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Antique / Vintage
Singer Featherweight Model 221 - 222 Sewing Machines

We can help you sell your Singer Featherweight Sewing Machine.

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For information on consigning your Singer Featherweight 221 or 222 with us
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Once you have used a vintage Singer Model 221 or 222 Featherweight sewing machine you will know why they are referred to as "The Perfect Portable", and why a whole new generation of sewing machine collectors and seamstresses Singer Featherweight Model 221have fallen in love with them!  The popularity of these sewing machines with quilters and other fabric artisans has helped uncover a wealth of information regarding the production history of this machine and its many variations.  And many Singer Featherweight "users" soon become Singer Featherweight "collectors".

We are proud to offer for sale a fine selection of 221 and 222 Antique Singer Featherweight Sewing Machines that we are selling for several consignors. 

All of these antique Singer Featherweight Sewing Machines listed below have been gently used and well cared for.  We stand behind what we sell.  We fully service each and every one of these 221 and 222 Featherweights before we offer them for sale.  And every Featherweight that we sell carries our written 1 Year Guarantee.  Any of these Singer Featherweight Sewing Machines would make a perfect gift for your favorite quilter or seamstress, or for yourself!

 

A Word About Condition.........

I love to see vintage Singer 221 and 222 Featherweight sewing machines in excellent cosmetic condition, and most of the Singer Featherweights offered below will meet this criteria.  However I also realize thatBlack Singer Featherweight 221 Sewing Machine there is a need for good working Featherweight machines in somewhat less-than-excellent cosmetic condition, so when available I will offer machines in this category as well, but only when I can price them appropriately.

Regardless which machine you purchase from me all of the Singer Featherweights listed below are cleaned, oiled, adjusted and ready to go back to work.  All have original Singer parts.  All are 110 Volt wiring for US use, unless otherwise specified.  All of these Featherweights are in excellent mechanical and electrical condition, and all are ready to sit down and sew with.

To assure your satisfaction all of the Vintage Singer Featherweight sewing machines we sell come with our complete 1-Year Money Back Guarantee.

The differences in prices reflect variations in cosmetic condition---fine details such as the degree of wear, if any, to the gold decals, the degree of shine to the black paint / clearcoat finish, the degree of wear to the fabric cover of the case, whether or not the machine includes other accessories such as attachments, an oil can, original Singer instruction booklet, etc.
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How to decide which one to buy.........

If you are looking for a good, strong, working sewing machine that you can use day in and day out and you don't want to spend a small fortune to get it, chose one of these Featherweights from the lower price range.  All of these vintage sewing machines look good and sew great! 

If you are wanting a Singer Featherweight that you will be as proud to display and show off as you are to use, and you don't mind spending a little more, chose from the upper price range.  These sewing machines are some of the nicest examples you are ever likely to find!

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But please keep in mind that every Featherweight that has been used, no matter how infrequently or how carefully, will display some signs of use---minor pin marks, small paint chips or scrapes, some loss to the gold decaling, etc.  These machines are 50-70 years old, and some wear, however little, is always evident, even on the nicest of them.  "Shelf" wear occurs over a period of time, even if the machine is left undisturbed and unused in the case.  I have been dealing in Featherweights for many years and I have never seen the cosmetically perfect "10"---I don't believe it exists.


Here's How To Order

Once you have decided which machine you are would like to purchase just email or call and I can go over all the details of that specific machine with you, and take your payment / shipping info.

If you are not sure which machine will best suit your needs call and I can help you determine that as well.


BUY WITH ASSURANCE!

All of the Singer Featherweight sewing machines listed below have been fully serviced in our workshop---full inspected, cleaned, oiled, lubricated, adjusted, and sew-tested---before being offered for sale.  Every single Featherweight we sell carries our 1-year guarantee!  Who else offers you that?

