I am wishing for a knee lift for my new Bernina 640-2 Favorit machine. I'm used to using an industrial straight sewer so it's the only down-side... it's a bit like using a professional steam iron. Once you've used one, it's impossible to go back.
I've also got a Singer 328 that can be treadled, so I'd love an amazing table/treadle to come along and inspire me to get off the grid. Unlike the older black Singer heads, the 328 looks like a 50's jukebox. Not sure what kind of table would suit, so I'll be on the hunt for just the thing :)
Every one I see. My original 1941 15, aka Sarah, needs a new motor. I love the 201 but Belle doesn't sing like the 15 does. The two Redeyes need cabinets. The 15-91 needs a bobbin case. The 301 is ok but its not love. The White and New Home treadles serve to hold up a cutting mat and ironing center. The White in the octagonal cabinet needs major rewiring. The 1925 handcrank 66 is so much fun, gotta get that bobbin winder working. Great Granny's Ruby is really just a keepsake, bless her heart. Couldn't live without the modern serger. Myrtle, the world's greatest New Home 556 needs brushes for her motor, Molly, 1970ish winds bobbins for everybody and operates that 70 year old buttonholer just fine. Ginnie is a 1970ish singer 5525 backs up Molly.
I want funds and time to get everyone working. I should probably stop piecing and quilting long enough to get everyone in working order.
I want the Pfaff 130 my sister got for pennies, but she won't even order a power cord for her.