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Erin Alison MacKay
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  • Ottawa, Ontario
  • Canada
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"Thanks so much @karen! Much appreciated!"
Feb 24, 2015
Karen commented on the blog post 'Imperial Sewing Machine Model'
"I also found this site which may have some useful general info about the machine for you; Japanese Cast Iron Sewing Machines"
Feb 10, 2015
Karen commented on the blog post 'Imperial Sewing Machine Model'
"Hi Erin Found this, in case you haven't come across it, enjoy.  Stagecoach Road Sewing (541)268-9080(BTW, we Really prefer email over telephone) mike@raventones.com (Way out here in the Coast Range, phone and internet can be iffy.…"
Feb 10, 2015
Erin Alison MacKay posted a status
"I'm thinking of trying to use recycled bicycle tubes to make some waist cinchers..."
Feb 9, 2015
Erin Alison MacKay commented on the blog post 'Imperial Sewing Machine Model'
"yes I have actually, it seems it was nicotine stained so I am in the midst of cleaning it, still haven't found the model number, strange considering we now have the internet as reference! i can't even imagine trying to do this in the early…"
Feb 9, 2015
Karen commented on the blog post 'Imperial Sewing Machine Model'
"That baked eye sounds painful! LOL.  Good luck tracking down the model number, have you undone screws and had a look inside? Karen"
Jan 19, 2015
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Imperial Sewing Machine Model

So I picked up this baby for $30 dollars at a local value village when I thought my Kenmore had bitten the dust. Turns out I was just using a shoddy bobbin with a but on it the was almost invisible to the baked eye. So I found an old rusty one that worked perfectly. Lately I've sewn a bit of leather on my Kenmore but I'm worried I might tire the motor. So I. My online searching for a leather sewing machine I remembered I had a couple of old spares laying around that could possible do the trick.…See More
Jan 19, 2015
Erin Alison MacKay posted a blog post

Imperial Sewing Machine Model

So I picked up this baby for $30 dollars at a local value village when I thought my Kenmore had bitten the dust. Turns out I was just using a shoddy bobbin with a but on it the was almost invisible to the baked eye. So I found an old rusty one that worked perfectly. Lately I've sewn a bit of leather on my Kenmore but I'm worried I might tire the motor. So I. My online searching for a leather sewing machine I remembered I had a couple of old spares laying around that could possible do the trick.…See More
Jan 19, 2015
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Mauve Imperial Sewing Machine

"Hi lady! Nice machine! I'm wondering if you know the model number by any chance? I have the same one and its impossible for me to find info without the model number.... also have you sewn any leather on this machine? If so how did it fare?"
Jan 17, 2015
Erin Alison MacKay is now a member of Sew, What's New?
Jan 17, 2015

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I am an awesome:
intermediate sewer
My sewing interests are:
handbags, garment, drapery, upholstery, industrial, marine, learning to pattern, pattern drafting
I sew as a:
hobbyist
I am interested in learning how to:
Leather, gloves, heavy materials, shoes, handbags, motorcycle riding gear and seats
My sewing machine(s):
Domestic
The brand(s) of my sewing machine(s):
Kenmore
I am interested in patterns such as:
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Imperial Sewing Machine Model

Posted on January 17, 2015 at 10:00am 4 Comments

So I picked up this baby for $30 dollars at a local value village when I thought my Kenmore had bitten the dust. Turns out I was just using a shoddy bobbin with a but on it the was almost invisible to the baked eye. So I found an old rusty one that worked perfectly. Lately I've sewn a bit of leather on my Kenmore but I'm worried I might tire the motor. So I. My online searching for a leather sewing machine I remembered I had a couple of old spares laying around that…

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