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Thread: Found old Singer machine parts....but I don't need them

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    I found these at one of our thrift stores. Well, I just couldn't leave them behind even though I don't need them, they looked so lonely hanging in the bag amongst all the colourful yarns.
    Are they of any use to someone?
    Maureen

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    they look like the ones with my treadle singer machine

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    If you can't find a home for them, they would make a wonder display in a shadow box.....You have them all shined up and pretty.

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    Well, they aren't for my Featherweight. Will be interested to see if they are for a treadle.

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    If anyone can ID them... I have a Featherweight & I'm also in Canada...sooooo... I'd be interested if they would fit my little machine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VickyS
    Well, they aren't for my Featherweight. Will be interested to see if they are for a treadle.
    I'm a little slow here..... how do you know they're not for a featherweight? Thanks,.

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    I've got all the extra feet for my featherweight, including some I've purchased to use on the machine - my aunt gave it to me many years ago and none of the feet shown match any of those feet.

    Additionally, I cruise our Featherweight dealers/ repair people and look to see what feet they might have, because you never know when you might need one of them (had been looking for a scant 1/4" foot for awhile till I found one last year). Between the two I think I've seen pretty much everything that has been made to work on a Featherweight.

    I could be wrong, but who knows? Let's ask Lostn51 - Billy would know since he does ALL Kinds of old machines.

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    If they fit a high shank I would love them ;-)

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    They look just like the ones in my puzzle box and that goes with a treadle. So someone that has a treadle could probably use them, I like the shadow box idea.

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    I have a 2 treadels with NO attachments if they would fit a singer treadel year 1935, or 1916 I would be intrested in them. will PM you.

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