Sewmor collection

Old 11-20-2013, 04:49 PM
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Well, so far my machine acquisitions has been a bit hodge podge. A little of this brand, a bit of that brand, and singles of several brands, with the majority being Singers, Kenmores and Sewmors.

But in the midst of all this I've suddenly realized I have an actual brand name collection blooming.

So just for the fun of it here is my Sewmor collection so far:

Sewmor 202, Full Size, 15 clone ( not here yet )
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Sewmor 303, 3/4 size, aluminum, Singer 99K-10 clone.
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Sewmor 404, Full size, Black 15 - 66 hybrid clone
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Sewmor 404, Full size, Silver 15 - 66 hybrid clone
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Sewmor 505, 3/4 size, aluminum - not sure what this one is a clone of, if anything
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Sewmor 606, Full Size
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I'm also watching a Sewmor 900 ZZ machine.


I'm not sure why these Sewmor machines seem to attract me, but I do like them and they sew nice.

The old saying goes: One's a find, two's a coincidence, three's a collection.

Joe

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Old 11-20-2013, 05:05 PM
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Beautiful machines and nice collection. When you say "clone" does that mean they are re-badged machines or made similar to the machine they are a clone of?
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ragquilter,

I'm sure Sewmor machines are badged machines. But yes, the term clone does mean a machine similar to or a copy of say a Singer Mdl 15 or what ever model.

Joe

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The 606 is calling to me. I love the spool holder, its the first one I have seen like that.
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SunflowerZZ,

I've seen two of them on shopgoodwill.com. I got this one from Miriam.

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Those are all nice looking machines.
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Nice collection Joe. You already mentioned the 303 to me. The 303 and 505 are going on my "watch for" list. I like the little portables and unless I get real lucky somehow the featherweights are way over my budget.
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My Sewmor 202 (Blue) is one of the Few electric machines i have left.. It needs a new home.... hehehe
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All pretty, but I love the silver one!
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Well now I can see I need to check out the Sewmor! I have by pass them in the past. Thanks Joe now I know I will be bring another brand in!!! Very nice machines you have there!
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