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Thread: ISO Parts - Brunswick VS Sewing Machine

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    You can try Jenny at Sew Classic. www.sew-classic.com

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    Yep, sew-classic.com is the stuff! :)

    Can you take a couple of pictures of the foot and where it attaches to the shank? One from the front and one from the end of the machine?

    It looks like there's a knurled ring at the bottom of the shank and the foot would be attached by a flat pair of prongs - is that right?

    If so, I might have a set of attachments for it. I will try to find a bobbin for you so that you can test it to see if it works - if it does, you can order modern repros from Jenny pretty cheap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norene B
    Very nice looking machine and cabinet.
    Does it have the long shank or short shank on feet?
    Thanks Noreen, I'm not even sure. I don't know anything about this machine, it looks like it might be a short shank. I haven't been able to find anything on it on the web yet. I'm waiting for a belt that I bought from ebay to get it running. I also need a bobbin which I ordered from ebay, but I don't know if it is the right one. I'll be doing "trial and error" with this for a while, I think.

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    OHH!! Thanks Norene, I never gave Sears a thought. The manual that is with it says it was made for Montgomery Ward. I will def be looking at the website!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mitch's mom
    You can try Jenny at Sew Classic. www.sew-classic.com
    Thanks Mitch's Mom, I will certainly do that. I haven't been able to find much on this machine.

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    Here you go. It is a badged National machine, made for Monkey Wards, which you already knew. Here is a link to the manual.
    http://www.thetreadlersvillage.com/M...ickManual.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by thepolyparrot
    Yep, sew-classic.com is the stuff! :)

    Can you take a couple of pictures of the foot and where it attaches to the shank? One from the front and one from the end of the machine?

    It looks like there's a knurled ring at the bottom of the shank and the foot would be attached by a flat pair of prongs - is that right?

    If so, I might have a set of attachments for it. I will try to find a bobbin for you so that you can test it to see if it works - if it does, you can order modern repros from Jenny pretty cheap.
    OH, That would be so great! I have attached a few pics, I hope I don't overload you. I can't thank you enough for your help!

    This is the "shuttle" that the bobbins go in. I had no idea that bobbins were ever like this one.
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    I think the National bobbin should fit in it fine. I think there are actually 2 sizes of bobbins of that style out there. If I find any feet around, I'll let you know. I'll check out the second hand store when I stop in.

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    OH, thank you, thank you, THANK YOU, Norene!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by susanwilley
    OH, thank you, thank you, THANK YOU, Norene!!
    No problem, I can't guarantee anything but I'll try, lol :)

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