Featherweight sewing machine

Looking for a lightweight sewing machine? Explore our top picks for featherweight sewing machines that are perfect for easy and portable sewing projects. Start sewing on the go today!
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"Is this a good price?", "How do I know if anything is wrong with the machine?", "Are some Singer Featherweights better than others?", and "What do I look for when purchasing a Singer Featherweight?" - these are all common questions we receive from those on the hunt for their first Singer Featherweight. Buying a Singer 221 or 222 can certainly be intimidating, but we do have some tips and cautions that can help you make the right decision when searching for a machine. What is a good price?…

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Anna Edmondson
221 vs. 222: What's the difference? – The Singer Featherweight Shop Singer, Vintage Sewing, Featherweight Sewing Machine, How To Know, In The Heights, Vintage Sewing Machines, Over The Years, Sewing Machine, Free Motion Quilting

Approximately 100,000 222K Featherweights were made worldwide and are one of the best sewing machines ever made. Sometimes referred to as the "Free-Arm Featherweight" by those who are not familiar with the model 222K, these Singer Featherweight sewing machines were manufactured identically to the original 221 but with

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Esther Aguirre
American Crafts, Vintage, Diy, Ideas, Singer Sewing Machine Vintage, Antique Sewing Machines, Sewing Machine For Sale, Old Sewing Machines, Singer Sewing Machine

I've created the Pricing Guide for Vintage Sewing Machines that will help you answer the question, “Is this a good price to pay for a vintage sewing machine?”. This PDF download is full of information to help you determine what price you should pay when you find your perfect machine(s). While I

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Clint Golub
Couture, Patchwork, Retro, Quilts, Quilting, Sewing Rooms, Featherweight Sewing Machine, Antique Sewing Machines, Old Sewing Machines

Last year in Paducah, KY at the AQS Quilt Show, I bought a pattern for this Featherweight Cover-Up and Thread Catcher from Chris Moline. What a great idea to protect our precious antique vintage sewing machines while in storage or travel, and at the same time, keep our sewing area neat with a pocket to catch snippets and threads. Note: This is not an advertisement, and I have no affiliation with Chris, but it is fun to share such great ideas! Isn’t this a great idea!?! The instructions…

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Leann Pipinich