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Thread: Featherweight Sewing Machine

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    Senior Member SnowQuilt's Avatar
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    We found this fw table at a yard sale, my husband reconditioned it. The lady had it for about 50 years. It turned out beautiful.
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    That's awesome!! They are hard to find and pricey! Your FW looks so cute in it :D

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    Thank you Sue. They are hard to find and yes very pricey. The woman we got it from knows my husband so she just gave it to us. :) I just got lucky.

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    Oh I'm so happy for you!!! :D I've seen the tables on ebay going for sooo much! And then there's shipping :(

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    What a gorgeous table that allows the machine to be set into it. You are so lucky! You have the flexibility of a built in and the portability of the machine without the table.

    Congrats!

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    Very beautiful! Welcome from Seattle!!!

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    DH did a beautiful job restoring her :D:D:D

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    Are you familiar with the Featherweight Centennial models? I discovered mine was one about 10 years after I bought it at a flea market in Calif. Singer made only a limited amount to celebrate 100 yrs., I think 1851-1951. That particular model sells for slightly higher than other models.
    If anyone is interested in learning if they own one, I will tell you how to identify them.

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