In case you’ve been in the market for an antique or vintage sewing machine and have been unable to find one, I know why.
Kevin and I spent this weekend in New York City. On Monday morning after our visit to the 911 Memorial, we walked through Chinatown and up Broadway toward Soho. In the midst of the shopping district we walked by Spitalfields; a store that usually wouldn’t catch my eye. But given that there were about a hundred vintage or antique sewing machines in the window display, my interest was aroused. We walked into the store and to my amazement, the walls of this otherwise uninteresting store were lined with rows and columns of these old beauties. Most were Singers but there were a few Pfaffs, Whites or other less well-known brands. There were also some old industrial machines and spools but neither were as interesting as the hundreds of sewing machines.