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Antique / Vintage
Singer Featherweight Model 221 - 222 Sewing Machines

We can help you sell your Singer Featherweight Sewing Machine.

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For information on consigning your Singer Featherweight 221 or 222 with us
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Once you have used a vintage Singer Model 221 or 222 Featherweight sewing machine you will know why they are referred to as "The Perfect Portable", and why a whole new generation of sewing machine collectors and seamstresses Singer Featherweight Model 221have fallen in love with them!  The popularity of these sewing machines with quilters and other fabric artisans has helped uncover a wealth of information regarding the production history of this machine and its many variations.  And many Singer Featherweight "users" soon become Singer Featherweight "collectors".

We are proud to offer for sale a fine selection of 221 and 222 Antique Singer Featherweight Sewing Machines that we are selling for several consignors. 

All of these antique Singer Featherweight Sewing Machines listed below have been gently used and well cared for.  We stand behind what we sell.  We fully service each and every one of these 221 and 222 Featherweights before we offer them for sale.  And every Featherweight that we sell carries our written 1 Year Guarantee.  Any of these Singer Featherweight Sewing Machines would make a perfect gift for your favorite quilter or seamstress, or for yourself!

 

A Word About Condition.........

I love to see vintage Singer 221 and 222 Featherweight sewing machines in excellent cosmetic condition, and most of the Singer Featherweights offered below will meet this criteria.  However I also realize thatBlack Singer Featherweight 221 Sewing Machine there is a need for good working Featherweight machines in somewhat less-than-excellent cosmetic condition, so when available I will offer machines in this category as well, but only when I can price them appropriately.

Regardless which machine you purchase from me all of the Singer Featherweights listed below are cleaned, oiled, adjusted and ready to go back to work.  All have original Singer parts.  All are 110 Volt wiring for US use, unless otherwise specified.  All of these Featherweights are in excellent mechanical and electrical condition, and all are ready to sit down and sew with.

To assure your satisfaction all of the Vintage Singer Featherweight sewing machines we sell come with our complete 1-Year Money Back Guarantee.

The differences in prices reflect variations in cosmetic condition---fine details such as the degree of wear, if any, to the gold decals, the degree of shine to the black paint / clearcoat finish, the degree of wear to the fabric cover of the case, whether or not the machine includes other accessories such as attachments, an oil can, original Singer instruction booklet, etc.
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How to decide which one to buy.........

If you are looking for a good, strong, working sewing machine that you can use day in and day out and you don't want to spend a small fortune to get it, chose one of these Featherweights from the lower price range.  All of these vintage sewing machines look good and sew great! 

If you are wanting a Singer Featherweight that you will be as proud to display and show off as you are to use, and you don't mind spending a little more, chose from the upper price range.  These sewing machines are some of the nicest examples you are ever likely to find!

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But please keep in mind that every Featherweight that has been used, no matter how infrequently or how carefully, will display some signs of use---minor pin marks, small paint chips or scrapes, some loss to the gold decaling, etc.  These machines are 50-70 years old, and some wear, however little, is always evident, even on the nicest of them.  "Shelf" wear occurs over a period of time, even if the machine is left undisturbed and unused in the case.  I have been dealing in Featherweights for many years and I have never seen the cosmetically perfect "10"---I don't believe it exists.


Here's How To Order

Once you have decided which machine you are would like to purchase just email or call and I can go over all the details of that specific machine with you, and take your payment / shipping info.

If you are not sure which machine will best suit your needs call and I can help you determine that as well.


BUY WITH ASSURANCE!

All of the Singer Featherweight sewing machines listed below have been fully serviced in our workshop---full inspected, cleaned, oiled, lubricated, adjusted, and sew-tested---before being offered for sale.  Every single Featherweight we sell carries our 1-year guarantee!  Who else offers you that?

Black Singer Featherweight Model 221 Sewing Machines




1935 Black Singer Featherweight 221 Sewing Machine (AE005357)   An early vintage Featherweight in exceptional condition!  Rarely found in this kind of condition this 1935 Featherweight is one of the nicest you are ever likely to see!   This 1930's era 221 sewing machine was one of the earliest that Singer produced.  As you'd expect, far fewer of these early FWs are found compared to the later ones.    

