The HQ Sixteen is now sold!!!
I’m upgrading to the HQ Avante! I’m very excited to get this new machine, but I need to sell my HQ Sixteen because I don’t have room for both.
The HQ Sixteen has been such a great machine to learn free-motion quilting. I’ve only used her for personal projects so very light use. If you’re in the Portland, Oregon area, I’m selling my machine and frame for $3500.
If interested, please let me know! The buyer needs to be able to pick up the frame and do your own assembly.
I’m including the following items:
- HQ Sixteen with stitch regular on a 12′ steel Phoenix frame that we modified to fit the machine specifically.
- The frame also comes with a separate carriage that fits the TinLizzie 18.
- Separate bobbin winder.
- Fourth rail for batting (does not include by batting roll as shown in the pictures)
- 2 clamps.
- Cloth leaders.
- All product manuals for the HQ and the Phoenix frame
I hinted in earlier blog posts about my wonderful thrift store find. I found a Singer Featherweight 221-1 with its original case with key, instruction manual, presser feet and bobbins!! I do not have any antique sewing machines so I was so happy to finally get one.
She’s in pretty good condition with some of the decals partly rubbed off. The light turns on and she runs well. The case is in pretty good condition with some minor scuffing. I’ve signed up for a Singer Featherweight maintenance class at a local quilt shop in June so that I can learn how to care for her properly!
Based on the model number, she was manufactured on November 18, 1949. I really want to give her a name – any ideas?
Here are some pictures:
Singer Featherweight Side View
Singer Featherweight, Front View
For now, I have her sitting on a side crafting table in my sewing room. I only have one other sewing machine – my trusty Bernina Activa – so it feels really good to have this beautiful machine to use on future quilty projects.
Have you made any good quilt or sewing related thrift store or garage sale finds?