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All About Kenmore Sewing Machines and Where to Find Kenmore Manuals

Updated on June 6, 2015

About Kenmore Sewing Machines

Kenmore sewing machines are produced by Sears, Roebuck and Co., and can be purchased both in store and online. Sears model sewing machines first sold during 1889, by Richard Sears. The sewing machines went by a variety of names, include the Minnesota, the Iowa, and the Burdick. But, according the Sears Company Archives, the name Kenmore as a sewing machine model name only started, beginning in the year 1913. The name came and went, but resurfaced again after World War II, and stayed.

Kenmore sewing machines range from simple, inexpensive models with basic sewing functions, to computerized sewing machines with a multitude of specialty stitches. Kenmore also makes a four thread serger. Kenmore remains one of the most popular brands of sewing machines today.

Here is some free information about different Kenmore models:


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