Early Singer Sewing Machines
This video covers how to thread, wind a bobbin, change thread tension and use the two standard presser feet for the Singer 99K Sewing machine.
Lot 142, Burning of the Kelp Stores on Clare Island, an oil-on-paper estimated at €1,500-€2,500, is described as “ a very interesting historical work – Tony's father was from Clare Island and moved to Callan, Co Kilkenny, working as a Singer sewing
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John Forness, a German Catholic, brought his family from Elso in the early 1800s to settle on a farm outside of Buffalo. His son “He later entered the employ of the Singer Sewing Machine Company, and for 37 years represented them in Cattaraugus County.
The legacy of the prolific Irish artist Tony O’Malley, who died in 2003, is turning out to be the gift that keeps on giving. In March this year, two of his paintings came to light which, when reversed and joined up, revealed a lost Francis Bacon nude, which sold at Christie’s in London for over €500,000, more than 14 times the top estimate. Now some more unknown paintings by O’Malley from the 1950s have turned up at Dolan’s Art Auction House and will go under the hammer on Monday, August 1st in Ballyconneely , near Clifden, Co Galway. O’Malley was then a struggling artist in his 40s, living in New Ross having quit his job as a bank official to pursue his dream of becoming a full-time painter. Close relationship O’Malley was staying in a lodging house run by Delia Kelly on Conduit Lane and had his studio in her house. According to auctioneer Dr Niall Dolan , O’Malley was “self-conscious of his position as an artist” but “not at all shy or standoffish”, had “played the mouth organ at his local pub in New Ross” and “people in general, and women in particular,... Dolan said the vendor’s mother had heard about the artists’ colony from an article in the New Statesman and encouraged O’Malley “to first go on a holiday to St Ives in Cornwall and, a couple of years later, to move permanently to St Ives”. The paintings, which recall O’Malley’s time in New Ross, will be auctioned in three separate lots. Lot 141, The Studio, New Ross, 1959 , is an oil-on-board, estimated at €4,000-€6,000, and described as “quite a unique and important work, painted by O’Malley before his move to Cornwall and at a time when he was largely unrecognised”. Lot 142, Burning of the Kelp Stores on Clare Island , an oil-on-paper estimated at €1,500-€2,500, is described as “ a very interesting historical work – Tony’s father was from Clare Island and moved to Callan, Co Kilkenny, working as a Singer... It was on a visit to Clare Island that Tony witnessed the burning of the kelp stores and recorded it in his painting”. Lot 143, Bennettsbridge Mills in April , a watercolour dated 1953, depicting the mill on the Nore in Co Kilkenny that is now home to the Nicholas Mosse pottery is estimated at €800-€1,200. The buyer of this lot will, like the buyer of the “Bacon... The auctioneers said both are “typical of the small works on paper which Tony produced in the 1950s at a time when he had left the bank and was travelling around in his first motor car, many of these works being painted on the spot. Coincidentally, another watercolour by O’Malley from the 1950s, Autumn, The Still, Enniscorthy, County Wexford, 1952 , turned up in Whyte’s online art auction last week and sold for €620 (€600-€800). Turning point Cornwall opened up a whole new... In St Ives he met the Dublin-born Francis Bacon who had also moved, temporarily, to Cornwall. But Bacon left after a few months and the woman who had rented Bacon a studio reputedly gave away his discarded canvasses to other artists – including O’Malley – who re-used the materials. He used the reverse of each half to make two paintings of his own: Currach, Clare Island and Evening Landscape, Tehidy Hospital , which were sold as a pair at Christie’s on St Patrick’s Day for £435,000 (€554,000). The first painting had been... In 1973, O’Malley married Harris, a Canadian artist, and after some time living and working in the Bahamas returned to his native Callan in 1990. He was elected a saoi of Aosdána in 1993. He died in 2003. His paintings frequently turn up at auction. Until the Christie’s auction of his Bacon pair, the highest price paid for an O’Malley painting at auction was in Dublin in 2006 when Garden Impression, Paradise Island, Bahamas sold for €77,000.
