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I have a Singer sewing machine very similar to that one. My great aunt gave it to me when I was a little girl. She said her mother used it to mend clothes during the war.
... not unless you count my shrinky-dinks oven??
No I never did but isn't this the cutest thing ever.
That is wonderful!! I love it! What perfect shape it is in!!
We had a blue Singer child's machine when I was young. I rembember sewing little blankets to cover dolls. I recently asked my mother where it was and she can't remember. I'd love to have it again.
I did not have functional toys - although I learned to knit and crochet quite young and was given yarn. That little singer is beautiful and the elna behind it has seen alot of love as well. g
That Singer is so cute. I would love to have it to display in my sewing room!Rebel Follower
I've never seen a child-sized Singer. It must have been a young girl's dream to sit at her own machine and sew like her momma. What a wonderful gift. I don't recall that any of my toys were functional.
I would have loved that little machine as a child. I did a lot of sewing for dolls, but quickly graduated to the adult sized machine when I decided I could make clothes for me too. What a treasure that little Singer is!!
I had THAT sewing machine when I was little. Dad also gave me a box of nails and a hammer one year. I had more fun hammering things!
LOVE LOVE LOVED my Easy Bake Oven......
Nope, wanted the real thing...lol. I played "store" with real canned goods, looks like my retail career was born with me.What a cute little machine.Jen @ Muddy Boot Dreams
That is so super adorable! I used to have a little loom, I would proudly make my mother pot holders with it. Obviously I didn't know that knitting existed yet.
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