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| Posted by Ashley Fritsche

Ready for Double Points Day?!

*NEW TIME* 8am Tuesday - 8am Wednesday Every Second Tuesday, Every Month are Double Points Day! Tuesday is our Double Points Day for Featherweight Sewciety Rewards Program Members! What is better than shopping for your favorite Featherweight part, attachment, tool, notion, fabric or pattern? It is earning two times the points! On the second Tuesday of the month from 8:00am to 8:00am on Wednesday PST you will earn twice the usual amount of points - site wide*. In order to take part in Double Points Day you need to first be a Sewciety Rewards Program Member. Featherweight Sewciety Rewards points...


| Posted by Ashley Fritsche

Top 10 Featherweight Favorites for 2020

    Welcome to 2020! It is going to be a wonderful year, filled with many hours behind our Featherweights! I have compiled a "Top 10" list of tools that have helped not just the Featherweight Shop staff, but our Featherweight Friends achieve dream projects on their Featherweights. I hope you enjoy these favorites, and the tutorials that go along with them! Shop Entire Collection Here ~Happy Sewing!         SEW-RETRO Grease is our top pick for 2020! Proper maintenance allows the Featherweights to run as smoothly and optimally as possible. SEW-RETRO GreaseTM has been specially formulated with the proper...


| Posted by Carmon Henry

Early Featherweight Bobbin Adjustment

Today, we are going to review the early bobbin winder from the 1933 and 1934 Featherweights, and troubleshoot a loose bobbin seated on the post. Tools Needed or Recommended: Bobbin WinderBobbinsSlim Kitchen Knife (Paring Knife)Other Products Mentioned:Thread As you can see in the picture below, there is a little spring seated inside the post on the bobbin winder. (Bobbin winder was removed from the Featherweight for video tutorial and visual aid.) This spring looks very similar to a small wire. The early bobbin winders on the 1933 and 1934 Featherweights did not have that wire. Instead, there was just a slot. Common Bobbin Winder With...

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