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SINGER 2259 Tradition Easy-to-Use Free-Arm 19-Stitch Sewing Machine

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2259 with 19 Stitches
  • Quick-and-easy threading saves time
  • Adjustable stitch length and zigzag width allow you to customize stitches
  • 19 built-in stitches with 1 fully automatic 4-step buttonhole provide endless project possibilities
  • Four snap-on presser feet expand your creative sewing possibilities
  • Easy stitch selection makes choosing your stitches a breeze. 110 volt machine designed for United States and Canadian use only.

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SINGER 2259 Tradition Easy-to-Use Free-Arm 19-Stitch Sewing Machine + SINGER 611.BR Universal Hard Carrying Case for Most Free-Arm Sewing Machines + Style 15J Sewing Machine Bobbins for Singer - 10 Pack
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Product Details

Style: 2259 with 19 Stitches
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  • Product Dimensions: 15 x 6.2 x 12 inches ; 13.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 16 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B0051HJ6JS
  • Item model number: 2259
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (289 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #487 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing (See Top 100 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing)
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Product Description

Style: 2259 with 19 Stitches


Just learning? Just perfect. The SINGER 2259 Tradition Easy-to-Use Free-Arm 19-Stitch Sewing Machine.

The SINGER 2259 Tradition has the features to make starting a new hobby easy. This sewing machines features an automatic four-step buttonhole, easy stitch selection, and snap-on presser feet. Thread the machine quickly and easily. Just follow the arrows on the machine, and you are threaded in a snap. Nineteen basic, stretch, and decorative built-in stitches provide options for everything from the most basic garment alterations to more elaborate home décor designs.

1 Automatic 4-Step Buttonhole - professional looking buttonholes at your fingertips.
Just learning? Just perfect. The SINGER 2259 Tradition Easy-to-Use 19-Stitch Sewing Machine.
19 Built-In Stitches - 6 Essential, 7 Decorative, 5 Stretch, 1 Automatic 4-Step Buttonhole
Adjustable Stitch Length & ZigZag Width - Personalize projects with just a turn of the dial.
Heavy Duty Metal Frame for skip-free sewing and overall durability.
FREE Accessories Including 4 Presser Feet, Darning Plate, Bobbins (Class 15), Needles & More

FREE Accessories Included: All-Purpose Foot, Buttonhole Foot, Button Sewing Foot, Zipper Foot, Thread Spool Cap Holders (2), Screwdriver, Quilting Guide, Bobbins (Class 15), Pack Of Needles, Seam Ripper/Lint Brush, Foot Pedal, Power Cord, Instruction Manual


Additional Features and Benefits
  • 19 Built-In Stitches - 6 Essential, 7 Decorative, 5 Stretch, 1 Automatic 4-Step Buttonhole
  • 1 Automatic 4-Step Buttonhole - professional looking buttonholes at your fingertips.
  • Easy Stitch Selection - choose any of the 19 built-in stitches with just the turn of a dial.
  • Heavy Duty Metal Frame - The rigid interior support holds all the mechanisms in perfect alignment for skip-free sewing and overall durability.
  • Adjustable Stitch Length & ZigZag Width - Personalize stitch length and width with just a turn of a dial
  • Automatic Tension - This system ensures excellent straight stitch quality, whatever type of fabric is being sewn.
  • Four-Segment Feed Dog System with Box Feed - This feed dog system ensures that the fabric is picked up and supported from the front of the presser foot to the rear, providing accurate feeding.
  • Snap-On Presser Feet - Easily change from one presser foot to another—no need for screwdrivers
  • Automatic Reverse - Push and hold the conveniently located Automatic Reverse Lever to sew in reverse and reinforce stitches
  • Free Arm - Provides professional results by offering easy access to cuffs, collars, pant hems and other difficult-to-reach areas
  • Center Zigzag Taper - When tapering with the zigzag stitch, the stitch tapers to the center, not the left or right.
  • Twin Needle Capability - Easily add a decorative touch to your sewing projects with a twin needle (optional purchase).
  • 5mm Stitch Width - Most stitches can be set for a maximum width of 5mm—creating bold satin and decorative stitches
  • Extra-High Presser Foot Lifter - Offers more clearance when placing multiple layers of bulky fabric under the presser foot
  • Automatic Presser Foot Pressure Control - Easily sew the lightweight to heavy fabrics without the need for presser foot pressure adjustments
  • On Board Storage - Keeps your accessories handy without the clutter
  • Portable - The machine has a built-in carry handle making it easy to transport the machine to class.
  • The SINGER 2259 Tradition sewing machine comes with a limited 25-Year Warranty.
  • Answers At Your Fingertips! Online Support available any time at singerco.com Social Media Support allows you to connect with other sewers for tips and tricks! YouTube.com/SingerSewingCompany offers a variety of helpful videos tutorials including the following topics: Threading, Presser Feet Training, Maintenance and Troubleshooting.
  • Consumer's Choice - More people own SINGER machines than all other brands combined!
  • Women's Choice Award Winner! SINGER has earned the 2013 & 2014 Women's Choice Award for America's Best Home Sewing Machine. This award designation is based on a national survey among 5,000 plus women who were asked to select the brands they would most highly recommend to others.


