The Busy Bee Serial No. 4267.  Manufactured by The Busy Bee Sewing Machine Company, 5 New Street, Worcester. The firm was known to have been producing sewing machines between at least 1872 and 1879 and was run by Alfred M. Baylis.

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The Busy Bee Serial No. Manufactured by The Busy Bee Sewing Machine Company, 5 New Street, Worcester. The firm was known to have been producing sewing machines between at least 1872 and 1879 and was run by Alfred M.

The Victorian sewing machine was invented in 1846 by Elias Howe. They were commonly made of nickel.

Sewing machines from the victorian age show us some of the finest high style victorian design of form, decoration, function and the high ar.

If you've inherited an antique sewing machine, how can you identify the model and the mystery parts left in its drawers?

Identifying Vintage Sewing Machines

Identifying Vintage Sewing Machines - Threads If you've inherited an antique sewing machine, how can you identify the model and the mystery parts left in its drawers?

Victorian Sewing Bird and Silver Pin Cushion.

Victorian Sewing Bird and Silver Pin Cushion. My sewing bird looks like this.

Find Victorian sewing patterns at VintageDancer.com  Victorian sewing patterns, by Truly Victorian, are some of the best available.

Victorian Sewing Patterns- Dress, Blouse, Hat, Coat, Skirts

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Rare 10-Piece Victorian Sewing Kit. 	      	      		         		       		      	                 Includes a pair of scissors, a pair of ear wax extractors, one needle case, one perfume bottle, one thimble, and other sewing accessories.Condition (Excellent). Size Case: 11 - 1/8 x 7 - 1/4.

Includes a pair of scissors, one needle case, one perfume bottle, one thimble, and other sewing accessories. Size Case: 11 - x 7 -

(A bit of sewing history) Commonly used in the Victorian home, this third hand clamps to a table while the beak holds the fabric to be sewn. Depressing the tail releases the beak enabling the fabric to be repositioned or removed. Before the invention of the sewing machine, clothing, sheets, and other household items were sewn by hand, this handy little clamp was often used for hemming.

SEWING BIRD - "Every good child who sews with a will should have a wee birdie to help with his bill." An exact replica of the hemming clamp made for Marshall Field's in this "third hand" clamps to a table while the beak holds the fabric to be sewn.

Sewing machines, fine Victorian Machine Design | Steampunk inspirations

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Antique Victorian Sewing Needle Case Box, circa1870 / eBay... Idea for needle book

Genuine antique Victorian sewing needle case box circa 1870 What could be cooler than this?

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