Instruction Booklet

Suitable for many generic cast steel straight stitch domestic sewing machines manufactured after WWII in Japan as well as other parts of the world.

There were a variety of stitch length controls, but they usually have one similar to the 15K88 (like the Palmer Princess above) or German models (like the Pinnock Seweasy at the bottom of the page)

All HA-1 models use a 1 o'clock "15 class" bobbin case:

and CB bobbins:

Most have the easy release shuttle for cleaning and a feed dog drop control on the bed of the machine, but there are exceptions.

This reproduction which has been carefully scanned, digitally repaired and reconstructed with no alteration to the original text. However, I have included a reproduction note and disclaimer.

The 20 page reproduction booklet (24 pages including cover) is A5 size (the original is about A6).

Pinnock imported Japanese made CB (Central Bobbin) machines and put their own branding on them at their "factory" in Elizabeth, South Australia



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No copyright is to be inferred by this reproduction, I only produced it to assist fellow vintage sewing machine enthusiasts
and seek only to be compensated a little for the time spent digitally reconstructing and the expense of printing.


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