Here's a great practical manual for learning your machine's very useful attachments.
Offered to you today is your chance to purchase an original Singer booklet. It's a student's manual of sewing machines and their attachments. You'll learn the principal parts and functions of Lock-Stitch Sewing Machines. Models 15, 66, 99, 101, 115, & 201 are specifically referenced, as well as the Featherweight 221. If you are the owner of one of these models, you'll benefit greatly from the information contained within these pages. MUCH, much more in the way of instructions than is offered in your machine's manual. Included are detailed illustrated instructions for using your attachments such as the bias cutting gauge, binder , foot hemmer, adjustable hemmer, edge stitcher, gathering foot & ruffler -- ALL SIX STANDARD ATTACHMENTS are covered.
Don't deny yourself the fun of learning each & every technique. Singer attachments are so well made that you can let THEM do the precision work -- once you learn how to use them, you will be amazed at your own sewing skills.
Some of Singer's Fashion Aids are advertised in the back of this booklet: Automatic Zigzagger, Braider, Buttonholer, Ripper / Threader, Material Gripper, (Penguin) Walking Presser Foot, Darning and Embroidery Attachment & more. You'll find some of these accessories offered in our shop, so do be sure to browse our other listings.
This softcover manual's copyright date is 1957, last revision date June, 1958. It contains a wonderful wealth of information in its 63 pages. Pages are in decent condition with some warping from dampness. Cover is sturdy and in very good condition.
I have no doubt in my mind that you'll never be sorry you purchased a copy of this not-too-common publication by Singer. Your machine will become so much more useful to you because of it!
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