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Singer 1000+ Stitches Computerized Sewing and Serge Machine w/ Extension Table, Soft Carrying Case and Amazing Accessory Package

by Singer
3.9 out of 5 stars 16 customer reviews
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  • Included Extension Table, Canvas Dust Cover and Amazing Accessory Package - Purchase the Singer 1000+ Stitches Computerized Sewing and Serge Machine and receive an Extension Table, Canvas Dust Cover, Sew and Serge Foot, Twin Needle, Rolled Hem Foot, Straight Stitch Foot, Gathering Foot, Open-Toe Foot, 1/4" Piecing Foot, Cording Foot, Darning/Embroidery Foot, Non-Stick Foot, Walking Even Feed Foot, Roller Foot, Edge Joining Foot and Invisible Zipper Foot

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 19.8 pounds
  • ASIN: B00BH3KMS4
  • Item model number: Singer1000SMWACCESSORIES
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars 16 customer reviews
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #215,937 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing (See Top 100 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing)
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Product Description

Included Extension Table, Canvas Dust Cover and Amazing Accessory Package! 310 Built-In Stitches - Just about any stitch you could ever need including basic, stretch, decorative and alphanumeric. Includes a removable stitch chart. Select from over 1,000 Stitch Functions. Fulfill your creative dreams with a large selection of decorative stitches, alphabet stitches, and construction stitches.The Large Back-Lit LCD Screen provides clear and easy viewing of stitch functions including stitch width and length, tension settings, and the recommended presser foot. Unplug the foot control, press the Start button and the machine sews. You are still in complete control over the speed - just slide the Speed Limiting Lever to the desired speed. The needle can be programmed to stop in the highest up position when your foot is lifted from the controller, making it easier to remove fabric from the machine. The needle can also be programmed to stop in the down position which is ideal for pivoting, appliquéing and quilting. Press the thread cutter button and the machine automatically trims threads when you are done sewing. Personalize projects by adding a monogram, name or phrase with the built-in block or script style alphabets, both available in upper and lower case. The Automatic Needle Threader feature makes threading the eye of the needle quick and painless. This mechanism incorporates a magnet-type vertical axis rotating hook that ensures smooth, jam-resistant sewing. The bobbin loads from the top, so it is easy to insert the bobbin. The clear cover makes it easy to monitor the bobbin thread supply. With 10 Fully Automatic 1-Step Buttonholes buttonhole sewing is a one-step simple process providing reliable results every time. 13 Needle Positions Needle position can be changed for individual projects like inserting zippers, cording and topstitching. The Automatic Tension ensures stable stitch quality regardless of the type of fabric.

Customer Reviews

Top Customer Reviews

I purchased this sewing machine in February of 2012. I have been using it for over a year now. It sews like a dream and is so easy to use. In a years time I just broke my first needle last month. I keep the tension dial set at 4 which is where it is when the machine arrives at your door. It sews lightweight materials to heavy jean material without changing the tension. My daughter loves the automatic thread cutter. I am a quilter and use my blind hem foot to measure a scant quarter inch seam. I even quilt the quilts I make on this machine. I just roll the excess quilt in a tube and stick it in the machine unrolling as I go. I do an entire quilt from start to finish on this one machine. I am trying to learn to free motion quilt and this machine comes with a darning foot, so I can attempt this. All in all this is a good machine worth the money. I received 20 pressure feet and have yet to try them all. Just from what I have used I am happy with my purchase. If you are on the fence about whether or not to buy this one just go ahead and get it. You will enjoy this machine a lot. As I use more of the feet that came with the machine I will update my review. Hope this helps.
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This is the same machine as the Singer H74. Considering what comes with this machine, it is a very good value as a "budget-wise" machine. Though lacking some of the inventive features of higher end machines, this machine has enough functionality that even if its straight stitch is not as smooth as that of an expensive model, so much is included that it is a very tempting value.

Singer has been combined with Pfaff and Viking and these are (like Vikings and Pfaff) now all made in Asia. The Singers are the lower end of the line, but are designed to compete with the the widely available and inexpensive Brothers. They've been repackaged with extra feet and features to sweeten the deal. And it's pretty sweet for a budget machine.

Pros:

They list this as "amazing accessory package" and that is no lie. You get:

An extension table. This lets you sew larger objects (quilts, for example) without slopping over a free arm. Many times, these cost almost a hundred smackers and really, if you sew decor or home items or shirts and skirts, they are a real boon.

A zipper case to keep off the dust and keep cord, foot pedal and instruction book all together. Most machines today do not come with a case--you get a thin little dust cover. This is a nice extra.

A huge assortment of presser feet: Sew and Serge Foot, Twin Needle, Rolled Hem Foot, Straight Stitch Foot, Gathering Foot, Open-Toe Foot, 1/4" Piecing Foot, Cording Foot, Darning/Embroidery Foot, Non-Stick Foot, Walking Even Feed Foot, Roller Foot, Edge Joining Foot and Invisible Zipper Foot. That's a lot of presser feet and if you price them out individually, they come to more than half the cost of the machine (ask me how I know... my Janome came with only the most minimal selection of feet.
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My husband purchased this machine for me for Mother's Day. The machine sews okay but the quality is poor. I would expect higher quality for the money spent. In addition it is not a Serge Machine. Yes it does an overcast stitch but I wouldn't call it a Serger. The first time I changed the needle, the needle clamp screw broke. Without a screw, well I'm screwed! The machine is not usable. I've contacted Singer and their customer service is horrible. It takes a long time to get someone on the phone. Literally I called serveral times and eventually gave up the wait. When I finally waited it out I was on hold 50 minutes before reaching a live person. I was told the part would be mailed to me. After never receiving it, I again called back. After another very long wait was the told the part was on back order and it would be months before I receive it. Really? They can't mail me a screw? I guess if I want to use the machine I have to go out and find one myself and buy it. I expected better quality from a Singer machine. And better customer service from a company that's been around so long. Should have stuck with Brother.
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When I ordered this machine, I was so excited because of the good reviews and it seemed to offer so much. I even talked my neighbor to buy one. When it arrived, I opened it immediately and started to use it on a "quilt of Vallor". The tension would not hold and the underside stitches were all tangled up. I did everything I knew to do... Change needle, rewind bobbin, rethread, etc... Nothing worked, so I called number for problems. I was on the phone with the tech for over an hour trying different things. Took things apart that I had never done before. Finally got the tangles to stop, but it sews very rough. Information was not very clear on how to return it for a replacement. I could return it for credit, but not a well running machine.
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I love this machine. This is the first machine I've bought that is computerized and has so many functions. I've been sewing for a very long time and used a simple machine. It's taking me a little while to figure out of the features, but so far I've been able to do everything on (and more) on this machine that I did with old machine.
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