Today I drove west 150 miles to fetch my Wheeler and Wilson Number 8. When I arrived at my destination, there were five additional machines to greet me, along, of course, with the most wonderful couple in the Finger Lakes. We laughed about my first visit. I was so excited looking at all of their wonderful antiques and vintage sewing stuff. There was a gorgeous spool cabinet and I opened it right up, just like I was family... OOPS......it contained some valuables. Oh we had a laugh about my gall.
Last June when I first met them, I had the grand tour of all the machines. I went after a Howe and came home with several additional machines. I think my haul was five machines then. This time I came home with six. We were all amazed that I fit the W & W 8 with its treadle base, a Singer 15-91 and its cabinet, a Singer 99-13 and its cabinet, an Elna Super matic, a Domestic, and a darling Singer 128 complete with a gorgeous excellent condition carrying case in the Jetta sport wagon. Where there is a will there is a way.
|1935 Singer 15-91|
|1925 Singer 128|
|1930 Singer 99-13|
|Foot pedal for 99-13. Right, my size ten is going to fit that!!!!|
|The Elna Supermatic|