Black Singer Featherweight Model 221 Sewing Machines





1940 Black Singer Featherweight 221 Sewing Machine (AF587350)1940 Black Singer Featherweight 221 Sewing Machine (AF587350)   This is a very pretty pre-WWII Singer Featherweight with the Egyptian Scrollwork faceplate and chrome-edged handwheel!  This Singer 221 is lovely to look at and it really loves to sew!  Mechanically it's in top shape, and it was a pleasure to service.  It was very clean from the start, without the typical icky buildup of lint and hardened grease that are the bane of so many!  It needed very little in the way of adjusting to produce that perfect Featherweight stitch.     

From a cosmetic standpoint it has a nice shine to the paint, and there is just a tiny bit of thinning to the gold decal along the front edge.  The pin-marks are minimal.  The metal parts are bright and shiny.  Mostly what you notice is that gorgeous design of the faceplate and the way its pattern is reflected from the surface of the black paint.  In typical Singer fashion it really gives it an elegant look!

This machine comes with all of the original Singer attachments shown in the pictures---the ruffler, adjustable hemmer, multi-slot binder, foot hemmer and zipper foot as well as a nicely reproduced copy of the Singer instruction manual, extra bobbins and a key to the case.  The carry case is also very clean and sturdy, complete with its top tray, and looks excellent overall with a new padded handle.  The foot controller is the Singer "clamshell" style.  A great choice to use, display, and show off to your quilter pals!      $695     JR-FW     SOLD!

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1950 Black Singer Featherweight 221 Sewing Machine (AJ560594)1950 Black Singer Featherweight 221 Sewing Machine (AJ560594)   This Featherweight is a 67 year old beauty!  It dates from the post-war era, the time when Singer was at the height of its glory, producing Featherweights in both its US and UK factories.  This machine was manufactured in Elizabeth, NJ, and it exemplifies that legendary Singer quality and beauty.  Mechanically it is a great machine---it runs and stitches perfectly, and required very little in the way of tuning up.  It really does sew nicely!  Overall it is in very fine cosmetic condition. There are some of the expected pi-nmarks to the surface, particularly right in front of the needlebar area, but overall it is very clean, bright and shiny. The gold decals are near 100% intact.  I guarantee you'll be proud to show it off!

The original Singer attachment feet shown are included as well as the original Singer manual.  The carry case is in very nice condition.  Everything about this machine indicates a history of gentle use, proper maintenance, and careful storage.  The gentleman who consigned this machine related to me that it belonged to his mother most recently and prior to that to his grandmother.  Now it's ready to provide service for another generation or two!!      $695     ME-FW     SOLD!

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1952 Black Singer Featherweight 221 Sewing Machine (AK768147)1952 Black Singer Featherweight 221 Sewing Machine (AK768147)   This Featherweight just loves to sew---I don't quite know how else to describe it---you step on the foot controller and it just wants to sew!  Mechanically it's in top shape.  The motor runs strong and quiet, and it produces a beautifully straight and pretty little stitch.  The machine itself is very clean and shows well.  The black paint is bright and shiny.  The gold decal decoration that runs around the perimeter of the base is very good.  Really the only cosmetic "apologies" are the typical pin-marks to the clearcoat finish as would be expected, and some chips / nicks to the paint on the rim of the handwheel.  It is obviously a machine that was used and loved, and was well-maintained by its previous owner.

The carry case is in very good, clean, sturdy condition.  There is a little bit of wear to the covering but overall it looks good and will continue to do its job to protect the machine and make for easy transport.  This machine comes with the basic set of Featherweight attachment feet, and a special bonus is the inclusion of a tiny-tiny antique wooden darner and little skeins of yarn that came with the machine.  The original Singer instruction manual is also included.

This Featherweight hadn't been used for a while and now it's fully serviced, cleaned, oiled, adjusted, sew-tested, and ready to get back to work!       $675     RT-FW

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1955 Black Singer Featherweight 221 Sewing Machine (AM152141)1955 Black Singer Featherweight 221 Sewing Machine (AM152141)   A fabulous 50's Featherweight, and at 62 years young she's not even thinking about retiring!  When Singer built the 221, they sure knew how to do it right.  With simple maintenance and care these machines truly do work forever.

