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twin needles

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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,
Maria Goetz
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Jun 25

Re: New file uploaded to vintagejapansewingmachines

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Bill, Best to put pics under photos. If I recall correctly we have more space there. Maria
Maria Goetz
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Jun 25

broken twin needless

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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
karry_smith2003
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Jun 25

My Universal sewing machine :)

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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
susanjuara
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Jun 17

Bulb

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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 brbland44@yahoo.com
Patricia Mauer
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Jun 17

Morse Deluxe Zig-Zag

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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.
susanjuara
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Jun 9

Morse Dressmaker model 1000

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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
sammie simpson
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May 19

Unknown Japanese Sewing Machine

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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
bama120255
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May 7

Brother 210 manual?

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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
Dana
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May 7
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