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This Singer Featherweight 221K is in great condition, and it was commissioned on April 28th, 1952! Cleaned and serviced inside and out - this 221K will be ready to sew right out of the case. This machine is fitted with an original 220-volt motor that has been rewound to work at 110-volt with optimum speed and torque. This machine is given a Grade 8-. Be sure to click on any image above to view the beauty of this Singer Featherweight machine. It is in good condition with a few pin scratches and some very small clearcoat chips.
This machine also has an original ticket that the owner could have redeemed for three free lesson demonstrations. It appears that this machine was originally purchased from the Singer shop in East Ham, UK.
Included with Machine:
Original Case (lovely condition)
- Basic Attachments: Ruffler, Edge Stitcher, Narrow Hemmer, Adjustable Hemmer, Shirrer, Binder
Original Instruction Manual
- Oil Bottle with Oil
- Motor and Gear Lubricant
- Five (5) Extra Bobbins
- Large & Small Screwdrivers
Stitch Sample from your machine assuring you of a quality stitch
- Small Spool of Aurifil Thread
- Microtex Needles
- Thread Post
- Maintenance Logbook
- Case Tote Bag
Additional Quilting Attachments can be purchased, and if you need any Fashion Aids for apparel or ornamental sewing (e.g., Buttonholer, Blind Stitcher, etc...), we will prepare samples for those as well should you decide to purchase them separately.
The Original Bobbin Case is included, adhering to originality all these years later. The machine has been serviced and calibrated for quilter’s cotton, so tension is already properly set; however, tension can easily be adjusted depending on fabric needs.
The machine is fitted with an original striated faceplate and the original case includes the top tray for holding the foot controller.
Free Shipping in the USA through UPS Ground is provided. The machine will be thoroughly and carefully packed ~ guaranteed to arrive safe and sound.
For more information on purchasing a Featherweight during our Featherweight Faire, click here.