I can’t believe I didn’t blog about this beauty either. If I did, I can’t find it in my blog archive.
She is sweet, and quiet, and a straight stitcher only. Sew cute.
She will be joining us when we head North this week.
I've never heard of that brand sewing machine...is that from the tv company?Kristie
Those are some cute machines. I oiled one of the machines today. Still trying to un-stick the stitch knob. I'm going to put it in the garage for a few weeks. Maybe the heat out there will help free up the knob.
I like all sewing machines. However, the straight-stitch machines of the 50s and 60s are my favorite. I have a Bel Air Imperial that is a twin to your Kenmore 27. I think they are fabulous.
This is a new brand to me as well - but someone is going to love her! blessings, marlene
That is a beauty. I love those class 15 Japanese made machines from that era. Just lovely. Strong, quiet and so pleasing to use. Can't get a machine like that brand new these days. No wonder no one sews. Who would want to use those plastic things?
Have a great time heading North. They will love getting these machines. You have a wonderful heart.
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