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Services

  SERVICES INCLUDE:  Sewing machine repair and service

                                          Sewing machine parts (if available)

                                           Machines for sale (no new plastic ones though)

                                           Featherweight repair and maintenance classes

                                            Lectures by request

                                             Antique quilt bed turnings

                                              Quilts for sale

                                               Long arm quilting service

 

Johnny Johnston

The Old Sewing Machine Man

352-867-8035

WEB SITE:   www.theoldsewingmachineman.com & .net

Presents the Following Class for FEATHERWEIGHT LOVERS

THIS IS A HANDS ON CLASS for the Original Featherweight

  1. A brief History of the featherweight.
  2. How to get the most from your Featherweight.
  3. Common featherweight problems and how to resolve them.
  4. Doing your own maintenance. This is hands on and you will service your machine. Bring everything you have to maintain your 221.
  5. What are all those attachments for?
  6. What new attachments are there for my featherweight?
  7. Questions & answers

What you need to bring to class

  1. Your personal featherweight and everything you have for it. ( book, accessory feet, motor lube,  cleaning brush, screw driver, bobbins, needles, case, power & foot control cords, thread and cloth)
  2. The oiler you use, (if you have one)
  3. A flashlight
  4. An old towel or cloth to set your machine and items on. (We don’t want to get the tables covered in oil and dirt.)
  5. A piece of batting about 8” square.
  6. A magnifying glass if you feel the need to help you see small things.
  7. A couple of rags.

For those that need items I will try to have the required items available for purchase

WHERE

See posted classes on my calendar page on my web site

WHEN

See posted classes on my calendar page on my web site

TIMES

10:00am to 12:00pm break for lunch1:00 pm -3:00pm Estimated

Class Size is limited so sign up early

Contact Johnny or Debbie at 352-867-8035 for more info.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 





 


 
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