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Sew Crafty Mini Sewing Machine: White

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  • Use as hand-held or tabletop machine
  • Lightweight, compact and portable to go anywhere
  • Quickly stitches your smaller projects so you don't have to pull out your big machine
  • Stitches with an easily removed chain stitch
  • Uses 4 AA batteries (not included) or AC adapter sold separately
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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
  • ASIN: B000BVKDA0
  • Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #59,028 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing (See Top 100 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing)
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Product Description

Scrapbookers, paper crafters, and arts and crafts enthusiasts will enjoy the Sew Crafty Mini's versatile design, as it allows easy tabletop or hand-held operation for all of your craft projects. Sew accents onto your scrapbook pages, make fabric envelopes, add stiches to cards, sew outlines on paper projects, and even sew paper or fabric layers together instead of using glue. Sew Crafty Mini fits easily in the palm of your hand. Measures 6 1/2 x 3. Includes: 2 threaded bobbins, threader, needle, and bobbin rod. Powered by 4-AA batteries (not included). Use size 14 replacement needles.

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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By C. Sanders on December 6, 2006
I should have known better when I found it on the shelf for $3.99. But I thought "What the heck, if it doesn't work I'm just out 4 bucks." I just wanted something small to add flair to my craft projects. First of all, I'm a beginner when it comes to sewing, but I'm a reasonably intelligent person and the instructions were worthless. The "thread rod" is about 1 inch too long and doesn't hold the bobbin tightly. The handwheel, which is supposed to raise the needle, lowers it. Nothing short of just brute force would raise that needle in order to thread it. And if you have sewn before, you know where this is leading. Since the needle wouldn't raise, once I lowered it and tried to actually sew something (after about 1/2 hour of trying to thread it) it just made one hole over and over again because the needle couldn't clear the paper. At this point, I removed my 4 double A batteries (because they are worth more than the machine) and tossed it in the trash. Not worth the box it was packaged in!
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14 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Kim on November 29, 2009
My 7 yr old found this machine on the bottom shelf of ACMoore with a clearance sign for $3. She was SO EXCITED because she is not allowed to use my good machine. The other reviewer is correct - directions are worthless, the stitches that the machine makes are awful and even as an experienced sewer, this machine is so different it's difficult to troubleshoot. BUT - as a homeschooler we can use it as a bad example and compare it to a good machine to illustrate the tension problems with bobbin thread and the whole basic function of a sewing machine. THEN we're gonna take this baby apart and not be concerned with breaking an expensive or even a machine of any value whatsoever!!!
I can't believe I see these on Ebay for $20+ .... it's not even worth the box it is packaged in.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Kathryn Coryell on January 4, 2014
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It's ok nothing special not like the ad distribed it at all. Big let down once it got here. The the stitches come out too easy they barely hold
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I got this from a GoodWill Outlet for 89 cents a pound; complete with MANY color thread filled bobbins, needles, instructions AND a craft booklet! Boy I thought I found a wonderful bargain to teach my young grand-daughter sewing machine basics. Sad to say all my grand daughter learned were some choice BAD WORDS while she said "Grammy, I'm shocked your mouth has so many bad words in it, you're a very bad girl and should go to your room and think about better ways to express yourself...." (FYI: Kids remember what you say just so they can repeat it back to you when you act up! LOL)

What I went to my room, I thought "How DUMB are you to think IF someone donated that bundle of stuff with the sewing machine that it was such a great opportunity? They'd had enough bad luck to give up the ghost, idiot!" Pretty dumb I admit. I would give this ZERO stars, but Amazon won't let me really blast this piece of $_!_T the way I should to warn off others.
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By lb on November 5, 2011
I should give this no stars, but mine didn't have as many problems as other people have said they have had. It can't take much, it doesn't do the job well, and the bobbins that they give you can't be re-wound with a different thread once you have used up what they gave you! I'm with the others: take your needle, batteries, and bobbin and throw the rest away! You will spend more time undoing the poor job of this machine than if you were to try to do the project by hand!
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By Mary W. Cross on July 1, 2015
A piece of crap. Once you FINALLY get it threaded, it stitches backward and then it doesn't make stitches. Throwing it in the trash. Don't waste a penny on this. I can't believe ProvoCraft put their name on this piece of junk!
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Leslie Courtney on May 26, 2011
I bought this item a while ago thinking it would be great to do crafts w/ my very young niece or scrapbook items without lugging out my huge sewing machine. I paid $6 for it at a craft store, and I'm glad it wasn't more. I have yet to get a single stitch out of it. The Provo Craft FAQ site wasn't any more help than the instructions that were in the box. Shame, as the concept sounds great, but based on all the reviews I see online - this product falls seriously short of even poor at best.
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3 of 6 people found the following review helpful By SavvyShopper on November 13, 2013
I'm so glad I only paid $3.99 for mine at Hobby Lobby. This machine is horrible. I tried to sew a few pieces of paper together. It worked for about 5 minutes. Now it makes a terrible racket-- it sounds like the plastic gears aren't lining up properly and are stripping out. The machine freezes up after one stitch, I turn it off and crank it with the hand wheel, turn it back on and it freezes again on the next stitch, straining against the gears. If I had the time to manually crank the hand wheel to sew my project it might serve the purpose (given that it takes several cranks to get one stitch sewn since the gears are slipping), but then why not just get a needle and thread and sew it myself without the machine? It would probably be faster.
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