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Comprehensive Singer Model List (2)

The data was compiled, wherever possible, from Singer documents, service manuals, etc. Speeds shown are maximum and will depend on the materials being sewn.

Click on any 'live' model number for a picture. All graphics of the featured machines are Singer's copyright. Photographs courtesy of ISMACS News, Mike Anderson, Valerie Bradley, Pat Nordmark, Bernard Pokorski, West Dunbartonshire Libraries and Museums, Linda Winkens, the London Sewing Machine Museum. Errors and omissions: [email protected]

Updated: January 2012

(Classes 1 to 99) (Classes 200 to 299) (Classes 300 to 399) (Classes 400 to 499) (Classes 500 to 9999)

Classes 100 to 199

CLASS/
VARIETY
DATES USAGE DESCRIPTION NEEDLE
100 1995-98      
101 (class) 1920-37 Domestic For family use. Horizontal rotary hook. Lock stitch. Designed for use with electricity with motor built-in to back of the arm; controlled by knee lever. Has 'Sewlight' at rear of arm. Regularly supplied with 'combination' table. No reverse. -
101-1 1920-25 Domestic Electric table model; (cabinets #17,18,19). 15x1
101-2 1922-26 Domestic Rotary hook; potted motor; automatic lubrication. Knee controller; usually cabinet 20. 15x1
101-3 1925-30 Domestic Rotary hook; potted motor; automatic lubrication. Knee controller; usually cabinet 40. 15x1
101-4 1929-37 Domestic Rotary hook; potted motor; automatic lubrication; usually cabinet#40 - chromium plating - adjustable knee controller. 15x1
101-10 1922-26 Domestic Rotary hook; potted motor; automatic lubrication; knee controller; portable (aluminium). Photo: Bernard Pokorski 15x1
101-11 1925-29 Domestic Rotary hook; potted motor; automatic lubrication; portable (aluminium); adjustable knee controller. Case #204. 15x1
103 Industrial "Industrial high speed". Lock stitch. Rotating hook. Fitted for electric or foot power. Reversible drop feed. Captive thread post. Stitch length 1/25" to 1/4". Bed 15 23/32" long. Space to right of needle 8 7/8". 16x231 (2254)
103W Industrial For sewing sweat leather with reed or wire attached, into straw hats. Makes 1/4" stitch. Wheel feed. 126x3
103K2 Home manufacturing For general work in cloth. Rotating hook driven by gears. Drop feed. Reversible. C.S.M.  Space from needle to arm = 22 1/2". “For home manufacturing.” 16x231
103K10 Home manufacturing For general work in cloth. Max stitch length 5 to the inch. (05/1955)  
104-3 Industrial    
105 (class) Industrial For gloves, knit goods and rayon as described. Base 9 1/4". Space at right of needle 4 3/4" Two thread chain stitch. Drop feed. Knee lifter.  
105-1 Industrial For stitching harvester's gloves. One needle, one looper, cylindrical throat plate. Stitch length 7 to 12 to the inch. Speed 3500. (02/1941) 82x1
105-2 (Cancelled 01/1954) Industrial For stitching harvester's gloves. One needle, one looper. Flat work and throat plate. 7 to 12 SPI. Speed 3500. 82x1
105-3 (Cancelled 1955) Industrial For stitching harvester's gloves. One needle, one looper, cylindrical work plate with hinged extension 'bed' to give work surface of 14" x 10" wide. Stitch length 7 to 12 to the inch. Speed 3500. 82x1
105-4   Industrial For stitching and trimming light, medium and heavy knit goods. One needles; one looper. Vertical shear trimmer. Auxiliary feed. Chip shute. Thread cutter on presser foot. Speed 3500. (02/1941)  
105-6   Industrial For trimming and stitching heavy sweaters. One needles; one looper. High lift. Clearance under presser foot 9/32". Vertical shear trimmer (adjustable). Gathering feed. Speed 3500. (02/1941)  
105-7 (Cancelled 01/1954) Industrial    
105-8 (Cancelled 01/1954) Industrial    
106- (class) Industrial Multiple needle. For simultaneously stitching parallel rows in cloth. Base 9 1/4"" long. Space at right of needle bar 4 3/4". Two thread chain stitch. Oscillating loopers. Drop feed. knee lifter. (12/1940)  
106-2 Industrial Two needles; two loopers. Max stitch length 6 to the inch. (12/1940)  
106-3 Industrial Three needles; three loopers. Max stitch length 6 to the inch. (12/1940)  
106-4 Industrial Four needles; four loopers. Max stitch length 6 to the inch. (12/1940)  
106-11 Industrial Eleven needles; eleven loopers. Max stitch length 6 to the inch. (12/1940)  
106-12 Industrial Twelve needles, twelve hooks. Speed 3300. Bed 17"; 8 1/2" space to right of centre of needlebar. Single thread chain stitch. Oscillating hooks. Distance between outside needles max. 6". Max stitch length 6 to the inch. (12/1940) 106x3
106-25 (Cancelled 01/1954) Industrial TWENTY FIVE needles; twenty five loopers. Max stitch length 6 to the inch.  
106W101 Industrial   106x3
106-104 (Cancelled 01/1954) Industrial Four needles; four loopers. Makes 4 tucks. speed 2500 - 3500 according to distance between outside needles. Singer suggested replacement "52 class tuckers".  
106-105 (Cancelled 01/1954) Industrial Four needles; two loopers. Fitted with automatic tuck folding attachment. Makes four tucks. Singer suggested replacement "52 class tuckers".  
106-107 (Cancelled 01/1954) Industrial Singer suggested replacement "52 class tuckers".  
106-108 (Cancelled 01/1954) Industrial Singer suggested replacement "52 class tuckers".  
106-110 (Cancelled 01/1954) Industrial Singer suggested replacement "52 class tuckers".  
106-112 (Cancelled 01/1954) Industrial Singer suggested replacement "52 class tuckers".  
107- (class) Industrial Cylinder bed 3 3/8” diameter at end; 6 1/2" space next to needle (6 5/8" in later catalogs). Single thread chain stitch; oblique needle and presser bar positions. Rotating hook. Drop feed. Foot lifter. Speed 2500, according to material being stitched and the length of stitch. For hat sweats or basting as described. -
107G (class) Industrial Transverse hook for making the zigzag or straightaway lock stitch. Bottom shaft driven by internal belt. Drop feed. Knee lifter. Short arm machines Bed 15 1/8" longs 7" wide. Space at right of needle 8".  
107W (class) Industrial High speed zigzag. Rotary hook. -
107G1 Industrial For overseaming and serving clothing. Max stitch 7 to the inch. Clearance under presser foot 9/32". Needle throws up to 7/32" and vibrates both sides of the centre line. Speed up to 2500. (11/1956) 135x5 (sys. 1945)
107-1 Industrial Single thread chain stitch. Max stitch 1/2". For stitching paper linings in ladies hats; for taped sweat bands in men's straw or soft felt hats, etc. - either fitted or not fitted. Max stitch 2 to the inch. High lift, 13/16" clearance under presser foot. Speed <2500. (12/1940) 107x1
107W1 Industrial High speed zigzag lockstitch at. For fabrics and lightweight leather. Max speed 2500 stitches per minute. For overseaming and general tailoring and in the manufacture of shoes. 135x5 (1945)
107-2 Industrial Single thread chain stitch. High lift presser foot (3/8"). For basting the lining of coat sleeves and trouser bottoms. For basting. Max stitch 2 to the inch. Speed <2500. (12/1940) 135x19
107W2 Industrial Hinged presser foot; speed 2100; for closing the heel seams of shoes. 135x8 (1989)
107W3 Industrial Zigzag lockstitch. Speed 2000. For basting and tacking coat pads. 135x9
107W4 Industrial For attaching lace beading to undergarments. 135x5 (1945)
107W5 Industrial Zigzag lockstitch; rotary hook with large bobbin. Speed 2000. Positive reciprocating feed under and above the work. For hemming shades. 135x9
107W8 (Cancelled 04/1924) Industrial Singer suggested replacement: 107W12  
107W9 Industrial For sewing hat sweat bands. Supplied with hat sweat attachment and foot, feed dog and throat plate. 135x9
107W10 Industrial As 107W9 except for plain sewing, making an ornamental lock stitch particularly adapted for edge finishing men's clothing. 135x5 (1945)
107W11 Industrial With roller presser foot. Max speed 2100; for closing the heel seams of shoes. 135x8 (1989)
107W12 Industrial For stitching sweat bands into soft caps and cloth hats with an ornamental lockstitch. 135x9
107G13 Industrial Two needle machine for straight and zigzag air tucking and cording in skirts, blouses, millinery and other similar articles. Max stitch 7 to the inch. Clearance under presser foot 7/32". Speed 1800. (11/1956) 131x1 & 131x3 or 131x19 and 131x21
107W13 Industrial For air tucking and cording on skirts, blouses and millinery. 131x1 and 131x3; 131x19 and131x21
107W14 Industrial Speed 2500 SPM. For stitching goring in shoes made of stretchable material. 135x7
107W15 Industrial Lock stitch. Foot lifter. Puller feed. High speed zigzag. For binding woolen blankets with silk ribbon.
107W17 Industrial Short arm. Two needles and  adjustable needle holder. Cams for ornamental stitching; speed 2000 spm. For ornamentation on sports clothes, shoes, gloves. 135x1
107W18 Industrial Cams and gears can be furnished for various ornamental stitches; speed 1800 spm. Three needles for three rows of stitching. For ornamental stitching on glove backs. 135x7, 135x11, 135x17
107W19 Industrial As for 107W18, except four needles for four rows of stitching. Speed 1600 SPI. 135x7, 135x11, 135x17
107W50 Industrial Cylinder bed. Bight adjustable to 1/4".For stitching full or half size sweat bands to caps and cloth hats. 135x8 (1989)
107W51 Industrial Cylinder bed; ornamental lock stitch. Sideways stitches up to 3/32" to left or right. For stitching full or half size sweat bands to caps and cloth hats. 135x13
107W100 Industrial Speed 1500 spm. For embroidery work (faux hand embroidery). 135x7 (1901)
107W101 Industrial For embroidery work using cams. 1500 spm. 135x7 (1901)
107W102 Industrial One needle; one rotary hook; zigzag lockstitch. Speed 1500 spm. NO FEED mechanism. For flat embroidery work. 135x7 (1901)
107G102 Industrial One needle, one rotary hook; zigzag lockstitch. NO FEEDING mechanism. 1500 spm. Regularly fitted for flat embroidery. 135x7 (1901)
107W102 Industrial For flat embroidery. NO PRESSER BAR PARTS OR FEED MECHANISM. Adjusting lever to throw stitch left, right and centre. For overseaming up to 1/2" in width. (05/1951) 135x7 (1901)
107W110 Industrial    
108W20 Industrial Cylinder bed. Lock stitch; unison feed; speed 2700 spm. For binding sandals, pumps, canvas shoe uppers, shoe tongues, gauntlets, or any small cylindrical article. (10/1952) 135x1
108W21 Industrial As 108W20; with unison feed; lock stitch for binding soft hats. Binder fastened to adjustable slide on bed of the machine. The binders are furnished for "even on" or "wide under" binding. (10/1952) 135x1
109- (class) Industrial For cloth. Multiple needle. Two thread chain stitch. Oscillating loopers. Drop feed unless otherwise specified. Work plate 18" x 12".  
