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Wednesday, September 3, 2014

Humdinger of a Singer!

Just a reminder that there will be no Share Your Cup this week.  Hope to see you here on the 10th!

Thought you might enjoy seeing my newest little (old) child’s sewing machine.  It’s a humdinger of a singer!

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They said it is rare to find one with a case.

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Soon I’ll be stitching the night away with my quilting friends!

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Have fun and we’ll see you next week!

hugs,

Jann

22 comments:

kate steeper said...

Deeply envious

Debby said...

Me too, Kate.

Cathy @ My 1929 Charmer said...

Oh what a cutie, I've recently found two vintage Singer's at garage sales. In those days they were a great machine. I've been quilting after a 30 year hiatus.

Rose L said...

I remember my mom having one similar where the wheel was almost bigger than the machine!

Charlene said...

I have never see one soooooo small. How adorable! And having it in the case is such the extra bonus. ENJOY!

Junkchiccottage said...

Jann,
Super cute vintage find. Wow in a case too! Great score.
Kris

Babs R said...

Cute sewing machine! See you next week for Share Your Cup.

Sarah said...

This is adorable! My mother-in-law had a mini Singer.

cynthia lee designs said...

Love your vintage sewing machine!! If it goes missing...I don't have it in my sewing room. LOL...
~Cindy

sweetvintageofmine said...

Too SWEET!! It's a keeper...unless Cindy Lee gets a hold of it!! LOL! Blessings~~~Roxie

Judy said...

Cute sewing machine. I will be back next week to link up. Have a great week.

Beverly Kirk said...

The Singer is oh so sweet!!!

Creations By Cindy said...

Oh my goodness she is so precious! Love this little sewing machine! Hugs and blessings, Cindy

AnnMarie aka Vintage Junkie aka NaNa said...

Wow, can you really use that! I love the petite size and vintage look.

The Victorian Girl said...

How lucky to find one in a case! My little Singer looks just like yours except mine just came in an old cardboard store box. It did have the clamp though that you clamp it to the table with. I used to work at a quilt shop and one of my coworkers had hers from her childhood. She even had the manual and I was able to copy a few pages. It tells how to actually make a skirt with the machine, so yes, it does actually work! Also, mine didn't have a needle in it, so we were able to take hers out and match it up to a serger needle! I still haven't tried mine out yet.
Have fun with your quilting friends and make lots of great quilts and memories!

Vickie @ Ranger 911 said...

Your adorable little sewing machine would make a nice addition to my collection. I've got 2 and I think I need 3 to call it a collection. :)

Have fun!

Jerry E Beuterbaugh said...

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Susie said...

Jann, I will be in Salt Lake City on Thursday.. I may try to give you a comment or call. Blessings, xoxo,Susie

Tanya Rachelle said...

Love it!!!
~Tanya

camp and cottage living said...

What a find. Jann! Love it.

Kris Anderson said...

have tons of fun!!!

Hugs

Maria Elena said...

Thank you so much for hosting. Enjoy your day! Maria