is good. Would like to see more such as first glasses, softball for young boys, more little girl ones, more traditional family ones. Lisa S."
11/30/2016 - "You're my "Go TO" for Christmas ornaments every year for the grandkids. Harriet A."
10/24/2016 - "I order ornaments every year for last 10+ years. Brenda V."
11/23/2016 - "I have ordered ornaments for my granddaughter every year since she was born and have never been disappointed with Ornament Shop. Carol H."
12/10/2016 - "Have been shopping there for years! Only place to order ornaments, it's the best! Jill K."
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