In Color Order: Vintage Singer Featherweight Tips and TricksPlanet Patchwork was one of the first sites on the internet to provide information about and give recognition to the little Singer sewing machine that has captured the hearts of quilters around the world, the Featherweight We have also featured Nancy Johnson-Srebro's popular book Featherweight The Perfect Portable as it has been published through three editions. As a result of the popularity of these pages, we get a lot of e-mail regarding Featherweights, on how to maintain and repair them, or sell them, or price them. Even though we do own a model, we don't consider ourselves experts in the subject, and so we are always on the lookout for new resources for these inquiring readers to help them answer their questions and solve their problems relating to the Featherweight machine. We were very happy then to discover a booth at this year's Quilt Market in Houston populated by a little company we'd never heard of that calls itself Featherweight Rx. David McCallum and his wife were showing off a suite of new products especially for Featherweight owners that dramatically increase the knowledge base for care, repair, and history of the machine.
Those fantastic Featherweights
I want to take it down to bare metal and re-paint it it's original black. I am looking for articles, directions, etc. Do I sand blast the head down to bare metal, will enamel paint work or does it need powder coating? I hope those questions give you an idea of what I am looking for. Or, am I getting in over my head?
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Thanks so much Jeni!!
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