This example is in lovely cosmetic condition and it sews beautifully as well.  The gold decals show only minor loss here and there, and there are just minimal pin-marks to the clearcoat finish. When I serviced it I found it to be exceptionally clean.  It tuned up with no issues and is all ready to get back to work.  It features all the "hallmarks" that distinguish these 1930's models---the Egyptian scrollwork faceplate, chrome-rimmed handwheel, early style front-mounted bobbin winder guide, un-numbered upper thread tensioner, and chrome plated stitch length regulator plate.  Be sure to check out the unusual foot pedal with its Deco-inspired vents!  The carry case is in very nice condition as well, complete with its full-width upper tray.  A host of accessories are included and it has the original Singer manual.

Highly recommend!     $750    MN-FW     SOLD!    

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1940 Black Singer Featherweight 221 Sewing Machine (AF422078)1940 Black Singer Featherweight 221 Sewing Machine (AF422078)   This is a pretty little pre-war Featherweight sporting the coveted "Egyptian scrollwork" faceplate.  Note the other design features found only on these early 221 machines---the un-numbered needle thread tension adjustment, the chrome-rimmed handwheel, and the chrome stitch length adjustment backplate!

It is in nice overall cosmetic condition noting the expected wear to the gold decal along the front edge and an average amount of  "pin-marks" to the clearcoat finish.  It's very clean and I just completed the servicing---it sews a beautiful and reliable stitch.  It's all set to get back to work!  It comes with an assortment of attachment feet and the original Singer 221 instruction manual is included as well---a little tattered but complete.  The carry case is decent---it's the early style and complete with the top tray and it has a new padded leather handle

This is a great choice if you're looking for an early Featherweight and on a bit of a budget!     $595    MN-FW2     SOLD!    

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1949 Black Singer Featherweight 221 Sewing Machine (AJ103874)1949 Black Singer Featherweight 221 Sewing Machine (AJ103874)   This is a beautiful little post-war Featherweight.  It's fully serviced---cleaned, oiled, adjusted, sew-tested, and polished.  It's all set to get back to business!

Overall it is very bright and shiny with a glossy reflective finish.  There are just minimal "pin-marks" to the clearcoat.  The paint is in excellent condition.  The decorative gold decals are very presentable, noting a tiny amount of loss in one spot along the front edge, and the loss to a couple of the letters in "The Singer Manufacturing Co" decal on the back side.  It's very clean and of course it sews a beautiful stitch.  It has a new power cord and a new belt, and is all set to sit down and sew with.  It comes with an assortment of attachment feet and the original Singer 221 instruction manual is included as well.  The carry case is in very good condition---it's the early style and complete with the top tray.  It has a new padded leather handle so it's all set to head out with you to the next quilt retreat or workshop!    

This machine is beautiful to look at and will be wonderful to sew on!     $625    MN-FW3    

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1950 Black Singer Featherweight 221 Centennial Sewing Machine (AJ821185) 1950 Black Singer Featherweight 221 "Centennial" Sewing Machine (AJ821185)   If you have been waiting to find a  "Centennial" model Featherweight here it is!† Wondering what a Centennial is?  Singer celebrated its 100th year of business by designating models of that year with a special logo commemorating the anniversary.† The badge proudly reads "A Century of Sewing Service 1851-1951".† Collectors refer to these Featherweights as "Centennials" or anniversary models.†

This Centennial example sews like a champ, and will be a great user!† From a cosmetic standpoint it has an average amount of pinmarks to the clearcoat finish and a few paint chips along the front edge.  This is a machine you can feel comfortable using day in and day out.  It serviced up beautifully and sews a beautiful stitch.  The carry case is in very nice condition.  Best of all it comes with an abundance of Featherweight accessories and attachments.  In addition to all the standard Featherweight feet it has a buttonholer with templates, and even the automatic zigzagger.  Although the Featherweight machine itself just sews a straight stitch these accessories allow you to do numerous "fashion stitches".  There is also the original little Singer oil can, a vintage needlebook, and several other "go-withs".  

