This was my very first Singer. It's a toy machine that sews a chain stitch. I made my first doll quilt on it when I was four.
The Singer 600E was the top of the line when it came out in the early 60's!
It has more fancy stitches than I'll ever use.
My Singer 347 is a great quilter with the walking foot attached.
I just love the color of this one!
The 457 is great for everyday mending when my other machines are set up for projects.
My grandma gave me this machine, which I used exclusively until I started acquiring the "grown-up" Singers.
I love my sergers for seams, gathering
and giving that nice, finished look!
No sewing room would be complete
without an embroidery machine.
This Featherweight Singer was given to me by a very dear friend. Made in 1933, it has the distinction of being my oldest machine...and it still works!
I love having several machines to set up for different tasks. It saves time during projects.