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1  SEWING IN GENERAL / Sewing Machines: Discussion and Questions / A few vintage questions... on: April 07, 2009 05:16:32 AM
I read on patternreview somewhere that it is pretty easy to sew your finger using a vintage 50s Singer 301/401. Is this true? I love the idea of refurbished all metal, but I am clumsy, very clumsy.

I am mostly looking to do some quilting, are these machines, singer 301/401 good choices? I don't need a great buttonhole, just a walking foot, a 1/4" foot, a free motion foot...thats about it. Just a pefect straight stitch, everything else is gravy.

If not the Singers, what would suit my needs?
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