Husqvarna Consew vintage

Old 08-15-2022, 04:15 PM
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Flea market find of a Husqvarna Consew vintage sewing machine. It is missing the shuttle and bobbin case. I'm considering having someone refurbish this machine for me. Does anyone know if it is possible to find these pieces for a machinevthis old. I think it is 1950 era. Thanks
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Flea market find of a Husqvarna Consew vintage sewing machine. It is missing the shuttle and bobbin case. I'm considering having someone refurbish this machine for me. Does anyone know if it is possible to find these pieces for a machinevthis old. I think it is 1950 era. Thanks
I have a new Consew. I hate it with a passion. I do hear that the old ones are really good, but I'm sorry, I don't know where you can get parts. The company was bought out by a Chinese firm not too long ago.
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Originally Posted by Cathyboyer
Flea market find of a Husqvarna Consew vintage sewing machine. It is missing the shuttle and bobbin case. I'm considering having someone refurbish this machine for me. Does anyone know if it is possible to find these pieces for a machinevthis old. I think it is 1950 era. Thanks
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I've never heard of those names combined on one machine. Perhaps a picture would help.
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I am with Janey on this one. Those two words for the same machine give me pause. Perhaps it was misrepresnted.
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