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Thread: cams

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    Jan 2015


    Hi everyone,

    I was cleaning out a closet that I have my fabric in and I found some cams that go to a sewing machine.
    I know I do not have the machine that these cams go to. I was wondering ...how do you tell which sewing machine cams go to? I think there is a full set of cams here. If I knew how to tell which machine cams go to I would list them and give them to who ever could use them.
    Hello my name is Delilah.
    I like to quilt. I use a vintage Kenmore 15813450 8 stitch sewing machine.
    I call her "Little Girl".

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    Senior Member KenmoreGal2's Avatar
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    Sep 2014
    Central NJ
    Please post pictures of the cams and the box they came in. Hopefully someone will recognize them. I'd suggest you photograph one cam with a ruler in front of it so we know the exact size. Nice of you to offer them to the group.

    Edited to add that yonnikka and I posted at the exact same time! Great minds think alike.

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    Senior Member yonnikka's Avatar
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    Oct 2010
    Southern Michigan
    Can you post a photo showing the cams up close? There was a Singer Dressmaker model from about 1976 that used small round cams.
    My fabric talks to me.

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    Super Member lovelyl's Avatar
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    Are the cams flat or is the center circle raised? Really need pics if you can!
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