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Caroline

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A friend has a 1919-era Singer 115-30.

I have a couple extra rufflers, and want to give one to her.

I have a couple of the ones marked #120598 and a couple with just an “S”
Logo. There is a larger “S” logo on one, and a smaller “S” logo on the other.

Would these work on a 115-30?

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You probably mean a 15-30.  The 115 looks like a 15-30, but the bobbin is different.

The #120598 ruffler would work on any low shank machine, including 15, 115, 66, 99, 201, 221, etc.  I'm thinking that probably the other one would work as well, if it is for a low shank machine.

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Thank you for the quick response. The machine is most definitely a 115-30, complete with the curly-que over the bobbin case.

I guess we’ll just have to try the ruffler and hope for the best!

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Caroline, I have no idea if a 115-1 is similar to a 115-30, but here's a link to a parts manual for a 115-1 if it can be of help.  Unfortunately, I didn't see one for a 115-30.
https://web.archive.org/web/20060314081336/http://parts.singerco.com/IPpartCharts/115-1_2.pdf

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Yes, indeed, that is a 115, and looks like the 15-30 from the top.  According to http://www.ismacs.net/singer_sewing_machine_company/model-list/classes-100-199.html there were only a 115-1 and a 115-2.  The 115-1 would have been a treadle and the 115-2 would have had the hand attachment.

I had a ruffler that I got with a 27 from 1903 that worked on a 15-90 from 1949.  So if the other ruffler without numbers is a low shank, then it would work.

Janey

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