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SINGER 2250 Tradition Basic 10-Stitch Sewing Machine

by Singer
41 customer reviews
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  • Quick and easy threading--saves time
  • Easy stitch selection--change stitches in one easy step
  • One automatic four-step buttonhole--no guesswork, just results
  • 10 built-in stitches with one automatic 4-step buttonhole--provides endless project possibilities
  • Adjustable stitch length and zigzag width - keep seams strong and prevent puckering on any fabric type. 110 volt machine designed for United States and Canadian use only.
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 15 x 6.2 x 12 inches ; 13.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 16.3 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B0018KVLYK
  • Item model number: 2250
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (41 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #56,116 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing (See Top 100 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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Product Description

Product Description

SINGER is sewing made easy. The SINGER 2250 Tradition sewing machine features 10 built-in stitches including an automatic 4-step buttonhole. This sewing machine boasts adjustable presser foot pressure, adjustable tension and an extra-high presser foot lifter. This machine comes with an accessory assortment that includes four presser feet (all-purpose, zipper, buttonhole and button sewing) to expand your creative sewing possibilities.

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singer is sewing made easy
SINGER 2250

Just learning? Just perfect. The SINGER 2250 Tradition.

The SINGER 2250 Tradition sewing machine features 10 built-in stitches including an automatic 4-step buttonhole. This sewing machine boasts adjustable presser foot pressure, adjustable tension and an extra-high presser foot lifter.

This machine comes with an accessory assortment that includes four presser feet (all-purpose, zipper, buttonhole and button sewing) to expand your creative sewing possibilities.

Snap-on presser feet

Snap-On Presser Feet

Snap-on presser feet make changing from one to another effortless--no screwdriver required.
SINGER 2250

Easy Stitch Selection

Simply choose the stitch that's right for your project.

Automatic 4-step buttonhole

Automatic 4-Step Buttonhole

Buttonholes made easy.

Variable stitch length

Variable Stitch Length

Keep your seams strong and prevent bunching on any type of fabric with adjustable stitch length and zigzag width.

warranty

Warranty

Limited 25-year warranty on the sewing machine head, limited 2-year on electrical, limited 90-day warranty on labor.

Automatic bobbin winding

Automatic Bobbin Winding

The needle bar automatically disengages when winding the bobbin making bobbin winding safer.

Additional Features & Benefits

Heavy Duty Metal Frame

The rigid interior support holds all the mechanisms in perfect alignment for skip-free sewing.

Extra-High Presser Foot Lifter

The extra high presser foot lifter offers more clearance when placing multiple layers of bulky fabric under the presser foot.

Quick Start Guide DVD

Great for beginners, this DVD demonstrates how to thread the machine and to get started sewing.

Snap-On Presser Feet

Change from one presser foot to another effortlessly. No need for screwdrivers to change the snap-on presser feet--they just snap on.

Thread Cutter

Located for precise thread cutting, eliminating the extra step of cutting thread tails with scissors.

Automatic Tension

This system ensures stable stitch quality, whatever type of fabric you use.

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About SINGER

SINGER is sewing made easy.

Founded in 1851, Singer is one of the world’s leading sellers of consumer and artisan sewing machines, and one of the world’s most trusted and recognizable brands. The company has a long history of innovation, having produced, among other breakthroughs, the world’s first portable machine, the first zigzag machine and the first computer-controlled machine.

By making simple, easy-to-use machines, Singer has provided the gateway to sewing for people around the world. From home décor and clothing construction to embroidery and quilting, Singer is dedicated to helping people express themselves through sewing.

Just the right stitches to get you started.

6 Basic Stitches, 3 Decorative Stitches, 1 Buttonhole—perfect for crafts, home decor, clothing construction, and much more.

SINGER 2250
6 basic stitches
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3 decorative stitches
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One 4-step automatic buttonhole

Accessories Included (located in the free arm accessory storage tray):

  • Darning plate
  • Spool cap holders
  • Screwdriver
  • Buttonhole foot
  • Button sewing foot
  • All-purpose foot
  • Zipper foot
  • Edge/quilting guide
  • Bobbins
  • Needles
  • Lint brush/seam ripper
  • Oil bottle

SINGER 2250
Bobbin Class: 15
Light Bulb: 120V 10 watt push in
Needles: 2020 & 2045

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More people own SINGER machines than all other brands combined.


