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Sew Magic sewing machine for kids (1974)

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Now little girls can make dreams that won’t come apart at the seams

We call it Sew Magic, and it’s the most remarkable sewing machine ever invented for children.

It makes real, grown-up seams. But it does it without needle and thread. It sews with Miracle Stitch, a hold-tight bonding process that makes sewing so simple and safe even a 5-year-old can now make just about anything she can dream up. To go with it, you can also buy some new cordless electric scissors and a Carry Case. And Sew Magic comes complete with fabrics, re-usable patterns, trims, instructions.

Add a little girl’s imagination (and some old scraps if she gets really industrious!) and she can:

  1. whip up some Barbie costumes
  2. make a tablecloth
  3. trim curtains
  4. design a wall hanging
  5. make some pillows
  6. or a rag doll
  7. put patches on her jeans
  8. make an apron

And on. And on. Making all kinds of dreams. Some useful. Some silly. All fun. And all with seams that last. We’re just sorry we didn’t think of it when you were her age.

Sew Magic — The Imagination Machine — (c) 1974 Mattel, Inc. / Batteries not included. 

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