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    Totosmom, yes I believe it is, as for the bobbin I'm really not sure. This is my first sewing machine, and I just found out it needs to be rewired, and right now I can't afford that. but it looks like a regular one I guess, lol I dunno!
    But thank you, I love all the same.

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    101 machine

    Startella,, this is the photos of my 101 machine. i hope they post Dottie Bug didnt work
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    photos still wont load just said failed dont know how to resize . Dottie bug

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    What a beautiful machine and cabinet too!! Wow!!
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    I remember them measuring fabric on that kind of machine too!! You can tell I'm middle aged.
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    She's pretty! Great cabinet, and love the flower on the seat!
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    Beautiful machine. Great for FMQ.

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    That is the nicest organization of feet, vintage style, that I've ever seen. really nice!

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    Name:  sewing machines 006.JPG
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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltingweb View Post
    Slowly moving them in from the garage.
    QW, I love that Franklin with the scarab decals. It reminds me of the Lotus decals of the Singer 66. Is it similar to the Singer 127?
    Dorothy in PA

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    I've been told it's the twin of my Singer 66...although, it has the shuttle bobbin instead of the round bobbin...so...hmmm...I just looked up a picture of a Sphinx 127 and I would say, yes...looks like the same machine.
    Last edited by quiltingweb; 09-27-2012 at 12:32 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lostn51 View Post
    Okay I will start it out with a couple of mine......

    Billy

    1921 Singer 66-1 Serial # G9115625
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    Nice Redeye!!

    My dad "rescues" old sewing machines and his count just toppled 110...

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    This is my New Home (serial/ head #: NHR652421). I inherited it from my husband's late grandpa (who owned it and was quite the seamster himself) . His name was Charles, so I named it "Charlie" after him.

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    I absolutely LOVE it and it is SUCH a workhorse!!

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    Name:  Copy of Singer 15-91.JPG
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Size:  183.0 KB This is a 1948 Singer 15-91 I inherited from my MIL. She sits in a number 65 cabinet. The bed is a bit pockmarked. I kind of like her that way, it gives her character.

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    Love it!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pennycandy View Post
    Name:  Copy of Singer 15-91.JPG
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Size:  183.0 KB This is a 1948 Singer 15-91 I inherited from my MIL. She sits in a number 65 cabinet. The bed is a bit pockmarked. I kind of like her that way, it gives her character.
    I have one that has pock marks - Some times I think the well worn machines are better than the ones that weren't used much.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pennycandy View Post
    Name:  Copy of Singer 15-91.JPG
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Size:  183.0 KB This is a 1948 Singer 15-91 I inherited from my MIL. She sits in a number 65 cabinet. The bed is a bit pockmarked. I kind of like her that way, it gives her character.
    She looks just like Karrie, my 15-90.

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    I got these yesterday!!! I'm so excited!! These are my first cabinets.
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    about different numbers and names for cabinets, how do I find out what mine are?
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    I was able to find the cabinet number on http://www.ismacs.net/home.html .

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    I believe that cabinet was originally sold for the 401.

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    Very nice machines since I have last been on this thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dottie Bug View Post
    photos still wont load just said failed dont know how to resize . Dottie bug
    You will need to resize it in your computer photo program and save it then. I'm not sure how to tell you how to do that if you have a PC. I use an Apple. Maybe you can ask on the QB if anyone can tell you by telling them which program (application) you are using... Hope that helps...

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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltjoey View Post
    You will need to resize it in your computer photo program and save it then. I'm not sure how to tell you how to do that if you have a PC. I use an Apple. Maybe you can ask on the QB if anyone can tell you by telling them which program (application) you are using... Hope that helps...
    On a PC I use irfanview which is free and pretty simple. On the iPad I just picked up a very slick little resizer called, surprisingly enough, iResize Very easy to use!

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