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Thread: Where to get a carrying case for a Singer 99?

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    Where to get a carrying case for a Singer 99?

    I've found replacement cases for the Featherweights, but haven't found them for a Singer 99. Anyone know who might carry them? Thanks.

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    I have one and need a case, as well. Anybody know where to find one?

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    Other than a lucky find somewhere or an old sewing machine shop with lots of goodies, the only place I've found for cases is:
    { http://www.sewingpartsonline.com/sew...ine-cases.aspx }
    The one I'm gonna buy to try is the: Carrying Case, Flat Bed #P60218. It's got an adapter in it so it will work with the full or 3/4 size machines.
    I have not yet found any source of decent wooden cases.

    Joe

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    Senior Member Belfrybat's Avatar
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    Thank you! I'm interested in utility, and this will work well if I buy a 99.

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    Does anyone know if there is a wood plans for sewing machines cases.

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    If you're on Facebook, scroll down to Jan 23rd & see a prototype pattern that Among Brenda's Quilts is working on, not sure if it would help you or not. https://www.facebook.com/amongbrendasquilts

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    That's not a bad looking carry case, for a lightweight machine. I don't think it would work too good for a cast iron heavyweight though.

    Joe

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