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Thread: I caught the fever and bought a vintage singer

  1. #91
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    What a find!!! I have two finds and love them both. I also have my mom's and it is about 65 years old...so I have 3... Enjoy. I had mine all serviced and they all run like a top!!!

    I also own a Janome 6600 and I seem to migrate to my mom's singer....must be just the good feeling I get from knowing that I am quilting on a machine my mom used to use all the time.

    I am also making all my brothers and sisters quilt's on mom's machine....I think it will make the quilts even more special to each of them to know that!!!

    Enjoy your find!!!

    DeMaris

  2. #92
    Ritas Relics's Avatar
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    If you go to singerco.com you can ID your machine and download free instruction manuals for most of the old singers. Hard to resist that deal. I have a good site for old parts too.It is singerfeatherweightsewingmachines.com. Good luck.

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