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Thread: My new machine

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    Senior Member mike'sgirl's Avatar
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    My new machine

    My dh and I went to an auction recently and found an old Singer. We are pretty sure it's from the 50s. It needed a belt and a bobbin winder piece (little rubber tire thing ) and some lubing up. Well it works. We were going to try and sell it, but when he asked me if I could use it, I couldn't pass it up. I love this little machine. She sews great. I am so pleased. Just had to share, Gina

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    Power Poster Jingle's Avatar
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    Could you show us a picture of it?
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    Yes, pictures please!!

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    Little machine? Could it possibly be a featherweight?

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    There are other lovable small machines - here is a link: You've just gotta love the 'Little Old Ladies' (3/4 size or smaller vintage machine)
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    Yes, please share a picture. I love my vintage machines.

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