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WI Lori

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Y'all know how I've been wanting a machine that'll stitch duckies and the like. The restore has an 1802 in cabinet, missing the bobbin case, $25.

There is also a tower of accessories, ugly green plastic case, mostly high shank feet, but it has on the bottom layer a rather extensive set of double top hat cams, $10. (Not sure if the cams include duckies, frogs,I or tulips. There are also two special bobbin slide plates, not sure if for chain stitch or buttonholes.

Staff say the items came in separately. Do you think these are a match? No photo of tower, sorry.

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here's one of those many niftythriftygal videos as she goes over the pluses and minuses of the Kenmore 1802...
including cam use. Perhaps this will answer your questions?


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Well yes, yes it does. The local is an 18024. Have to check into chain stitch capability.
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If you decide that's the machine for duckies, lemme know. I should have a spare Kenmore bobbin case.
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Thanks, Jim!
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