I came across an estate sale on the weekend and decided to have a look around. I was super excited to find this antique Singer sewing machine. After bringing it home, I did some looking around in the internet and from what I can tell it is a Singer Model 128 from around 1936.
The machine has been well loved over the years. It has lots of minor dings and scratches, but it sews like a dream. It is amazing how little has changed over the years. However I did find this manual invaluable when it came to oiling and threading the machine and winding the bobbin. The machine has only one stitch but it does it beautifully. Here’s a Sorbetto blouse that I whipped up with it.