I had to pleasure of seeing Steve's machine in person Wed. night. Sweet machine! And so quiet. I wanted to steal it.
Master Stephan is so very talented. The re-enactment gear he makes is awesome.
Steve, thanks for the tour,
Oh, it was a dangerous thing to do indeed.....
Two "crazy" fix it types in a house full of projects.... coulda be bad, very bad....
I'm so excited I finally got a Featherweight!
So this is not a machine but it is a Singer thing....
This is on EBay right now and is a letter on Singer Letterhead dated 1863
Thank you Steve and Mizkaki. I hope to spend some time with her over the holidays.
Here are pictures of my early Christmas presents. The first one is a sweet Wilcox - Gibbs, chain stitch machine, with the cutest butterfly foot pedal, and tiny butterfly feet. She was $65 at a local gift store, I will have to wait until I get brave enough to try her (after the holidays I will have time).
My next one is a singer Sphinx, G347 from 1913-1915. I love her, she needs lots of oiling, and degreasing. Hubby's next project. Her name is Adeline.