Puzzle box question- blades?

Old 06-08-2015, 09:24 AM
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I picked up a Singer 127 recently with a puzzle box in the drawer. The attachment guide say no. 27 attachments. It seems to be complete with a couple of extra bits. (another bobbin and small screwdriver are in the Evaporust) The squiggly piece on the left matches the part in the book-Is that the underbraider? My question is what is the other squiggly one and what are the things that look like blades?
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Old 06-08-2015, 09:35 AM
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the blade things look like button hole cutters (not part of the set)

The two in the front are the Shirr plate (right - half circle thing) works with the ruffler when you remove the attached one - for puffing and shirring. The other is the underbraider.
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Thank you Cathy! I knew YOU would know and tried to scan through your posts but I couldn't seem to find parts that exactly matched!
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I'm hoping some day someone does some kind of tutorial on underbraiders so I know how to use one.
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I'm hoping some day someone does some kind of tutorial on underbraiders so I know how to use one.
I think watched one yesterday on YouTube. It didn't look exactly like the one I just got but I think after seeing how it works I could possibly figure it out. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7zIG9PEz4eE
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C'mon Miriam, it's a Muv
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I watched it, too
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