Even the oldest machines, if they've been cared for, still sew wonderfully.
Quilt tops are pieced together from small scraps of fabric using quarter-inch seam allowances.
NOTE 221K machines up until 1951 had a plain gold badge, During 1951 a special 'Centenary' badge with a blue border was used in commemaration of Singer's 100th anniversary.
From 1952 a gold badge with a black patterned border was used.
They were further decorated with gold decals and the Singer name, but nowhere do they say "Featherweight" on them.
In Great Britain a white Featherweight was sold, which was made in Scotland.