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Here is how to modify a walking foot that is available so that it will work with them.This is the first example I have seen of an actual pedal drive Singer.The Singer VS1 was not much more than a development machine which was quickly replaced by the upgraded VS2 which had a ‘fiddle’ shaped base.This in turn was gradually phased out in 1891 and re-branded as the 27K with a rectangular base.It is the home base and resource centre for the Treadle On Internet E-Mail List - for active users of treadle and hand crank sewing machines.This web site includes instructions on basic maintenance and restoration of treadle sewing machines and hand crank sewing machines.As an aid to distinguishing these vibrating shuttle models from other Singer machines, it should be noted that they all have a circular chrome stitch plate covering the feed dogs with 2 split chrome slide plates that run from front to back of the machine to cover the shuttle mechanism.The faceplates fitted to early models were polished plain plates, whilst later models are embossed with a ‘grapevine’ pattern.

The pages available here will provide the information you need to select, restore and use treadle and hand crank machines.The Singer Company first started production of its oscillating shuttle, high arm Improved Family machine in 1879.It was designed for domestic and light industrial sewing and came mainly fitted into treadle tables or cabinets, with just a few supplied as hand crank machines.Later models were either electric or hand crank machines.A particularly notable feature of the model 15 was the location of the tension assembly.(please see Faceplates gallery) The Singer Company launched its first Vibrating Shuttle (VS-1 long bobbin) machine in 1885.These were available as hand cranked or treadle powered machines.Because we have not been able to locate the log books, serial numbers for the years 1851 to 1870 are not available at this time.Serial numbers on Singer sewing machines manufactured prior to 1900 are numbers only.After 1900, the machine serial numbers have a single or two-letter prefix.The tables are divided into these three categories: A - Podolsk, Russia B - Elizabeth, New Jersey USA C - Wittenberge, (Prussia) Germany D - Elizabeth, New Jersey USA E - Podolsk, Russia F - Clydebank, Scotland G - Elizabeth, New Jersey USA H - Elizabeth, New Jersey USA J - Clydebank, Scotland K - Elizabeth, New Jersey USA L - Elizabeth, New Jersey USA M - Clydebank, Scotland N - Elizabeth, New Jersey USA P - Clydebank, Scotland R - Clydebank, Scotland S - Clydebank, Scotland S*- Podolsk, Russia (*100 "S" machines made in Podolsk) T - Podolsk, Russia V - Clydebank, Scotland W - Bridgeport, Connecticut USA X - Clydebank, Scotland Y - Clydebank, Scotland AA to AT - Elizabeth, New Jersey USA BA to BY - Elizabeth, New Jersey USA CA to CY - Bogota, Colombia DA to DY - Karachi, Pakistan EA to EY - Clydebank, Scotland FA to FY - Clydebank, Scotland GA to GY - Clydebank, Scotland HA to HY - Istanbul, Turkey JA to JE - St.