Singer sewing machine model dating
These dates and the information in this table relied heavily on many others' research for which I am deeply indebted, as well as my own.
Luckily, a quick search online yielded several resources that helped me narrow down my Singer's model number.
**Notice** I love vintage machines, but am not an expert.
I can't help you with repair, parts or dating or giving you an estimate on the value of your machine.
The best and easiest to navigate is Sandman Collectibles' online Singer identification guide.
around the late 1950's on-ward, most Singer Sewing Machines had their Model Numbers clearly visible on the front or base of most machines.
It seems the more "modern" machines advance to become computer driven and pre-programmed, producing die-cut perfection in their abilities, the more I feel that real skill is taken from the Quiltmaker, and atrributed rather to the machine, instead of the person driving it! Click the highlighted name to view any associated blog post to learn more about each machine and how they came to abide with me. Featherweight Fanatics Antiques of a Mechanical Nature Sewing Machines at Ruby Lane Sewing Machine Collector Sewing machine Dating charts for Singer Machines ID Your Singer Model Singer Decals Bob Campbell's Guild to Toy Sewing Machines Vintage Singer Sewing Machine Blog Care and Maintenance of Treadle Base Machine Conversion and Tubing Belt Cleaning and Refurbishing of Singer Machines ((66 & 99)) Info on VS, 127, 128 Singers Trade Literature from the Smithsonian --fascinating!