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Thread: Singer Little Touch & Sew Toy

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    Senior Member diamondee's Avatar
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    Singer Little Touch & Sew Toy

    I recently purchased a Singer Little Touch & Sew it runs on batteries but it has a place for a power cord/adapter, does anyone have this little machine or know what size adapter I would need for it? Just like this one on youtube Thank You! Dee

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    Super Member Stitchnripper's Avatar
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    I have one too, and you raise an interesting question. I've only used it on batteries, and on looking at the manual (free on line) it says to go to a singer store for an adapter. I wonder if we call singer they could tell us.

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    Senior Member Diannia's Avatar
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    I had 1 just like this when I was little. I kept it until I was grown and only had boys so sold it in a yardsale...Now I have 6 granddaughters! Sure wish I'd kept it!!! Diannia
    I am too blessed to be stressed and too anointed to be disappointed!

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    Oh, you are just a few weeks too late for me to answer the question. I left one of these at my place in Florida.
    It sews by battery, electric or the hand crank I think. It does not have the case as is shown in the youtube video.
    I am sorry but there is no way I can get that info for you right now. Mine has one original bobbin and thimble and I believe the manual. All I have here is a file card with info. My case is multi coloured flowers of a vinyl like glued onto the heavy cardboard base. It opens not from the top , instead like a door idea with a little drawer under where
    the machine sits.
    Someone wrote on here months ago about one and I intended to reply that I would sell mine -cheap. But, wouldn't
    you know hubby bought me a modern looking new style of a Singer toy . I think it looks like the 60th anniversary model but it's plastic so now I want to get rid of both of them. Room is a real problem.
    Diamondee ---If you can wait until the first week of Nov I would be very pleased to help you with anything I have.

    Diannia --What was your case like?

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    brings back memories for me also, I wonder what happened to mine. Time to go hunting...

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    Senior Member Skyangel's Avatar
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    I had one growing up. Wish I still did ...

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    Super Member deedum's Avatar
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    I passed on one recently, because it didn't have a power cord. Perhaps it wasn't suppose too. Hmm, I may have to check and see if they still have it. It was cute as a button. Like yours!

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    Super Member J Miller's Avatar
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    diamondee, you have a PM on the way.


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