Pam is a Hand-Quilter/ Teacher/ Pastry Chef. Her specialties are hand quilting & reproduction 18th & 19th Century fabrics/ quilts.
J.C. cleans and oils Pam's FeathPam is a Hand-Quilter/ Teacher/ Pastry Chef. Her specialties are hand quilting & reproduction 18th & 19th Century fabrics/ quilts.
J.C. cleans and oils Pam's Featherweights.
Our collection consists of specialty 221's to include Very "Early" Pre-War 221's, Blacksides, Crinkles, a rare Centennial M.R., Mexican/ Spanish variations, Beige, Celery, 222k, Red "S" and numerous "Specialty-Badged" 221's including; a badged 1939 (1938) Golden Gate Exposition, a badged 1940 (1939) Golden Gate Exposition, a badged 1936 (1935) Texas Exposition, & badged 1934 (1933) Century of Progress machines.
I addition to the Singer Featherweights we have other models badged & exhibited at the World Fairs i.e., 15-91, 66, 99, 600, 603E, White 764 etc.
We also have a unique group of 4 variations of the ELNA "Grasshopper" as well as a "scarce" "Demo-Cutaway" Grasshopper.
And a fine group demonstrating the evolution of the "Standard Sewhandy/ Ossan. Our collection continues to grow and currently we're adding Singer Model 24's, Early Bernina's, Miniature Singer Model 20's in all colors and a Pfaff or two...Oh yeah Wheeler & Wilson and Willcox & Gibbs... (Read more)