Thought you guys might enjoy some pictures. My great-grandma bought this from the Hudsons's Bay in 1911. I've had my great-grandma's sewing machine for about 20 years now. I always think it's so gorgeous, because when it's closed, it doesnt even look like a sewing machine. And the carving on the wood is just beautiful. So several times over the years i have peeked inside quick lol, but never really opened it up and done more than a peek until today. Well i'm kind of blown away. It has everything. I looked way in the back corner, and found the original owners manual still inside, and a black box of attachments. It is even has an attachment that is a fabric guide, for getting that perfect 1/4" seam. So i took lots of pictures. I even tried it and it works, thats i tried it with no fabric or thread yet. Will have to read the manual and find out how to thread it. Look at the one photo, the front of the cabinet even has a ruler on the wood, i guess for measuring your sewing lol. It's gorgeous, but now i thought, i wonder if it works? There is one problem that i have to figure out though. The pressure foot seems to just slide in, but i cant find a screw or knob to tighten to keep the pressure foot from slideing off. If anyone knows how the pressure foot stays in, i would love to know.
So here, enjoy the pictures :)