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Singer Sewing Machine

I bought this sewing machine today from Craiglist for $40.00. It needs a cleaning and servicing which I plan to do myself following a posting on You Tube.
Not much happening around here, I have been working on my dress sloper, bought a few vintage patterns and read all you guys blog. Enjoy the pic below:


Comments

MAD14kt said…
Get price!!! Someone gave me a Singer 5528 today. It too needs some cleaning and servicing. What plans do you have for your new machine? Enjoy your Easter! :)
Sheila said…
Congrsts on your new baby.
Melodye said…
One day I'm going to find one of these. Good job. Enjoy!!
Elaray said…
I love the look of that machine! It looks like something out of Flash Gordon!
Eugenia said…
I love the look of your new machine, it's beautiful!
alethia said…
Thank you for your kind comments. I am going to clean it up myself following one of the many videos posted on You-Tube. My ultimate goal is to set up a not for profit business to teach kids and young adults how to sew and to reward one of two of my students with one of the machines I am collecting.

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