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The NeedleBar was an international
group of enthusiastic collectors of antique and vintage (1829 to 1960)
sewing machines, who also had an interest in researching the history
of these fascinating items, their inventors and their makers.
As the site owner I have been online freely sharing and maintaining information about this fascinating subject for 18 years since 1995. The NeedleBar Museum has been online since 2000, the latest incarnation of my web site resources.
The pages on this, the original NeedleBar site contain the results of some of the earlier research projects undertaken, and information collected by, NeedleBar members.
NEEDLEBAR ORIGINAL MAIN SITE ARCHIVE INDEX
Articles about British Sewing Machines :
Articles about Australian Sewing machines
Articles about Swiss Sewing machines
Articles about German Sewing Machines:
Guide to German Transverse Shuttle Machines :
Part One - High-arm Rectangular-based Machines
Part Two - High-arm Fiddle-based Machines
Part Three - Low-arm Fiddle-based Machines
Part Four - Makers of Saxonia-type Machines
Identifying Singer Machines:
Detailed Identification Guides :
Other Singer Information :
Articles about Singer Machines:
Articles about American Machines :
Standard Sewing Machine Company :
Johnson, Clark & Company :
Restoring a Singer 29K13 (.doc format 4.2Mb)
General Information:What is a 'Badged' Machine?
Guides to the Sewing Machines & Makers of :