This machine is very clean and tidy.  It shows just gentle signs of use and careful, proper storage.  There's some light scratches / pin-marks in the clear coat finish as would be expected, and the gold decals are near 98% perfect.  Overall it's a beauty!

Looks aren't everything so of course this machine sews just as nice as it looks!  It's completely serviced and adjusted, so you can be confident you'll enjoy many years of trouble-free sewing.  It's equipped with the graduated seam width stitchplate.  It comes complete with the original Singer instruction manual and a nice assortment of Singer accessory feet, as well as a collectible little Singer oil can.  The carry case is in very nice clean and tidy condition as well.  You won't be disappointed!

Ready to serve and be cared for by the next generation!      $675     KD-FW     SOLD!

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Black Singer Featherweight Model 222 "FreeArm" Sewing Machines



1957 Black Singer Featherweight 222K Sewing Machine (EM957744)1957 Black Singer Featherweight 222K Sewing Machine (EM957744)    Singer produced  an amazingly reliable and high quality product when they manufactured the Featherweight, and the 222 was their masterpiece!  Singer model 222 sewing machines, also known as "Freearm" or "Convertible" Singer Featherweights, have a feature that was not found on Singer's model 221 machines.  The freearm feature is designed so that a portion of the flat bedplate can be removed, leaving a narrow tubular-shaped base that allows for sewing around pant legs, sleeves, and other circular areas having limited access.  To remove the bed you simply unscrew the thumbscrew and slide the bed off.  The model 222 Featherweight machines also have a "Sew / Darn" lever---a feature that allows you to drop the feed dogs to enable freehand machine darning and embroidery.

There were relatively few 222s produced compared to the number of 221s, and they were only produced in Great Britain in Singer's Clydesdale, Scotland factory.  Those that were to be sold within Europe were equipped with 220V motors.  Those that were slated for export to the US and Canada---like this one---were outfitted with Singer's 110 voltage motors.  This machine does not require an auxiliary power converter or motor conversion for use here in the US---it's ready to sit down and sew with!

This Singer 222 shows only signs of gentle use, and has been well cared for.  It serviced up with no issues.  It makes a beautiful stitch and it's a lot of fun to sew on!  The motor runs strong, quiet, and smooth.  This is a machine you'll be proud to show off.  It's clean and bright having a surface that is highly reflective and glossy.  The gold decals are in excellent condition and there are just minimal pin-marks to the clearcoat surface.  The carry case is also in very nice condition and will continue to do it's job to protect the machine and allow for easy transport.  Included with the machine is the original set of basic Singer attachment feet as well as the Singer buttonholer.  The original Singer 222 instruction manual is also provided.  The cover is a bit tattered but the booklet itself is complete and in fine shape. 

The Featherweight 222 is a great choice if you are looking for a machine that will give you more creative sewing options than the standard 221.  This example is guaranteed to please!            $1595     GS-222FW     SOLD!

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Specially Designated Singer Featherweight Model 221 Sewing Machines



1933 Black Singer Featherweight 221 "CHICAGO CENTURY OF PROGRESS" Sewing Machine (AD545373)1933 Black Singer Featherweight 221 "CHICAGO CENTURY OF PROGRESS" Sewing Machine (AD545373)    The Century of Progress International Exhibition was conceived to celebrate Chicago's centennial.  It was intended not only to commemorate that city's past and look back at the tremendous advances that were made over the last century, but perhaps even more importantly to serve as a source of inspiration and optimism for the future of the city and our country in the midst of the Great Depression.  The theme was technological innovation, and despite being a time of economic hardship and crisis the exposition defied all odds and was a huge success, attracting over 48 million visitors in the two years that it ran, and being the first time in American history that a fair had paid for itself.    