109W (class) Industrial For tailoring. High speed compound feed. Lock stitch. Belt driven. Horizontal hook. Knee lifter. Bed 17 3/4" long x 7" wide. Space at right of needle 10 1/4". (05/1950) 135x5 (1945)
109W100   Industrial For clothing, cloaks, overalls, suits. duck coats, oil clothing. Max stitch length 5 1/2 to the inch. Presser foot clearance 1/4" Speed <2800. (05/1950)  
109-200 (Cancelled 03/32) Industrial Singer suggested replacement 109-220.  
109-201 (Cancelled 03/32) Industrial Singer suggested replacement 109-221.  
109-206 (Cancelled 09/32) Industrial Singer suggested replacement 109-223.  
109-207 (Cancelled 04/32) Industrial Singer suggested replacement 109-224.  
109-213 (Cancelled 09/33) Industrial Singer suggested replacement 109-230.  
109-220   Industrial Two needles. Two loopers. Max stitch length 6 to the inch. Narrow gauge 3/8" to 1 1/2". Speed <3500. (02/1952)  
109-221   Industrial Two needles. Two loopers. Max stitch length 6 to the inch. Medium gauge 1 9/16" to 3 1/2". Speed <3200. (02/1952)  
109-222   Industrial Two needles. Two loopers. Max stitch length 6 to the inch. Large gauge 3 9/16" to 5 1/2". Speed <3000. (02/1952)  
109-223   Industrial Two needles. Two loopers. Max stitch length 5 to the inch. Puller feed. Narrow gauge 3/8" to 1 1/2". For light and medium weight canvas. Speed <2600. (02/1952)  
109-224   Industrial Two needles. Two loopers. Max stitch length 5 to the inch. Puller feed. Medium gauge 1 9/16" to 3 1/2". Speed <2400. (02/1952)  
109-225   Industrial Two needles. Two loopers. Max stitch length 5 to the inch. Puller feed. Narrow gauge 3/8" to 1 1/2". Clearance under presser foot 1/4". For heavy canvas. Speed <2600. (02/1952)  
109-230   Industrial Two needles. Two loopers. Max stitch length 5 1/2 to the inch. Gauge 3/16" or 1 1/4". For open work and ornamentalstitching. Speed <2500. (02/1952)  
109-300 (Cancelled 03/32) Industrial Singer suggested replacement 109-320.  
109-301 (Cancelled 03/32) Industrial Singer suggested replacement 109-321.  
109-302 (Cancelled 03/32) Industrial Singer suggested replacement 109-322.  
109-320   Industrial Three needles. Three loopers. Max stitch length 6 to the inch. Narrow gauge 3/8" to 1 1/2". Speed 3500. (02/1952)  
109-321   Industrial (As 109-321 except for gauges). Three needles. Three loopers. Max stitch length 6 to the inch. Medium gauge, 1 9/16" to 3 1/2". Speed <3200. (02/1952)  
109-322   Industrial Three needles. Three loopers. Max stitch length 6 to the inch. Large gauge 3 9/16" to 5 1/2". Speed <3000. (02/1952)  
109-400 (Cancelled 03/32) Industrial Singer suggested replacement 109-420.  
109-401 (Cancelled 03/32) Industrial Singer suggested replacement 109-421.  
109-402 (Cancelled 03/32) Industrial Singer suggested replacement 109-422  
109-420   Industrial Four needles. Four loopers. Max stitch length 6 to the inch. Narrow gauge 3/8" to 1 1/2". Speed <3500. (02/1952)  
109-421   Industrial Four needles. Four loopers. Max stitch length 6 to the inch. Medium gauge 1 9/16" to 3 1/2". Speed <3200. (02/1952)  
109-422   Industrial Four needles. Four loopers. Max stitch length 6 to the inch. Large gauge 3 9/16" to 5 1/2". Speed <2500. (02/1952)  
109-426   Industrial Four needles. Four loopers. Independent upper and lower feed. Max stitch length 4 1/2 to the inch. Gauge 3/16" or 1 1/4". For blanket binding. Speed <2400. (02/1952)  
109-500 (Cancelled 03/32) Industrial Singer suggested replacement 109-520.  
109-501 (Cancelled 03/32) Industrial Singer suggested replacement 109-521.  
109-502 (Cancelled 03/32) Industrial Singer suggested replacement 109-522.  
109-520   Industrial Five needles. Five loopers. Max. stitch length 6 to the inch. Narrow gauge 3/8" to 1 1/2". Speed <3000. (02/1952)  
109-521   Industrial Five needles. Five loopers. Max. stitch length 6 to the inch. Medium gauge 1 9/16" to 3 1/2". Speed <2800. (02/1952)  
109-522   Industrial Five needles. Five loopers. Max. stitch length 6 to the inch. Large gauge 3 9/16" to 5 1/2". Speed <2500. (02/1952)  
109-600 (Cancelled 03/32) Industrial Singer suggested replacement 109-620.  
109-601 (Cancelled 03/32) Industrial Singer suggested replacement 109-621.  
109-602 (Cancelled 03/32) Industrial Singer suggested replacement 109-622.  
109-620   Industrial Six needles. Six loopers. Max. stitch length 6 to the inch. Narrow gauge 3/8" to 1 1/2". Speed <2800. (02/1952)  
109-621   Industrial Six needles. Six loopers. Max. stitch length 6 to the inch. Medium gauge 1 9/16" to 3 1/2". Speed <2500. (02/1952)  
109-622   Industrial Six needles. Six loopers. Max. stitch length 6 to the inch. Large gauge 3 9/16" to 5 1/2". Speed <2200. (02/1952)  
109-700 (Cancelled 03/32) Industrial Singer suggested replacement 109-720.  
109-701 (Cancelled 03/32) Industrial Singer suggested replacement 109-721.  
109-702 (Cancelled 03/32) Industrial Singer suggested replacement 109-722.  
109-720 Industrial Seven needles. Seven loopers. Max. stitch length 6 to the inch. Narrow gauge 3/8" to 1 1/2". Speed <2800. (02/1952)  
109-721 Industrial Seven needles. Seven loopers. Max. stitch length 6 to the inch. Medium gauge 1 9/16" to 3 1/2". Speed <2500. (02/1952)  
109-722 Industrial Seven needles. Seven loopers. Max. stitch length 6 to the inch. Large gauge 3 9/16" to 5 1/2". Speed <2200. (02/1952)  
110W124 Industrial Continuously moving wheel feed (3 gears) in combination with a needle feed. One needle and a gear driven rotary hook; lock stitch. Speed 3000 SPI. For shoes and similar leather work. 16x4
110W125 Industrial Continuously moving wheel feed (3 gears) in combination with a needle feed. One needle and a gear driven rotary hook; lock stitch; offset needle bar. Speed 3000 SPI. For close edge stitching on fine shoes. 16x4
110W126 Industrial Continuously moving wheel feed (3 feed gears) in combination with a needle feed. One needle and a gear driven rotary hook; lock stitch; vertical trimmer, Speed 3000 SPI. For stitching and trimming articles of light weight leather at one operation - boots and shoes, gloves, small leather cases, leather waist belts, etc. (05/1950) 16x4
110W127 Industrial Continuously moving wheel feed (3 gears) in combination with a needle feed. One needle and a gear driven rotary hook; lock stitch; oblique under edge trimmer. For stitching the edges and undertrim the linings of shoes, sandals, slippers, etc., at one operation. (05/1950) 16x4
110W128 Industrial Continuously moving wheel feed (3 gears) in combination with a needle feed. One needle and a gear driven rotary hook; lock stitch. Horizontal undertrimmer and adjustable edge guide; stitches the edges and undertrims articles of lightweight leather at one operation. For boots and shoes, gloves, small leather cases, leather waist belts, etc. (05/1950) 16x4
110W150 Industrial Cylinder bed.  Needle feed. Continuous wheel feed. Balance wheel at the left. For shoes & leather work. Speed 3000 spm. 16x4
111W100 Industrial One needle, belt driven rotary hook; lockstitch, For stitching medium and heavy fabrics like overcoats, overalls, oil clothing, etc. Compound feed (drop and needle feeds). Speed 3000 spm. 135x7 (1901)
111W101 Industrial Belt driven rotary hook. Lockstitch. Compound feed. Alternating pressers for stitching canvas and leather, gloves. Upholstery, auto trimming awnings, etc. One Needle 135x16; 135x17 (3355)
111W104 Industrial As 111W101 but with vibrating presser bar and pressure spring for high speed. For materials with no bulky seams to cross. 135x16; 135x17
111-114 Industrial   135x17
111W115 Industrial   126x11
111W116 Industrial   126x11
111W117 Industrial   126x11
111W151 Industrial    
111W152 Industrial Single needle, lock stitch, compound feed with a vertical-axis sewing hook, and alternating pressers with 3/8" lift. Safety clutch prevents hook from being damaged by accidental strain. Speed 2900 R.P.M. The maximum stitch length is 5 to the inch. For stitching light leather work, such as leather gloves. 135x17 (3355)
111W153 Industrial As 111W152 but for heavy work such as automobile and furniture upholstery, tents, awnings and leather coats. 135x17 (3355)
111Wl54 Industrial As 111W152 but alternating pressers have a lift of 1/2 ". For stitching upholstery work, leather coats, buff wheels and binding heavy felt padding. 126x11 (4506)
111W155 Industrial As 111W154 except that max. stitch length = 3 1/2 to the inch. Adjustable lifting eccentric to instantly set the alternating pressers to the minimum amount of lift required. Max speed 3500 R.P.M. 135x17 (3355)
111W156 Industrial Single needle, lock stitch, compound feed with a vertical-axis sewing hook, and alternating pressers with 1/2" lift. Reversible (hand or foot operated). Speed 2900 R.P.M. Max, stitch length is 5 to the inch. For stitching upholstery work, leather coats and other heavy work. 135x17 (3355)
112W (class) (112WSV shown)   Industrial Two needles. Lock stitch. Belt driven. Vertical hooks. Mechanical opener. Knee lifter. Bed 20 3/8" long x 7" wide. Space at right of needle 10 1/2". Photo: Mike Anderson.  