This machine is guaranteed to provide hours of fun playing around with all of these different attachments, with the pride of some historical significance to boot!     $695    MH-FW-1     SOLD!

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1954 Black Singer Featherweight 221 Sewing Machine (AL736430)1954 Black Singer Featherweight 221 Sewing Machine (AL736430)   I guarantee you'll love the way this Mid-Century Singer Featherweight 221 sews!  This pretty machine has been well-maintained and cared for.  It had been a while since it was last used, but after a thorough inspection and a complete servicing I can say with full confidence that mechanically it's in top shape, and all set to get back into the sewing room!   I installed a new belt, it's cleaned, oiled and adjusted, the motor runs strong, and it sews a lovely stitch.  Cosmetically you'll see some signs of average use---minor "pinmarks" to the clearcoat finish and some little nicks here and there to the gold decal decoration that runs around the perimeter.  But overall it's very presentable.  The paint is bright and glossy, the metal parts are clean and shiny.  It was obviously used, but only gently.     

The machine is equipped with the handy graduated increment / calibrated throat plate to use as a guide in keeping your seams nice and straight.  No fancy stitch attachments included with this one---we are including a few extra bobbins, and a key for the case---why pay something extra for things you may not want or need!  (Attachments are available and can be added in if you want, either now or down the line.)  The carry case itself is in very good clean sturdy condition, noting the expected wear to a few areas of the covering.  A nicely reproduced copy of the Singer Featherweight instruction manual is also included. 

A great choice if you're wanting a good-looking hard-working Featherweight at a fair price, and don't care about all the extra "bells and whistles"!!       $550     JG-FW     SOLD!

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White / Green Singer Featherweight Model 221K Sewing Machine



1968/69 White / Green Singer Featherweight 221K Sewing Machine with Unusual Original Carry Case (FA236298)1968/69 White / Green Singer Featherweight 221K Sewing Machine with Unusual Original Carry Case (FA236298)    If you have been waiting to find a squeeky-clean Singer 221K this is it!  For today's Singer Featherweight users and collectors these white 221K machines, which date from the end of Singer's Featherweight production period, represent the end of an era, and have that wonderful retro 60's look.  The color is sometimes referred to as "green", or "celery" or "mint" or "pale turquoise", and in fact each batch seemed to be a slightly different tone of white, ranging from cool to warm, and depending on the light under which it is viewed.

These white / green Featherweights were produced in Singer's Kilbowie, Clydebank Scotland factory. They are even a bit lighter in weight than their black counterparts.† And like all Singer products from that era they were built with precision for reliability and long-life.† This example is in excellent mechanical and cosmetic condition.  It has been fully serviced, given a new belt, and it sews like a champ, producing a neat and tidy stitch.† The motor runs strong and smooth.† From a cosmetic standpoint the paint is extremely clean and bright, noting one chip in the paint on the motor.  The color is a beautiful cool white hue.  And the metalwork is shiny.  It is complete with all the attachment feet and accessories shown.  The instruction manual is a nicely reproduced copy of the correct original 221K manual.

This machine has an interesting and charming "history".  According to its owner, "In the 60s and 70s my grandfather was an executive at the Singer Corporation.  He gave my mother this sewing machine as gift when she was a child.  As my mother recalls, he claimed it was the first one off the production line for that batch (but that could have just been exaggerating to make the gift more special).  My mother didnít really like to sew as a kid so thankfully it is not heavily used or scuffed up ......."  Whether or not it really was the first off the production line for that batch is hard to verify---Singer's serial number records for these 221K machines are incomplete---but it's a great story nonetheless! 

