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Featherweights & Quilting

Nova Montgomery is a quilter and quilt historian. She is an independent professional instructor and lecturer who loves sharing her passion for quilts and history with audiences and workshop participants. Nova’s relaxed style draws her audiences into the lecture and has made her a popular speaker with civic groups as well as quilt guilds. Nova has served as a guest lecturer at Texas A&M University and has been selected as a member of the teaching faculty for the Kansas City Regional Quilt Festival as well as multiple years at the International Quilt Festival in Houston. Additionally, her writing has been published in The American Quilter. Her specialty is the Singer Featherweight 221. She teaches a nationally acclaimed Maintenance Workshop on the Singer Featherweight, carries a full line of Singer Featherweight parts and accessories, and has developed specialty products for the Singer Featherweight that are unique to her. She is a leader in the industry whose ideas are often imitated.

Mission Statement

Preserving our quilting heritage is extremely important to me. My purpose is to present our quilting history in an informative, engaging and fun manner. I want to help owners preserve their Singer Featherweight sewing machines and keep them sewing for generations to come through education and providing quality parts, products and services for their machines.

Thank you for visiting my web site! Please come back often. -- Nova
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