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Thread: I Am My Brother's Keeper

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    Super Member J Miller's Avatar
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    Sew-Classic has several sizes of bobbin winding tires. And most bobbin winders are adjustable. Each size Sew-Classic sells has a size diagram with it. So work your old one off and measure it, then compare those measurements to what S-C has and you'll be in business.


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    Community Manager PatriceJ's Avatar
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    i will have to work up the courage to take it off.
    i have a tendency to make things worse when i start taking things apart.
    that's why i took it to the shop. LOL

    if it has a keyboard, i can usually bully it into submission.
    otherwise ... not so much. LOL

    i don't suppose anybody can point me toward a source for the correct foot pedal?
    neither is crictical.
    just "nice-to-have".
    I Quilt, I Nap, I Quilt Some More ... Aaaaah, The Good Life!

    I also have an eddres you can use if you need to contact me with questions or suggestions that relate to our community: patricej@quiltingboard.com

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    Power Poster miriam's Avatar
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    Try sew-classic - she has lots of goodies.
    NEVER let a sewing machine know you are in a hurry.
    good mothers let you lick the beaters - great mothers turn it off first

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    It looks a lot like (except the color) the Brother that my MIL gave me right after we were married (1969). I have had several machines since then, but keep it out at the lake and sew with it in the summer. It also does a great stitch and weighs a ton. It didn't come with an instruction booklet or a case, which was frustrating to me as a fairly young sewer. I gave it to my mom for awhile, and then when she died, I took it back (much to the disappointment of my niece). I just explained that it was a gift that meant a lot to me, as DH's mother died a couple years after we married.

    Enjoy it!


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