Need Some Help with Your Vintage Sewing Machine?

I've been enjoying reading the comments and questions from subscribers to my latest on-line course, The Joy of Vintage Sewing Machines. I always thought there was a number of similarly obsessed sewists out there, but I'm now realizing how many of us there actually are!

While some owners do use their machines, there are others who have inherited an older sewing machine and don't really know what to do with it.  Others are looking for a sewing machine and would like to try a vintage one, but don't know the first thing about it. That's exactly why I created The Joy of Vintage Sewing Machines. I wanted to help those people who have a machine, would like to sew with it, but don't know where to start.

My vintage Singer 115 sewing machine in the process of being cleaned.

My vintage Singer 115 sewing machine in the process of being cleaned.

The best place to start is with my course. I'll show you everything you need to know about evaluating and acquiring a vintage sewing machine (in case you don't already have one of your own or are looking to add another one to your collection).

Next I'll help you clean your machine, inside and out, before moving on to showing you how to do simple repairs. Once your machine is completely rejuvenated, I have two patterns that are included in the course, at no extra cost, that will allow you to start sewing with your vintage sewing machine.

Teeka often helps me with the cleaning process - NOT!

Teeka often helps me with the cleaning process - NOT!

I'm including part of the course in the video below so you'll get an idea of what's included in The Joy of Vintage Sewing Machines.

Subscribe now and start repairing and rejuvenating your vintage sewing machine today.

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