Question: Where was my featherweight made?

Singer Featherweights were manufactured in three different plants: Elizabethport, New Jersey in the USA; Clydebank, Kilbowie, Scotland in Great Britain; and St. Johns (actually Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu), Quebec, Canada.

Where was my Singer sewing machine made?

Jean-sur-Richelieu, Quebec (Canada). The majority of classic Singer machines came from one of these factories. Machines manufactured in Canada and Great Britain are often labeled as such on the inside of the motor column.

How many white featherweights were made?

Originally launched in 1933 the Singer Featherweight model 221 was only made in the USA, until it finally stopped production there in 1957 after more than 1.75 million had been made .MODEL VARIATIONS.ModelMotor TypeOther Notes221K7CAK8white models5 more rows

Are brother and baby lock made by the same company?

In short, yes they do. Many Babylock sewing machines are made in the Brother Japanese factories. There are some models of sewing machines that Babylock has decided to continue to produce themselves. Brother has no say over the design or the quality of the sewing machines they make for Babylock.

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