This 1956 Singer 222K Featherweight is gorgeous. It is a Featherweight that was carefully used and is in excellent condition. There are few usage marks, the decals are complete and the black finish is bright and shiny.
The serial number of this beauty is EL179822 which dates the machine to March 2, 1956.
The photographs are of the listed Singer 222K Featherweight. It is in excellent condition as can be seen in the photographs.
The Featherweight runs smoothly and sews well. A sewing sample accompanies the machine as with all the Featherweights that we sell.
The bobbin case is included.
All of the Featherweights that we sell have been thoroughly cleaned, serviced, lubricated and tested. The testing consists of the machine going through a final 9 point checklist before being listed. The checklist is given toward the end of the listing description.
222K Featherweights were never produced in the USA. Original motors for 222K machines are either Canadian or British. If a 222K has a USA motor the Featherweight is not fully original.
There are no missing or broken parts, no grunge to try to remove, and no expensive repairs to be done.
The light and switch both work as does the bobbin winder and the foot control.
This is a 222K Featherweight to be proud of owning.
Singer 222K Featherweights have a removable sewing bed creating a free-arm sewing machine.
All Singer 222K Featherweights have graduated throat plates.
The attachments are shown below.
The case is in very good, sound condition both inside and out. The latches work well. It is a very nice Featherweight case.
The stitches from this Featherweight are straight and tight with good tension and no skipping of the stitches. A sample of the stitching will accompany the sewing machine. It has been serviced and tested so that you can quilt, sew or proudly display the Featherweight upon its arrival.
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GST/HST taxes apply only to Canadian purchasers. This tax is not applicable to non-Canadian purchasers.
OUR FINAL QUALITY CONTROL CHECKLIST.
1) Light bulb and light switch checked.
2) Foot control checked for range of speeds.
3) Electrical cords checked for any damage.
4) Bobbin winder tested. Bobbin wound.
5) Bobbin case tested for correct tension.
6) Upper tension tested and adjusted.
7) Sewing ability including reverse tested.
8) The sew/darn lever mechanism is checked.
9) Sample sewn including 90 degree corner.