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Thread: Help! I saw a Singer 15-91 Today!

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    I really need help. I saw a singer 15-91 today that was made in 1952. It is in a refinished cabinet with drawers and has a bench seat with it. It has some attachments, one might be a button hole attachment, and the instruction book. Do I need it? Probably not, but should I get it? I have a Featherweight and a 99 that I have acquired since May. Any good reasons why I should get it. I haven't found any info on the net about them that is helpful at this time. If I am to get it, I need some concrete ideas of why to get it to pose to my husband about it. I know the attachments will fit the other two machines, but is this enough to warrant getting it? HELP!!

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    What is the price?

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    Depending on the price, we can give you all sorts of "reasons" to tell your husband. :)

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    Yes it would depend on what they are asking for it.

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    Also make sure you have room for it!

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    They are asking $50.00 for it. I can always ask if they will take less.

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    I have one and absolutely love it. It was one that my mom was given as a wedding present, so it is 1950. But it still runs great. And the fact that the button hole attachment fits the featherweight is a big plus because those attachments can cost a bundle.

    By any chance does the bench open up for storage?

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    If you have $50 and you have the room....go get it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltingcandy
    I have one and absolutely love it. It was one that my mom was given as a wedding present, so it is 1950. But it still runs great. And the fact that the button hole attachment fits the featherweight is a big plus because those attachments can cost a bundle.

    By any chance does the bench open up for storage?
    I think that is an excellent "excuse"!

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    15-99? I'm not familiar with that one.

    If you meant 15-91, then by all means you need it!! The feed dogs drop for FMQ. Large harp for FMQ. Super straight stitch.

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