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Alfred Music Publishing is the world s largest educational music publisher. Alfred produces educational, reference, pop, and performance materials for teachers, students, professionals, and hobbyists spanning every musical instrument, style, and difficulty level. Maurice Ravel (1875-1937) is widely considered one of most important composers of the early 20th century. His Pavane was written in 1899 and orchestrated in 1910. It was dedicated to the Princesses Edmond de Polignac, formerly Winnaretta Singer, who inherited the fortune that her father had accumulated from his sewing machine business. Pavane was first performed as an orchestral work in London in 1911 and still remains one of Ravel's most popular works today.
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The reason for this book was the recurring gossip and speculation that the Standard Sewhandy machine was the basis of the SINGER 221 Featherweight. After many months of research, I realized that documenting the Sewhandy would take more than 500 pages; I have published before the Featherweight Sewhandy in two volumes. This book, Volume 1, details before the design (early 1920s) thru production end (late 1938) of the Sewhandy, patents, model identification, Sewhandy ads and brochures, & an OSANN SINGER Sewhandy versus SINGER Featherweight sew-off. The companion book, Volume 2, covers maintenance & repair of all Sewhandy models, mechanical and electrical operation, advice on buying, restoring, shipping, parts, model identification, & a specification comparison of an OSANN SINGER Sewhandy with a SINGER 221 Featherweight. For more on the STANDARD Sewhandy - GE MODEL A sewing machines, visit www. SewhandySewingMachine.com. For more on all of my other books, visit www. DarrelKaiserBooks.com. *Author: Kaiser, Darrel P. *Binding Type: Paperback *Number of Pages: 232 *Publication Date: 2008/08/26 *Language: English *Dimensions: 9.00 x 6.00 x 0.53 inches
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From around the early 1960s onward, most Singer Sewing machines had their Model Numbers clearly visible on the front or base of the machine. Prior to the early 1960s ...
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Jalapeno Cheese Bread (for bread making machines)
Ingredients:yeast, jalapeno, cheddar cheese, flour, water, salt, sugar, vegetable oil
Early Times Mint Julep Recipe
Ingredients:ice, mint, mint, simple syrup, simple syrup, sugar, water
Early Garlic Greens (Garlic Scapes)
Ingredients:salad greens, salt
Banana Bread - Quick Bread for Machines
Ingredients:baking powder, baking soda, banana, eggs, flour, vegetable oil, sugar
Clydebank museum sews up £330k cash boost
07/29/16, via clydebankpost.co.uk
The exhibition will also describe the global social and economic impact of the Singer sewing machine. The US-owned plant ... manufacturing and enabling the ready-made clothing boom of the early 20th century.” Other awards are going to Glasgow Museums ...
07/19/16, via The Northern Echo
“The illustrative quality is perhaps a nod to my love of children’s story books and an obsession with reading and drawing which surfaced at an early age,” says ... My mum had a really old Singer sewing machine and from the age of about six I used ...
Jamestown gets new Quilt Stop
07/20/16, via Union Democrat
Her passion began early in her life, when she was 4 1/2 and asked her ... Joan Carroll still sews on a Singer sewing machine she bought in 1959. “Everybody thinks you gotta have these new fancy things, ya know, and they’ll say “What kind do you ...
This is an old antique Singer sewing machine from the early 1900's. That's my estimated date line any way. This dude had some challenges to it but it was a fun subject to tackle! You can see the time lapse development of this sketch on youtube. www.youtube.com/watch?v=DeXnAz6MoYE -Wells' Residence -Apalachicola, FL
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Hilba 4x5 camera, Symmar 180mm F/5,6, 1/2 s, Tungsten light. Polacolor 59 4x5" sheet film exp. JUL 2000 (Yay it still works!) I found this sewing machine in the garbage in the early 1990s. It has been working well ever since then. When I needed to replace the rubber ring of the spooler I went to they Singer store and they had one. This machine is about 90 years old. It needs no electricity and sews through up to six layers of denim without complaining. I've learned what I know about sewing because of this machine. Serial Number is Y805212 so it was built in Clydebank, Scotland in 1923 Two sheets of 59 left. Looking forward to New55 film. If only there was New59 too.
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