The very first production run of Singer model 221 sewing machines was designated on October 3, 1933 and assigned serial numbers AD541546 through AD551545.  Introducing a completely new design idea for the first sewing machine that was truly lightweight and portable, and carrying a retail price of $125 during this 1933 Black Singer Featherweight 221 "CHICAGO CENTURY OF PROGRESS" Sewing Machine (AD545373)down economic market, was a bold move for Singer.  But they felt they had a great idea and they were right!  This new line of sewing machines was to make its debut at the Century of Progress Expo, but only a very small number of the machines from that production run were branded with the special Singer medallion with the words "Century of Progress" and "Chicago 1934" within a dark red band that surrounds the gold Singer trademark logo. 

It is not known exactly how many of these machines were given that special designation, but a collector database puts the number of known "surviving" Chicago Expo machines at just under 12.

I am very pleased and excited to be able to offer an outstanding example of this extremely scarce machine!  This 83-year-young Featherweight is all original and a testament to the legendary Singer quality.  It is in lovely cosmetic and outstanding mechanical condition.  It sports all the early 221 features---the Egyptian scroll design faceplate, chrome edged handwheel and stitch length indicator backplate, non-numbered tension adjuster, and front-mounted bobbin winder tension.  Typically Featherweights from the 1930's show significantly more use than this one exhibits, and I would suspect the original owner of this machine knew she had something special and did the utmost to take good care.  We don't know the entire pedigree of this machine, but what we do know is that at some point in time it was purchased by my consignor's step-mother, who lived in Chicago, who passed it down upon her death. 

As with them all, I've put this machine through my thorough servicing and inspection, and have complete confidence in its ability to perform and dazzle, and to be the highlight of any Featherweight collection.  There is negligible loss to the gold decals, and the black paint is bright and shiny with just minor pin-marks to the clearcoat finish. There is brand new wiring for the foot controller.  The instruction manual is original.  There are a host of original attachments in their original box and as a bonus a hard-to-find Featherweight hemstitcher and picot edger attachment is also included.  The carry case is in decent shape, clean and sturdy but with expected wear to the outside covering, and has a new handle.  The little Singer oil can is another nice touch!

To put the rarity of this machine in perspective, in the many years I have been selling Featherweights I have been fortunate enough to have sold several rare variations---three San Francisco / Golden Gate Expo Featherweights, one Texas Centennial Featherweight, and two Crinkle-Finish Featherweights.  But this is the only Chicago Century of Progress Featherweight I have ever offered, and also in checking my database of past sales I see it is the earliest serial number Featherweight I have ever offered.  To sum it up---an extremely rare machine in uncommonly fine condition!         $4995     RF-221FW     SOLD!

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1941 Black Singer Featherweight 221 "BLACKSIDE" Sewing Machine (AG017397)1941 Black Singer Featherweight 221 "BLACKSIDE" Sewing Machine (AG017397)    Blacksides are an obscure variation of a 221 Featherweight, produced for just a limited time in the 1940's.  During WWII certain metals were in short supply, and the government restricted the use of these metals in all non-war related manufacturing.  The restricted metals that most affected Singer were nickel and chromium, which they used as plating for the non-painted metal parts of the Featherweight.

In order to deal with the chromium restriction and continue production, for a limited number of FWs made during that time period Singer used a chemical process referred to as "black oxide" (hence "Blackside"), which produced a dark finish on the bare metal parts they had previously (and would subsequently once the war had ended) chrome-plated.  Blackside machines were only produced as part of two production runs---July 1, 1941 and Sept. 19, 1945.  Not every FW produced during these two runs were Blacksides, and even on the Blackside machines a few of the parts are still chrome-plated.  Singer apparently had a limited supply of previously manufactured parts they were able to use--- the restriction applied only to manufacturing new parts, not using existing ones.

The serial number of this Featherweight is AG017397, which dates it from the July 1, 1941 production run.  Be sure to look at all the pictures and note the prominant1941 Black Singer Featherweight 221 "BLACKSIDE" Sewing Machine (AG017397) blackside features---the black oxide scroll-design faceplate, presser bar lifter, and stitch length indicator plate, as well as some of the other screws, fittings, and accessories.  The machine has been fully serviced and sews beautifully.  There is moderate wear to the gold decal along the perimeter.  The original Singer manual and even the oil can are included, as well as the blackside attachments pictured in the original box.  The carry case is in excellent condition. 

