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Previously Loved Sewing Machines

Check out what we currently have!

All our previously loved sewing machines have been all serviced by our on-site Service Technician Stan Rimmer, who has over 40 yrs experience in domestic and industrial service They are sold as they came in as far as accessories and books. Some come with and some you will have to add them on yourself. I will not be listing everything with each machine on this site. So please pop into our shop or See Full Article

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    Seam Guide (395731-64)

    Be assured that your seams are always consistent. Attach the seam guide to the machine to achieve perfect seam allowances. This is especially useful when sewing wide hems.

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    Seam Guide (426620-30)

    Be assured that your seams are always consistent. Attach the seam guide to the machine to achieve perfect seam allowances. This is especially useful when sewing wide hems.

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    Standard Metal Foot (395710-03)

    Every machine comes equipped with some version of this foot because it is the one most often used for straight stitches, zigzag stitches longer than 1.0, and other utility stitches. Some versions feature a button that locks the foot in a horizontal position helping to sew over multiple layered seams. It's a real help!

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    Standard Metal Foot (395805-36)

    Every machine comes equipped with some version of this foot because it is the one most often used for straight stitches, zigzag stitches longer than 1.0, and other utility stitches. Some versions feature a button that locks the foot in a horizontal position helping to sew over multiple layered seams. It's a real help!

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    Standard Metal Foot (395719-29)

    Every machine comes equipped with some version of this foot because it is the one most often used for straight stitches, zigzag stitches longer than 1.0, and other utility stitches. Some versions feature a button that locks the foot in a horizontal position helping to sew over multiple layered seams. It's a real help!

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    Straight Stitch Foot (395719-60)

    Have you experienced puckering and skipped stitches on lightweight fabrics? The flat underside and small needle entry hole on this foot are designed for straight stitch sewing on these fabrics.

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    Straight Stitch Foot (395771-18)

    Have you experienced puckering and skipped stitches on lightweight fabrics? The flat underside and small needle entry hole on this foot are designed for straight stitch sewing on these fabrics.

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    Straight Stitch Foot (395719-20)

    Have you experienced puckering and skipped stitches on lightweight fabrics? The flat underside and small needle entry hole on this foot are designed for straight stitch sewing on these fabrics.

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    Tape Guide Attachment (396001-85)

    Begin with a stripe, print or solid to create a unique contrast trim. Attachment folds and inserts bias strip into seam. Use with piping foot to create corded piping.

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    Taping Foot (496245-20)

    A very versatile foot! Quickly and accurately sew 1 cm (3/8") ribbon or tape to fabric with Cover Hem Wide. Use with cord guide and decorative thread to create braid trims or insert tape into seams to stabilize stretch fabrics.