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Thread: Vintage Sewing Machine Shop.....Come on in and sit a spell

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miz Johnny
    Quote Originally Posted by Wine Woman
    Will you share the website for the White machines? I would like to see how old and what kind it is. The serial number is FR 3111401.
    The White Sewing Machine Research Project:

    http://community.webshots.com/user/arachnesobsession
    Wow! That was quick! I will check it out as soon as I can. Thanks so much
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    Well I took a quick minute to look at the site and this is where I was at yesterday. But I click on the pic I think is the same as mine but I'm not finding a serial number list or anything. Confused! :roll: :roll: Will check back in a little bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wine Woman
    Well I took a quick minute to look at the site and this is where I was at yesterday. But I click on the pic I think is the same as mine but I'm not finding a serial number list or anything. Confused! :roll: :roll: Will check back in a little bit.
    http://home-and-garden.webshots.com/...62576881KNhqLm

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    I think I saw something on this site once about a machine with a butterfly decal, made in the ROC. There's one on craigslist now, and I emailed the owner that I'm interested. Does anyone know more about that machine? I know there's a picture of one on needlebar, but that's really all I could find.

    Also - any opinions on the Singer 191? The same guy has one of those.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackkip
    Ok, I think I have been spending way too much time reading all the post. Last night I had a dream that Billy had wrote the perfect "how to" book. It was great. All I remember the print was purple and turquiose. It had really good diagrams. So come on Billy, you need to make my dreams come true. :-P

    Doug good luck on the surgery. I will keep you in my prayers.
    Just give me a chance and I will!! :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Weedwoman
    Help please. My DH has my Singer Sphnix all cleaned and free wheeling so now I need to know what shuttle and bobbin it needs. It's number is D12753358. Any help will be so appreciated. Also what needle will this old girl need (not me, the machine)
    The needle is the standard 15x1 and the shuttle and bobbins are another story. You can get the bobbins from Hancock Fabrics in the notions isle but wait until they have the 50% off notions sale and your golden. The shuttle I will have to go out here and get the part number off of it but you can find them on eBay

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    Oh I thought I would give you something to look at, I painted my 66 this morning........

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    Quote Originally Posted by maporch
    Hi! I've been reading through this thread for days and am still not even halfway through. I'm so glad there's such a wonderful source of information out there on antique sewing machines. :)

    I picked up a beautiful little machine at the local flea market a while back, and I'd love to get it in working condition as well as find out as much about it as I can. I'll post some pictures below.

    The model number? on the machine seems to be AF(or E?)887558
    You have a really nice 128 and it is a later model so its a AF887558. I see than its missing the typical front shuttle plate but you can still find them on eBay and a few after market companies.

    Billy

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    I think you have too many digits in that number. The D series, 1250851-1300850 were Model 27's made in 1909. Is your number in that range? I have a 1901 model 27 with the sphinx decals, haven't cleaned it up yet but I think it's next in line. I've accumulated several of the manuals online - pm me if you would like me to send them to you. (Same for anyone else with model 27's or 66's.)

    Quote Originally Posted by Weedwoman
    Help please. My DH has my Singer Sphnix all cleaned and free wheeling so now I need to know what shuttle and bobbin it needs. It's number is D12753358. Any help will be so appreciated. Also what needle will this old girl need (not me, the machine)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lostn51
    Oh I thought I would give you something to look at, I painted my 66 this morning........

    Billy
    Stunning, can't wait to see it all put back together..Are those decals on the bed, or another paint technique?

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