Ask a Question Here are the questions asked by community members. Read on to see the answers provided by the ThriftyFun community or ask a new question. We bought the sewing machine when we lived in England. It is a model But please be careful here, there are several model numbers that are very similar, but not the same!
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Please login or register. Craftster Tip: Do you know about all of these Craftster features? No folder. Offline Posts: Joined: Apr I need help identifying this Brother sewing machine. My boyfriend and I went to the thrift store to buy a cassette or two for around 50 cents each, and naturally we brought home a sewing machine.
After getting home we tested it out and it works perfectly, but we can't find what model this thing is. There's no model number on it, just a serial number. Re: I need help identifying this Brother sewing machine. That's a standard, class 15, HA-1 Japanese made machine.
There will probably be some numbers stamped into the casting, but it's doubtful that any will be the "model number". Jenny Blog.
Will you please override my limited 10 posts before unloading images? I have a brother sewing machine almost looks like that and wanted to know identification of this extremely heavy probably all steel brother machine I am extremely fascinating on this particular sewing machine Offline Posts: Joined: Feb I have one similar. Let me go track it down. You got a great score there. There is a model number located on a plate somewhere.
Sometimes located underneath, or in the upper top portion if you lift or remove it. I don't see it underneath the machine, so it might be on that top part, if you remove the top screws it will just lift off.
There is probably a panel there. You won't mess anything up, don't worry. As long as you don't touch anything in there. What is it that you need help knowing about it, other than the model? PM me, and I can help. I have five different machines, and worked for a fabric shop where we did repairs. I can time my needle bars on all of my machines. Brother probably has a webpage where you could upload the photo, and they can help identify it for you correctly.
If you can't find the plate with the ID information. They are hard to find. To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment. Offline Posts: Joined: Feb add to buddy List topics by this member messages by this member images by this member. Sure looks like a great work horse. It also looks well cared for. I hope it sews as good as it looks. Good luck in finding the info. Wish I could help.
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Forum Main Old Brother sewing machine is it worth it? Welcome to the Quilting Board! Results 1 to 15 of 15 Thread: Old Brother sewing machine is it worth it? My mom sent me a picture and I am not sure of the model number ect.
I have tried to find some info on it I realize without model number it is a long shot I was wondering if anyone might have seen this machine and would know what a good price to offer for it would be. Thank you so much! The case is an old style case, the machine is newer than the typical collectible vintage Singers, and Brother is not a particularly collectible model.
You want to make sure that it works and that the cords are in good condition. It does look like a cute machine! Just be aware that these machines tend to be very heavy. If you have to pay for shipping, it's probably not worth it plus it must be packaged very carefully to avoid damage in shipping.
I have recently purchased 3 old machines, and didn't pay that much for any of them. She sure is a pretty girl. Think I may have used one similar in school which would have made it early 60's. Don't buy it if you have to ship, will more than double the cost!
Two I got are both so heavy I can barely carry with one hand. Good luck. I love the color, it looks almost lavender! That vintage Brother was a very well built machine and you can not go wrong with it at all.
And you have accessories to boot? If you dont want it I will get it, because I know what I am looking at and I dont like electric machines!!! It is a straight stitch machine and it sews like a dream.. I love that machine.. I think the older machines are very reliable or they would all be in landfills by now!! If you can get it for a good price then go for it.. You can always sell it again if it's not your cup of tea.
Old Brothers are my favorite sewing machines. I gave a newer brother to my sis to get rid of it-piece of ltwt plastic. I gave away an older brother many yrs ago to have a reason to purchase the newer one-kick myslef everyday for that! And Billy wants it if you don't. And it's PINK! Do you need another machine? Or a portable one if you can carry this one? If the price is right, buy it.
She's a beauty! I just love different colored machines. I don't have a pink one and I'd snatch it up in a heartbeat. I love the unusual colored ones, even if they don't work, it usually doesn't take much to get the old ones going. They don't have expensive computer parts or anything. I LOVE this one! Thank you all for your advice. I have never purchased an older machine but after starting this group I have had a really strong need to own a vintage machine!!!!!
Already a member? Login above. Results 1 to 15 of Thread: Old Brother sewing machine is it worth it? I have the chance to purchase this machine. Brother Sewing machine Pink. I don't know this particular machine. Originally Posted by Candace.
It looks as if it is in great condition. I would go for it I have a very old Brother machine.. I think the old brothers are great! You really need to ask????? I'd get it. I would get it in a heart beat! Originally Posted by lilpoohbearie.