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If you are like so many people, still doing your edges and hems with a traditional sewing machine, you will be amazed the first time that you try the Brother 1034D Serger sewing machine. This is not like any sewing machine you have ever used, because it is designed especially for working with difficult fabrics like linen and stretchy fabrics. It is also especially for finishing off edges and hems, but it can do so much more. Before you start using this machine, it would be a good idea to look through the instruction manual and watch the instructional video that comes with the machine.
The Brother 1034D Serger was designed with certain sewing jobs in mind. Some of these jobs are:
Take a look at some of the edging on this serger sewing machine from the built-in stitch functions
These jobs, which have proven challenging in the past with a traditional sewing machine, will be easy now because the 1034D Serger is doing exactly what it was created to do.
Some of the important features of your new serger are:
This serger works well with any fabrics from the finest Crepe de chine to denim. It also works well on stretchy fabrics such as knits or jersey. You can work on denim blue jeans today and a wedding dress tomorrow.
The Brother 1034D sewing machine will handle it all.
When you unpack your new Brother 1034D Serger, a manual will be included. This will walk you through, step by step, how to thread the machine, replacing the presser foot and/or needles, and adjusting the tension. Be sure to keep this manual. You will need to refer to it from time to time. It also has an excellent troubleshooting chart that could save you hours of time and much aggravation
What will your first serger project be? Would you like to make a decorative scarf, an easy skirt, install a zipper? How about a little girl's sun dress with gathering, lace, and spaghetti straps? You could make a quilted table runner or, if you are ready to take on a big project, you could make a quilted bed cover.
Whatever it is that you want to begin with, your Brother 1034D Serger sewing machine is ready to take it on.
The Singer One Plus sewing machine is one of the more recent sewing machines to be developed by Singer.
Although it is packed with features, it has been designed specifically for ease of use. Easy set up and great control over the type and speed of sewing all set over an extra-large sewing space for greater ease of access.
All in all the Singer One Plus is a strong contender for being the best sewing machine for beginners.
With this sewing machine Singer have really tried and succeeded to make advanced sewing accessible to even the most inexperienced sewing machine operators.
A massive 231 built-in stitches are all selected via an easy to operate dial and a conveniently located LCD screen.
Using the SwiftSmart threading system, those nightmares of trying to set up your new sewing machine are no longer. Effortless threading is achieved by guiding the thread to the needle and pressing the lever.
Having a working area that is both spacious and well lit is something that many sewing machine manufacturers over the years have failed to prioritize.
Not so with the Singer One Plus. The extra large sewing area, measuring nearly 15” in length makes tight working, especially for larger projects such as quilting, a lot easier.
There is not really enough room to give full detail even in a comprehensive Singer One Plus review.
However a list of the key features follows below:
The Singer One Plus is a sophisticated and yet easily accessible sewing machine. With many desirable features.
Not surprisingly it has proved popular with customers.
At the time of writing this review there were over 100 customer reviews giving the sewing machine 4.4 stars out of a possible 5 stars.
The vast majority of customers seem to really like the machine. “Can a person fall in love with a sewing machine? Can smooth stitching, whisper quiet operation, rows of tiny stitched heart, and automatically sized buttonholes bewitch a normal person?” said one delighted customer
Concerns offered seemed to relate to the lack of a quality manual and the ability to save programmed stitches.
However, given Singer’s many years experience manufacturing high quality sewing machines and an excellent customer service offering, we have no concerns in give the Singer One Plus a strong recommendation.
In summary, the Singer One Plus sewing machine should make using a sewing machine for everyday projects easy for even the most inexperienced person. The focus on ease of set up; high degree of pre-programming and large and comfortable working area make this a great sewing machine to choose.
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If sewing is your hobby of choice and you’re in the market for a new sewing machine, the Singer 9960 could be a good choice for you.
This sewing machine is heavy duty and feature packed, with an impressive number of stitches to choose from and an incredibly high stitch per minute rate. It was a close call whether we call this machine the best sewing machine, although in the end it was edged out by the Brother CS6000i.
As a result you are able to complete your projects quickly, and with relative easy, all the while enjoying the process.
So, if you are looking for a new sewing machine and you’re considering the Singer 9960, read on for its key features and benefits that you might want to consider when making your purchase.
The Singer 9960 is arguably a brilliant sewing machine, especially for its price point.
Although it can be tempting to go for an all singing, all dancing sewing machine when you’re looking into purchasing one, that isn’t always necessary. Sometimes, a machine that does all the basics and a little bit more is all you need.
The Singer 2259 is one of these machines. You won’t find any computer screens on this little machine, but you’ll get a competent sewing machine that does everything you need it do, and gives you room to grow as you get better.
The Singer 2259 is a machine better suited to those who are just beginning to learn how to use sewing machines, and those who only intend to sew for a hobby. If you’re a professional looking for the absolute best sewing machine you can afford then your attention might be better focused on something a little more advanced. But for those looking for something simple, the Singer 2259 is something to consider.
For all intents and purposes, the Singer 2259 is a basic machine. It’s very portable, weighing around 16 pounds (just over 7kg) and having its own carry handle to make moving it from place to place as simple as can be.
The Singer 2259 has nineteen built in stitches, with these including a four step buttonhole. Although the sewing machine isn’t self-threading, there are labels and arrows on the machine instructing you how to do this yourself, so it’s not too hard!
Although the Singer 2259 won’t be winning any prizes for complex design, it is simple to use and makes the perfect beginner’s sewing machine for this reason. The machine comes with a couple of accessories that you’ll get plenty of use out of for your first few sewing projects, but you might find upgrading to better quality needles serves you well when you move on to more complicated projects and heavier materials.
In a nutshell, if you’re looking for a good quality machine to get started with, and you’re on a budget, the Singer 2259 is a good choice.
Overall, if the type of machine you’re looking for is something you can just set up and get to work with, the Singer 2259 is a brilliant option. For just £124.99 you have everything you need for basic to intermediate sewing projects, and the ease of use of this machine makes it perfect to learn, or teach, on.