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Annette Poole


Singer Featherweights. Prized by quilters for their timeless and classic beauty, ruggedness, light weight, and beautiful stitching. Do you have a new-to-you Featherweight but unsure how to keep it running at its peak performance? We can help!

In Part I, you will learn the basics on how to care for your Featherweight. We’ll cover where to oil and grease the machine, what to use to clean it, how to grease the motor, balance the bobbin tension and more. You will be amazed at how your machine purrs when it’s maintained properly.

In Part II, you’ll learn how to take apart the tension unit and bobbin case. Timing and foot pedal adjustments will also be covered. 

Materials Needed – Part I
Your Singer Featherweight machine

Soft, clean rag


Thread (2 colors)

New needle

Bobbins (1 filled, 2 empty)

Fabric scraps

Towel for the table, to place under the machine

Sewing machine oil

Toothbrush or other small disposable brush

Medical rubber gloves if desired

Rag for wiping outside of machine

Screwdrivers; flathead and Phillips


Magnetic bowl (optional)

Materials Needed – Part II

Your Singer Featherweight machine

2 spools of thread colors (different colors)

2 bobbins (different colors)

Fabric scraps

Towel for the table, to place under the machine


Sewing machine oil


Screwdrivers; flathead and Phillips

Magnetic bowl (optional)

Class Dates & Time:
Part I:  Tuesday, February 7 from 1:00 – 4:00 PM

Part II: Tuesday, March 7 from 1:00 – 4:00 PM

Two sessions with professional instruction & course materials and a one-time coupon code for 15% off your total purchase in the shop. (Coupon is not valid on the Featherweight supplies noted below.) 

Not Included:

Parts which may be required to service your machine (belt, foot controller cushions, bed cushions, LED light bulb, oil, grease, felt drip pad liner, etc.) will be available for purchase.

Please advise us if you have a Singer Featherweight 222K or a Singer White Featherweight, as there are minor differences in some of the parts needed.   

Class Size:
Limited to eight students to allow for an intimate, hands-on experience.


Cancellation Policy:
Should you need to cancel after enrollment, a fourteen-day advance notice is required for a refund. Refunds will be given via store credit, which may be applied to product or another class. Cancellations within fourteen days are non-refundable.



$ 75.00
Tue, Feb 7, 2023 at 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm
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