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It wasn't one on minis, but here are links to some that I have. I do love my mini quilts:
Fat Quarter Small Quilts (these are adorable)
Bits and Pieces (these are cute too!)
20 Little Log Cabins:
Anyway here are a couple places I like to check when I need to put something to rights.
http://sewing-machines.blogspot.com/...e-manuals.html for Singer service manuals
FOR ALL METAL MACHINES ONLY:
I do not like WD40 or 3in1 oil for cleaning up the machines.
Use some kerosene apply with a brush or Triflow oil
Chain 10, slip stitch in last chain to make the circle.
Round 1-Chain three double crochet twice(first double crochet cluster) chain three, double crochet three times,chain three repeat five times. you will have have six double crohet clusters with chain three between each one.
Round 2-slip stitch to the middle double crochet, chain six,slip stich in the center of next cluster repeat aroung bind off.
If you have any question just ask.
I asked Billy - he said to use pure carnuba and not to use anything like a cleaner wax because it will take off the decals
Blog on featherweight - http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-158758-5.htm
Singer Machine Serial Numbers
no letter prefix:
single letter prefix:
double letter prefix:
The first dead give away that you have a 15 clone is the tension dial's location on the face of the machine.
How to re assemble 'my vintage tension: http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-43881-1518.htm
http://www.treadleon.net/sewingmachi...motorboss.html is where you can find a picture of the motor boss. I just had to look and see. LOL
Make sure that the needle is threaded from right to left, instead of left to right...also make sure the needle is in right...the "D" shape of the needle should match the "D" shape of the needle plate...
Okay, I couldn't wait until evening. It's my lunchtime; so, I took some pictures since it was faster than trying to figure out where my post is located. Singer Class 66 bobbins have a curve to them while Singer Class 15 bobbins are flat. The newer metal bobbins that are sold don't always work correctly since they are poorly made. They are either warped or the center moves around so that you can't wind them. Plus, some sit higher in the bobbin area, so they will not work well either. Look for vintage
Try dipping in Evapo-Rust and then brushing with a toothbrush.I rinse and then blow it dry with my blowdryer just to make sure I get in all the little "hidden" areas.I recently cleaned attachments by putting them in a vinegar solution and THOROUGHLY rinsing them in boiling water; patting them dry and putting them in a baking dish in the oven on low.** Vinegar removes rust also. You just have to make sure you get it rinsed well. They are very clean and don't even smell like pickles.