The differences between this Blackside finish of this Featherweight and nickel chromium finish of the regular Featherweights seem really subtle at first, but after you become aware then the differences become really apparent.  Overall, and mainly because of that gorgeous Egyptian scroll plate design in the black oxide finish, these Blackside machnes have a very elegant look in much the same way as black pearls compared to white ones.  And they truly are hard to find--- I've literally sold hundreds of regular 221s of all vintages over the past 15 or so years, and probably 15 to 20 222s during the same time period, but this is the one and only Blackside I have ever been able to offer.         $1195     JF-221BFW    SOLD!

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Tan and White
Singer Featherweight Model 221 Sewing Machines


1964 White Singer Featherweight 221K Sewing Machine (EV935911)1964 White Singer Featherweight 221K Sewing Machine (EV935911)   If you have been waiting to find a pretty little Singer 221K be sure to take a look at this!  These white / green Featherweights, which were produced in Singer's Kilbowie, Clydebank Scotland factory, have a look all their own with their "Mid-Century Modern" styling.  Dating from the end of Singer's Featherweight production period far fewer white FWs were manufactured compared to the number of black ones.  They are a little lighter in weight than the black 221's due to the shortened folding bed extension (about 2" shorter than on the black machines).  But just like their black counterparts they were built to last!

This Featherweight machine is very pretty!  The metal parts are bright and shiny and the paint condition is very good.  Due to paint variations used in the Singer factories the color of these 221K machines can range from a warm ivory off-white to a cool pale off-white.  This one is at the cool end of the spectrum, a color Featherweight afficianados seek out and refer to as "mint green" or "barely celery".

This sewing machine is in excellent mechanical condition.  As with all of the Featherweights we sell, this one has been fully serviced and it sews just as nice as it looks!  The motor runs strong and it produces that lovely straight Featherweight stitch.  Being one of the "newer" Featherweights it is equipped with the graduated stitchplate to make it easier to sew nice straight seams.  The original Singer attachments pictured are included as well as it's original instruction manual.  The one "apology" is that there is no carry case with this machine, and so it is priced with that in mind.  There are several options for purchasing new carry cases and padded carry bags for Featherweights available online at other sites, so don't let the lack of a case stop you from considering this machine if you are looking for a pretty 221K that is guaranteed to please!       $495      MED-WFW     SOLD!

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1964 White Singer Featherweight 221K Sewing Machine (EV965543)1964 White Singer Featherweight 221K Sewing Machine (EV965543)   For today's Singer Featherweight users and collectors these white 221K machines, which date from the end of Singer's Featherweight production period, represent the end of an era, and have that wonderful retro 60's look.  (Think Twiggy and Mary Quant!)  This white / green Featherweight was produced in Singer's Kilbowie, Clydebank Scotland factory.  I've just completed giving it a thorough servicing---it's tested and tuned up and ready to get back to work!

The white 221K machines are even a bit lighter in weight than their black counterparts.  And like all Singer products from that era they were built with precision for reliability and long-life.  This example is in excellent mechanical and cosmetic condition.  It sews like a champ, producing a neat and tidy stitch.  The motor runs strong and smooth.  From a cosmetic standpoint the paint is extremely clean and bright with a beautiful cool white hue.  And the metalwork is shiny.

