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August 14, 2014


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I love old sewing machines. They are built to last!

Kristy L.

Lucky! I've been looking for one and haven't seen one for a quite a while at any of our thrift stores. I'll keep my eyes peeled. Those old machines are the best! Definitely work horses.


Wow! You did good Susan! It's very pretty and yes they made them well back then. No plastic! I just bought a Singer feather weight in excellent shape, 1948 model. I love it, it makes a beautiful stitch. Heck, I only have 10 machines. 😃 I know Susan, that's another collection, oh my.


10 machines? Oh, my! Elsie, you're a riot! :-)))


Susan make that 15 machines counting my smocking machine, guess I haven't counted in a while. 😳

Michelle LaMothe

Hi, Susan. I just bought one of these gems today at a yard sale and am trying to find out any information I can about it. Were you ever able to determine the model number of this machine? I plan to clean it up and give it to my granddaughter and would like to see if I can find a manual for it. Thanks for any help. Michelle in NH


Hi.i need your help!
I have a old Singer Sewing Machine but i cant whats the produce year.
And i cant fix the yarn
Please help me
Thanku so much


Hello. Thank you for these beautiful photos. I have just acquired this exact machine, and was hoping to learn more about it. There is some scratching of the paint, but no rust, and runs pretty well. Any info you have about it would be appreciated. Are you still using it?
Thank you

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