1904 standard slim

Old 01-07-2021, 06:46 AM
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Default 1904 standard slim

I was able to get the spider for my standard slim, but I donít have the needle plate required. Iím new to vintage machines. I have a singer red 66?red eye. But it was in good condition. I recently acquired the standard from a friend who was moving. I just retired and love vintage machines. The cabinet was in great shape , but the machine is not. It had no bobbin, bobbin case or spider and plate. I was lucky to buy a bobbin case 1 bobbin and a spider. Any info on where I can purchase a few bobbins and spider needle plate?? Love this forum. Thanks for all the information.
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Old 01-07-2021, 07:20 AM
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Welcome to the board, Dale,

Wow you have chosen to take on a particularly interesting machine. I am afraid I can't help you
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Old 01-07-2021, 12:31 PM
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Welcome to the QB from SE Michigan! You are in the right place for vintage machine lovers. I have 14 vintage machines and that seems to be all I have to sew on anymore. I am no good at giving advise on repairs and have limited knowledge about all of my machines but I do love to play with all of them. There are so many very helpful people here who are very skilled with so many vintage and antique machines. Jump right in and join the fun. Again welcome to the QB.
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Old 01-07-2021, 02:27 PM
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Default Bobbins for 1904 Standard slim

I am looking forward to all the friendly posts on this forum.
As I only have one bobbin for my machine, I am going to try other vintage bobbins. I am in the midst of cleaning this machine so havenít tried, but I think that if a bobbin fits. As long as it is neither too loose or too snug that it should work. I will let you know when I try.
Thanks again for the friendly welcome.
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