Kenmore Sewing Machine Co. has sold a collection of sewing patterns and kits to an industrial sewing company that made the kits.
The items are in Kenmore’s catalog, which is being offered through the company’s website and through a retailer, Kenmore.com.
The sewing kits come with a few more kits that are in stock, but are not yet available through Kenmore, the company said in a statement.
The kits have an average age of about six years.
The collection includes more than 1,200 sewing patterns.
A Kenmore spokesperson did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Kenmore has been making sewing kits for years.
In 2014, it started selling sewing patterns to a Japanese sewing company called Wasure, which later went bankrupt.
The company said it sold about 1,400 kits.
Kenas sewing kits also include sewing patterns for home decor, and there are also sewing patterns available for home theater.