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Free Vintage Sewing Machine Coloring Pages




Download two free vintage sewing machine coloring pages! Originally a Brother in pink and a White in green - what color will you make them?

We hope that you and your family are safe and healthy during this national crisis. We imagine many of you are using any additional time at home for sewing. Even if your seam ripper is getting a lot of use, that's probably a good de-stresser, too. Maybe you're giving your VSMs a spa day?

Another way to relieve stress is coloring. It's our hope that these two drawings (downloadable below) can give you a diversion from the day's news and concerns. Please do take care of your mental health throughout this crisis. If your income is impacted (likely, we realize), our heart goes out to you, and we hope you can enjoy these free coloring pages.

These are exclusive and not included in our coloring book! Distribute them freely!




Our White brand sewing machine is originally a metallic green. It is missing the "Made in Japan" badge on the lower pillar area, but James did add it to the illustration for coloring.

Download the White coloring page as a JPG or a PDF (recommended). These will print properly on 8x11 paper. If you have an uncoated card stock (a heavier paper that isn't slick), it might make an even better coloring surface, but regular printer paper will work fine as well.




Our pink Brother is of interest to us because of it's angular lines. Notice the triangle knobs on the pillar, plus the "V" shape on the chrome panel.

Download the Brother coloring page as a JPG or a PDF (recommended). These will print properly on 8x11 paper. If you have an uncoated card stock (a heavier paper that isn't slick), it might make an even better coloring surface, but regular printer paper will work fine as well.

If these free pages give you pleasure, we offer the Vintage Sewing Machines Coloring Book - it includes 23 more machines to color, plus an illustration of Singer oil cans. It also includes industry history and commentary regarding the machines included in the book, including personal stories from those who recommended machines that are special to them.

Coloring book available on Etsy.

4 comments:

Shorebird said...

Cannot wait for my "coloring book"!.....I hope to be able to convert one or more of these into stitch files and embroider on the back of a couple of my shirts!

Still Stitching said...

Personal use is A-OK! :)

RNQuilter said...

Lovely pics. Thanks for sharing.
I have a Singer I would love restored. Can you send me your address so I can mail it? Thank you.

Still Stitching said...

RNQuilter - firstly, we assume the "RN" means you are a nurse? If so, we certainly hope you are hanging in there through this difficult time. As for your Singer, please use the Contact form to reach us, or email info@stillstitching.com so we can get you the details you need. There is a long wait list unfortunately. Thank you for inquiring!




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