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Diagram - Vintage Sewing Machine and Treadle

These basic diagrams provide labels for the essential parts of a vintage straight-stitch sewing machine and treadle. Click the images to enlarge them. Once enlarged, you can right-click the image and choose to save it to your computer.


Unknown said...

This is very good and also helpful to people who does not no the parts of a machine

Unknown said...

Wow awesome

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Unknown said...

Wow nice one it's helpful 😘😘

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Anonymous said...

So helpful

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