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Introduction to the NeedleBar Museum Archive

Welcome to the NeedleBar Museum Archive.

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 engrossing subject for 27 years since 1995. The NeedleBar Museum in this present form has been online since 2000.

The objective of the NeedleBar was to research, share and discuss information about the history, development and makers of antique sewing machines.

Alan Quinn

NeedleBar Museum Owner

The NeedleBar Museum was and remains non-commercial. We do not give values for machines.


Parts of a Sewing Machine
English - French Translation of Terms

Machine Index

Singer Sewing Machines British Sewing Machine Manufacturers US Sewing Machine Manufacturers
German Sewing Machine Manufacturers Japanese Sewing Machines Australian Sewing Machines
French Sewing Machines Swiss Sewing Machines Italian Sewing Machines
Canadian Sewing Machines Swedish Sewing Machines Austrian Sewing Machines
Danish Sewing Machines Sewing Machines from Other Countries
Sewing Machine Manufacturers Toy & Miniature Machines

NeedleBar Museum Articles

Singer Bonnières Archives
19th Century Trade Press Articles
Conserving, Restoring and Repairing

NeedleBar Forum Gallery

NeedleBar Forum Pictures
Mystery Machines

NeedleBar Museum Web Sites

NeedleBar Picture Library

NeedleBar Original Site

NeedleBar Forums