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| Posted by Tammy Olson

The Merry Mug Mat Tutorial

Shop the Merry Mug Mat Kit HERE Christmas is coming! It will be here sooner than we know! It’s time to begin sewing Merry Mug Mats for when family comes to visit during the holiday season! The children, grandchildren and even aunts and uncles will enjoy having a cup of coffee or hot cocoa and a cookie or two on these cheery mats. They are just big enough to use and keep the mess at a minimum- which gives you more time to sew Christmas presents on your Featherweight!Product list for Merry Mug Mats:Merry Mug Mat KitSew Handy Sticker Set...


| Posted by Tammy Olson

Vintage Christmas Hot Pads

Shop the Vintage Christmas Hotpad Kit HERE Product list: Hot pad kit Aurifil Thread 50wt Cotton - 1300 Meter Spool Walking Foot, Even Feed Insul-bright Glass Head Pins, Blue Super Fine Cutting Ruler, QUILTER'S SELECT 2 1/2" x 12" (Non-Slip Coating) Rotary Cutter, OLFA Deluxe Ergonomic 45 mm - PACIFIC BLUE Cutting Mat, 12" x 18" Lori Holt Cute Cuts Reversible (Green & Blue) Nifty Needles, Color-Coded - By Lori Holt of Bee in My Bonnet MINI Wonder Clips, Bag of 20 ct. Assorted Colors  Directions for how to turn the quilt block into a hot pad: Gather your collection...


| Posted by Tammy Olson

Mini Iron Purse Kit

Shop the Mini Iron Purse Kit HERE Products Used:Mini Travel IronFabricFeatherweight Accurate Seam Square & Seam Guide or or 1/4" Foot - Low Shank ScantOlfa Rotary Cutter12" x 18" Lori Holt Reversible Cutting MatSewline Water Erasable Roller Ball PenSuper Fine Glass Head PinsAurifil ThreadCreative Grids Ruler Itty Bitty EightsQuilter's Pressing FleeceWalking Foot, Even FeedThread SnipsTracing WheelI was pretty excited to begin working on the Mini Iron Purse Kit! It looks so much like a sweet little purse! Who would ever know there was a travel iron inside?! Little did I know that I would be practicing a little math from high school with this pattern. The...


| 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...


| Posted by Ashley Fritsche

Featherweight in Cross Stitch - Progress & a Touch of Color

  Singer Featherweight in Cross Stitch – Progress and a Touch of Color by Kristen Clay from Verity Vintage Studio Time for a progress update on the lovely Singer Featherweight cross stitch kit! As you can see, it has started to definitely look like a sewing machine... REVIEW:  Part 2 Supplies Featherweight Cross-Stitch Kit (with 14 count Aida Cloth) - If it is sold out, you can sign up for the in stock notification at product link, and you will be notified as soon as we have more kits available. Also available in 28 count & 32 count. 4-inch or 6-incch Embroidery Hoop Embroidery Scissors Hand-sewing needles in various sizes...


| Posted by Ashley Fritsche

Restore Along Part 32: Getting Ready To Paint Tulip!

Thank you for joining us on Tulip's journey! Due to unforeseen circumstances we are needing to pause this machine restore along of Julia's restoration of Tulip.The Restore Along is back, and so is Julia, along with her Featherweights Tulip and Jill. Last time, Julia successfully finished painting Jill with every coat required for the Soul Red Metallic look. Catch up on her previous work here in Restore Along Part 31! Now, it’s time to examine the results! Julia removes the paint blockers from Jill to see how effective they were and finds three places where the paint stuck. The bare cardboard on...

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