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Thread: New Home Vintage Sewing Machines Club

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lostn51 View Post
    What is the serial I have the dates and serials for the New Home Sewing Machine Company up to 1949. Post the serial number and I will see if I can help you out.

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    Mine is a treadle in a cabinet, and the # is: 3638774

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    It was locked up when I got it. It's working now, but it will never sew unless I find a bobbin and bobbin case. Any suggestions?
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    quiltingweb,

    Yes I have some suggestions:

    > Your LSMG
    > Post clear pic of the bobbin housing for those who might have some extras
    > Thayer Rags parts { http://thayerrags.com/ }
    > It more than likely takes a White style of bobbin case and bobbin.

    Joe

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    It is just like the White bobbin and case...but just a bit smaller. I tried. And I know my timing is going to have to be reset, once I have a bobbin and case. I had to remove one of the bars that runs across the bottom of the machine. It was stuck and had to be PBlasted before it would move. Now it's moving really well, but I won't know how well until I can actually sew with it.Name:  New Home bobbin area.jpg
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    I wonder, if looking at this picture, I can get it lined up again, using the photo for reference. I took this before I took it apart and cleaned it.

    Barb

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    Called my local sewing machine repair guy and I'm going to go visit him next week. He thought, if I brought along my sewing machine, he might be able to find something in his stash

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    I hope this loads - it looks a lot like a Singer Japanese 15 clone but I don't think it is exactly a clone - I think it is one well made machine. Looks like they didn't all load...

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    Ok try some more
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    And maybe the nose and the bobbin - which are like a Clone
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    Success is not final. Failure is not fatal. It is the courage to continue that counts. Winston Churchill

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    Here is my New Home. I haven't actually used it yet but it sure is pretty!
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