Vintage Singer advertising – cont’d again

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Elsie and I had our lunch sat in the sunshine in the garden today, which is a bit bizarre for March 1st. We even took our jumpers off, which doesn’t generally happen until April.

In view of that, and of the fact that tomorrow’s Friday and I’m in a silly mood anyhow, here’s another blast from the past, this time from 1971.  Hmmm … $60 off a new Touch ‘n’ Tangle, eh?

That must have set hearts racing.

And here’s another little gem pour le weekend.  Next week we’ll get ourselves back to more serious stuff, so get ready to take notes …

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2 responses

  1. Hey Sid,
    Great blog! I recently bought an old Singer machine at an auction for £7. I’ve just had it serviced & according to them it is in perfect working order – I am so thrilled. I am however a complete amateur when it comes to sewing & haven’t a clue where to start. So I wondered if you knew where I might be able to get hold of an instruction manual for it (if such a thing exists).
    I am not sure what model it is but it is electric & also has a light on it – any advice on how to identify the model also gratefully received.
    Thanks, hope you don’t mind me asking.
    Jenny