Swing 'N' Sew 3
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I bought this little portable zigzag machine in 2008. Earlier models of the Swing N Sew actually had the mod 60s flowers painted on the outside of the case in retro avocado green and gold.  
This one has gold plastic parts and painted orange trim. Visit the Gift Shop if youd like to purchase a reproduction copy of the Swing N Sew 3 sewing machine manual.  

It uses class 15 bobbins, standard 15x1 needles and low shank feet.  
A back view of this compact little machine reveals the convenient carrying handle and the retractable spool pins on the top.  
The front, back and left side fold down to reveal the flatbed sewing surface.
They are held shut with magnetic closures. The flaps can be removed by pushing the spring-loaded hinge to the left. 

The dial on the top allows you to do decorative stitches and buttonholes.
I found a matching orange Wilson Wil-Hold sewing box in which to keep the manual, foot controller and cord, and accessories.  


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