The So-All machine, made in Scotland by the Kimball & Morton Company, was peculiar in that it used the needle to draw the cloth across the stitch plate. Not only unusual but unsuccessful as the Company only lasted a few years.
The mechanism necessary to give the needle its four-motion feed resulted in an ungainly giant head at the end of a narrow top arm.
There’s a little on the Company here: but note the machine in the picture has had its paint stripped from the stitch plate.
Our machine is complete and ready to sew – watching its action is quite enthralling.

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