Look at the neat little stitches.
It does have damage to the top and several of the blocks, but I am going to try to patch it up as best as I can and put it on display in the guest bedroom. I heart it.
Now, about that sewing machine addiction, really, this machine makes a beautiful stitch, all I have to do is figure out how to get that bobbin case out and how to thread it and oil it and I could use it just for piecing. Right?
It has a Montgomery Ward logo, #30, I am guessing maybe 1940's or 50's? Lots of neat attachments.
Part of what intrigued me about this machine - I never saw one like it before, and it is in such good condition. The bobbin case looks like Ft. Knox, not quite sure I want to take it out yet.
I think I have to unscrew it to take it out. The only thing missing was the manual, but maybe I can find one online.
I hope you all had simply wonderful weekends.