Threading a Singer114w104 Threading this machine can be a little confusing without the proper instructions or the required threading wire that did not come with my machine. Through hours of trial and error, I devised mine own method that may be useful to others. The main thing to remember it that the thread needs to come up from the bottom and needs to come out on top through the hole that is closest to you. To accomplish this you need to use some floral wire or very light flexible wire…
Chainstitch Video Demonstration
This is a short video demonstrating how a Chainstitch machine is operated. The machine in this video is an antique 1942 Consew Chainstitch machine. It is 100...
USED CORNELY EMBROIDERY MACHINE MODEL# 148
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Cornelly FB machine for soutache et paillettes; invented in 1880 still remains the industry standard for individual "couture" application of braids & sequins....I bought this in 1974 and it still works like an extension of my hands
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SINGER 114w103 - Chainstitch Embroidery Machine
The love affair with chain stitching is somewhat eclipsed if you have one of these. The Singer 114w103 is the first chainstitch machine Singer made, starting around 1911. It was 1st used in a treadle table and often called a “Cornely Type”, modeled after Cornely of France’s design that went into production in 1865. These single needle chain-stitch machines were used to stitch names onto garments, workshirts, handkerchiefs etc... Now most embroideries are done on modern computerised machines…