Cast iron legs on an antique treadle sewing machine are beautiful but they can be tough on your carpets, leaving dimples and stains where the metal feet sit. My wooden risers are the perfect fix to that problem by offering a stable platform that not only keeps your carpets clean and dimple-free but also raises the machine to give better clearance over thick carpets.
I make each riser from 3/4" solid Oak boards with a circular foot well that measures 1/4" deep. The foot well is lined with cork to protect the riser as well as your treadle feet. The circular wells are approximately 2" in diameter and measure 17 1/2" from center to center. This is the basic measurement for standard Singer treadles as well as numerous other machines.
Before ordering, please measure the distance from foot to foot where the wheels make contact with the ground to ensure that the standard length will work with your machine.
The risers pictured above are the item that you will receive.
Special orders are available on request to deal with lengths or foot sizes other than those on a standard Singer treadle base. Please contact me for options or any other questions you might have. Special orders will take a little longer might be a bit more expensive depending on the request.