After discovering a love for vintage fabrics and machines, I bought a couple of Featherweight machines in Wichita, Kansas and Dallas, Texas. I initially thought I needed to take a class on refurbishing, but could never seem to fit it into my schedule.
A quick online search revealed a place in Idaho that provides free video tutorials with step-by-step instructions for refurbishing and maintenance. Their shop carries replacement parts, handy squirt bottles and other necessities.
If you are interested in buying a refurbished Singer Featherweight, please visit https://www.FoxtailQuilting.etsy.com to check availability. If there are no active listings, inquiries regarding machines in progress may be sent to info@FoxtailQuilting.com
*Renaissance Micro-Crystalline Wax Polish is what I use on my APQS longarm rails. I've read that it's less abrasive than other waxes. You can see from the photos that it worked very well on the outside of this Featherweight machine.