Super sewing machines of the ’60s

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Woman with vintage Singer sewing machine from the sixties

At last! A machine that does all 3 kinds of sewing! (1965)

Introducing the newest Touch & Sew machine by Singer! So new it sews straight… zig-zag… now chainstitch too!

Touch and Sew machine by Singer 1965

Sears Kenmore sewing machine (1969)

…  for women who want the best even if it does cost less

Mrs Robert Stack is one of America’s best dressed women. Why did she want a sewing machine from Sears?

Beautiful actress Rosemarie Bowe has put her career second to being the mother of Elizabeth and Charles and the wife of Emmy-award-winning Robert Stack (star of TV’s “Name of the Game”).

She finds time, however, to work actively for SHARE, an organization devoted to exceptional children. And for relaxation she plays tennis, paints, and sews.

“I relax and unwind sewing,” says Rosemarie. “That’s why I wanted a Sears Kenmore sewing machine, because it’s so easy to handle. Everything you could want seems to be built in.”

Sears Kenmore sewing machine (1969)

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