Jones Hand

Jones Hand

Sunday, December 13, 2009

After photos Singer 30

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Rob managed to get most of the pitting out of the plate using a combination of sanding filing and polishing. It took a while but the end results were well worth it.
There is still a few parts the he needs to find (minor).
She turns over beautifully. Have not had her sewing yet though. Rob is very happy with the final result.
CheersLynne and Rob


Stacy (S.E.W.Butterfly) said...

Turned out awesome! It's beautiful!

Daniƫlle said...

Can hear her purring with Joy! Rob did a great job!! It is almost unbelieveble it is the same Singer, whowwww!! Have a nice day.

Anne-Mette said...

Ooh, so beautiful hte little Singer turned out.
Wisj´h you and your family wonderful december days.

Taryn said...

She's very pretty now. He's a miracle worker.

Betweens said...

I love this machine the way it looks.. the look of the mechanics and the overall appearance (compact)..please let us know how she runs..this so far is my favorite.
he did a great job refurbishing this beauty what a great talent

Anonymous said...

Hello Lynne, thank you so much for your advice with my little featherweight...I was unsure.....and have a thing about tensions..I knew I had to use the same thread for the top and all your machines...Warm Regards Lyn

Meredith said...

She is so pretty. What a nice job. The quilt below it is sweet also.

Karen said...

Wonderful little machine and I love the quilt under it.

Jenny in Belgium said...

What a beauty she turned out - well done and certainly worth the extra effort - happy New Year and a healthy 2010 to you.

Rae Ann said...

I just stumbled onto your blog and I am so happy that I did!
I love the old Singer Sewing machines and have some of the old toy machines as well. They are so fun to collect.
The machines that you showed on this post just had me drolling!
The quilt is very beautiful.
Have a very Happy New Year!