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Thread: Look what I found

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    Super Member hobo2000's Avatar
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    I have been doing searches for decals for Singer Model 66 "Red Eye". I found out this was the most expensive model Singer created. But I came across this hand crank that will convert any Singer, older models, with spoke in fly wheel, to a hand crank. This could be very handy when the electric goes out and we want to sew. PM me for website, its something similar to Ebay I guess. Never saw it before but don't know if I can post it. I'll give it a try..here goes
    http://www.ecrater.com/p/4007716/han...singer-sewing#
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    thank you for the link, it worked and I did not know that you could do that.

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    Super Member Grammy o'5's Avatar
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    What a cool gadget! :thumbup:

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    I would love to have a hand crank machine, thank you for the information :D:D:D

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    What a great idea. Thanks for sharing.

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    I have one of those. I got it at stitchesintime on ebay. I converted a spoked wheel singer with bad wireing. Very easy to insall. I believe my machine was originally a treadle. Hand cranks are fun and if the power is out you can still sew.

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