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

71 of 74 people found the following review helpful By goodstuff on November 22, 2009
This is my first sewing machine, the first time I've used one. I love it, and hate to see it's rating so low due to reports of bobbin jamming. None of the 3 complaints mentioned that they even attempted to adjust the upper or lower tension adjustments. My machine jammed up the first time I used it but I read the instructions and adjusted the tensions- problem solved. Adjusting the lower bobbin tension is a touchy feely operation, but not hard to do. From the instructions- "To test the bobbin thread tension, remove the bobbin case and bobbin and hold it by suspending it by the thread. Jerk it once or twice. If the tension is correct, the thread will unwind by about an inch or two. If the tension is too tight, it does not unwind at all. If the tension is too loose, it will drop too much. To adjust, turn the small screw on the side of the bobbin case." There is a screwdriver included to make this adjustment. It clamps the thread, so a thicker or thinner thread could mean an adjustment is necessary. Mine needed to be loosened for the first spool of thread I used. This bobbin case is polished stainless steel, so it's not wearing out soon. I guess the screw might get loose someday, my local Jo-Ann fabric store sells new complete bobbin cases for $2.99. The upper thread tension dial requires a lot of adjustment depending on the work. A sewing machine isn't a hair dryer. They are complex weird monsters and there is a learning curve, no way around it. You've got to tune em like a guitar. This machine is heavy and stable and has a pleasant look and feel. It disturbs me there is no inclusion of oil or lubrication instructons. I doubt it's never necessary, so I got a tube of Official Singer Oil, a very thick oil with a look and smell like melted butter. I recomend it. I've only had my 2250 for a week. 5 stars so far.
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59 of 61 people found the following review helpful By Ferb on December 10, 2008
My wife needed a simple basic sewing machine to repair and make adjustments to our clothes. We decided on this model based on the low price and the Singer name. As we understand there are more Singer machines in service than all other brands together.

We found the DVD that came with the machine very helpful and between that and the owner's manual the setup was easy. Since then she is using it from time to time and, as it fulfills all our needs at an affordable price, we must give it a high rating.

We would have hated to pay more for a sewing machine with more features that we were not going to use. This is a good reliable machine that fulfills our need for simplicity and ease of operation.
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42 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Brooke Helfen on December 2, 2010
Like most of you here I bought this machine at Target when it was on sale. I run my own clothing and accessories line and use my machine about 5 days a week for hours on end. So when my old singer from the 70s finally gave out, I wanted to just pick up a "cheap, temporary" machine that would get me through the season I was in. Little did I know that I'd be happy with this machine and continue to use it for the next two years without so much as any issue (and never even had it serviced or anything). I also teach a sewing class and MANY of my students have purchased this particular machine to learn on... again, without any issues (we're talking a dozen or more total beginners here). I find it VERY odd that this machine should receive so many horrible reviews... almost all of them citing a bobbin issue. If you are used to a machine that has a top-loading bobbin (the bobbin drops down simply into the throat plate) then you will need to understand that this bobbin installs differently. Whereas a top-loading bobbin will be placed into the machine in the shape of a "P" (with the thread going off to the left of the bobbin like the shape of the letter P), this type of bottom-loading bobbin needs to be inserted into the opening in the bobbin case (the metal housing you remove to replace the bobbin) in the shape of a "q"... with the thread going off to the right of the bobbin itself. Also, you must ensure that the small arm of the bobbin case points to the sky and almost "clicks" into place (into the groove that it's meant for) when you insert it. And that the bobbin thread comes completely through the tension area in the bobbin case and snaps "into" the hole in the side of the case, pulling almost freely with just a smidge of tension on the thread as it's being pulled.Read more ›
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38 of 42 people found the following review helpful By M. Bianco on January 19, 2009
We got this sewing machine as a x-mas present and were very excited to begin sewing. It was great to start with...for like the first 6 hours. The DVD was helpful, and it had the basics for what you need to get started. Of course I found sewing to be extremely easy, so in the spirit of D.I.Y. I started sewing like a mad man.

Well...wouldn't you know that after a short while the bobbin kept jamming. As a child I never remember this happening to my mom, and when I called her with the problem she agreed. I took apart the whole assemble, lubed it up, cleaned it...worked for a bit and then jammed even worse. I've never heard of such a thing....this is a total bummer.

I think I got a lemon, but regardless, we out grew this machine literally within hours. We've decided to return it and upgrade to the Brother computerized 60 stitch. We're very excited about it.

http://www.amazon.com/Brother-CS6000I-60-Stitch-Computerized-Functions/dp/B000JQM1DE/ref=pd_sbs_k_2
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