|Sewing Machine under this Cover?|
|Kenmore Sensor Sew 100 with manual|
|Installing Bobbin and Case|
|Yes, Case goes in backwards when compared to other Machines|
|Switches to free-arm|
I think Sears might have tried to forget this machine, because they released another machine a few years later with the same name. I don't understand the reissuing of model numbers. Lincoln made a Continental Mark 3 in 1958 and 1969. Bernina made the 730 we all think of and now a computerized 730. Are model numbers in that short of supply?
This other machine was made by Janome. I have it pictured here with a Kenmore Sensor Sew 70, also made by Janome. These are both wonderful machines. The Necchi made one sews beautiful stitches also. However, I think this machine will be more of a conversation piece for me instead of a regularly used machine.
|Sensor Sew 100, Sensor Sew 100, and Sensor Sew 70|
To see my new machine in action, go to Kenmore Sensor Sew 100 / Necchi Logica
To get a copy of the manual go to Kenmore Sensor Sew 100 Manual
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