quilter51 wrote:They are wonderful traveling machines. I keep one at my sister's in Pennsylvania so I can piece when I visit from Alabama!
I love how easy they are to maintain. You can do 99% of the work yourself, with the book by David McCallum, "The Featherweight 221 and I".
And, if you look at pictures on my profile you will see what happens if you renovate one of the featherweight cases. Under that black leatherette fabric is a smooth wood that you can refinish.
florence wrote:I love my FW (bought her, b/c her name was Florence!) but hadn't thought of doing free motion on it-- and those cases are beautiful!
BUT... check out what I found today at Tuesday Morning... couldn't resist!
A bit hard to see, upper right, "for age 6 and up" so I qualify!!
Put the scissors in for scale
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