She (all sewing machines are "she") was dirty with some kind of weird film but there was a plastic grocery bag attached to the handle with the manual and foot pedal/power cord. I learned how to sew on a Necchi so I bought it. It was only $6.97 and I could return it within 7 days if it didn't work. So I cleaned it, only found 2 scratches and the drawer inside the free arm cover had the original plastic bag with the felt spool "thingies", a screwdriver, seam ripper, 10 bobbins and extra feet. As I discovered, the only thing missing is the buttonhole foot but I have one that will work. I oiled it thoroughly, wound a bobbin and sewed. Perfect stitches!
It has several built in utility stitches and even a few decorative stitches.
|The pinkish hue on the stitch diagram is from a reflection of a quilt coming off the front of my china cabinet and not a defect on the machine!|
Oh, I did find a large bag of books for my granddaughter including 2 Newberry Prize winners...for just $3.97. Now if I could just learn to pick up only what I go in for and not wander around!