My sewing days are running out. Soon my sister and I leave for Mexico. As usual, I have a dozen
and it takes A LOT for me to like the style, colour and fit of a swimsuit. With a few changes,
Every time I make a pair of pants (trousers) for myself I first take a look at this photo. No,
Perhaps you remember my Singer 421G, a convertible free arm sewing machine made in Germany in 1954. “Amber” for short!
I won’t be buying any more Vintage Sewing Machines. That’s it. I’m done. Why? Well, because I have my Rocketeer!
and there are strange goings on in our hotel room… I spent last weekend out of town, with one night
A while ago I purchased two fabrics – both 85% polyester and 15% rayon knits – a Chevron pattern, one a
My new Baby is a 1954 Singer Slant-o-matic Convertible, model 421G. I’m calling her “Amber”. She was “Made in Germany”.
Vintage Sewing Machines! I didn’t know I did, but it has been proven that I do. Ever since I
I have certainly learned a lot cleaning up Ilona – my Singer 15-88. As you know from this post my