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Thread: 1914 White Family Rotary

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    1914 White Family Rotary

    Just received an early Mother's Day gift from my kids! Daughter found at a Habitat for Humanity store for $50. Sews the most beautiful stitches!!!! Now the search is on for the different foot attachments. If anyone has any ideas where to start it would be much appreciated!
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    Wow! What a beautiful machine and cabinet.

    Joe

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    I have the same machine with the "twig" detailing and all! It was my great-grandmother's. Alas, somewhere along the line all the attachments, bobbin, etc were lost (a family member was using it as an end table) so I too am looking for the accessories. Congrats on your find. It looks like it's in beautiful condition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pam S View Post
    I have the same machine with the "twig" detailing and all! It was my great-grandmother's. Alas, somewhere along the line all the attachments, bobbin, etc were lost (a family member was using it as an end table) so I too am looking for the accessories. Congrats on your find. It looks like it's in beautiful condition.
    How sad ... Hopefully it's still in great condition!

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    Quote Originally Posted by J Miller View Post
    Wow! What a beautiful machine and cabinet.

    Joe
    It is! Has earned it's spot in the living room and not the sewing room. I can sew there just as easy!

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    Very nice! I always think "lock stitch" when I see the borders on those decals. Subliminal advertising I guess!
    I have a screw driver and YouTube--I can fix it!

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    So pretty!!!!

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    This is a Rotary type foot machine. Google "rotary foot" and you should find all sorts of them.

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    I have a few extra Feet that have come with various White/Clone machines. let me know what yo are looking for and I will see if I have spares. Free to good home.

    NOTE: the Sewing Store that put their decal on the existing beautiful decals should be SHOT.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveH View Post
    I have a few extra Feet that have come with various White/Clone machines. let me know what yo are looking for and I will see if I have spares. Free to good home.

    NOTE: the Sewing Store that put their decal on the existing beautiful decals should be SHOT.
    I totally agree. The use of a hair drier "should" remove it. Just be careful with any chemicals.

    I think that machine should use regular White / Kenmore type bobbins. If so then Sew-Classic has them.

    That's a beautiful machine and cabinet. I'd love to have it and I already have too many.

    Joe

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