originally posted 3/7/2017:
So this past weekend I picked up a treadle base complete with a Singer 66 which I found locally on craigslist. I've already learned so much, like I should have removed the machine head from the base before loading into the back of my car. And it would have helped if we loaded it with the drawers facing up rather than down. I probably should have wrapped the whole thing in the blanket that I left by my front door. That being said, I now have it all set up in my family
Updated 04-09-2017 at 06:45 AM by ddtrina
My latest acquisition...a Singer 15. Funny thing is during the online auction I thought I was buying a machine without the foot pedal. When I went to pick her up yesterday, I met the owner and said it was a shame that there was no pedal with it but figured I could find one online. He told me to hold on a minute, went back into the house, and came out with the matching pedal. Said he had just came across it recently after the auction pictures had been taken. It was my lucky day! Now to find some
Originally Posted by JLMoore3rd
Since I'm new here I thought I'd add some of my recent finds... this all started a couple of months back when I found a light green Singer 221K Featherweight for my wife. I had been picking up vintage typewriters (40 at present count) and enjoy cleaning them up and making them work, so refurbishing the 221K was similar. I've found that while typewriters are fun to work on, sewing machines are much more of a challenge and quite possibly more addicting. I've added a dozen sewing machines to the shelves
I love surfing online to find cool links for all of us to enjoy. I am now finding looks about cleaning old vintage sewing machines.
I love surfing the internet for links and now organizing them here on this thread for all of us to enjoy.
Parts for Vintage Sewing Machines:
♥♥♥ Websites and Blogs Vintage Sewing Machines ♥♥♥
Dan, Bob Kovar out of Toledo, Ohio, is a well-known and well-respected dealer of industrial sewing machines (including vintage ones) and parts. The company's website is:
hope that helps,- Rain
Vintage Singer Sewing Machine Blog
Updated 04-09-2012 at 04:55 PM by craftybear