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Thread: Vintage White machine

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    Super Member BoJangles's Avatar
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    Also, that White Rotary takes a normal 15x1 needle that most all machines take today! Some of the vintage Whites take a much harder to find needle, but not this one! I'd use a Schmetz Univeral. They work great with the vintage machines.

    Also, if I remember right, the HW turns the opposite way that a Singer turns. It goes away from you - check the manual!

    Nancy

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    BoJangles - thank you! I just got back to this (taking classes full time, so my time is limited), but I bookmarked the manual and hope to have some time next week to play around with it some. I'd love to do some piecing on it!
    Teri - always learning, never afraid of a challenge! If I were, I wouldn't have started quilting at my age!

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    Amyjo - I've turned her on, but that's as far as I've gotten I love the cabinet as well, and the drawers are an added bonus.
    Teri - always learning, never afraid of a challenge! If I were, I wouldn't have started quilting at my age!

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    Nancy, this is a great manual...I have a singer, got my manual from ISMACS.com... also found my needle sizes and lots of information ...hope this helps too.

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    Might try ISMACS.com....I got a lot of information on that sight...Jane

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