|Still with the $20 price sticker!|
I was told that the woman who donated it was the original owner, said it does work, and is a "workhorse" but she was elderly and didn't sew anymore so she donated it. I love that it has a sticker inside with her name and previous address, as well as a receipt for some repairs made in 1998. Imagine that -- she owned the machine for 27 years before needing to do any repairs! (That's what I'm presuming since she kept everything else with the machine.)
|Look at the pristine striped interior! The piece covering the machine is a piece that comes off so you have a free arm to work with -- great for doing things like leg or arm seams.|
|Still in the box, but looking good, quite clean and well-cared for!|
|The booklets that were included.|
|At look at the fashions in the "For Fashion or Fun" booklet.|
The only thing it looks like I might have to fork over some cash for is if I want a different presser foot (or possibly "feet" should I need more which are used for different stitches) and cams E-K if the stitches they create of use to me. All these little parts add up quickly, so if I do need extras I'm hoping to run across bulk lots to keep the prices down. Who knows, I haven't even taken it out of the case yet to play, so there may very well be more presser feet hiding in there somewhere, now wouldn't that be a nice surprise?