I wanted to show you my birthday present. I got a featherweight! It is in great condition!
I found some great information on the card table that was made for the featherweights.
Here is the case it came in.
I had trouble winding the bobbin, turns out it was a super easy fix. I just needed to put some oil in that little hole.
I love the way it turned out. I'm afraid I was late sending it off, this is the first thing I have sewn since school started! September's queen bee was Renee at Sewn With Grace.Isaac Merritt Singer formed I.M. Singer & Company with New York lawyer Edward C. Clark, following Singer's first lockstitch sewing machine patent in 1851. The Singer Sewing Machine is offered for sale all over the United States. Within two years Singer is the leading manufacturer and marketer of sewing machines in the United States. In 1951, Singer put out it's badged bicentennial 221 to celebrate being in business for 100 years! They were only made for that year!
I have to say, it sews a perfect, smooth stitch! I love it!