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Thread: look at this "little girl" singer sewing machine.

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    Senior Member gmavis's Avatar
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    look at this "little girl" singer sewing machine.

    My sister-in-law just sent me pictures of this beautiful little girl singer sewing machine. Wish I had a little girl that could use it. all daughters are grown, and granddaughters like computers better.
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    Isn't that the neatest sewing machine ever!! ??!!

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    That is just too cute!!Thanks for sharing.
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    Darling little machine! In great shape too!
    Be a blessing to others, as you may entertain angels unaware!

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    That is very cute.
    Lori - MamaBear

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    I think it's a "Sew Handy"

    They're also small enough to collect and put on a shelf....
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    Yep, It's a Singer Model 20.

    They are really just toys, but they do (occationally) perform a chainstitch.

    I have one of the second type issued and even an Electric Version!

    If you are interested in a manual and such just let me know.

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    Steve,

    I would love to have a copy of those instructions.

    Thanks,
    Cathy


    Quote Originally Posted by SteveH View Post
    Yep, It's a Singer Model 20.

    They are really just toys, but they do (occationally) perform a chainstitch.

    I have one of the second type issued and even an Electric Version!

    If you are interested in a manual and such just let me know.

    Steve
    Steve
    Cathy

    "Most sewing machine problems are due to the carbon based unit in the chair in front of the machine"

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    I've tried to buy a couple at auctions but they go so high $$$. Yours is a beauty.

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