Dating vintage sewing machine
Here in The Quilting Room, we get a lot of questions about both antique and vintage Singer sewing machines.
Anything from dating the machines, identifying the machine, how to use the machine, and more.
It is nice to have but know that Singer is the only sewing machine company you can do this with.
I use ISMACS database for Singer Sewing Machine serial numbers.
To identify antique treadle machines, note design features, serial numbers and trademarks.
I wish I could say that we have every machine Singer ever made with a full tutorial on how to use the machine. You can see the posts we have on Singer sewing machines here.
Below you will find the most common questions we get.
This list will be updated as needed so be sure to bookmark it or pin it for future reference.
That page is automatically updated with each new Singer post we do. Note: If it has a W in front of it, it refers to White sewing machines not Singer sewing machines.
The next thing to do is to download a manual if you don't have one. In the search box put in the model number for your machine, i.e. ISMACS has manuals for some Singer attachments as well.
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Hopefully, this post will help answer all those questions and more for you.