112-1 (Cancelled 09/48) Industrial    
112-3 (Cancelled 02/27) Industrial    
112-4 Industrial   25x3
112W115 Industrial Two needles, two belt-driven rotary hooks; lockstitch. Compound feed (drop & needle). Speed 3000. Used in manufacturing of corsets, cloaks, jackets, jeans, overalls mackintoshes, etc. 135x7 (1901)
112W116 Industrial As 112W115 but with puller feed in addition to needle feed and drop feed for bulky work such as tents, balloons, flags, etc. Also for banding overalls and pants; attaching collars, etc. For two line lockstitch in fabrics. Speed 2800 RPM. (01/1956) 126x9
112W120 Industrial  
112W121 Industrial 135x8
112W122 Industrial 135x8
112W130 Industrial Two needles and two vertical hooks. Drop feed and knee lifter. Drop feed. For two-line lock stitching in the manufacture of collars, shirts, middy blouses, etc. in light or medium weight fabrics where it is desired to disengage the left needle bar for turning  square and triangular corners to avoid crossing the line of stitching. Max stitch length 8 to the inch. Speed 2500. (01/1956) 135x7 (1901)
112W131 Industrial As 112W130 but with wide gauge. (01/1956) 135x7 (1901)
112W135 Industrial As 112W130 but for manufacture of shoes and other articles in light and medium weight leather. 128x20
112W137 Industrial For stitching on facings and cutting pocket holes in garments in one operation. Specially fitted for light fabrics or sleazy material - otherwise same as 112W127. Speed up to 3000. (01/1956)  
112G139 Industrial 126x9
112W139 Industrial For canvas rubberised fabrics, binding blankets, etc. Clearance under presser foot 3/8". Compound feed, alternating pressers. Gauges feom 1/8" to 1 1/2" in steps of 1/32". Saftey clutch. Speed <2900. (05/1951) 126x9
112W140 Industrial Two needle, high speed, compound feed. Max stitch length 6 to the inchBall bearing, safety clutch. For corsets, cloaks and clothing generally. (05/1951) 135x7 (1901)
112W145 Industrial Drop feed. Two needles and two belt driven rotary hooks. Makes two parallel rows of lockstitching in light and medium weight fabrics such as shirts, smocks, underwear, overalls, etc. Speed 3000 RPM. (10/1952) 135x7
112W146 Industrial As 112W145 but designed for vamping, foxing, space stitching, tipping and other operations on shoes, etc. Also general leather work. Speed 3000 RPM. (10/1952) 135x8
112W147 Industrial As 112W145 but fitted with staying presser foot, stay guide and strip reel for staying shoes. Speed 3000 RPM. (10/1952) 135x8
113W Industrial 135x7 (1901)
114- (class) Industrial Cylinder bed; designed for automatically sewing on flat buttons and for tacking paper tickets on clothing. One needle and one looper; single thread chain stitch. Equipped with ball-bearing loose pulley. -
114W (class) Industrial Single needle chain and drop stitch. (Hand controlled) universal feed embroidery machine - quickly adjustable to make drop or moss stitch, without unthreading. For ornamenting or embroidering curtains, upholstery, cloaks, etc. Also for marking hotel ware with a name. Bed 16 3/8" long x 7 7/8" wide. Space to right of needle 10 1/4". Speed 600 spm. 137x1?
114-6   Industrial    
114-7 (Cancelled 01/26) Industrial Singer suggested replacement 114-54.  
114-8 (Cancelled 01/26) Industrial Singer suggested replacement 114-53.  
114W20 Industrial    
114-21 Industrial Makes single thread chainstitch. Especially designed for automatically tacking bands and bows on soft felt or straw hats. Each tack = 6 stitches, including one fastening stitch- for tacks up to 1/8". Machine's face plate faces the operator. (04/1939) 108x1
114-23 (Cancelled 05/26) Industrial Singer suggested replacement 114-31.  
114-24 (Cancelled 03/26) Industrial Singer suggested replacement 114-27.  
114-25 (Cancelled 01/28) Industrial Singer suggested replacement 114-52.  
114-26 (Cancelled 03/28) Industrial Singer suggested replacement 114-50.  
114-27 Industrial Tacks paper tickets on clothing to distinguish lot, colour, size, etc., while in process of manufacture. Also for tacking cost marks on finished garments. Makes a triangular shaped tack with fourteen stitches, the base of the tack being 3/8" across and the apex 3/8" from the base. (04/1939) 108x3
114-28 (Cancelled 09/48) Industrial Sews two or four hole or bar buttons on shirts, shirt waists, underwear, white goods, etc., with fourteen stitches, including a fastening stitch. Makes crossed stitches in four hole buttons. Singer suggested replacement 114-54. 108x1
114-29 (Cancelled 09/48) Industrial Sews two or four hole or bar buttons on clothing, etc., with twenty-one stitches, including a fastening stitch. Makes crossed stitches in four hole buttons. Singer suggested replacement 114-53. 108x1
114-30 (Cancelled 1955) Industrial Sews two or four hole or bar buttons on coats, cloaks, overcoats, etc., with twenty-one stitches, including a fastening stitch. Makes two parallel bars of stitches in four-hole buttons. Extra high lift needle bar to handle work up to 72" thickness, including button and material. With universal button clamp to accommodate buttons from 22 to 50 lignes diameter. 16x237
114-31 Industrial Tacks paper tickets on clothing to distinguish lot, colour, size, etc., while in process of manufacture. Also used for tacking cost marks on finished garments and for tacking the cuffs of trousers. Especially suitable for attaching tickets to waterproof clothing on account of the few needle punctures necessary for each tack. The machine produces a tack 136 inch in length, each tack consisting of seven stitches, including one fastening stitch. Speed 1000 spm. (04/1939) 108x3
114-32 (Cancelled 09/48) Industrial Sews two or four hole or bar buttons on shirts, waists, underwear, white goods, clothing, etc., with fourteen stitches, including the cross stitch and fastening stitch. Makes two parallel bars of stitches in four hole buttons, the work clamp moving alternately right and left across the cylinder. High lift needle bar to handle work up to 176" thickness, including the button and the material. Speed 1500 RPM. Singer suggested replacement 114-52. 108x1
114-33 Industrial As 114-32 except that the work clamp moves alternately back and forth lengthwise of the cylinder. 108x1
114-34 (Cancelled 09/48) Industrial Sews two or four hole or bar buttons on shirts, waists, underwear, white goods, clothing, etc., with twenty-one stitches, including the cross stitch and fastening stitch. Makes two parallel bars of stitches in four hole buttons, the work clamp moving alternately right and left across the cylinder. It has a high lift needle bar which enables it to handle work up to 7/16" thickness, including the button and the material. Singer suggested replacement 114-50. 108x1
114-35 Industrial Single thread chain stitch. As 114-34 except that the work clamp moves alternately back and forth lengthwise of the cylinder. 108x1
114-36 (Cancelled 01/54) Industrial Covers the ends of insulated electric conductor wires, making thirty-two stitches, including the fastening stitches. With three wire holders handling wires up to and including 1/4" diameter, and which slide in and out of the feed plate for convenience when changing for different sizes of work. Speed 1000 spm. 16x243??
114-37 Industrial Sews two or four hole buttons on shirts, waists, underwear, white goods, clothing, etc., with sixteen stitches, including the cross stitch and fastening stitches, making two parallel bars of stitches in four hole buttons. The work clamp moves alternately back and forth lengthwise of the cylinder. High lift needle bar to handle work up to 7/16" thick, including the button and the material. 108x1
114-38 (Cancelled 09/48) Industrial Sews two or four hole buttons on shirts, waists, underwear, white goods, clothing, etc., with sixteen stitches, including the fastening stitch, the work clamp moving alternately right and left across the cylinder. Makes crossed stitches in four hole buttons. High lift needle bar to handle work up to 7/16" thick, including the button and the material. Singer suggested replacement 114-54. 108x1
114-39 (Cancelled 01/54) Industrial Tacks paper tickets on clothing to distinguish lot, colour, size, etc., while in process of manufacture. It is also used for tacking cost marks on finished garments. The machine makes a trapezoid shaped tack with nine stitches, the tack being 1/2" across the base, 3/16" across the top and 1/4" along each side. Singer suggested replacement 114-27. 108x3
114-40 (Cancelled 01/54) Industrial Tacks stockings, cloth and woolen gloves, mittens, etc., with seven cross stitches. Equipped with clamp which leaves end of thread, at completion of operation, projecting from the top of the material for convenience in removing the tack. Singer suggested replacement 114-31. 108x3
114-41 Industrial Tacks stockings, also for tacking paper tickets on clothing to distinguish lot, colour, size, etc., while in process of manufacture. Makes a triangular tack with fourteen stitches, the base of the tack being 3/8" across, and the apex 3/8" from the base. Equipped with a clamp which leaves end of thread, at completion of operation, projecting from the top of the material for convenience in removing the tack. 108x3
114-50 Industrial Cylinder bed. Single thread chain stitch. Sews two or four hole or bar buttons on white goods, waists, underwear, shirts and other clothing with twenty-one stitches, including the cross-over and fastening stitches. Makes two parallel bars of stitches in four hole buttons, with a right angle cross-over stitch. 108x1
114-51 Industrial As 114-50, except that it makes sixteen stitches, including the cross-over and the fastening stitch. 108x1
114-52 Industrial As 114-50, except that it makes fourteen stitches, including the cross-over and the fastening stitch. 108x1
114-53 Industrial Sews two or four hole or bar buttons with twenty-one stitches, making two cross bars of stitches in four hole buttons. 108x1
114-54 Industrial As 114-53, except that it makes sixteen stitches. 108x1
114-55 Industrial As 114-50, with the addition of an automatic button clamp lifter. 108x1
114-56 Industrial As 114-51, with the addition of an automatic button clamp lifter. 108x1
114B103 Industrial See 114W103. Speed 600 spm. 137x1 (5901)
114W103 Industrial (Photo Mike Anderson)
114E105 Industrial See 114W103. Single thread chain stitch – also for drop and moss stitch without unthreading machine.  For ornamenting and embroidery.
