You may not know that I'm really into Vintage Sewing Machines, I adore them not only for their beauty but for their stunning performance. One of my all time favorites is my little Singer Featherweight. I wanted one for years but I was not going to pay Ebay prices so I always kept an eye at Thrift Shops and yard sales etc. I had no luck so I recruited my hubby to help. He loves yard sales so I showed him pictures over and over until he was like, "OK! I know a Featherweight when I see one now! Stop!" Well, nothing happened for years and years. Not a single Featherweight anywhere. Then one day Ron comes running in the house, "Quick give me $10" and out the door he flew. He comes back in with that little black box that the machine comes in and I knew as soon as I saw it what it was. A scream of joy was heard thru the land. OMG! He was my hero. A yard sale around the corner and he had landed the most elusive sewing machine and I was shocked at the price tag. That was a very lucky day indeed. She cleaned up beautifully, decals intact and she was the anniversary model too. The little blue and gold medallion stating 1851-1951 cleaned up beautifully, a bonus because that adds value. Will I ever sell her? Never. She sews like a dream and I can carry her around with such ease. Today she is in the studio with me and some new linen thread that just showed up. Londonberry Linen which is so wonderful. So here we go... some glam shots of my little sweet Singer Featherweight.