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Sewing machine recommendations!

6 comments · save · last comment by Lauren R. almost 4 years ago

Zoe  S

Zoe S.

HONG KONG,
Hong Kong

11 posts

i'm getting a new a singer electrical sewing machine for my birthday this year, but not sure what model is best. i'm a beginner, so "user friendly" is important, but i would like some complex functions as well so when i'm more familiar to the machine i can make more complicated stitches etc. with it.
please can anyone recommend a good singer model? thanks so much!
xx

almost 4 years ago

#1
Mia O

Mia O.

Ireland

154 posts

I have no clue about this, but my Mommy has a vintage singer and it can do lots of different stitches etc (she tried to teach me..) so I'm guessing the new "basic" ones would have a lot of different stitches? Does the website not explain the functions so you can compare?

0 · April 30, 2010

#2
Sophie Rebecca

Sophie R.

LONDON,
United Kingdom

4363 posts

I'd also like to know this!

0 · April 30, 2010

#3
Jasmine Lampert

Jasmine L.

NY,
United States

120 posts

Welll I did not know anything about sewing and sewing machines and I taught myself How to Use It and Sew, and EVERYTHING about sewing. I got the Brother Project Runway Sewing Machine, it was cheap and it is great for beginners i think. I mean i dont know everything about sewing machines of course but it has worked great for me, and it is light weight, and easy to use. I recommend a Brother, the Project Runway ones are good for a lower price!

0 · April 30, 2010

#4
Zoe  S

Zoe S.

HONG KONG,
Hong Kong

11 posts

@Mia O.

haha yes the websites do provide info, but i wanted to know from a lookbooker's point of view :) thanks anyways!

0 · April 30, 2010

#5
Melissa T

Melissa T.

SOUTH BAY,
United States

59 posts

The new singers are crap compared to the older ones.
I use my Mom's older one and its nice and very simple.

0 · April 30, 2010

#6
Lauren Riihimaki

Lauren R.

TORONTO,
Canada

110 posts

i bought a singer that was about $125
and it's great, really simple to use but also does quite a bit :)

0 · April 30, 2010

  

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