What is certainly of special note is the very unusual original carry case that came with this machine.  These two-tone turquoise and navy blue cases with hounds tooth design linings are rarely seen here in the States, and only occasionally found in the UK.  So if you are looking for an unusual varient of a very pretty little machine be sure to take a close look at this one!        $795     CM-221K

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Black Singer Featherweight Model 222 "FreeArm" Sewing Machines



1957 Black Singer Featherweight 222K Sewing Machine---US Voltage (EM238746)1957 Black Singer Featherweight 222K Sewing Machine---US Voltage (EM238746)    Singer produced  an amazingly reliable and high quality product when they manufactured the Featherweight, and the 222 was their masterpiece!  Singer model 222 sewing machines, also known as "Freearm" or "Convertible" Singer Featherweights, have a feature that was not found on Singer's model 221 machines.  The freearm feature is designed so that a portion of the flat bedplate can be removed, leaving a narrow tubular-shaped base that allows for sewing around pant legs, sleeves, and other circular areas having limited access.  To remove the bed you simply unscrew the thumbscrew and slide the bed off.  The model 222 Featherweight machines also have a "Sew / Darn" lever---a feature that allows you to drop the feed dogs to enable freehand machine darning and embroidery. The features of the 222 make it a really good choice if you do apparel work.

There were relatively few 222s produced compared to the number of 221s, and they were only produced in Great Britain in Singer's Clydesdale, Scotland factory.  Those that were to be sold within Europe were equipped with 220V motors.  Those that were slated for export to the US and Canada---like this one---were outfitted with Singer's 110 voltage motors.  This machine does not require an auxiliary power converter or motor conversion for use here in the US---it's ready to sit down and sew with!

From a cosmetic standpoint this Singer 222 does show signs of use, but has been well cared for.  I've done a complete servicing on it.  It makes a beautiful stitch and it's a lot of fun to sew on!  The motor runs strong, quiet, and smooth.  The gold decals are pretty good shape but you will notice some paint chips to the black paint, particularly along the front edge, and there are an average amount of pin-marks to the clearcoat surface.  But it's very clean, has a new belt and new electric cord, and it's ready to go back to work.  The carry case definitely shows signs of age / use, but I've detailed it up and it will continue to do it's job to protect the machine.  At one point someone pryed off the latches to open it up.  They were reattached securely and although a bit dented and misshapen they seem to hold closed securely.  An original Singer 222 instruction manual is also provided with loose pages but complete.  No attachments with this one but they can be purchased from me separately if wanted. 

The Featherweight 222 is a great choice if you are looking for a machine that will give you more creative sewing options than the standard 221.  A great bargain at this price!            $1095     DS-222FW

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Singer Model 301 and related Sewing Machines


The Singer 301 has been referred to as the Featherweight's "Big Sister" or perhaps more accurately it's a "Cousin."  The 301s were produced throughout the 1950s and although they weigh about 5 lbs. more than the 221s (the machine itself weighs just over 16 lbs) they are still relatively lightweight, and certainly portable.  They may not have quite the same "sex appeal" as the Featherweights, but they have a distinctive look all their own, and afficianatos insist they were the best machines Singer ever made.  They are completely gear-driven, so no belt is needed.  The needlebar was designed with what is referred to as a "slant shank", meaning at a slight angle rather than straight up and down, bringing the work out in front of the foot, making it easier to see your work, and giving it stronger piercing force. The 301s were made in Singer's Anderson, South Carolina factory. 

The Singer 404 was the successor of the 301, with a very similar look but several different features.

Any of these machines are a great choice if you are looking for something that will be a real workhorse in a weight that is still manageable! 



1954 Tan Singer 301A Sewing Machine (NA442601)1954 Tan Singer 301A Sewing Machine Long-Bed (NA442601)   Around 1953 Songer began adding the designation "A" to their model 301 machines to indicate the factory of manufacture, the A representing Anderson, SC.  (Similarly the K designation on the white 221 Featherweights indicates Kilbowie, Scotland and the J designation on the tan 221 Featherweights refers to St. Johns, Quebec Canada.)  This 301A is a long-bed version, measuring 19" in length compared to the shortbed models of the same machine withch measure 16 1/2".  This is a nice example in very good cosmetic condition noting some scratches to the paint along the bottom of the base.  I've given it a complete servicing and it runs and sews beautifully.  The carry case is in decent condition---for some reason the cases on these machines tend to always look a little beat up but this one isn't bad at all.  The foot pedal is great with new wiring.  There are several of the 301 attachments included as well.  The original instruction booklet has gone missing, but a copy in .pdf format can be downloaded for free from the Singer site.  I'll send you the link if you need it.  A great user---I guarantee you'll love the way it sews!             $325      MN-301-TN1

