It has two letters followed by a series of six numbers.
The "White Sewing Machine", as it was first named, entered production in 1876.
It was popular in its time, and some of them remain. He then designed the sewing machine which would shortly become Singer's answer to the White machine.
Please remember, if you have questions about your machine, always mention the mods! Kenmore Sewing Machine Record in space provided below the model number and serial number of this appliance. Whenever you're ready to sew, so is your sewing plage. STARTING TO SEW 28 Machine setting chart 29 Straight stitching 29-34 Fastening a seam, Turning a square corner, Removing fabric, Top-stitching, darning, Temporary sewing by machine, Zipper application-cording, Narrow hemming, Quilting Zigzag stitching 35-38 Overcasting, Satin stitching. 2 and set pressure regulator at 2 or 3 before using this foot. Be sure to remove excess oil by wiping foot thoroughly and sewing on a scrap of fabric.
The model number and serial number are located on the nomenclature plate, as identified on Page 3 of this booklet. Bar tacking, Appliqueing, Embroidery, Monogramming, Button sewing Mending and overcast stitching 39 Box stitch 40 Blind hemming 41 -42 Scallop stitch , 43 Stretch stitches 44-47 Adjusting stitch length, Adjusting stitch balance, Straight stretch stitch, Rick-rack stretch, Feather stretch, Smocking stretch, Elastic stretch, Overcast stretch, Paris point stretch Getting the most from fabrics that give 48-49 Hints on sewing different fabrics 49 Buttonhole making 50 - 58 Decorative Embroidery designs 59 - 60 WARRANTY Inside back cover 1 1. LIGHT/POWER SWITCH Your machine will not operate unless the light/power switch is turned on. ADJUSTALBLE HOLDER Replace the regular presser foot with the adjustable holder when using narrow hemmer and edge stitcher attachment. Insert the opposite end into the large hole of the attachment.
I'm more of a piecer, than an embellisher, so all I really need is a super straight stitch, along with the occassional zig zag for when I actually NEED to sew on a button by machine, or perhaps join scraps of batting together to make a piece that is big enough for whatever quilt I am getting ready to quilt! Nothing in the world can connect you to Quiltmakers Past than feeling the hum of their machines beneath your fingertips as the fabric pieces feed through. She came with bobbins, needles, thread, and the green button holer attachment box.