Posts Tagged ‘Singer’
I’ve noticed lots of people on the Etsy forums talking about their favorite sewing machines. One model that keeps popping up with favorable reviews is the
Singer Confidence 7470. Why is this?
For starters this is an electronic sewing machine with 150 built in stitches. This means the stitch controls are all done electronically, at the push of a button. This cuts down on errors and provides a consistent stitch quality all around.
I think another fun feature on this machine is the ability to actually change the stitches on the fly! Instead of having to only use the factory default looks, you can stretch, reverse, or edit the paths. This is really cool and let’s you make some custom pieces.
You’ve got 4 different types of automatic buttonholes, as well as alphabet and quilting stitches to choose from.
The Confidence 7470 is also quieter than many other Singer models. The only downside of this noise reduction is an increase in weight of the machine.
Like most Singer sewing machines, the 7470 has a good manual. Many people have also praised the simple to operate bobbin, as well as the auto tension.
I trust what the people on Etsy have to say - they’ve been using this for machine for a few years, and rely on it to make their crafts for sale!best sewing machine review, reviews, Singer
This sewing machine is almost 100 years old but look at it go! The stitching seems tight, I bet it it still has a good solid bobbin, and it runs well. Many people believe that Singer makes the best sewing machine possible, and it’s hard to argue they are quality built.
Ever since the first sewing machine was made in the 19th century the design has been improving but the fundamentals have stayed the same. Sure, you can get computer controlled models, and stronger actions, but at it’s heart the sewing machine is still the same. I find it interesting. If you were to compare the end result from this antique sewing machine to the result of the best sewing machine today, most people couldn’t tell the difference. That’s a testament to the strength of this craft, and also shows how when you’re buying new sewing machines you’re buying features to make the act of sewing easier on you!Singer, video
The Singer 7442 is the best sewing machine with basic electronic controls. Coming in as a top of it’s class machine in the price range, the 7442 is a good all around starter sewing machine.
It has 30 different types of available stitches, all consistently electronically controlled. The 7442 sews very well across common fabrics, household projects, and makes great buttonholes too.
Sturdy construction for the price, the 7442 has a drop-in bobbin and an automatic needle threader. In fact Singer calls it the “6-Second Threading System.”
Singer has the name of what many experts consider to the best sewing machine brand, and the 7442 is a good addition to their lineup. This machine will be able to handle what most people throw at it, and is sure to let you make a variety of projects.beginner sewing machine, reviews, Singer
From OpelikaSewing: This video highlights all the amazing features found in the Futura Sewing Machine Line by Singer. The Futura lineup includes the CE-100, CE-150, CE-250, and the CE-350. Futura is Singer’s embroidery sewing machine line.
Are the Futuras the Best Embroidery Sewing Machine? This line certainly has the features needed to hook up to personal computers, and the stitch quality looks good. Embrodiery machines are very fancy - look forward to some reviews and recommendations about finding the best sewing machine for embroidery uses.embroidery sewing machine, Singer, video