I skipped showing you how to use the decorative stitches on this machine since it's straight forward. Isn't that nice? Finally, a vintage machine you don't need an engineering degree to make it do something fancy! The other thing I didn't show in the video, and it's because we don't have it set up, is the automatic needle threader. We have all the parts just haven't put it together. How cool is it that a machine from the 60s had that? From what I can tell it works exactly like my modern machine, which suddenly isn't such a modern feature huh?
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