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1953 Tan Singer 301A Sewing Machine (NA272009)1953 Tan Singer 301A Sewing Machine Short Bed (NA272009)   This Singer 301A is the short-bed version, measuring about 16 1/2" inches in length, and it's a real workhorse!  I've given it a complete servicing of course, including a new power cord, so it's ready to get back to business.  It's very clean and has obviously been well cared for.  It has the graduated throat plate marked with seam width guidelines.  The carry case is less than perfect, as is very often the case with these machines.  It is sturdy and will continue to protect the machine, but there are scuffs on the outside and the stitching on the trim has started to come loose in several places.  The original instruction booklet has gone missing, but a copy in .pdf format can be downloaded for free from the Singer site.  I'll send you the link if you need it.  I guarantee it to be a very reliable user!  And if you are looking for a 301 cardtable to go with this machine be sure to see the one I have listed below.       $225      MN-301-TN2     SOLD!

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1958 Two-Tone Tan and White Singer 404 Sewing Machine1958 Two-Tone Tan and White Singer 404 Sewing Machine (AM909863)   Another reliable mid-century sewing machine utilizing Singer's "Slant Needle" design!  The Singer model 404 replaced the model 301, and at first glance they look remarkably similar.  The 404 was produced in Singer's Elizabethport, New Jersey factory.  The bed is one continuous table, without the hinged extension found on the 301s and 221s / 222s.  It is 16 1/2" long, the same length as the short bed 301.  The machine weighs about 18 1/2 lbs, a couple pounds more than the 301 but still very managable as a portable.  It is an extremely sturdy machine and features the same slant-needle design as the 301.  Singer touted it as "the ultimate in design and styling"  and "the finest straight stitch sewing machine ever built".  A few of it's interesting features are that the hinged face plate swings open to reveal a threading diagram, and an "elevator type" calibrated throat plate that is lever-operated---the "down" position is for general sewing while the "up" position is for darning, embroidery, and free-motion work.  Unlike the 221 and the 301 the bobbin case on the 404 is built-in and not a seperate part, and it drops in horizontally from the top.

This example is in excellent working condition, fully serviced and all set to perform.  Both the machine and the carry case are in very good cosmetic condition as well.  The original Singer 404 instruction manual is included.  Sorry, no attachments.  This might just become your favorite machine!  And if you are looking for a 404 cardtable to go with this machine be sure to see the one I have listed below.       $225      MN-404     SOLD!

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Singer 221 and 301 / 404 Folding Cardtables for Sewing Machines



Singer Featherweight 221 Folding CardtableSinger Featherweight 221 Folding Cardtable    This is the portable sewing machine table that Singer manufactured specifically for use with the Featherweight.   It's a super functional Featherweight accessory, designed with a removable insert piece that reveals an opening into which the machine fits.  The effect is to allow the machine to sit flush to the tabletop and provide a nice large, flat work area.  The top measures approximately 30" by 30".  Another ingenious Singer idea, as portable and versatile as the Featherweight itself.  When not in use the table can easily be folded and stored away, or it can double in use as an extra table.  Like all Singer products from "back when", these tables were extremely well constructed and durable.

This example is an original Singer Featherweight cardtable, not one of the reproductions that are available.  It is in excellent used condition, complete with the original removable insert. It is very sturdy.  The leather pads on the brackets that hold the machine are in good shape, ensuring that you won't be scratching your Featherweight as you lift it in and out.  These cardtables came in a variety of styles over the years.  I believe this is the "earlier" style table, probably pre-WWII, but it will fit any year Singer Featherweight 221. The insert is held in place, and released, by turning a swivel center lock mechanism.  The table top has been tastefully refinished. The wood grain is very pretty, it's smooth and ready for use.  The legs and the trim around the tabletop edge are brown painted metal.  I did not refinish or repaint the legs or edging, and the do show a bit of "texture" or oxydation to the surface.  Be sure to look at all the pictures to see how the table is designed to enable the machine to sit flush to provide that nice large flat surface area to work on.  (Machine shown is not included)  Very functional as well as a great way to display your favorite machine!           $295     MN-FW-TBL     SOLD!

