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Everything and Anything you wanted to know about the Singer Featherweight Machine. Then was give to her and has now been pasted down to my mother, who has finally given it to me but I would like some more information on it can you please help me. The serial is JA It was a wonderful little machine, coping with all my sewing requirements, from children's and adults' clothes to curtains for some 15 years, till I acquired a machine with embroidery stitches.
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Loved every minute of this information packed class! Your tips and hints are better than any I have read or seen elsewhere. My favorite things! I am a new Featherweight owner and this class has made me feel more comfortable with using and maintaining my machine! Thank you for teaching it!! I felt accomplished instructor was well prepared. Nothing was left half done. Thank you sooo much. The best class ever!
I've taken it twice and still learned something new. My head is still reeling from all of the information you taught in class--many thanks. I will definitely use the maintenance card to keep my machines in good running condition. I am still in awe when I sew on my machines--I don't believe they have ever run this smoothly. Skip Website Accessibility. Dating Your Singer Featherweight.
Dating your singer featherweight
The following chart is provided to help you have a better idea of when your Singer Featherweight was manufactured. The date often given by the Singer corporation as a machine's "birthdate" is actually the date the batches of serial s were released for production.
As a classic example: I own a "badged" Centennial of Sewing machine that obviously is from However, the serial on the machine is from Therefore, the following dates can be considered to be "close". These dates and the information in this table relied heavily on many others' research for which I am deeply indebted, as well as my own.
They will not be found to be perfect, or absolutely correct, but are provided as an aid for your use and enjoyment. You can quickly determine which plant your machine was manufactured in by looking at the serial on the bottom of your machine. Serial s for Singer Featherweights are located on a raised boss on the underside of the machine.
Lay your machine on its back and look on the left hand side of the main body not the folding extension table. Singer Featherweight Parts and Accessories. Nova's Featherweight Maintenance Workshop.
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They are clear and concise and well illustrated. I am a new Featherweight owner and enjoyed reading about the maintenance. These sweet, old, little machines are just the bomb. As are you. Please note, that I just received the shipment.
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Best regards and sincerely Yours. Thank you! Thank you for sharing all the information.
I feel very confident about caring for my Featherweight now. Nova is extremely organized and keeps the class moving - but in a way that every question gets answered.
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She moves freely between each student to insure that everyone understands. Your attention to detail is amazing and much appreciated. I can work on my own machine!
I have always wanted to know more about my little machine. I feel confident that I can take care of it now. It is what I learned to sew on. But, I learned so much in this class!! I was scared at first that I would get the parts mixed up, but I just was so happy.
It was all very informational, very clear! What a joy! Just wanted to let you know how much I personally enjoyed your workshop. Thanks again," Jenelle. Add Content. Candian Made J Machines at the St. John's, Quebec Plant.