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151  SEWING IN GENERAL / Sewing Machines: Discussion and Questions / how do I identify my sewing machine? on: January 20, 2009 02:09:54 PM
Hey, all. I've been lurking around here for months now, but decided I should finally register and join in, so I should probably introduce my self. My name is Karen, and I've been sewing (on and off) since I was 12 or so (I'm 43). I've been sewing a LOT more since I discovered you guys (you're inspiring!), and now I've got a question.

How do I identify my sewing machine? It's a White, and I bought it new about 7 years ago. Since then I've moved twice, and the manual is long gone. I'd like to order  another manual for it, but have no idea how to tell what model I've got. It isn't any of the ones currently on their website (going by the picture/description), and there doesn't appear to be a model number on the machine itself. Unless I'm not looking in the right place, which is also a possibility.

I can take it in to the shop and ask the guy there, but I'd rather not if the model number going to be somewhere embarrassingly obvious.

Also, is there a list of feet, with pictures, somewhere? I picked up a mixed box at a junk shop recently, and there are several feet floating around in it. They look pretty new and they fit my machine, but I have no idea what they're for.
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