We've been doing a lot of work on the house, and I'll post a few of our makeovers and DIYs.
But before I get to that, I wanted to tell you about my very special Yule gifts! I got, not one, but two wonderful antique singer sewing machines. These machines are in terrific condition and date from the very early 1900s. Both are housed in Cabinet Table No. 6, though they have their differences, which I will elaborate on. The first is in a lovely oak cabinet. In researching the serial number, it was manufactured in Elizabeth, NJ in 1910.
And of course the drawers were not empty!
The second machine dates to August of 1915. It, too is a model 66 machine, but it is electric - a Singer motor was added later. Both machines sport the "Red Eye" decal set very popular at that time. What really makes this machine special is that the cabinet is pristine birdseye maple!
This one came with some swag as well, including the original manuals!
I hope you all had wonderful holiday seasons, no matter what you celebrate! I hope it was merry and bright!