Monday, 25 March 2013
Rear Inspection Plate on the 1936 Singer 201K Treadle
It has a beautiful Celtic design and positively gleams after a good going over with the metal polish.
When I got this machine I enjoyed visiting Gavin Henderson's blog Oil and Thread and studying his 1950 version of the same machine. Same cabinet, same decals, but Gavin has the post-war striped faceplate and rear plate, and there are a couple of other minor differences.
Not only has Gavin been cleaning up machines, but he's been doing some serious sewing too. You will have to search his blog and find a very nice felled seam.
People often send me pictures and messages, so I have decided to start posting links to Followers' blogs so you can admire their machines, and could well all end up visiting each other...