Lady B wrote:You could teach your Father to sew bags on that machine............
They're amazing old machines, aren't they?
mazbag wrote:... when I figured out how to thread it up (thanks to the original instruction leaflet)....
mazbag wrote:My machine was made in 1928 in Scotland. Since it was manufactured the year that my mother was born, I can only suppose it was bought by/for her mother.
daffysil wrote:Wow, I just checked with my parents and the machine we have at home, in Italy, is from 1924!
daffysil wrote:I have never tried using that one
but now you make me desire to give it a try when I am back home,
daffysil wrote:And another one I got as a present from the wife of my neighbour (who was an amasing tailor, still working in his nineties!) may be a sister of yours, Tabatuga, as it is exactly as old as yours and comes from Monza as well,
daffysil wrote:Mazbag, thanks for posting this link!
Tabatuga wrote:Hi Daffysil, where it was produced?
Tabatuga wrote:Bless the wife of your neighbour.
Tabatuga wrote:When I have time I will post a pic!
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