Singer Base Turn ButtonJanuary 28, 2017 | Alan Bamber | Leave a comment
The Singer base turn button was usually screwed into the wooden base of older models of Singer sewing machines such as the 201k etc. It’s job was to keep the machine in place when you lift the head and when you are sewing. It can be ‘turned’ to allow you to tip the head back on its hinges so you can gain access to the underside of your machine to clean, oil and adjust etc.
We have a limited supply of these old buttons – some are complete and some are part components.
If you’re in need of one it’s probably a good idea to get in touch first to make sure we have exactly what you’re looking for.
Bamber Sewing Machines
445 – 449 Liverpool Road
Tel. 0161 707 7786