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SINGER 489500 489510 Buttonholer INSTRUCTIONS (only)

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This is an Original 1960 Singer Buttonholer Monogram Attachment Manual. It is intended for use on a Singer model No: 489500 or No.: 489510. Produces neat and durable buttonholes in a great variety of fabrics without any special skill. Comes with a Parts List in page 2, with every item numbered with photos. A softcover 3" x 6" booklet with 28 pages. Includes everything you need to know about the accessory. Dated 1960. Overall good shape, in excellent condition. An overall nice copy! Inside you will find lots of information and photos to work on your Singer Buttonholer, such as: How to select the proper template for desired buttonholes. How to change Template How to fasten feed cover plate to machine How to fasten attachment to machine Adjusting attachment for width of bight The stripper foot Making the buttonhole Buttonhloles that resemble hand work Working buttonholes in heavy fabric...and more Only the booklet is included..... NOT The actual Buttonholer!

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