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Euro-Pro 1100 Dressmaker II Sewing Center


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  • Simple, compact sewing center comes pre-threaded and ready to use
  • Thread-tension knob; adjustable stitch length; reverse sewing option
  • 2 sewing speeds; built-in sewing light; 100-piece accessory kit included
  • Operates using provided AC/DC adapter or 4 AA batteries (not included)
  • Measures 4 by 7 by 7-1/2 inches; 1-year limited warranty
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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 4.2 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0006SKYI4
  • Item model number: 1100
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (49 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #132,339 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing (See Top 100 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing)
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Amazon.com Product Description

Designed for perfect stitch control, this easy-to-use sewing center works great on everything from rugged denim to the most delicate silk. It features a thread-tension knob, a three-position stitch-length dial, and reverse sewing for optimal control, as well as two sewing speeds--normal and high. The unit arrives pre-threaded and ready to use, and its built-in sewing light illuminates the sewing area for detail stitches. A 100-piece accessory kit comes included, which contains 10 spools of thread, 32 threaded bobbins, 30 needles, a thimble, a threader, scissors, measuring tape, a seam ripper, 12 assorted buttons, 10 colorful headpins, and a convenient storage bag. The machine operates using the provided AC/DC adapter, or it can run off four AA batteries (not included). Simple and compact, the sewing center measures 4 by 7 by 7-1/2 inches and carries a one-year limited warranty.

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stitch length adjustment and reverse sewing compact and lightweight for easy portability.

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Customer Reviews

So please dont waste your money in order to save it.
Shomik
If you're looking for a quick little sewing machine to do the job for very little money, this is the deal for you.
L. Briscoe
When I adjusted the tension tight enough to equalize the stitches, top and bottom, the thread began to break.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

86 of 89 people found the following review helpful By Krykie VINE VOICE on November 30, 2005
If you are looking for a quick little machine for quick little jobs, this is for you. If you just need to crank out some straight stitches to hem or secure something simple, this will work perfectly. I sewed up a duvet cover; worked fine.

PROS: Cheap, small, lightweight, easy to set up. Heck, it even comes out of the box already threaded and ready to go with a spool of white thread!

CONS: It's small, and simple. Not much room for a lot of material to the right of the pressure foot of course, and you must take the sewing slow and steady, never pull. Not versatile, no zig zags or other stuff. Just straight, straight stitch.

Overall: Recommended for the most basic of sewing -- the straight stitch on broadcloth. Don't expect it to be more than it is; you get good value for your thirty bucks, but it ISN'T "as good as" a full sized sewing machine, of course! Go ahead and get this; it will do your small chores as you spend time figuring out which really cool sewing machine you'll spend serious money on...
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47 of 50 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on January 30, 2005
I AM NOT A KID - IN MY MID TWENTIES AND NEWLY MARRIED.

Great little machine. I live in an apartment and I am in need of as much space as I can conserve. This little machine is powerful, compact and does the job of a big machine. I never sewed before, so it took me some time to get up to speed - and this is the machine to do it on. I found that using better thread was very helpful as the threads that came with the machine were not for all sewing jobs. I would recommend getting universal needles to use also. Best suggestion I can give is to be patient and buy a beginner's sewing book for helpful hints. However, I give this little and powerful machine a thums up - I made a slip cover for my sofa and covers for my dining set chairs.
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33 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Madison Grey on February 9, 2006
I could pretty much use this sewing machine for basic stuff..It was obvious that thicker fabric, like denim, wouldn't work well with this machine, and I was right. The really bad thing about it was defintely the fact that the thread was not of good quality, it gets tangled around 40-50% of the time, and there is no way of going "inside" the machine.

I bought the dressmaker thinking I was taking an easy way out and saving a couple of bucks...But to be honest, this is for quick fixs and/or kids. If you have a kid just starting out, then this is for them. If have anything simple to fix, with straight stitching, this is also for you. ANYONE ELSE: SAVE YOUR MONEY and put it towards a sewing machine that'll last long, and that will do the work right!
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By deal buster on October 25, 2005
I Just got the machine (bought it cos I was getting it cheap :). Was really surprised to find the machine was so small and featherlight, making the machine move around the table a little bit while stitching. (If it was slightly more heavier and stable, I would have given it 5 starts). As others have pointed out, the threads that come with it are not of good quality. The built in light goes dim as soon as the machine starts. Other than these three negatives it works perfectly fine on the adapter that came with it. Havent tested it on batteries as i dont intend to use it on batteries. I am using a sewing machine for the first time and am really pleased with the product for the price I paid.
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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on March 29, 2005
When I adjusted the tension tight enough to equalize the stitches, top and bottom, the thread began to break. I could not pull the fabric away from the machine in order to clip the threads without hand pulling the upper thread. When running on batteries the machine's speeds were medium-slow and medium. When the power was plugged in it ran at very fast and extremely fast. Had a great deal of difficulty in reverse. Kept stopping and chugging.
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24 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Marcella Johnson on March 3, 2006
I admit I had my reservations when I pulled it out of the box, it was so small. But I pieced and finished a bed size quilt with this little machine. It is loud and very light, it walks around the table top. But I had no other problem with it. I used the thread with it at first then switched to a machine quilting thread, no more problems. Love it.
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28 of 30 people found the following review helpful By eunha on April 8, 2006
This sewing machine is the perfect size for my little apartment! I don't sew everyday- so I keep it in the box in the linen closet when I don't use it.

When I do need it, it's simple to take out and to use as well. It is a basic sewing machine perfect for beginners like me! I practiced a couple of times on the swatch that came with it, and was ready to go.

My first project was to shorten my son's jean pants into shorts. I had no problems.
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26 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Sam Lively on August 9, 2006
I am new to sewing machines, I bought the Dressmaker because of it's awesome price. I was suprised to find that it can go through pretty thick fabric (It does have it's limits though). For my needs it is perfect. Some drawbacks are that it is pretty darn loud and it moves across the table making it a little hard to sew in a straight line. But if your needs are small (no heavy duty thick fabric) and money is an issue, than I recommend this product.
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