I went to the library today to check out some new quilting books, but I took a detour while there and found myself in the sewing machine section. I discovered that my library has a wonderful book called Sincere's Sewing Machine Service Book by William Ewers, printed 1968. I haven't read the entire book yet, but this book is an excellent reference book. Chapters are dedicated to the long shuttle, class 15 oscillator, class 66 oscillator, the White Rotary, manual zig zag, the automatic zig zag, some
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Hi there everyone, There was a posting on the "Board" recently about saving your small pieces of fabric and what to do with them. Someone suggested keeping them to make pillows or beds for the RSPCA as the animals just love them. I rang the local RSPCA here in Brisbane, to ask about this. They told me that the animals really do love them and snuggle down into them. I then asked if they take forever to dry when they are washed and was told that they have many volunteers who wash all the
Donna's original block designs also look on page 12..she added 2 more original designs
who made The Free machine??
The Free Sewing Machine Company from 1898 until 1958 in the Chicago and Rockford, Illinois Factories.
Free bought New Home in 1927, but kept New Home a subsidiary company of Free Sewing Machine Co. until Janome Sewing Machine Company of Japan purchased New Home from Free in 1960.
So to answer your question Free made the Free.
Joined: Aug 7, 09
Location: Monroeville, PA I brough home a new one. My mom bought it for me as a present
It is a Singer 15 made in Germany (this one really was made there lol) and it has a little table I love it!
It came from a nice couple that is in the military and bought it when they were stationed over there in Germany.