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… a lovely Singer.
Oh it's gawjus Vikki!!! Is it yours??? If it is maybe you should call her Nellie, or Miranda - two fabulous Aussie "Singers" ;o).Love n hugs,Joy :o) xxxPS ... I'll be down there to visit you in a couple of weeks - WooHoo :D
He looks very handsome
Love your Singer.Love my Singers.Love ALL Singers.I am envious of your cabinet.Did I say I am envious of your cabinet.I do have one Featherweight Table though and wouldn't part with it for a cabinet, though.But now here's the dilemma. I have a 1948 and a 1953 Featherweight. Not as old as your's because I can see the detail in your faceplate.The dilemma is - son has shipped me a Singer Model 15 with wooden case with the rounded top. Where to use it - where to store it.Your post has given me a push to get those three Singers a right proper home and showcase 'round here.Love your posts, Vikki.hugsGerry
Lovely! I have a 99K rescued from my husbands work (the mental asylum bit that closed - it was called that). It is wonderful, I use it for embroidery and it's beautiful - enjoy.
Your Singer is lovely. I am lucky enough to have one and always have my eye out for another. Although I don't know where I would put it!
Looks so much like the one my Grandmother had when I was a little girl. That was almost fifty years a go and it was a pedal one. Still can see her pedal that sewing machine. Well always remember when she got a new machine she complain for years that it wasn't as good as her Singer.
OOohhh.....its gorgeous Vik!! I love your sewing machine and arent we lucky ducks getting these lovely old machines to treasure :) Hugs Vicki xxx
I love Singer too. My Singer is very, very old - from 1893, his fabric number is 11777974:-)
Hi Vikki,Ohh, you lucky lady!Looks fabulous in your newly painted room. Creative hugs,Anna
Oh she is just beautiful ! I love her xxx
OH very nice Vicki :) I have a singer too <3
So what'sup? why you no blog now?
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