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Singer stylist machine mod 413 ser#fc709655

Old 08-31-2015, 05:47 PM
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I has been quite a while since it was serviced but to my knowledge, the gear has not broken.
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Old 08-31-2015, 10:18 PM
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Sandygirl, very pretty machine, hope you get it stitching correctly
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Old 09-01-2015, 05:35 PM
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Originally Posted by sewbeadit View Post
Sandygirl, very pretty machine, hope you get it stitching correctly
Thank you. Just heading down memory lane makes me smile. Sooooo long ago now. ......

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According to ISMACS { http://www.ismacs.net/singer_sewing_...s-400-499.html } the 413 series was made from 1972 to 1978. (the 1973 in my post above is a typo). The 413 from 72 to 73 and the 413K from 72 to 78


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Thank you for clarifying when the Stylist 413 was produced. My parents gave me one on Christmas, 1972……purchased from Sears. After not having used mine for about 25 years, I took it to a very seasoned sewing machine repair guy to service it. I picked it up yesterday and got reacquainted with my old friend…….she runs great again! No repairs were required. Oh the very sweet memories of being with my parents buying my machine. They likely stretched the budget to get me one I even took the lessons.

As I enjoy my computerized machines, my thoughts always takes me back to my early years of sewing.

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Originally Posted by Sandygirl View Post
...After not having used mine for about 25 years, I took it to a very seasoned sewing machine repair guy to service it. I picked it up yesterday and got reacquainted with my old friend…….she runs great again! No repairs were required. Oh the very sweet memories of being with my parents buying my machine. They likely stretched the budget to get me one I even took the lessons....
Thank you for sharing your experience with the sewing machine you have fond memories of. Glad it is working well, again. It really warms my heart to read about things like this.

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