|1921 Singer 66 Redeye hand crank|
|1910 New Home A|
|decals on New Home|
|belt added for bobbin winder|
|belt on bobbin winder|
I was going to convert my 'Princess' clone machine, but, I was contacted by a lady in one of my quilt guilds. She had a treadle that was left by the previous owner of her house. She already had several machines, and didn't want the treadle anymore. Her hubby kept mentioning putting it by the curb, but, she'd been reading my blog and knew of my Sewing Machine Addiction Disorder (SMAD). I am now the proud owner of a Standard treadle.
|the drawers have a neat way of locking in place|
|Standard treadle sewing machine|
|top of treadle, not the best of shape|
|hinge flap over bobbin case|
I won't be keeping this machine. I just want to get it up and running and pass it on to someone else. I can only fit one more treadle in the house right now, and I'm waiting on a White brand treadle base to fit my White Rotary treadle head. We'll see if/when I ever get one.
You'll be seeing more of my machine in the near future, as I get them ready to show at my quilt guilds quilt show. If you are going to be in the Chicago area March 10 & 11, stop by and check out the quilts (and come visit me, too, at the show). More info is here.