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Thread: 132 "Featherweight"

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    132 "Featherweight"

    I was offered this machine at such a low price, I decided to check it out even though I knew it couldn't hold a candle to my old FW's. Just out if curiosity, I bought it. It looked brand new - was clean, but didn't look like it had even been used. Now I know why. It is a piece of junk and even the manual doesn't make much sense. Some of you may disagree, but I've been sewing over 40 years on different machines. I looked it up online and saw both good and bad comments. Mine is going to Goodwill today.

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    that's why singers is going down hill

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    if you look at all plastic machines (inside and out) you are going to see a plastic product with only those capabilities... search for a featherweight from the 30s--50s... i have 5 and they all work and they are still easy to carry to classes if that was why you wanted a small machine...

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