…the one with all the sewing.
I love my Singer 15-91. She found me at a tag sale in Lake George in 2001. When I got her home, I went online to Singer – I may have called them, not sure if they had the lookup ability on the web at that time – and looked up the code on the base and found that she was manufactured in 1935 in Elizabeth NJ. I oiled her, threaded her and was very pleased to learn that she sewed a straighter seam than my brand new piece-o-crap Singer with all it’s lovely plastic gears for which I paid hundreds (actually, RR paid for it, a fact that he will never, ever let me forget, especially while it sits gathering dust in the closet).
She only stitches a straight seam forward and backward (which is an upgrade from my first antique Singer, a 101 – though that one will sew through seven layers of denim) and will only do buttonholes with a huge honkin addon thingy but I would be lost without this machine. In fact, Stitched by JessaLu wouldn’t be possible without her.
One more bonus shot:
New bags in the shop soon!