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

It is very easy to thread, and to use.
Casey McNeil
I'm very pleased with it, and I would highly recommend it to anyone looking for a basic sewing machine.
Cindy
Take my advice and go with a different brand or a spend a little more and get a better machine.
j.suzane

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

415 of 422 people found the following review helpful By I. Zawilski TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on August 25, 2011
Style Name: 2259 with 19 Stitches Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
The conventional wisdom in buying sewing machines (among people who sew a lot) is to spend around $500 minimum. This may mean buying used, because sewing machines can be very pricy. In general, I agree with this philosophy. There are definite advantages to higher end machines. That said, this decidedly lower end machine performed quite a bit beyond my expectations.

The most important thing for a sewing machine to do is to hold its tension. Bad tension control of your thread means bad stitches and endless frustration. I've heard horror stories about poor tension on low end machines. This machine has very good tension. The motor growls a little before starting when you depress the foot pedal. Once you get going, it is pretty easy to control the speed, which is important too, for precision.

The straight stitching is very nice. Straight stitching is, by far, the thing you will do most on a sewing machine, whether you are doing garments or quilts and crafts. The next most important thing is the zig-zag, and there is no problem there either. This machine also has a number of utility stitches, including a blind hem stitch and several stretch stiches. There are no real decorative stitches. To me this is not a drawback, since I use them little. if at all.

Singer supplies only basic feet with this machine. You get the standard presser foot, a zipper foot, buttonhole foot, and a foot for sewing on buttons. I have not used the machine to sew in a zipper, but I have made several buttonholes. They came out fine, and the four-step buttonhole process is simple. Always do a sample buttonhole using a scrap of fabric and interfacing before you do one on your garment, in order to get the size and density of the stitches correct.
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Style Name: 2259 with 19 Stitches Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
I have been sewing for about 50+ years. I started on my grandmother's Singer treadle machine. When I got a little older, I used my other grandmother's electric Singer machine (big time for those days). Over the years I've always had Singer machines. I've made my own clothes, clothes for my boys. I've quilted, made gifts.

Nowadays I don't sew as much. I use the machine for mending and some special projects but I'll have twin grandbabies soon and wanted to start making a few things for them.

So, since the tension on my old machine didn't work right, I got a new Singer 2259 Machine. I get the new machine, open the shipping box (packed very well by the way) and what do I find? An instruction manual ALL in Spanish. Not in English AND Spanish but all Spanish. I am not a happy camper. I don't care that I've sewed for 50 years. Every machine is a little different plus it's been a few years since I've done much sewing except for mending and I want a manual I can read. AND I didn't think I should have to download and print an English manual - I am the customer.

NOTE: If you get this machine and end up having to print your own manual, be sure to notice that the link noted on the Amazon product page takes you to an English/Spanish combo manual. Be sure to change the page numbers on your print page so you get just the English pages.

So - I did get my machine threaded, etc. and used it. It worked great on a lightweight cotton material using all stitches - thread tension is perfect. I made a few practice buttonholes and it works fine (not an auto buttonholer but then the price doesn't warrant that luxury). I also had a project and needed to sew through four thicknesses of heavy toweling (terry cloth) material. The machine did pretty darn well.
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108 of 113 people found the following review helpful By Maura Ann Rubies VINE VOICE on September 22, 2011
Style Name: 2259 with 19 Stitches Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
I found the Singer 2259 Tradition 20-Stitch Sewing Machine to be all that I really need.

First off, I am not an ambitious sewer. Actually, my sewing is concentrated to making crafts like doll clothes for my daughter, basic cloth purses and simple clothing modifications (like turning pants to skirts).

I have an old, second-hand Brother that gets jammed so much that I can no longer tolerate it.

Although the Singer is roughly the same size with a similar set-up, it is definitely a better machine for me.

Pros.

The bright white outer shell is hard and durable enough, but decidedly lighter in weight than my grungy-creme beast. It is not a burden to pull this one out of the closet, and once it's out, it's not an embarrassment if company should come over unexpectedly.

Singer is not re-inventing the wheel. I appreciate that I can start sewing without having to get re-acclimated to an altogether new design.

The foot easily comes off (which I list as both a pro & con). On the pro side. it makes switching feet a realistic thing for me to readily do, instead of avoiding (which I did with old machine).

Great accessories, including more needles.

The machine is pretty quiet.

Cons:

I wish it were easier to get off the needle. On my Brother I could simply turn the screw on the machine instead of needing an additional tool (provided).

The foot can come off if you bump it a certain way (listed in pro for diff. reason). I was removing fabric I had just sewn. Fortunately, this only occurred once and it was easy to pop back on.

I'm not thrilled by the reverse button, for some reason...On my Brother it's wide and further back.
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