114W103 Industrial Makes single thread chain stitch and can be adjusted to make the drop or moss stitch without unthreading machine. For ornamenting or embroidering curtains, upholstery, cloaks, dresses, etc. Can embroider names for hotel linen etc. (5/1950) 137x7
114W104 Industrial As 114W103 but adapted for heavy wear such as army blankets. (5/1950) 137x7
114W120 Industrial Single thread chain stitch. Especially designed for 'three thread cording'. Also adapted for two thread cording, gimp embroidery, ornamental chain stitching, drop or moss stitching, feather stitching, braiding and imitation two needle cording, for ornamental effects on waists, suits, cloaks, skirts, dress trimmings, millinery, uniforms, draperies, etc. Hand operated universal feed movement (stitch in any direction without turning the fabric being embroidered). Speed 1200 spm. 137x1
114W121 Industrial For producing spiral braiding in addition to the effects achievable on 114W120. Same as 114W120 but with gear shift mechanism for changing the speed of the revolving spool carrier for one, two, three or four stitches to per carrier revolution. Speed 1200 spm. (05/1950) 137x1
114W122   Industrial For ornamenting ladies hats and small tubular work such as hosiery. Regularly fitted to produce three thread cording and all other embroidery effects as produced by 114W121 machine. Peoduces chain or drop stitch. Gear shift mechanism in arm for changing speed of revolving spool carrier to produce two, three or four stitches to each revolution.Speed 1200. (05/1950)  
115 (class) 1912-35 Domestic Vertical rotary hook; straight stitch; treadle or motor .Upper tension on face plate. 15x1
115-1   Domestic Vertical rotary hook. 15x1
115-2 Domestic With hand crank. 15x1
116-1 (Cancelled 01/25) Industrial Siinger suggested replacement 116-2.  
116-2 Industrial   15x1
117-2 Industrial For stitching straw hats with a concealed stitch. Positive set for regulating stitch length (3/16” to 5/8”. Supersedes 117-1; formerly 117SV). 117x1; 117x3
117-3 (Cancelled 1955) Industrial For stitching straw hats with concealed single thread chain stitch. 117x5
117-4 (Cancelled 09/48) Industrial As 117-3; with concealed stitch and adapted for millinery work. 117x5
119W (class) Industrial Two needle hemstitch. Lock stitch. Gear driven. Vertical hooks. Mechanical opener. Drop feed. Knee lifter. Bed 18 3/4" long x 7" wide. Space to right of needle 9 1/4".  
119W1 Industrial Two vibrating needles and independently driven piercer; makes overedge hemstitch. Additional presser for closely woven and heavy fabrics. For hemstitching handkerchiefs, shirtwaists, sheets, etc. at high speed and hemstitching light fabrics with 1/16" openings in straight or curved lines or circles. Forward or straightaway feed. Speed 2250. (05/1950) 130x19
119-2 (Cancelled 09/48) Industrial Singer suggested replacements 153W102 or 153W103. 16x100
119W2 Industrial As 119W2 with mechanism to automatically raise presser after each feed movement to follow curved lines. Two dear driven rotary hooks. For hemstitching light fabrics with 1/16" openings. Forward or straightaway feed. Speed 2250. (05/1950) 130x19
119-3 (Cancelled 09/48) Industrial Singer suggested replacements 153W102 or 153W103. 16x100
120U Industrial High speed, rotary hook, automatic lubrication, lockstitch; drop feed; hand operated reverse. For general stitching on light to heavy weight materials.
122-1 (Cancelled 01/54) Industrial For joining press cloths made of camel's hair for straining cottonseed oil. Needle and shuttle vibrate simultaneously. Makes zigzag line od three stitches of 5/8" each. 4" cylinder shuttle. Upper and under feeds and alternating pressers. Speed 300. 3/4" presser foot lift. 8"diameter pulley. Bed 30 1/2" long. 16" clear space to right of needlebar centre. 5x11
122-2 (Cancelled 09/48) Industrial    
123W (class)   Industrial Lock stitch, vertical hook. Combined needles and upper feeds. Short cylinder. Cylinder bed 2 5/8" diameter. Space at right of needle 3 7/8". (05/1950)  
123-1 (Cancelled 09/48) Industrial For sewing canvas belting up to 5/8" wide and rubber belting up to 1/2" thick. Two needles, two cylinder shuttles. Continuous feed - worm and worm wheel, vibrating needlebar and presser bar. Oil cup. 7/8" presser bar lift. Balance wheel turns away from operator. 5x11
123W1 Industrial

For leather gloves, fabrics, etc. and cylindrical articles which require stitching close up to a straight wall. Max stitch length 4 to the inch. Presser foot clearance 5/16". Speed up to 1000. (05/1950)

 
123W2 Industrial For handbags,. stitching the ends of cylindrical leather boxes, binding leather cases, etc. and articles which require stitching close up to a straight wall. Max stitch length 4 to the inch. Presser foot clearance 5/16". Speed up to 1000. (05/1950)  
124- (class) Industrial For heavy bag work. Single or two thread chain stitch. Loopers furnished for single and two thread stitch. Drop feed. Iron base. Foot lifter. Bed 18". Space at right of needle 7 1/2".  
124-1 Industrial One needle one looper for single thread chain stitch. Also looper for two thread chain stitch. Two independent presser bars and hinged presser feet. For sewing heavy bags. 124x2; 124x4
125-2 (Cancelled 09/37) Industrial Singer suggested replacement 178-1. 24x11
127 (class) 1913-40 Domestic 'Improved' class 27. Vibrating shuttle. Full size bed 14 1/2" x 7". 8 1/8" to right of needle. (Download manual) -
127K (class) 1912-41 Domestic As 127 class.  
127-1   Domestic Treadle, spoked wheel, shuttle ejector. See 127-3. Finished in black japan with bed ornamentation #15 Sphinx, #16 (Rose), #177 (Pearl), #317 (scroll) #318 (coloured) or #492 (Gilt).  
127-2   Domestic Handcrank. Otherwise same as 127-1.  
127-3 1913- Domestic Treadle – same as 127-1. Spoked wheel. Thread cutter, needle thread take up lever cover and shuttle ejector. Bed ornamentation #318. 15x1
127K3 Domestic Vibrating shuttle and shuttle ejector. 15x1
127-4 Domestic Vibrating shuttle and shuttle ejector. As 127-3 with hand attachment. 15x1
127K4 Domestic Vibrating shuttle and shuttle ejector. 15x1
127-12 Domestic Treadle. Wrinkle finish. No take-up lever cover. Intended for foot power. Spoked wheel; with shuttle ejector. (04/1941) 15x1
127-13 Domestic Similar to model 127-3 but fitted with 'BT' or 'BR' add-on motor and Singerlight. Black japan with bed ornamentation #318 or #492'. Check? 15x1
127-14 Domestic As 127-12 but with hand attachment. No take-up lever cover. hand attachments. Spoked wheel, shuttle ejector no take up lever cover. Wrinkle finish and bed ornamentation #492 or #506 (gilt). (04/1941)  
127-23 Domestic Cabinet model. Similar to 127-12. Fitted with 'BY17' or 'BZ17' add-on motor and spotlight, intended for mounting in a cabinet 15x1
127-24 Domestic Similar to 127-12, Fitted with 'BY18' or 'BZ18' add-on motor and spotlight, intended for mounting in a portable.. Bed ornamentation #506 15x1
128 (class) 1912-52 Domestic 'Improved'  class 28. 3/4-size bed (Bed 12" 1/4" x 6 1/2"); vibrating shuttle; high bobbin winder; automatic tension release. (Download manual) -
128B   Domestic    
128K (class) 1912-62 Domestic As 128 class.  
128-1   Domestic Treadle  
128-2   Domestic Hand-crank  
128-3 1917 - ? Domestic Designed for operation by foot power and regularly furnished with a treadle stand. Has spoked balance wheel, thread cutter, needle thread take-up cover. Black japan and bed ornamentation #318. 15x1
128K3 Domestic Vibrating shuttle and shuttle ejector. 15x1
128-4 Domestic Similar to model 128-3 except fitted with hand cranking attachment. Bed ornamentation is #15, #317 or #485 (gilt). 15x1
128K4 Domestic As 128-4. Vibrating shuttle and shuttle ejector. 15x1
128-8 Domestic. Bobbin winder attached to front of the arm upright. No shuttle ejector. Fitted with 'BS7' motor and spotlight, solid balance wheel. Black wrinkle finish and bed ornamentation #497 (gilt). Bracket seat is for motor only and at rear of arm upright. Similar to Standard's 'Hexagon'. (Photo: Bernard Pokorski) 15x1
128-12 Domestic Similar to 128-3 except it comes with a BT motor black wrinkle finish and bed ornamentation #497 or #506. No thread cutter, no shuttle ejector, no take-up lever cover. 15x1
128-13 1917-?? Domestic Similar to 128-3 but with a BT motor and Singerlight. knee or foot operated. Black wrinkle finish and bed ornamentation. #318 or #485. 15x1
128-14 Domestic Same as 128-12 but with handcrank; wrinkle finish; no shuttle ejector; no take-up lever cover; no thread cutter. 15x1
128-18 Domestic Similar to 128-12 but fitted with 'BY17' or 'BZ17' add-on motor and spotlight, Bed ornamentation #497. No thread cutter, no shuttle ejector, no take-up lever cover, solid balance wheel. For use in cabinet table. 15x1
128-23 Domestic. Similar to 127-12 but fitted with 'BY8', 'BY9', 'BZ8', or 'BZ9' add-on motor and spotlight, solid handwheel, no shuttle ejector; wrinkle finish with bed ornamentation #497 or #506. Intended for mounting in a bentwood portable case (portable). (Photo: Valerie Bradley) 15x1
131K 1921-? Industrial  
131W Industrial Multiple needles. Lock stitch. Vrtical hooks. Mechanical opener. Drop feed,Bed 20 3/8" long x 7" wide. Space at right of needle 10". (06/1950) 141x1 (2925)
131W103 Industrial For corset stripping, skirt, cloak and suit manufacture. Max stitch length 8 to the inch. Presser foot clearance 5/16". THREE needles for stitcing three parallel rows. Speed up to 2500. (06/1950)  
131W104 Industrial For corset stripping, skirt, cloak and suit manufacture. Max stitch length 8 to the inch. Presser foot clearance 5/16". FOUR needles and four rotary hooks. Makes four rows of parallel stitches simultaneously. For light and medium weight fabrics. Speed 2500. (06/1950) 141x1 (2925)
131W113 Industrial As 131W104 but with puller feed device. Speed 2500 RPM. Especially fitted for sewing parachutes. Max stitch length 8 to the inch. Presser foot clearance 7/32". FOUR NEEDLES. Puller feed. Speed up to 2500. (06/1950) 141x1 (2925)
132K (class)   Industrial For cloth canvas or leather. Lock stitch. Rotating hook mechanism with replacable bearing rings. Max stitch length 2 to the inch. Link take up. Needle bar link. Presser foot clearance 1/2". Flat bed 20 1/2" long x 9 7/8" wide. Space at right of needle 10".  
