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Thread: Singer Sewing Machine circa 1938

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    Junior Member pyffer3's Avatar
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    Singer Sewing Machine circa 1938

    My grandmother had a singer sewing machine serial number AF101241 I recently came across in an old storage space of my mothers. The whole thing was covered in spider webs and the carrying case was chewed threw in a few spots. The wired are in great condition so nothing chewed there. My question is where could I find a new carrying case or table so I can use it. I do plan to take it in and get it serviced. You think they may be able to help with learning to use it and maybe obtaining case/cabinet/sewing feet and other accessories? Thanks for any input.

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    Junior Member makitmama's Avatar
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    ok- your machine is a Singer 15, born in 1938. This is a GREAT machine to keep. Cabinets are widely available on craigslist, and if you can't find one post a message that you want one here. This machine should fit into any cheapo plastic case from retailers. This machine takes widely available feet, needles, and accessories. It will be wonderful to learn to sew on.
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    Super Member J Miller's Avatar
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    Yep, what makitmama said.


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