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Thread: Embroidery Attachment R-W77 RUBY

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    Embroidery Attachment R-W77 RUBY

    Hi everyone
    hope your day is filled with sunshine and happiness
    I finely found a Embroidery attachment for my
    Kenmore 8 Stitch Sewing Machine Model 158 13450.
    I found it on Ebay.
    it is a Embroidery Attachment R-W77 RUBY.
    It works really well on my machine.
    Now if the owner(me) get smart enough to use it correctly.
    Hello my name is Delilah. I am trying to learn to quilt and keep using Kenmore "Little Girl" and enjoying life.

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    Congrats! Pictures please of the machine and the attachment. It will help other people identify what they need too. Besides, we like pictures.
    Thanks,
    Rodney
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    trouble and annoyance" Quote from Singer Model 99 Manual

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    yes - pictures please! I LOVE seeing different attachments!
    My name is Cathy - and I'm addicted to old sewing machines and their attachments.

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    ok Cathy and Rodney I uploaded the pic ...hope I did it right ....should be in my albums....if you can't find it let
    me know and I will try to upload it differently....It is a fun attachment....If you have a picture you can trace it
    by a "plastic Pen" like thing attached to the "Embroidery Attachment" looks almost like a button holier... then you
    just do the fill in like any embroidery project...will fit a low, high, straight or zig zag machine....been trying it out for two days...now have to go to Walmart or somewhere and get me so more thread in a few minutes.
    And oh yes I am addicted to vintage sewing attachments....what will I try to find next...Ha ha you guys have taught me to well....now I can't stop.
    Hello my name is Delilah. I am trying to learn to quilt and keep using Kenmore "Little Girl" and enjoying life.

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    Your profile is not showing that you have any albums.
    My name is Cathy - and I'm addicted to old sewing machines and their attachments.

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    Sure would like to see pic of it as having trouble with a Kenmore this week. Only sewing straight stitches and has 2 dials one on top of each other. At least both turn now.

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    I see an album and a place-holder image where the picture is supposed to be, but not the picture. Maybe it takes a while to become visible to everyone?
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    The link to the album itself must be private now. I used to be able to see all the pictures of Littledreamdevil's Kenmore and now I cannot.
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    As near as I can figure from this post and what you posted on another site when you were looking for an embroidery attachment, this is similar to the zig-zagger attachment that was for the early slant shank Singers. I was surprised to see that they were also made to fit the 15-91, Featherweight, and other "straight" shank machines. I could not find anything with R-W77 Ruby for search terms.

    Just can't leave a mystery alone! I think I found it on "Yahoo! Japan" as "* si surreal R-W77 sewing machine embroidery attachment, with RW-77 on the box. Since it is in Japanese and English combined, I am probably missing something (a lot), but WOW!, if that fits an older Kenmore, looks like fun.
    Last edited by elnan; 06-11-2015 at 09:13 AM.

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Size:  257.2 KBEmbroidery Attachment R-W77 RUBY


    ok now I got it to load....sorry I put it in album yesterday...don't know what happen


    ok Cathy and Rodney
    It is a fun attachment....If you have a picture you can trace it
    by a "plastic Pen" like thing attached to the "Embroidery Attachment" looks almost like a button holier... then you
    just do the fill in like any embroidery project...will fit a low, high, straight or zig zag machine....been trying it out for two days...now have to go to Walmart or somewhere and get me so more thread in a few minutes.
    And oh yes I am addicted to vintage sewing attachments....what will I try to find next...Ha ha you guys have taught me to well....now I can't stop.
    Last edited by Littledreamdevil; 06-11-2015 at 03:12 PM.
    Hello my name is Delilah. I am trying to learn to quilt and keep using Kenmore "Little Girl" and enjoying life.

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