Miz Johnny wrote:
Because they weigh so much and have a horizontal bobbin case!!
OK, I need to stay home. I bought two FW last week that I have not got home yet. I bought a Huskystar 219 with a nice Kuala cabinet. Then I bought this some one will ha e to tell what I have. It is a slant needle about the same size as 301 without but has horizontal bobbin. Nice little machine has a lever to lift the needle plate instead of
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Yes, Monica is right - 15-91 is a potted motor, but the 15-89 is a HC. Here are the Class 15 machines.
15-30 very early treadle - early 1900's, 1895 - 1933
15-90 Electric/external motor
15-91 Electric/potted motor gear driven
15-96 Treadle 1940's +
15-98 HC 1940's +
15-125 Electric after 1950
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Don't be scared you have the board to help you. I have not done one, but I would use Cutbuns help on the tutorials. She called them hexagons, I think that is the same as OBW.