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Singer 301 / 404 Folding CardtableSinger 301 / 404 Folding Cardtable    This is the portable sewing machine table that Singer manufactured specifically for use with the 301 and the 404---another super functional Singer sewing machine accessory, designed with a removable insert piece that reveals an opening into which the machine fits.  The effect is to allow the machine to sit flush to the tabletop and provide a nice large, flat work area.  The top measures approximately 32" by 32".  This one will fit either the short-bed 301 / 301A or the 404 (but not the Featherweight 221).  When not in use the table can easily be folded and stored away, or it can double in use as an extra table.  Like all Singer products from "back when", these tables were extremely well constructed and durable.

This example is an original Singer cardtable, not one of the reproductions that are available.  It is in excellent used condition, complete with the original removable insert. It is very sturdy.  The leather pads on the brackets that hold the machine are in good shape, ensuring that you won't be scratching your Featherweight as you lift it in and out.  The insert is held in place, and released, by a simple friction lock tab.  The wood grain table top is very pretty, it's smooth and ready for use.  The wooden legs and trim around the tabletop edge are painted a light brown / tan color that I imagine was intended to match the lighter color tabletop insert, a nice contrast to the slightly darker surround, giving it a mid-century Danish modern look.  This table has not been refinished and is in excellent original condition.  Be sure to look at all the pictures to see how the table is designed to enable the machine to sit flush to provide that nice large flat surface area to work on---pictured with both a 301 and a 404.  (Machines shown are not included)  Very functional as well as a great way to display your favorite machine!           $225     MN-301-TBL     SOLD!

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Note:  I sometimes have additional Singer Featherweight 221 or 222 sewing machines that have just come in and are waiting to be photographed and listed.  So if you don't see the exact model you are looking for inquire.

White Singer Featherweight 221 Sewing Machine


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Singer Attachments, Accessories and Memorabilia

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Original Singer 221 Manual (availability varies---inquire)   $35.00    Pic
Singer Featherweight Oil Cans
Singer Buttonholers for 221 and 301 (availability varies---inquire)   $40.00 - $50.00 

Original Singer Attachment feet for 301 sewing machine---includes ruffler, gatherer, edgestitcher, multi-slot binder, hemmer, zipper foot, and adjustable hemmer in original box    $75.00

Singer Blind Stitch Attachment #160616 (box, instructions) $35.00

Singer Featherweight Oil Cans (availability varies---please inquire)    $25.00-$45.00      Pic            Pic            Pic



Framed Kate Adams Miniature Quilts

These exquisite little quilts by noted contemporary folk artist / quilter Kate Adams are all made from authentic antique fabrics, and rendered in 1:12 scale (1inch = 1 foot).  They are all museum-quality archival matted and framed under glass.  They are all one-of-a-kind or very limited edition.  They are all signed and dated by the artist.

Please be sure to click on all the pictures.  Because these quilts are under glass my photographs are less than satisfactory, but I will be happy to try again in a different lighting to minimize the reflections.



Kate Adams Miniature Quilt"Ohio Star", 1991    Measuring approximately 3 1/2 inches square this miniature quilt is Number 1 in a series of 1.  The outside frame measurement is 10 inches high by 9 1/2 inches wide.      $75     DC-KAMQ-1
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Kate Adams Miniature Quilt"Twenty Hearts", 1992    Measuring approximately 4 inches wide by 4 1/2 inches high this miniature quilt is Number 1 in a series of 10.  The outside frame measurement is 1 1/2 inches high by 11 inches wide.        $150     DC-KAMQ-2
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Kate Adams Miniature Quilt"Little House", 1996    Measuring approximately 5 inches square this miniature quilt is #1 in a series of 2.  The outside frame measurement is 11 1/2 inches high by 11 inches wide.        $200     DC-KAMQ-3 
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