The 2 Featherweight Singer sewing machines I have once belonged to my mother, who has Alzheimer's. Mom gave me her Featherweight sewing machines a couple of years ago, before her disease really started to progress. I love the size of the Featherweights. I would be very happy to find more bobbins and a box of attachments that I could use with both machines. Owners of Singer Featherweight sewing machines love them because they are small and portable.
Below..black Featherweight 1953 manufactured in Port Elizabeth, N.J. This Featherweight has a case. The fold up deck on this Featherweight is longer than on my white Featherweight.
Both of my Singer Featherweight sewing machines work, but I can't get the light to work on the black Featherweight. The bulbs filaments look intact. I have taken out the bulb and put it back in, but the light still doesn't come on when I turn on the switch. Guess I will have to track down a new bulb.