Meet The Singer 15-91.
She was born in 1948, in New Jersey.
I met her at the thrift store and the General said she could be mine for 20.00. A man had brought her in the day before and she had belonged to his grandma, and the machine was working great the last he knew. And she seems to work just fine.
There are some online reviews that call this machine "The Workhorse" or the "Farmer's Wife's Machine". I find sewing with her delightful. It is her sturdiness that I find so appealing.
And she cleans up real nice too.
But I have wasted quite a bit of time on the E-Bay trying to get her all outfitted with accessories.
Still looking for a buttonholer, and a piping or braiding foot, if anyone wants to trade for one.
I have loads of neat vintage supplies and even all the plates for a dresden plate quilt all in original depression era flour sack cloth.
Oh and there were other goodies at the thrift store too, that made it into my basket. But there usually are, and they usually do.