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Several parts are missing, it's not in great shape, and it's basically non-functionalbut it still is a wonderful piece of family memorabilia, and I love having it in my home.
My flat screen TV usually lives on top of the Singer cabinet, so I look at it every day.
Several years ago, I was given an antique Singer treadle sewing machine that has been passed down through my family for a few generations.
I had no idea when it was manufactured or its model number.
Collecting sewing patterns can be a really fun (and expensive) past-time.
One of the most fun aspects of this can be hunting down more information about a particular pattern.
Knowing more about your vintage sewing machine can help you make the most of this addition to your home.
Here you’ll find links to download completely free, completely adorable vintage sewing patterns.
Whether you just want to ogle the fashion illustrations or get your hands dirty and make a new look, it's worth browsing the well-organized site.
Closeups of patterns and vintage fabric swatches of American quilts from the 1800s to the 1950s. AUTHORBIO: Bobbie Aug and Sharon Newman met in Paducah, Kentucky, at the 1989 American Quilter's Society Show.
Both were in the first group tested and certified as quilt appraisers by AQS.
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