The Featherweight and I - AbeBooks - David McCallum:Thanks so much Jeni!! I was lucky enough to buy a great Featherweight a couple of weeks ago from a Craigslist seller. I tested it briefly, but want to really get it oiled and lubricated before I start sewing on it much. Does your Featherweight have an oil wick in the hole near the presser foot adjustment knob? My Singer does have one, but it seems like the Featherweights may not. Thanks again for all the great tips!
The Featherweight 221 and I
Post a Comment. Recent website visits. Attending quilt shows with his wife, Sharon, brought Dave an awareness of quilting as an art form, and he discovered that he could discern the colors in fabrics that eluded him in his artwork. Dave soon became an avid quilter. His fascination with sewing machines led him into yet another creative adventure - restoring and maintaining these classic machines.
I want to take it down to bare metal and re-paint it it's original black. I am looking for articles, directions, etc. Do I sand blast the head down to bare metal, will enamel paint work or does it need powder coating? I hope those questions give you an idea of what I am looking for. Or, am I getting in over my head? I had read about soaking the entire head in kerosene, so I wanted to try that on a frozen Singer
This book is packed with valuable information to keep my Featherweight in top running order and it is exactly what I have been looking for. It is easy to follow.
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