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Thread: my new to me singer treadle

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    Senior Member haylillan's Avatar
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    Red face my new to me singer treadle

    could any one help me date my old new machine. number 11906849, i'm sure its a 127 or 128. I will post pic's when i get cleaned up
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    May your stitches always be straight, your seams always lie flat, and your grain never be biased against you.

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    thank you, Sue
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    Quote Originally Posted by haylillan View Post
    could any one help me date my old new machine. number 11906849, i'm sure its a 127 or 128. I will post pic's when i get cleaned up
    Can't wait to see them. I hope I can get my hands on a treadle this year some time. They're not as easy to find here (WV) for some reason.

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    I love my Singer treadles. I have 3 Singer treadle cabinets and 6 machines that I swap out. A 1914 Singer 115,1916 Singer red eye 66-1,1921 Singer 66-1 red eye,1936 Singer 201-K hand crank/treadle, 1949 Singer 15-90(motorectomy preformed),1968 Singer 237(motorectomy preformed) and a 1955 Pfaff 60 treadle.
    I make most of my quilt tops with the treadles, currently using the 201,115 and Pfaff to make quilt tops.
    Sharon in Texas

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    There are many treadles to buy. The Amish make them to sell and my local sewing repair shop has at least one for sale all the time. I have my mother's; Dad traded a shotgun for it in 1917, so I guess mine is really old.

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    my new old singer

    her are pic's of my machine looks pretty good for age, i dont think cabinet is original to machine
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    the attchments that came with machine
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    Esther, that machine is gorgeous! I have the same Sphinx but the decals are in terrible condition, my cabinet is the same as yours. Paid $60 for it at a local yard sale. AND, you got a puzzle box with it!! WOW, lucky you
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    Oh , love it all but especially that puzzle box. I have wanted one of those for a few years. Willing to buy one but want to see it in person not on computer screen.

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