Many shops feature Featherweight Clubs or have customers that love them. This new pattern by Laura Heine will have all of those customers smiling! It is due to arrive next month – and is the perfect intro class to this technique if you haven’t already tried it!
Meg Hawkey has recreated America’s favorite machine in embroidery.
And Sew Steady had created an extension table that has artwork that enhances the machine.
And, then there is the classic book – now in its third edition!
As I travel around the country, I see more and more Featherweight Clubs. Everyone in the club will want these!
Sew Steady now makes a table just for Featherweights. This classic table measures 18 x 23 inches. The black acrylic table is made exclusively for the Black Singer Featherweight 221k Machine. It even includes a gold printed 16-inch metric ruler and rounded front edge.
This featherweight 221 manual tells the history of the sewing machine, how to date your machine, and how to troubleshoot simple mechanical issues.
And then there is this gorgeous embroidery pattern by Crabapple Hill. What featherweight owner wouldn’t love this???