What a gorgeous machine! This fully restored Singer 301 has been reimagined in beautiful colors that reflect the original design, bold and new, yet also understated and elegant.
The Singer 301, the cross between the famous Singer Featherweight, and the 401A with the best features of both, is one of the finest sewing machines ever produced. It's a full-size machine weighing in at just a couple of pounds more than the featherweight, with the same hook and bobbin and the same feed, and that produces the same beautiful straight stitch.
It's also the first of the Slant-o-Matics, the machine that puts the the action out front where it's visible and accessible. It has the same worm-gear-drive, internal motor that Singer went on to use for the 400, 500, 600, and 700 series machines (which of course includes the fabulous 401A, the 500 Rocketeer, and more).
Here at Stagecoach Road Vintage Sewing Machine, a name that's come to be known for beautiful, quality restoration work, we had this fine Singer machine up on our restoration bench where we took her apart and cleaned, inspected, and polished her parts. As we reconstructed her, we tested and adjusted each system as we went so, now that she stands complete, clean all the way through, she runs and sews perfectly.
Of course, she'll come with everything you need to start sewing; the cords and foot control, bobbin case and spare bobbins, a new needle (size 14 Schmetz), a slew of attachments, a Singer buttonholer in a Jetson case, a blind stitch attachment, and more cool things, in the signature trapezoidal cloth of grass case. In addition, we've included an original cd with TR Kelley's beautiful Sewing Machine Song.
Sorry to say, This one has SOLD!