I love it when I order online and I get my things quickly. Just last Monday, I placed an order for some Featherweight things from Featherweight 221. In particular, the little shoes or feet on the bottom of my featherweight were flat, and somewhat sticky. I guess if I stood in my shoes for 60 years, they would need changing too. Anyway they desperately needed replacement. So, this whole order started out because I need the 4 little feet.
And well, why not get a thread spring to keep the spool of thread from wobbling too bad. And of course, every picture I see of a featherweight has the red felt thread pad for under the spool of thread. Got to have one of those. The Singer lube is hard to find, so I really needed one of those because next May, my machine will need a drop of lube. And then I may as well have this great thread guide for stitching quarter inch seams or what ever size seam I need to do. OK, my light bulb works great, but just in case it burns out from all my stitching, I now have a replacement bulb..... And since I feel like I belong to a very unique group who own featherweight sewing machines, I ordered the lapel pin. I'll wear it on my fabric nametag when I go to guild meetings.
And my FW friend Karen G. showed me her great book that shows how to operate all the antique attachments, like the ruffler. I now have this book too. It has fabulous close up pictures and great instructions on using the attachments.
So after all this, I know my sister will remind me of the well read kids book she bought me a couple of years ago "If you give a mouse a cookie".