132K1 1927-? Industrial Drop feed, alternating presser feet. For automobile tops, tents, awnings, etc. 216x1 (cloth); 216x2 (leather)
132K5 Industrial Drop feed, hinged presser foot; 'special' short needle bar  to give rigidity to the needle when penetrating heavy fabrics or leather; for general work which doesn't require alternating presser feet; cloth, canvas and leather work. 216x1 (cloth); 216x2 (leather)
132B6 Industrial  
132K6 Industrial One needle; alternating pressers; rotary hook; large bobbin. Compensating drop feed. For general heavy cloth, canvas and leather and canvas work; tents and awnings, closing large bags and hold-alls. Speed 1200. 216x1 (cloth); 216x2 (leather)
132K7 Industrial Flat Bed, compensating drop feed, needle bar link, link take-up, rotating hook. Max. stitch length 1/2". For general cloth, canvas and leather work. Speed 1200. 216x3
132K8 Industrial Flat bed, compensating drop feed, needle bar link, link take-up, rotating hook. Max stitch length 1/2". For heavy jute and hemp threads; sack work. Speed 1200. 216x3
132K9 Industrial Flat bed, compensating drop feed, alternating pressers, needle bar link, link take-up rotating hook. Max. stitch length 1/2 inch. For heavy jute and hemp threads; sack work. 216x3
132K10 (Cancelled 05/55) Industrial For general cloth, canvas and leather work. Singer suggested replacement 132K7. 216x1 (cloth); 216x2 (leather)
132K12 Industrial Flat bed, drop feed, needle bar link, link take-up, high lift vertical trimmer, trimming knife; rotating hook; automatic variable tension. Max. stitch length 1/2". For trimming stitching and trimming soft shoulder pads. 216x1
132W Industrial 135x9 (1902)
132W100 Industrial 135x7
133K (class) 1929-? Industrial Short arm. Cylinder bed. Rotating hook. Lock stitch. Link take up. Needle bar link. Work plate. Gravity (sight feed) lubrication of the hook. Cylinder bed 18 3/4" long x 4 5/8" at end. Space at right of needle 10". (03/1953)  
133K8 Industrial Cylinder bed; alternating pressers; drop feed; needle bar link; link take-up. For general cloth, canvas and leather work. 216x1 (cloth); 216x2 (leather)
133K9 Industrial Cylinder bed; alternating pressers; drop feed; needle bar link; link take-up. For general cloth, canvas and leather work. 216x1 (cloth); 216x2 (leather)
133K10 Industrial Cylinder bed; roller presser; drop feed; needle bar link; link take-up. For leather work. 216x1 (cloth); 216x2 (leather)
133K11 Industrial Cylinder bed; NO FEEDING MECHANISM. High arm; lifting presser; high lift. Positive stop motion for single tacks. Tension released between tacks. Treadle operated. For tacking cushion pads, etc. Needle bar link; link take-up. For general cloth, canvas and leather work. 216x5
133K12 Industrial NO FEEDING MECHANISM. High lift presser. Stop motion for single tacks. For tacking cushion pads, etc. 216x5
133K13 (Cancelled 04/47) Industrial NO FEEDING MECHANISM. Lifting presser, link take-up and work plate. For sack darning. Hook oiling device. Singer suggested replacement 133K18. 216x7
133K14 Industrial NO FEEDING MECHANISM. Lifting presser, link take-up and work plate. Fast and loose pulleys for upper or lower belt drive. For sack darning. Hook oiling device. 216x7
133K15 Industrial Long arm. NO feeding mechanism. Lifting presser, and work plate. For darning and stitching. 216x1 or 216x3
133K17 Industrial Long arm, drop feed, alternating pressers. For general cloth, canvas and leather work. 216x1 (cloth); 216x2 (leather)
133K18 Industrial For sack darning. NO FEEDING MECHANISM. Lifting presser. Work plate. Speed 1200. As 133K13 - but different oiler and rotating hook.(03/1953) 216x7
133W100 Industrial Flat stitch embroidery; Madeira eyelets; French knots; seed stitch, scallops, etc. Gear driven, rotary hook (right twist thread). Uses embroidery hoops. NO FEEDING MECHANISM. 135x9
133W102   Industrial For flat stitch embroidery and madeira eyelets. Special hook and bobbin case (no opener) for left twist artificial silk. Hook point rotates towards operator. Speed up to 2000. (02/1952)  
133W103   Industrial For flat stitch embroidery only. Also has cord guide and arm cap and spool holder complete - otherwise same as 133W102. (02/1952)  
134K 1926-26 Industrial    
134W (class) Industrial    
134W1 Industrial Feed off the arm. Two needles; two rotary hooks. Speed 4000 RPM. For lap seam felling on men’s shirts, etc. 128x13
134W3 Industrial Two needles; two rotary hooks; two parallel rows of lockstitch. Feed off the arm. Compound feed (needle- and drop-feeds). For the manufacture of overalls, uniforms, raincoats, etc. to bring two or more plies of material out even at the end of seams. Speed 4000 RPM. 135x7
134W4 Industrial As 134W3 but with wide bed. For closing or stripping elastic corsets and ladies' foundation garments. 135x7
134W5 Industrial For lap seam felling on canvas, rubberised fabrics, heavy clothing, etc. Maximum stitch length 8 to the inch. Presser foot clearance 3/8". Standard gauges are 3/16" and 1/4" (adjustable). Circumference of cylinder 10 5/8". Lap seam feller is removable without readjusting. Compound feed. Alternating pressers. Speed up to 2500. (02/1952)  
134W6 Industrial For lap seam felling on canvas, rubberised fabrics, heavy clothing, etc. Maximum stitch length 8 to the inch. Presser foot clearance 1/4". Standard gauges are 5/32" and 1/4" (adjustable). Circumference of cylinder 14". Lap seam feller is removable without readjusting. Compound feed. Alternating pressers. Speed up to 2500. (02/1952)  
134W7 Industrial For lap seam felling shirts, pajamas, etc. Maximum stitch length 8 to the inch. Presser foot clearance 3/16". Standard gauges are 3/32", 1/8", 5/32", 3/16" and 1/4" (adjustable). Circumpherence of cylinder 10 5/8". Lap seam feller is removable without readjusting. Drop feed. Speed up to 3500. (02/1952)  
135W1 Industrial Single needle; feed off the arm; zigzag; machine. Speed 3500 RPM. Designed for closing operations on ladies’ fine lingerie, corsets. etc. 135x7 (1901)
135W110 Industrial    
136W (class) Industrial Continuous wheel feed (no clutches). Post (-bed) machines. Lock stitch. Gear driven. Vertical hook. Swinging needle bar. Knee lifter. Ball bearing roller presser. Post 7" high. 1 7/8" x 2" at top .(06/1950)  
136W100 Industrial For leather work. Maximum stitch length 12 to the inch. Roller presser clearance 1/4". Generally fitted to make 19, 21 or 23 stitches per inch. Speed up to 3000. (06/1950)  
136W101 Industrial For close edge stitching on fine shoes. NEEDLE SET AT ANGLE. Clearance under roller presser 1/8". Ortherwise the same as 136W100. Speed up to 3000. (06/1950)  
136W102 Industrial Post bed. Continuous gear driven wheel feed in unison with needle feed. Vertical trimmer. For leather work and the manufacture of slippers, mittens, etc. where it is desirous to stitch and trim the outside and the lining in one operation. 16x4
136W103 Industrial As 136W102 but with oblique underedge trimmer. For leather work and the manufacture of slippers, mittens, etc. where it is desirous to stitch and undertrim the lining in one operation. Speed 3000 spm. 16x4
136W104 Industrial Post bed. Continuously moving gear driven wheel feed in unison with needle feed. Horizontal underedge trimmer. For simultaneously stitching and undertrimming the linings of shoes, etc. One needle. Gear driven rotary hook. Roller preaser. Max. speed 3000 spm. 16x4
136W105 Industrial Post bed. Vertical hook. Continuous wheel feed. Ball bearing roller presser. Horizontal undertrimmer attached to hook post. For simultaneously stitching the edges and undertrimming the linings of shoes. Generally fitted to make 15, 16 or 18 stitches per inch. Speed up to 3000. (02/1955)  
138G Industrial 16x2 (2083)
138K (class)   Industrial Single thread. Cam operated. Alternating pressers. Top feed. Stitch regulator.Bed 15 3/4" long x 7" wide.  
138W (class)   Industrial Two needle, compound feed post machines. Lock stitch. Vertical hooks. Belt drive. Link take-up. Knee lifter. Post 7" high. 1 7/8" by 3 1/2" at top and varies with gauge.  
