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Thread: what machine is this?

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    Thanks, glad I wasn't interested. haa now if it was a featherweight...................


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    I would have to say the one I have is similar but NOT a Kenmore. It is a delightful little machine. It is very light weight right about 11 lbs and sews beautifully. Mine still has tags from when it was sold.
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    It came in a suitcase heavier than the machine.
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    I would say the weight rivals the Featherweight.
    Here it is inside the suitcase
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    I just had to put a little lace on it... I couldn't resist making it all pretty.
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    if anyone wonders why linhawk is dancing it is because she lives close to the very best quilt shoppe in the world....color me jeloise (sp)

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    This Kenmore was made in the 40's... and has a "godzilla" finish. It's the machine I taught myself to sew on when I was 12 years old. Mom bought it new, with a cabinet. I loved it! It was the beginning of my love affair with the sewing machine.

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    I hate to say it but, I think it is a cute machine.
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    Must be a guy taking the photos, they only take of photo of the back with the motor, to them that is the most important part!

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    It says Kenmore on it and that is Sears. Don't know anything else about it.

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