Home Mark Vintage, Japanese-built Sewing Machine

This beautiful Home Mark sewing machine was made in Japan in the late 1960s, It's a class 15 machine, patterned after Singer's famous class 15 machines, like the 15-91 and the 15-89. This makes it a strong, straight-stitch machine with a bobbin case that slips into the hook race to house the bobbin and to provide the lower tension.

The motor has, at some point, been replaced with a strong, 1.2 Amp motor from a Brother machine. Of course as part of the restoration, we took the motor apart to inspect and clean, and to lathe the commutator. It's in great shape and runs as it should, fast and flawless.

In the photos, the desert sun has tinted the finish with a golden glow. It's actually a lovely pale blue. The old cords sat for decades on the bed of the machine so, while the bed is smooth and glossy, it's taken on the color and pattern of the cords. It's not unattractive and it lends a smoky accent that you can see in the photos, above.

She uses universal needles and standard class 15 bobbins, both available everywhere. She has a bed-mounted feed drop control and a one-touch Patch-o-matic sewing foot pressure adjuster, which will make mending, darning, and free-motion sewing simple and easy, and she takes low-shank feet so there are a wide array of accessory options available all over the internet and from your local sewing store.

This is a strong machine that will sew multiple layers of denim, canvas, garment leather, and other heavy materials, but she'll also sew medium and delicate fabrics just as well. Make little dresses and quilts or make yourself a purse. Recover that canopy. She's versatile and will be a splendid tool for your sewing room.

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