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Started by Peggy Stuart. Last reply by Joanna liguz Dec 26, 2014.
I have a 1950 Featherweight (Singer 221), and it's my go-to sewing machine for piecing. Anyone else here have one of these little gems? More than one?A friend had hers painted:Is this cute? The…Continue
Tags: 221, Singer, Featherweight
I was out shopping antique stores on Saturday and saw a bunch of machines for anywhere from $35 to 50 and some cabinet/machine combos for $135-250. Wish I had room - and an understanding husband. As it is, I have my new embroidery/sewing machine, long-arm with frame, a 50's Featherweight, my mom's vintage Singer 66-16, another vintage Singer with bentwood case and an Singer machine I "won" in the 80s. Am hoping for a small antique "toy" machine for Christmas...showed one to DH when antiquing. That's how I got my FW for Christmas last year :)
Getting an itch that may take an "new "old machine to scratch.Where is the best place to start looking?
I have 11 machines here at my house, but I have more at my moms house. Not all have names. But the long arm and vintage ones that I use are named. I think they act better when I can talk to them:-) Really it is just fun. Maybe Marylan the new girl.
I made a mistake,,, thanks Kitty for reminding me,,, my 301A is a one tone mocha.
Michele,,, you will love it,,, I found a 301A back in July,, also two toned, short bed,,, but a cabinet and accessories. Good luck with a name,,, never felt like naming mine.
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