Singer equipped the 221K machines with what are known as graduated increment throat plates, providing a very convenient visual guide for consistent seam widths.  So even if you are not an experienced seamstress you'll find this machine easy to use.  It's complete with the original Singer instruction / operating manual as well as some of the original accessory feet, including a zipper foot and multi-slotted binder, that might be fun to try out.  A useful and practical bonus included with this machine is the Singer buttonholer.  Be sure to view all the pictures to see it all.  The carry case is in good sturdy condition and will continue to do its job to protect and transport the machine.  The one "apology" is rip in the outer fabric covering that you can see on the side of the case.  They don't get much cuter than this!            $650      DG-WFW

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Tan Singer Featherweight 221J Sewing Machine (JE159798)Tan Singer Featherweight 221J Sewing Machine (JE159798)   Don't confuse this TAN Singer Featherweight Model 221 J with the WHITE Model 221 K!  The tan Featherweight is a distinctly different color from the greenish-ivory color 221K---it's a warmer shade of beige.  These tan models were produced for just a very short period of time and were only manufactured in Singer's Canadian factories.  As the 1960's approached black sewing machines were falling out of favor, and Singer knew that if they wanted to stay on top of the market they needed to "modernize" their look and come up with something that reflected the style of the '60's.  Their solution was these light colored models---updated for the times, but still a Featherweight, still a Singer, still the one!

Apart from the color difference the most notable difference between the British 221 K and the Canadian 221 J is the 5 1/2" long bed extension on the tan machines (like the black 221s) compared to the shorter 3 1/2" long bed extension on the white models.  And just like their black counterparts they were built to last!

This example is in good condition. It looks great, it sews beautifully, and produces a lovely consistent stitch.  Being one of the "newer" Featherweights it is equipped with the graduated stitchplate to make it easier to sew nice straight seams of consistent width .It is complete with its original tan and brown matching carry case, which does have some scuffs to the exterior and show a bit of wear.  The original Singer manual is included along with a nice assortment of attachments in the original box.  There is even the original Singer oil can!  

Looking for something a little bit distinctive in a Featherweight?  This one will satisfy the bill!       $625      MN-TFW     SOLD!

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Note:  I sometimes have additional Singer Featherweight 221 or 222 sewing machines that have just come in and are waiting to be photographed and listed.  So if you don't see the exact model you are looking for inquire.

White Singer Featherweight 221 Sewing Machine


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Singer Attachments, Accessories and Memorabilia

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Original Singer 221 Manual (availability varies---inquire)   $35.00    Pic
Singer Featherweight Oil Cans
Singer Buttonholers for 221 and 301 (availability varies---inquire)   $40.00 - $50.00 

Original Singer Attachment feet for 301 sewing machine---includes ruffler, gatherer, edgestitcher, multi-slot binder, hemmer, zipper foot, and adjustable hemmer in original box    $75.00

Singer Blind Stitch Attachment #160616 (box, instructions) $35.00

Singer Featherweight Oil Cans (availability varies---please inquire)    $25.00-$45.00      Pic            Pic            Pic



Framed Kate Adams Miniature Quilts

These exquisite little quilts by noted contemporary folk artist / quilter Kate Adams are all made from authentic antique fabrics, and rendered in 1:12 scale (1inch = 1 foot).  They are all museum-quality archival matted and framed under glass.  They are all one-of-a-kind or very limited edition.  They are all signed and dated by the artist.

Please be sure to click on all the pictures.  Because these quilts are under glass my photographs are less than satisfactory, but I will be happy to try again in a different lighting to minimize the reflections.



Kate Adams Miniature Quilt"Ohio Star", 1991    Measuring approximately 3 1/2 inches square this miniature quilt is Number 1 in a series of 1.  The outside frame measurement is 10 inches high by 9 1/2 inches wide.      $75     DC-KAMQ-1
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Kate Adams Miniature Quilt"Twenty Hearts", 1992    Measuring approximately 4 inches wide by 4 1/2 inches high this miniature quilt is Number 1 in a series of 10.  The outside frame measurement is 1 1/2 inches high by 11 inches wide.        $150     DC-KAMQ-2
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Kate Adams Miniature Quilt"Little House", 1996    Measuring approximately 5 inches square this miniature quilt is #1 in a series of 2.  The outside frame measurement is 11 1/2 inches high by 11 inches wide.        $200     DC-KAMQ-3 
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