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    Well, I got the hand crank for my little 128 today in the mail will attempt to put it on her tomorrow and try her out. Can't wait. Too tired tonight tho.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redsquirrel View Post
    Here is a machine you don't see everyday. Its a circa 1980 Singer Starlet 496. I keep this machine for its good zigzag stitch. Plus its light and pretty cool the way it all folds up into itself. Its just like a Singer Genie, but it has a free arm feature.
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    This machine was made in France and came with a manual that was copyright 1980. The foot pedal and manual are stored in the slide out peace with the thread diagram on it. It weighs about 12 pounds I'm guessing and is mostly plastic but the free arm is metal.
    I have a Genie 353, my son claimed it for himself. Its a nice little machine, but weighs in at 20#.
    Sharon

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    Hi All, thought I'd share these:
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    couple of 15 clones, Packard and Coronado
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    I cleaned up most of the head components for my Wheeler Wilson #10 this weekend.

    This machine spins SOOOOO smoothly, it is hard to remember that it was once rusted solid.

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    Circa 1915 Singer 99 serial F6843### Handcrank with full bentwood case.
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    1939 Singer 221, 1926 Singer 15-88 treadle, 1980 Singer Starlet 496, 1947 Singer 201-3

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    NICE 99. Great shape!!!

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    Kenmore Question

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Size:  185.2 KBCould someone tell me how to use the zig zag on this machine? I see the knob but can't figure out how to move it and keep it in one spot. Thank you. This sews quietly and smoothly but I do need the zig zag. I am out to sew so will be back shortly to see if someone can help me on this. Thanks again.
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    those fiddle bases are so cool, you never see them around where I live. If I ever find one for a decent price, I'll snatch it up just to have a piece of sewing history.
    1939 Singer 221, 1926 Singer 15-88 treadle, 1980 Singer Starlet 496, 1947 Singer 201-3

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redsquirrel View Post
    those fiddle bases are so cool, you never see them around where I live. If I ever find one for a decent price, I'll snatch it up just to have a piece of sewing history.
    What a coincidence! I snatched this one today. It's my second VS2 fiddle. A real beauty, and I love the fiddle bases too.

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    My Singers: Singer 12 MOP (1885), 2xImproved Family (1886, 1888), VS2 Roses and Daisies (1891), 29k58, 96k41 (1949), 201p (1958) 206k11 (1950), 222k (1959), 319K (1960), 320k2(1959), 411g
    Others: Bernina Record 530-2 (1958), Bernina 642-1 (1960)
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    Mike great find. beautiful flowers. congradulations
    😊 wilburness 😊

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