I spent the last couple of days testing out most of the Necchi's decorative stitches. Here is a look at the cam and attachment box that comes with the Necchi Supernova Ultra. I spent hours constructing cams and selecting my favorite patterns.
These are my favorite decorative stitches that I feel will work well for finishing off my bindings.
During one of my breaks from testing the cams, I took Hank the Tank, Singer 328K, out of his new home and placed him in a treadle. I did this for two reasons. One, I realized that I most likely wouldn't be using my Singer 15-90 in treadle anymore for free motion quilting since I now enjoy FMQ with the Necchi. And second, there are about three decorative stitches from the Singer 328k that I would still like to use from time to time. So, hopefully Hank is finished moving.
After removing the Singer 15-90 from treadle, I swapped the spoke wheel and bobbin winder that had been on it with the Singer 15BG168 (RAF decals) hand wheel and bobbin winder. The Singer 15-90 retired to the shelf of honor, and the Singer with the RAF decals (shown in picture below) was turned in a hand crank machine. I removed the hand crank with the gaudy, gold Chinese characters off the Singer 66 (which was a weird mismatch) and attached the HC to the Singer 15 with the RAF decals. This setup looks a bit better.