138K1 1925-? Industrial For blanket whipping (over edging) with or without hem. Needle, hook needle and looper. Clearance under pressser foot 3/16". Distance between stitches up to 1/2". Speed 800. 85x1 (2043)
138W101 Industrial High speed; two needle; compound feed; post bed. For overalls, raincoats, underwear, corsets, etc. in gauges from 1/8" to 3/4". (05/1951) 135x7 (1901)
140W (class) Industrial Ornamental stitch. Lock stitch. Belt driven. Transverse hook. Drop feed. Knee lifter. Bed 15 3/8" long x 7" wide. Space at right of needle 7 3/4". (01/1954) 135x9 (1902)
140G (class) Industrial 135x9 (1902)
140W1 Industrial Rotary hook; vibrating needle and forward and back feeding mechanism. For faggotting, feather- and ornamental stitching especially in women's wear and shoes. Speed 2200 stitches per minute. (01/1954) 135x7 (1901)
140W2   Industrial For uniting two pieces of material straight or curved edges, with open work fagot stitching. Clearance under presser foot 1/4". Max stitch length 7 to the inch. Speed up to 2200. Fittings for feather stitch were available. (01/1954)  
141K 1975-1977 Domestic 'Capri'; zigzag; Apollo hook; flatbed version of 161K; encl. motor; light beige. 15x1
142W (class) Industrial Single needle lockstitch. Compound feed. For darning. Short arm. Cylinder bed. Belt drive. Link take up. Thread cutter. Bed 1 25/32" diameter at end.Space under cylinder 2 15/32". (10/1952) 135x1 (1451)
142W27 Industrial For darning and repairing shirts, socks, sweaters and similar articles. Motor is attached to rear of the machine arm. Presser foot adjustable for thick or thin materials. Speed up to 1500. (10/1952)
143G2 Industrial See 143W.
143W2 Industrial High speed - 3500 spm. Aluminium alloy vibrating needle bar frame and rotary hook. For over seaming and zigzag stitching in fine lingerie, general fabrics and lightweight leather. Maximum throw = 3/16" vibrating both sides of centre line. 135x7 (1901)
143W3 Industrial As 143W2 but wider maximum throw = 5/16". For basting and tacking coat pads. Max stitch length 5 to the inch. (06/1950) 135x7 (1901)
144B Industrial Long arm 30"; upper and lower feed; reverse feed; auto lubrication; extra large hook. Needle bar stroke: 1 27/32". High presser lift. For tents, sail cloths, heavy synthetic, etc.
144W Industrial 7x3 (5213)
144WSV33 Industrial Long arm 30"; walking foot and needle feed for sewing heavy, large items like canvas, tents, etc.
144W102 Industrial Single needle lockstitch. Compound feed and high lift pressers. For automobile work, tents, awnings, furniture, upholstering, leather coats, etc. High arm; 10" space to the right of the needle. 7x3; 7x19
144W102 Industrial Compound feed. One Needle 7x3; 7x19
144W103 Industrial Compound feed. One Needle 7x3
144W204 Industrial Long arm. Single needle lockstitch. Compound feed and high lift alternating pressers. For tarpaulins, awnings, automobile work, etc. High arm with 20" space to the right of the needle. 7x3 cloth; 7x19 for cardboard fibre door panels
144W304 Industrial Extra long arm. Single needle lockstitch. Compound feed and high lift alternating pressers. For tarpaulins, awnings, automobile work, etc. High arm with 30" space to the right of the needle. (09/1956) 7x3 cloth; 7x19 for cardboard fibre door panels
145K 1920-? Industrial Cylinder bed 20 1/2" long. 3 1/2" diam. at end. Space at LEFT of needle 10". BALANCE WHEEL AT LEFT OF OPERATOR. Lock stitch. Long beak oscillating shuttle. Drop feed. Max stitch length 4 to the inch. For leather.  
145K1 Industrial For leather. Roller presser. Similar to 45K25 but with balance wheel at left. Cylinder shuttle. Speed 900.  
145W103 Industrial Walking Foot - One Needle 7x23
145W304 Industrial Has bed 42 3/4" long x 9" wide. Space at right of needle 30" and handwheel on side of machine - otherwise same as 145W204. (09/1956)
146- (class)   Industrial For closing filled bags. Two thread chain stitch. Thread cutter.  
146-1 (Cancelled 09/48) Industrial Singer suggested replacement 146-71.  
146-3 (Cancelled 09/48) Industrial    
146-4   Industrial    
146-5 (Cancelled 09/48) Industrial    
146-30 (Cancelled 09/48) Industrial Singer suggested replacement 146-33.  
146-31 (Cancelled 09/48) Industrial Singer suggested replacement 146-33.  
146-32 (Cancelled 09/48) Industrial Singer suggested replacement 146-33.  
146-33 Industrial For overhead suspension. Consists of 146-71 machine head and dust-proof motor. (09/1956)  
146-51   Industrial Machine head only. For heavy weight bags. Clearance under presser foot (compensating hinged) 5/8". Stitch length 3 to 6 to the inch. (09/1956)  
146-53 (Cancelled 09/48) Industrial For closing heavy bags after they are filled. Two independent presser bars and hinged presser feet. Presser foot lift 5/8". 124x4
146-55 (Cancelled 09/48) Industrial    
146-71   Industrial Machine head only. For medium and medium heavy bags. Clearance under presser foot (compensating hinged) 7/15". Stitch length 2 to the inch. (09/1956)  
146-80   Industrial Column stand type. Consists of 146-71 machine head with Series S38 dust-proof motor. (09/1956)  
146-81   Industrial Same as 146-80 except fitted with machine head 146-51. (09/1956)  
147- (class)   Industrial For cloth and leather. Two thread chain stitch, unless otherwise noted. Drop feed, ubless otherwise noted. Belt guard. Foot lifter. Automatic lubrication. Base 16 1/2" long. Space at right of needle 8 1/4". (07/1953)  
147-1 (Cancelled 04/47) Industrial    
147-2 (Cancelled 02/41) Industrial    
147-3 (Cancelled 05/46) Industrial    
147-4 (Cancelled 1955) Industrial One needle; one looper; roller presser. Speed <3500. For stitching button stays on knit underwear. 62x43
147-23 Industrial Two needles; two loopers. Alternating pressers. Independent upper and lower feeds. Speed <3000. For general work in fabrics and light leather. 62x45; 62x21
147-27 Industrial For cording and air tucking in skirts, waists, millinery, etc. Two needles, one looper. Speed <3500. 62x21 to 62x29
147-35 Industrial For staying shoes, Two needles; two loopers; two thread chain stitch. Thread nipping device. Speed up to 3500. 62x20
147-80 Industrial One-needle, one-looper, two-thread chainstitch; auto lubrication. Needle bar stroke 1 1/8". 10 to 25 stitches to the inch. 4300 RPM. For general work in lightweight material. 62x47
147-81 Industrial One-needle, one-looper, two-thread chainstitch; auto lubrication. Needle bar stroke 1 7/32" - as 147-80 but with greater feed lift and throw. Speed 4000 RPM. 6 to 25 stitches to the inch. For seaming light and medium weight pants, seat covers, fabric gloves and similar work. 62x43
147-84 Industrial One-needle, one-looper, two-thread chainstitch; auto lubrication. Needle bar stroke 1 3/8". Speed 3800 RPM. For plain stitching on mattresses and studio couch work. 6 to 18 stitches to the inch. 62x45
147-85 Industrial One-needle, one-looper, two-thread chainstitch; auto lubrication. As 147-84, but for binding and plain stitching on mattresses and studio couches. Speed 3800 RPM. 62x45
147-86 Industrial One-needle, one-looper, two-thread chainstitch; auto lubrication. As 147-84, but for pants seaming on medium and heavy work. Speed 3800 RPM. 62x45
147-88 Industrial For cloth or leather. For work gloves, trousers, trousers, mattresses, binding, welting, etc. One needle; one looper. Independent upper and under feed. Stitch length up to 5 to the inch. Speed 3800. (10/1952)  
147-89 Industrial Fpor closing shoes and stitching shoe linings. One needle; one looper. Ball bearing. Roller presser. Max. stitch length 8 to the inch. Speed 4000. (10/1952)  
147-90 Industrial One needle and one looper, Alternating pressers and drop feed - upper and under feeds work independently. Automatic oiling. Needle bar stroke is 1 5/16". 5 to 20 stitches to the inch. For cloth or leather; stitching gloves, closing shoes, etc., also for binding light and medium weight fabrics or leather. Speed 3000. (10/1952) 62x43
147-91 Industrial For sewing medium heavy and heavy weight fabrics. One needle; one looper. Puller feed. Under thread nipper. Upper and under feed rolls. Stitch length 3 1/2 to 18 to the inch. Speed 3500. (10/1952)  
147-108 Industrial For seat seaming medium and medium heavy trousers. Same as 147-104 except needle bar stroke 1 3/8". Speed up to 3800. (10/1952)  
147-110 Industrial For seaming trousers and similar fabrics. Two needles; two loopers. Independent upper and under feed. Stitch length up to 5 per inch. Needle bar stroke 1 5/16". Ball bearing. Speed up to 3800. (10/1952)  
147-111 Industrial Same as 147-110 except that the needles are in reverse position. For glove work. Speed up to 3800. (10/1952)  
147-115 Industrial Similar to 147-90 except it has two needles and two loopers. For stitching general work in fabrics and light and medium weight leather. 62x43
147-117   Industrial For sewing light or medium weight cloth or leather. Two needles; one looper. Three thread chain stitch. Independent upper and lower feeds. Alternating pressers. Ball bearing. Needle bar stroke 1 1/8". Speed 3000. (11/1953)  
147-118   Industrial For stitching around the draw on the backs of gloves. Two needles; one looper. Three thread chain stitch. Ball bearing. Needle bar stroke 1 1/8". Speed 3600. (11/1953)  
147-119   Industrial For sewing medium heavy and heavy weight fabrics. Two needles; two loopers. Under thread nipper. Puller feed. Upper and under feed rolls. Ball bearing. Needle bar stroke 1 3/8". Speed 3500. (11/1953)  
147-120   Industrial For sewing light and medium weight fabrics. Two needles; two loopers. Puller feed. Upper and under feed rolls. Ball bearing. Needle bar stroke 1 7/32". Speed 3800. (11/1953)  
147-130   Industrial For lap seaming light and medium weight fabrics. Three needles; three loopers. Ball bearing. Needle bar stroke 1 7/32". Stitch length 7 to 25 to the inch. Speed up to 4000. (10/1952)  
147-131   Industrial For lap seaming medium heavy and heavy weight fabrics. Three needles; three loopers. Ball bearing. Needle bar stroke 1 3/8". Stitch length 6 to 25 to the inch. Speed up to 3800. (10/1952)  
147-132   Industrial For lap seaming heavy weight fabrics. Three needles; three loopers. Ball bearing. Needle bar stroke 1 5/32". Stitch length 6 to 18 to the inch. Speed up to 3600. (10/1952)  
148- (class)   Industrial For cloth or leather as described. Cylinder bed. Two-thread chain stitch. Drop feed up the cylinder. Foot lifter. Hand wheel on side. Space at back of needles 9 5/8". (07/1953)  
148M 1978-79 Domestic 'Capri'; encl. motor; cream. 15x1
148-1 Industrial 148x1; 148x2
148-3 Industrial 148x1; 148x2
148-5 Industrial Two needles; one looper; 3-thread chainstitch; feed up the cylinder. Speed 3200 spm. For seam covering on knit underwear, lightweight sweaters. (07/1953) 148x1
148-6 Industrial Two needles; two loopers. Four threads - simultaneously makes parallel lines of two thread chain stitching. Speed up to 3200. (07/1953)  
149-2 Industrial For stitching facings and button stays on men’s shirts. Sleeve setting., and for two line, two thread chain stitch in light and medium weight fabrics. Two needles. Two loopers. 55x5
149-3 Industrial For stitching centres on men’s shirts and other work requiring four row stitching. Four needles. Four loopers. 55x5
149-6 Industrial Two needle, flat bed. Two thread chain stitch. Drop feed. Positive ruffling mechanism. Fed. Stitch Type 401. Stitch length 5 1/2 to 16 to the inch. Speed up to 3500. For ruffling curtains, blouses. (07/1953) 55x5
151- (class) Industrial Three-thread chain stitch. -
151-1 Industrial Two needles and one looper.  Speed 2250. For stitching hat sweats. Makes an ornamental stitch and is fitted with folding attachment with overseaming three-thread chain stitch. 16x239 or 16x240
151K1 Industrial As 151W1. For corsets, cloth mittens, leather palm gloves, etc. and for stitching close to the edge of collars and cuffs. 135x1; 135x3  for silk thread.
