Now I've Seen Everything...maybe
1/16/2016 09:47:27 am
Hi Barb. While I have never come across one of those bags for a foot controller and the cords and plugs, I did make one for a featherweight. I didn't like how there is a bracket for the foot controller in the lid, but the cord is just rolled up and put down with the machine allowing the plugs to bump or rattle around on the machine. I sewed a small double-thick black polar fleece bag for the cords to be placed in after rolling them up. This keeps the plugs away from the machine so they can't scratch any paint off.
9/25/2016 06:33:50 pm
If you had the opportunity to purchase one vintage sewing machine, which one would be the best one to purchase? I have seen numerous vintage machines for sale recently and want to make the right decision. I do like decorative stitches. Thank you!
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3/3/2018 08:54:45 pm
I have a couple of those little vinyl bags. I'm surprised you never ran across one before.
5/30/2021 08:04:24 pm
Thank you for this article. My wife and I just inherited her grandmother's Singer 201. This small cup was sitting, complete, in the compartment that you show in the image. We were baffled!
7/22/2021 11:57:19 am
I have that exact cabinet. It came with a singer 300 machine, 1951.. I just refurbished the machine and works like a champ. I love the lines of it.
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