Re: A little piece of history.
Originally Posted by deafoldbat
Possibly because certain people (no names, no pack drill
) are still using/hoarding the potential exhibits...
Snigger! Gimme more, gotta have more...[twitch]...
Grumpy old luddite who has no time for these modern plasticky things... grump... grouch... moan! Bernina 830 Record; Singer 201k (1949), knee-op 201k (1952) which has gone back to original owner; alloy 201k (1954); hand-crank 201k (1939); Singer 222k Featherweight (1957); Bernette 334D overlocker, Singer 15k (1940), Singer 28 (1903), treadle/hand-crank Singer 28k (1899) in mahogany & walnut drawing room cabinet....the Singer 99k (1947) has now been gifted to my SIL...Able 290 patcher with cylinder arm and a swivel-footed vertical feed...Pfaff 30...the list is growing...! (caveat: Vintage Vampire - read her threads at your own risk...before you know it you'll be hooked and scouring e-bay...)