151W1 Industrial One needle and belt-driven rotary sewing hook; lockstitch; space to right of needle 5 3/4". Automatic lubrication of hook race. Unison feed. For use in manufacture of corsets, leather palm gloves, and for stitching close to the edge of collars, cuffs and similar work. 135x1; 135x3 for silk thread.
151-2 1926-? Industrial Two needles and one looper. Makes ornamental stitch and is fitted with a folding attachment used with overseaming three-thread chain stitch. Speed 2250. For stitching the edge of sweats for caps and soft caps. (Formerly 151SV1). 16x239; 16x240
151K2 1926- Industrial As 151W2. 135x1
151W2 Industrial As 151W1 but with attachments for inserting and guiding raw edges of a machine turned collar within the band while stitching it. 135x1; 135x3 for silk thread.
151K3 Industrial As 151W3. 135x1; 135x3  for silk thread
151W3 Industrial As 151W1 but for binding. 135x1; 135x3  for silk thread.
151W6 Industrial For collar and cuff work. Max stitch length 8 to the inch. Clearance under presser foot 7/32" Fitted for close edge stitching. Speed 3000. (11/1953)  
152-11 Industrial For stitching facings and button stays on men’s shirts and work in light and medium weight fabrics. Two needles. Two loopers. Length of stitch 10 to 25 to the inch. Needles set diagonally with right hand needle to the rear and makes two parallel lines of two thread chain stitching. Ball bearings on arm shaft. Speed up to 4000. (01/1954) 62x47
153W (class) Industrial Single needle. Compound feed. Lock stitch. Belt driven. Vertical hook. Mechanical opener. link take-up. Foot lifter. Feed across the arm. Cylinder bed diameter 2 9/16" at end. Space to right of needle 10 1/2". (04/1959)  
153W100 Industrial Cylinder bed; belt driven vertical hook, cylinder bed, compound feed, link take-up. One needle, one hook. Speed 3000 RPM. For setting sleeves in leather coats, etc. 135x7
153W101 Industrial As 153W100 with alternating pressers and compound feed; alternating pressers; high speed; belt drive. Link take-up. Safety clutch; foot lifter. For setting sleeves and general work on medium or heavy weight cloth or leather. Gauges 1/8" to 1/2". Speed up to 2900. (04/1959) 135x7 (135x16 in another manual)
153W102 Industrial As 153W100 with one needle, one hook and four-motion under feed (compound feed). For stitching light and medium weight cloth and leather. Speed up to 3000. (04/1959) 135x7
153W103 Industrial As 153W100 with alternating pressers and compound feed (four motion underfeed). For stitching light and medium weight cloth and leather. Speed up to 2900. (04/1959) 135x7 (135x16 in another manual)
153W104 Industrial Single needle, lockstitch, compound feed, horizontal cylinder, vertical axis hook, alternating pressers, mechanical opener. Four motion feed mechanism. Stitch length 7 to the inch. For closing spring filled cushions. Speed up to 2900. (04/1959) 135x17
154W101 Industrial As 153W102 but with two needles and two hooks. 135x7 (1901)
157 Domestic 15x1
157-1 Industrial For stitching bags. One needle; one looper.  
157-4 Industrial For stitching bags made of paper, medium or heavy weight burlap or canvas up to 5/16" thick. Clearance under presser foot 7/16". One needle; one looper. Usually fitted for 2 to 3 stitches to the inch. Speed 3000. (01/1954)  
158 Domestic 15x1
158- (class) Industrial For piece-end stitching in bleacheries and dye works. Single thread chain stitch.  
158-3 Industrial Machine head 158-23 bolted to a portable column stand. The head is comparable to the class 81 machine. Hand operated thread cutter. Single thread chain stitch. Large feed wheel with spurs revolves in unison with feeding mechanism of machine. For foot operation. (02/52)  
158-4 Industrial Same as 158-3 except furnished with a Series 9 motor for electric operation. Speed up to 1800. (02/1952)  
158-5 Industrial Machine head 158-23 bolted to a portable stand. The head is comparable to the class 24 machine. over edge single or double thread chain stitch. Automatic trimmer (in advance of stitch. Large feed wheel with spurs revolves in unison with feeding mechanism of machine. (Usually) with Series 9 motor for electric operation. (02/1952)  
158-7 Industrial For piece-end stitching cotton, rayon, flannel, plush, and other non-elastic materials up to 108" wide/ Similar to 158-6 except the entire equipment is mounted on a portable steel framework. (02/1952)  
158-23 Industrial Head only of the class 24 type. Used with combination of the 158-3 and 158-4 machines. Single thread chain stitch. Speed up to 1800. (02/1952)  
159 Domestic 15x1
159-2 Industrial For overedging heavy burlap bags with flax, jute or hemp twine; on material up to 1/2" thick. Looper and spreader for making two thread chain stitch. Also adaptable for taping and overedging felt cushions for rugs. (Supersedes 159-1) 124x4 (for heavy work); 124x2 (for light work)
160M 1974 Domestic 'Capri'; zigzag; built-in 4 step buttonholer; encl. motor; cream 15x1
161K 1975-1977 Domestic Capri; zigzag; tubular bed version of 141K; Apollo hook; encl. motor; light beige 15x1
162 Domestic 15x1
163K 1978 Domestic 'Capri'; Tubular bed; Apollo hook; 5 built-in stitches; encl. motor; Flexi; orange/cream 15x1
165K 1978-1979 Domestic 'Capri'; Tubular bed; Apollo hook; 3 built-in stitches; encl. motor; Flexi; orange/cream 15x1
167 Domestic 15x1
167W100 Industrial Two needles; zigzag; long arm; lockstitch; drop feed. Link take-up. Needles and hooks vibrate in unison both sides of the needle. For stitching in corsets, underwear, sails and articles requiring two rows of zigzag stitching. 135x7 (1901)
168 Domestic 15x1
168W (class) Industrial Compound feed, post bed machines. Lock stitch. Vertical hook. Belt drive. Link take-up. Foot lifter. Post 7" high. 1 7/8" by 2" at top. Space to right of needle 10 1/2". (01/1954)  
168W101 Industrial Post bed; lock stitch; single needle; compound feed with alternating pressers. Especially adapted for stitching general tubular work where cross seams are encountered. For stitching in the sock lining and attaching the wrapper on California process shoes. Speed up to 2900. (01/1954) 135x17
169 Domestic
170 Domestic
172K (class) Industrial For gloves. Prix seam lock stitch. Gear driven rotating hook. Link take-up. Foot lifter. (07/1953)
172K1 Industrial Horizontal needle; serrated disc feed. Automatictension release. Speed 2500 spm. (07/1953)
175 (class) Industrial Single thread chain stitch. Vibrating needle bar. Needle bar stroke is 1-7/8". Thread is broken after each button sewing operation by raising the button clamp.  Speed 1000 spm. 175x1
175G (class) Industrial For sewing on buttons and snap fasteners. Single thread chain stitch. Rotating looper. Needle bar vibration. Automatic stop motion. Auto. thread breaker. Auto and constant tension. Needle guide and thread positioning finger.  
