Singer Tins

I fell in love with vintage Singer sewing machines long ago. Once you get interested in something, you begin to collect all things pertaining to it! Here is a subset  of my Singer Sewing collection, my tins. I don’t remember where I got most (any?) of these or if any of them are available anywhere. But they are fun and I thought I would share them with you today.

The wheels really turn on this one and the top opens for storage.

There is also a little secret compartment in the front!

This repro oil tin was made for Singer’s 150th anniversary.

It looks like an oil can from the top, but the whole thing lifts off for storage.

I have Singer 101, so I had to have this tin with one on the lid!

Here are pictures of the side graphics.

I have a couple tan 301s and black 15s just like those pictured on the lid of this tin!


The next one most likely held attachments originally. It was empty when I bought it.

The last two seem to be pretty common. I purchased mine from Joann’s or some place like that a long time ago.



Mine are not pristine because I have used them a lot over the years!

Have a great day!

 

About katyquilts

I am a wife, mom of four amazing kids, and a librarian. I have been making traditional quilts for ages but have ventured into art qulting in the last several years. I also love to knit socks and mittens and dye my own fabric. I am thankful to God my Father and Creator for the gift of creativity!
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12 Responses to Singer Tins

  1. Kathi says:

    Nice collection you have Katy!! My honey services and sells fw sewing machines.. we have or have had many of these tins and LOVE it when we do get one with a found fw!!! He has a fun little vintage oil can collection that is fun to look for new ones of those too!! 🙂 Thanks for sharing today! Kathi

  2. What a great collection of tins you have there Katy!!

  3. Hubby and I found old Singer oil cans at an antique shop a few days ago, along with a singer machine with a treadle base. (I left that at the shop, but about killed me to do so!) I totally relate to the ‘once you start collecting’ bug! You have some really great tins there!

  4. Judy in MO says:

    Thanks for sharing your lovely collection.

  5. Sandi says:

    These are great! I’ve never seen them before. I have a 1952 Featherweight which I love. I didn’t know about the tins. Have a great day. Hugs,

  6. Sandra B says:

    These are great, Katy! I, too, have not seen these before…I will have to start looking for them!!

  7. Oh no! I am a collector at heart and now you’ve introduced me to a new potential habit. These are so cute!! That was a great idea for a blog post, I’m glad you thought of it. 🙂

  8. I remember these tins from the 90s and the Old America stores that carried them. (I believe Old America stores are now called Hobby lobby)

  9. That truck!! Thanks for sharing, so fun 🙂

  10. gayleburton says:

    What a fun collection! I think I have a couple of the same ones, but some I’ve never seen before – like that truck! Awesome!

  11. I love these! So, now I need to start searching for machines and tins. LOL

  12. Terri Bertalan says:

    Love your collection Katy! I have a few Singer items that I have collected to or been given. Always keep my eyes open when I go to Estate sales too 🙂

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