Photos from Florida's Capital City (and occasionally a few from other interesting places I have been fortunate enough to visit in my travels!)
That is a sweet looking sewing machine. I'd be tempted to buy it even though I sew once in a blue moon.
I had once a green sewing machine too, but not a Singer!
i like the color too!
"One man's meat is another man's poison". I saw I post about a sewing machine museum somewhere. This would fit nicely there.
I had no idea sewing machines came in colors other than black. Nice!
so very cool!
It is a great color. I wonder if it still works.
That is a goodie. Wonder if it works. Looks like it's set up to demo if need be. You didn't buy it, heh? My mother was a seamstress and always sewed on a Singer.
I am almost sure it still works!
What a fun, old machine!! Love the color! Don't think I've seen such a colorful one before although I have had several Singers in my lifetime! Great post for the day as always, Lois!! Have a great day!!
That is in good shape, quite a throwback to an earlier time.
a real classic and pretty too.
Cool color from my childhood! Tom The Backroads Traveller
I've never seen such a coloured one either! Cool find, Lois.
My mother has a similar machine. I have used it, but it was a couple of years ago.
It's wonderful! Wish I had it!
I'm like VP and I would love to use it!
My father was a tailor. Singer also had a machine. But so that you had to drive her leg.
I like this color too. It's so vintage. I've just recently seen a picture of a vintage kitchen that had this color throughout. What a nice relic this is. I wonder from what era it belongs.
Have never seen anything but a black Singer. That is one of my favorite colors (but it still wouldn't tempt me to sew ;>)!
I wonder if it still works?
An oldie but goodie. With a bit of machine oil and a good cleaning it might even work!
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