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Thread: Singer 99K-13, Pristine

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    Singer 99K-13, Pristine

    I guess the third one is a charm. A truly clean machine except for a lot of dust and lint. The wiring is perfect and the light works. She came with attachments and even two black spool felts that must have been original to the sewing machine. Oiled the innards and greased the motor yesterday. Today is dusting and lint removal.

    Here serial number, EK928170, was allotted 23 Nov 1955, one of 50,000.
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    Nice. Now we need a range report ............... oh, uh wrong forum LOL We need a sewing report. Yeah, that's what we need


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    Ready on the stitching line!

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    Ready on the treadle ............... Ready on the hand crank!

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    Some Triflow will take off the tape goo. Looks like a pretty one!!!
    NEVER let a sewing machine know you are in a hurry.
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    Pretty machine!
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    Quote Originally Posted by miriam View Post
    Some Triflow will take off the tape goo. Looks like a pretty one!!!
    That's good to know.

    Joe

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    Quote Originally Posted by J Miller View Post
    That's good to know.

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    figured it out by accident...
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    Quote Originally Posted by miriam View Post
    Some Triflow will take off the tape goo. Looks like a pretty one!!!
    Thanks Miriam. I'm going to try it also on a cabinet that has some tape goo.
    Sweet Caroline

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    Quote Originally Posted by J Miller View Post
    Nice. Now we need a range report ............... oh, uh wrong forum LOL We need a sewing report. Yeah, that's what we need


    Joe
    Actually did sew on some binding to a quilt today, pieced a couple of OBW blocks, trimmed two quilts for binding. But that was after running around fetching DH some fishing stuff, getting groceries, the list goes on and on. Got so many false starts around here it is nigh impossible to complete anything. Finally found my jug of Evaporust though. Major accomplishment!.
    Sweet Caroline

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