From: Melanie T
Date: 12-14-2006, 01:10 PM (1 of 2)
These are just sitting here and getting in the way. I live in Canada, but we will be be visiting the states this weekend, so if you can use them please let me know asap.
If you need this, you will know what I am talking about:
clothsetter for kenmore 19000 emb. machine
I bought it on ebay hoping I could use it for my ergo, but it is not set right to work with the 19010. The box says 59.99, I think i paid $30, but if you can use it I will send it for shipping or trade for whatever you would like to send me for fun.
Singer buttonholer attachment. Attaches to the shank of your sewing machine and allows your straight stitch machine to make 4 types/sizes of buttonholes with the included dies. I paid $1 for it at a garage sale to fit my singer 99k, it works great, but face it who is going to use this when they have a computerized machine sitting here. Again free for shipping or send me something neat.
New in package binder foot/setup for my Janome 1000cp, $99. I took it out of the package, looked at it and it has been sitting here for 6months. I paid $150 for it in June. Am also thinking of selling the coverpro, but would prefer to do it locally because of shipping. I bought clear feet for several mamas here about the same time. I also have a clear foot in the same condition, $40 for the cp.
I have lots of positive itrader feedback at thebabywearer.com under topview and on ebay under topview1.
4 little sewing machine mechanics (6, 4, 2, Born June 14)
User: Melanie T
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From: LeapFrog Libby
Date: 12-15-2006, 12:22 PM (2 of 2)
Your Singer Buttonhole attachment sounds like mine.. It fits my Featherweight 221... Makes the most fantastic buttonholes.. I still use it to make most of mine.. My Janome makes good ones, specially the ones for knits, but you cannot beat that Singer Buttonhole maker.. Find a Featherweight 221 owner and I bet you would get it sold very quickly.. Mine is in the Green plastic box it came in with fitted slots for the discs to fit in.. and also the flat plate that you screw on to cover the feed dogs...
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