images on this page and throughout this website are from my favorite
archival and historical sewing books, and they are also in the public
domain for viewing anytime and looking into the past via a needle
and thread. They also show that the basics still apply in modern
and Tapestry Weaving by Grace Christie, 1912.
of Embroidery by L. Higgin, 1880.
Embroidery by Ada Wentworth Fitzwilliam and A. F. Morris Hands,
Euro-Pro and Euro-Pro Shark sewing machines are slowly being fazed out by the Shark company, who manufactures vacuums, irons other household appliaces. I contacted the company and they said for sewing related questions, to call them directly: 1-800-361-4639.
Their sewing machine models are still being sold, traded and used, so information for Euro-Pro sewing machines are still in demand. Here are some resources for the Euro-Pro sewing machines, and links to particular model's sewing manuals.
Euro-Pro Shark Sewing Machine
Image from a scanned in sewing machine manual.
Here are some helpful links for Euro-Pro brand sewing machines: