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Montgomery Ward Model 30 Sewing Machine

Posted by mrs_guildus (My Page) on
Sun, Oct 8, 06 at 16:20

I have recently inherited a Montgomery Ward Model 30 sewing machine from my grandmother who passed away. I am in love with the machine. It's beautiful and in great shape. It's mounted on it's original table which is pretty dinged up, but I love it anyway. Now, if I could only figure out how to use it! LOL. Really though, I have no idea how to thread a bobbin, thread the machine, or load the bobbin. I cannot seem to find any information on these machines on the internet, so if anyone knows ANYTHING about them, it'd be more than I know right now, and I ask that you'd please share it. I do not have a manual and I don't know where to find one. I've internet searched, but to no avail. So please, if you know anything about this machine, please tell me so maybe I can fully enjoy and use this machine. Thank you!


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RE: Montgomery Ward Model 30 Sewing Machine

Try this website. They sell machine manuals. Colleen

Here is a link that might be useful: machine manuals

RE: Montgomery Ward Model 30 Sewing Machine

I have also just acquired a MW Model 30 sewing machine, attached to its own table. I have tinkered with it and figured out how to run it. I don't have any information about what year it is or its value or anything. If you're still interested in some information, or if you've found out anything more please let me know.


RE: Montgomery Ward Model 30 Sewing Machine

I have purchased one from thrift shop,with cabinet & sit all in one. very neat! I am needing a power cord. It is bad. I am not sure if it works.but I think it will. If you know where i can get cords, please reach me at my email. Thanks!

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