(4)Rollyandrose, Not all left of center machines can use twin needles due to the fact that they are straight stitch machines with a straight stitch needleplate,
(26)Bill, Best to put pics under photos. If I recall correctly we have more space there. Maria
(6)Is your machine a left needle machine? If so you can't use a regular twin needle, you need one made for left needle position machines. Another possibility is
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(3)Post a Picture so I can see what it look like, we may have a manual that will help you, I have quite a few Japanese Machine Manuals and posted them on the
(3)You need to know if it is a screw in or a slide in with a twist. Get a flashlight and look. On Jun 7, 2015 5:34 PM, "Brenda Bland firstname.lastname@example.org
(5)I have 9 Morse and as Cari tell you, use the zigzag plate and don't worry about left or right position, just sew, SMILE... Susan in South Carolina.
(4)Thanks for the input on the Morse Dressmaker 1000. I am labeling it as made in the 70s. I am doing this for one of the thrift shops and the parts are off some
(4)It is the same. I found out they had a number of department stores including Chicago and Washington DC. I have found a manual for this machine. My Aldens is
(4)Bobbie, I haven't tried anywhere yet because I don't know what size belt I need yet... :( Dana in OK Sent from my iPad
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