If you've ever looked closely at a sewing machine, then you know they are generally quite daunting with all their knobs, buttons, gizmos and other gadgets.
Making a DIY Scroll Saw from a Vintage Sewing Machine
Simon had a sewing machine. A well-built, vintage Brother - built, as he says, "to survive an atomic attack. Everything is shiny stainless steel or molded aluminum." But Simon didn't really need a sewing machine. He needed a scroll saw. Guess where this is going... The process - basically - involved removing unnecessary components (namely, variety stitches), creating a means to mount the blade on the arm, then building a (tilting!) table, then reinforcing and rebalancing the arm in…
Another sewing machine design concept - Threads
The prototype for a sewing machine concept called Alto is beautiful and incorporates several operational innovations to make learning to sew easier for beginners.
Vintage Elna Grasshopper Sewing Machine Case Accessories Working
Vintage ELNA Grasshopper Sewing Machine Case Accessories -- case makes sewing extension table
Blog and News: Foldable Sewing Machine, Concept Design by Itay Potash 2005
Specifications and independent reviews for many popular sewing machines and other sewing equipment.
Elna Lotus (1967)
Well I finally found my very own Lotus; missing only the the manual but having all of the little tools under the hood! Although very dirty, ...
Top 100 Examples of Paper Art Perfection
Formerly known as Origami (Ori meaning folding and kami meaning paper), paper art has become a phenomenon in recent years and it is easy to see why...
Foldable Sewing Machine is a minimalist design created by Richard Burrow. As the name implies, Burrow designed the sewing machine’s folding functionality in order to reduce waste and allow for easier mobility and storage. Source: Richardburrow.net