Featherweight Fun!

Many of you know that my honey buys and refurbishes and sells Singer Featherweight sewing machines.  So we see lots and lots of stuff come in … yet  what we sell is very organized and made to be just so… so in our adventures of featherweight buying we have started a collection of sorts of old antique sewing machines and parts for them…

Here is a tool that we found a couple months ago in a featherweight we bought…

We were unsure of it’s true purpose… so my honey researched it and found it was actually a needle threader and seam ripper… yet we still were perplexed on how to use it to thread sewing machines….

Then yesterday when a new Featherweight came in we found instructions, revision of instructions and the original package for the tool…

So we now know this tool is a needle threader & seam ripper!!  And it was made in the mid 1930’s 🙂


So just thought I would share this fun little praise report with you.

I am also stitching away but will show progress on Friday at the LINKY PARTY!!!!

Have a blessed week!


5 thoughts on “Featherweight Fun!

  1. Carla A Few Of My Favorite Things

    My Husqvarna Viking sewing machine has a built in needle threader that I still haven't figured out how to use. I should check to see if there is a you tube video on it LOL I love going to flea markets and antique stores to find unusual things and guess what they are.


  2. Deb A

    So neat! I need to get out the instructions and see what some of the extra's are with my Grammy's 301. I have the instruction booklet and all the parts…. just need to start exercising her more!



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