175-31 Industrial For sewing buttonholes on shirts, waists, underwear and all light and wash goods fabrics. For two and four hole flat buttons. Speed 1000 RPM. 175x1
175-32 Industrial For attaching two-hole and four-hole flat buttons, in sizes from 10 to 24 ligne, to dress shirts, underwear, etc., making 16 stitches, including two parallel cross-over and knotting stitches. When sewing four-hole buttons, makes an "X" shaped stitch with the two parallel crossover stitches, one from each pair of holes, laying the tie stitch at the base of the pile of stitches where it is protected. With thread nipper and cutter for starting end of thread. 175x1
175-33 Industrial For sewing snap fasteners and buttons on dresses, blouses, underwear knits, etc. Two and four hole buttons. Needle bar vibration. Speed 1000 RPM. 175x5; 175x1
175-34 Industrial For sewing buttons on boys' and men's clothing, work shirts, pants, overalls, etc. For medium and large two and four hole buttons. Speed 1000 RPM. 175x3; 175x11
175-35    Industrial For sewing buttons on boys' and men's clothing, work shirts, pants, overalls, etc. For medium and large two and four hole buttons. Speed 1000 RPM. 175x3
175-36 Industrial For attaching two-hole and four-hole flat buttons, in sizes from 80 to 120 ligne, to coats, etc., making 18 stitches, including crossover and knotting stitches. When sewing four-hole buttons, makes two parallel bars of stitches and one diagonal cross-over stitch. 175x1
175-37 Industrial For attaching four-hole buttons, in sizes from 20 to 45 ligne, to custom pants, coats, navy uniforms, etc., in two operations without removing the work from the clamp. Makes 22 stitches in two groups of 11 stitches each without a cross-over stitch. For sewing close to the fabric, through and through only. Speed 1000 RPM. Can be adjusted to sew two-hole buttons with 11 stitches including the knotting stitch, but can not the Dubbilstay Stitch. 175x3
175-38 Industrial For sewing top and stay buttons on one operation. For raincoats, sheep-lined clothing, leather jackets, etc. For medium and large, two- and four-hole buttons. Speed 1000 spm. 175x3; 175x11
175-39 Industrial For extra heavy sewing on speciality work, coats, barbers' coats, Naval uniforms, etc. For four and two hole buttons. Speed 1000 RPM. 175x3
175-40 Industrial For attaching all kinds of military eyelet shank buttons, in sizes from 18 to 45 ligne, to uniforms, making 16 stitches, including knotting stitch. Equipped for blind stitching and for stitching through and through. 175x7; 175x11
175-41 Industrial For attaching all kinds of military eyelet shank buttons, in sizes from 18 to 45 ligne, and stay buttons in sizes from 18 to 22 ligne, to uniforms in one operation stitching through and through, making 16 stitches, including knotting stitch. 175x7; 175x11
175-42 Industrial For attaching leather shank buttons, in sizes from 18 to 45 ligne, with stay buttons in sizes from 18 to 22 ligne, to raincoats, sports apparel and similar outdoor garments, making 16 stitches; including knotting stitch, in one operation stitching through and through, or blind stitching, or without stay buttons. 175x7; 175x11
175-43 Industrial For attaching self-shank buttons, in sizes from 14 to 45 ligne, to shirts, sweaters, children's knit goods, sports wear and similar garments, making 12 stitches, including knotting stitch. Equipped for blind stitching only. 175x7
175-45 Industrial For sewing buttons on sack coats and top coats, where button is raised from the material. For four and two hole buttons. 175x3; 175x11
175-46 Industrial For sewing buttons on sack coats and top coats, where button is raised from the material. For four and two hole buttons. 175x7; 175x11
175-47 Industrial For necking or shanking medium and large four hole buttons, in sizes from 20 to 45 ligne, after they have been sewn away from the fabric on 175-48 or on175-60 to 175-63 when fitted with shanking feet. Adjustable for the Dubbilstay Stitch when sewing two-hole buttons; spreading. For vests and pants, etc. Makes 22 stitches neck of button, forming shank between button and fabric. 175x7
175-48 Industrial For attaching four-hole flat buttons, in sizes from 20 to 45 ligne, and stay buttons in sizes from 18 to 22 ligne, to vests, sack coats, top coats, overcoats, etc., making 22 stitches in two groups of 11 stitches each without a cross-over stitch, and without removing the work from clamp. Equipped for blind stitching; also stitching through and through. Adjustable to sew two-hole buttons, but can not the Dubbilstay Stitch.  Speed 1000 spm. (02/1951) 175x7
175-49 Industrial For wrapping a group of staying stitches around the ends of cords to prevent fraying, and for tacking two or more wires together, making 32 stitches, including three knotting stitches. Will take work up to 5/16" diameter. Special for the Electrical Trades. (02/1951) 175x7
175-50 Industrial For wrapping a group of staying stitches around the ends of cords to prevent fraying and for tacking two or more wires together, making 22 stitches, including three knotting stitches. Will take work up to 5.16" diameter. Special for the Electrical Trades. 175x7
175-51 Industrial For sewing "buds" on underwear and bulky material; for tacking gloves together, and tacking paper tickets and clothing to distinguish the lat, size, colour, etc., during manufacture. Makes 9 tacking stitches. Speed 1000 spm. 175x7
175-52 Industrial For necking or shanking buttons, in sizes from 20 to 45 ligne, after being sewn away from the fabric on 175-48 or 175-60 to 175-63 when fitted with shanking feet. Adjustable for the Dubbilstay Stitch when sewing two-hole buttons; spreading. Used for vests, sack coats, top coats, overcoats, etc. Makes 32 stitches around the neck of buttons forming a neat and firm shank between the button and material. (02/1951) 175x7
175-60 Industrial For sewing medium and large two- and four-hole buttons on men's boys' clothing. Needlebar vibration. Speed 1000 RPM. Makes Dubbilstay stitch on two-hole buttons. 175x7
175-61 Industrial For sewing on two or four hole flat buttons. Equipped for snap fasteners. Speed 1000 RPM. 175x7
175-62 Industrial Single thread chainstitch for sewing medium and large two- and four-hole flat buttons, from 20 to 45 ligne, through and through stitch. Needle bar stroke = 1 7/8". 175x7
175G62 Industrial For sewing two- or four- hole flat buttons, from 20 to 45 lingo. through and through stitch close to the material. 15 stitches including crossover and knitting stitch. For buttons with holes 7/64" to 7/32" apart. Speed <1000. (11/1956) 175x7
175-63 Industrial As 176-62 but needle bar stroke = 1 5/8" and can be fitted for snap fasteners.1 5/8" also for self shank and metal eyelet buttons. 175x3
176- (class) Industrial For fur work, slipper and glove work as described. Single thread overseas stitch. Disc feed. Horizontal needle bar. Three movement looper. Feed clutch mechanism. Foot control for spreading feeding discs. (03/1953)  
176-11 Industrial For light and medium fur work. Also for closing and sleeve operations. Three movement looper. Horizontal needle bar with 1" stroke. Stitch length 8 to 36 to the inch. Toothed disc feed. Speed 2000 RPM. 176x11
176-12 Industrial For medium and heavy fur work. Also for closing and sleeve operations. Three movement looper. Horizontal needle bar with 1 1/8" stroke. Stitch length 8 to 36 to the inch. Toothed disc feed. Speed 1750 RPM. 176x3
176-13 Industrial For heaviest fur work. Three movement looper. Horizontal needle bar with 1 1/8" stroke. Stitch length 4 to 10 to the inch. Toothed feed discs. Speed 1500 RPM. 176x5
176-21 Industrial For light and medium fur work. Three movement looper. Horizontal needle bar with 1" stroke. Stitch length 8 to 36 to the inch. 1/8" toothed feed discs & 1/32" for the expensive stuff. Speed 2400 RPM. 176x1
176-22 Industrial For medium and heavy fur work. Also for closing and sleeve operations. Horizontal needle bar with 1 1/8" stroke. Stitch length 8 to 36 to the inch. Toothed discs with 1/8" surface. Speed 2000 RPM. 176x3
176-31 Industrial For light to medium-heavy fur work. Length of stitch 8 to 36 to the inch. Discs have 1/8" wide toothed feed surface. Speed 2400. (03/1953)  
176-33 Industrial For heavy fur work. Length of stitch 4 to 10 to the inch. Discs have 5/32" wide toothed feed surface. Speed 1500. (03/1953)  
176-34 Industrial For sewing sock lining in felt and leather slippers. Stitches 4 to 10 to the inch. Speed 1500 RPM. Horizontal needle. (03/1953) 176x5
177C 1970-74 Domestic Zigzag. Tan. Made in Brazil. 15x1
177-2 Industrial One needle; one shuttle; 2” diameter cylinder bed. 7 1/2" space between needle and base of arm. For darning and mending towels, tablecloths, etc. 177x1 177x1
178- (class) Industrial For sewing on buttons. Hand operated. Single thread chain stitch. Rotating looper. Automatic stop. Automatic thread breaker. Base 9 5/8" long. Space at right of needle 5". (06/1954)  
178-1 Industrial Hand operated, single thread chain stitch for two- and four-hole flat buttons to barbers' coats, shirts and clothing generally. Can be on column stand. (06/1954) 175x1
179 Domestic
179W2   Industrial For womens's and men's outerwear, jackets, coats, uniforms, dresses etc., having two-piece front construction. Produces bound buttonholes - narrow (3/16") or wide (1/4"). (01/1954)  
185K (class) 1958-64 Domestic Update of 99K. 3/4 size (12-1/2" bed). Straight stitch. Side drop-in bobbin (horizontal oscillating hook)- see 99K for parts. External motor. Green. Replaced by 285. 15x1
185J 1960-69 Domestic As 185K. 15x1
185K3 Domestic 15x1
188K1 1968-73 "Artisan" High arm, standard industrial bed; needs power table. For general sewing. 16x231 (16x273 for khaki drill)
191K (class) 1957-62 Domestic Oscillating hook 15x1
191J Domestic Oscillating hook 15x1
191R Domestic Oscillating hook (Photos: Ray Revette) 15x1
191K1 Domestic Lock stitch. C.B. Oscillating shuttle. Reversible feed. Link take-up. Feed throw out device for lowering feed dogs for darning and embroidery.  15x1
191K2 Domestic Lock stitch. C.B. Oscillating shuttle. Reversible feed. Link take-up. Feed throw out device for lowering feed dogs for darning and embroidery. 15x1
191-15 1957 Domestic Aluminium 15x1
192 1959-61 Domestic "Spartan" - budget version of 99-. Horizontal oscillating hook; 3/4 size bed. No case. (Download manual) 15x1
192K 1959-61 Domestic As 192. 3/4 size. Budget version of 99K. No case.
193 Domestic Handcrank or treadle
195K (class) Industrial For cloth. Lock stitch. Rotating hook. Drop feed. Lock stitch. Spiral bevel gears. Knee lifter. Bed 15 11/16" by 7" wide. Space at right of needle 7 5/8". (09/1959)  
195K1 Industrial Low cost, single needle lockstitch; Max stitch length 7 to the inch. Bed 15 11/16"x 7". For light and medium weight fabrics. (09/1959) 88x1
195K5 Industrial As 195K1 but with spring biased quick reversible feed; different stitch length adjuster.  Speed 3500 RPM. For light and medium fabrics. (09/1959) 88x1
196K (class) Industrial For cloth. Lock stitch. Rotating hook. Drop feed. Lock stitch. Link take-up. Spiral bevel gears. Knee lifter. Reversible feed. Bed 18 3/4" by 7" wide. Space at right of needle 10 1/4".  
196K5 Industrial Single needle, lockstitch, straight stitch, with reverse. 3500 RPM. Presser bar lift 7/15". For medium to heavy weight fabrics. 16x231
196K205 Industrial As 196K5 but 4000 RPM. For cloaks, clothing, overalls and other work Max stitch length 5 to the inch. Clearance under presser foot 5/16". 16x231
196K301 Industrial Wheel feed. Clamp or socket type needle bars 16x246, 16x4
196K305 Industrial As 196K205 but with longer take-up stroke. 16x231

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