The "keys" at the top of the machine select the stitch.
I am never going to sew with this machine. I have to face it. I adore it, none the less. I bought it because I wanted to save it from the dump. I thought I would clean it up and sell it. The loose belt worries me, though. I doubt it will break anytime soon. But when I sell a machine, I like to know it is working. So I will keep this one for the museum and sell my "Good" 319W. Its belt is fine and it is in better cosmetic shape. Plus it comes with a very nice base. It also has the original light green wiring. I also have an original manual. Am I sad? Not really. I have too many machines.
|Singer 391W vintage 1956?|