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24 & MODEL DESCRIPTIONS

Singer called this pattern 'Redberry' decals. The model has a manual tension. The Singer 24 chainstitch model was manufactured in America, in many different models for domestic and industrial uses from the 1880s to 1960s.

See Singer 24 Chart for more details: http://www.needlebar.org/_main/singer24/index.html

24-3 Automatic Tension; 8 to 30 stitches to the inch
24-4 For two row stitching. Two needles, two loopers, 1/16 to 5/8 in. gauge. Automatic tension; 8 to 30 stitches to the inch.
24-5 Plain Tension.
24-6 For stitch up to 3/16 long. Plain Tension
24-7 For caps and similar articles, 4 to 12 stitches to the inch. Plain Tension.
24-8 For two row stitching. Has Plain Tension, Otherwise, same as No. 24-4
24-9 Automatic Tension, side plaiting attachment, knee lifter
24-10 Plain Tension. with power tucker
24-11 Automatic Tension. With power tucker
24-12 Automatic Tension, with adjustable gathering feed
24-13 For Gathering. Has lever for adjusting the fullness of gathers; Automatic Tension, adjustable feed.
24-14 For Tucking. Has positively driven power tuck marker driven by link from Arm Rock Shaft, Automatic Tension
24-15 For making plain, box or double box plaits, in strips up to 3-1/4 in. wide
24-17 For folding and crimping the edges of fabrics. Has three folders No. 9929, 1/8, 3/16 and 1/4 inch.
Machine has no stitching mechanism
24-18 Automatic Measuring Tension. The quantity of thread for each stitch is automatically measured, and the tension can be readily adjusted to make as tight or as loose stitches as may be desired. Especially recommended for umbrella seaming and imitation spoke stitching; eight to thirty stitches to the inch.
24-19 For making knife plaits, also single, double and triple box plaits, across, not lengthwise strips from 1 inch to 2-3/4 inches wide; plain tension
24-21 For two row stitching. Has two needles, two loopers, 1/16 to 5/8 inch gauges, 4 to 12 stitches to the inch; Plain Tension
24-22 Plain Tension, for making plain or box overlapped plaits in strips or ribbons. For edge work only, stitches across the plaits
24-23 For full or scant ruffles on either edge of the goods. Has right and left guides and separator blades and positive ruffling mechanism; plain tension
24-26 For stitching in fabrics, 8 to 30 stitches to the inch. Automatic Tension
24-27 Plain tension, positive ruffling mechanism. For making full or scant ruffled scallops of strips or ribbons 5/16 inch to 5/8 inch wide, eight stitches to the scallop, for millinery and nevelty trimmings, etc.
24-28 Plain tension, positive ruffling mechanism. For making full or scant ruffled scallops of strips or ribbons 7/16 inch to 1 inch wide, sixteen stitches to the scallop, for millinery and nevelty trimmings, etc.
24-29 For full or scant ruffling on either edge of the goods. Has two needles and two loopers, 1/8 to 5/8 inch gauge, right and left hand guides and separator blades, positive ruffling mechanism and plain tension.

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