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Feed Cover Plate, Singer (Vintage Original)
Feed Cover Plate, Singer (Vintage Original)
Feed Cover Plate, Singer (Vintage Original)
Feed Cover Plate, Singer (Vintage Original)
Feed Cover Plate, Singer (Vintage Original)
Feed Cover Plate, Singer (Vintage Original)

Feed Cover Plate, Singer (Vintage Original)

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This is a very scarce vintage original Singer feed cover plate.  Designed specifically for clippi...

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This is a very scarce vintage original Singer feed cover plate.  Designed specifically for clipping on and fitting over the Singer Featherweight 221 feed dogs. A teeny, tiny cover plate that snaps in place. 

For the embroidery samples, I used an original vintage Singer embroidery attachment, but a new embroidery attachment will work best for free-motion quilting.

With the right instruction, feed-dogs compromised and the appropriate embroidery/darning attachment, Machine Embroidery can range from the Practical (darning) to the Artistic (embroidery or quilting).

We have replicas of this plate available, too, and created a video for demonstration.  This original plate attaches identically.

 

You can start out simple - everything, as you know, takes practice. But, before you can start this new venture on your Featherweight, you will certainly need a Feed Dog Cover Plate.  An original is quite desirable for any collector of old Singer Attachments!

Red-Work, Blue-Work, Green-Work, or whatever-color-Work are going to have an entirely different meaning with the ability to do it on your machine. Or what about the old-fashioned friendship quilts? Take your finished quilt squares to a bridal shower and have all in the wedding party sign them in pencil. Then follow their signature with your Embroidery Attachment - a unique gift to present to the bride. Or even as a baby gift, you could use a vintage iron on transfer with the old-fashioned prints and patterns from yesteryear and embroider a Nursery-Rhyme Quilt. My mother has one (which I hope to inherit someday) and it is one of her most-treasured possessions.

With a little practice, you'll be able to follow a signature in no time at all. I watched a good friend of mine do it after just a couple samples of her own name. She finished an entire baby quilt with signatures from a baby shower.

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