- Shipping Weight: 19.8 pounds
- ASIN: B00BH3KMS4
- Item model number: Singer1000SMWACCESSORIES
- Average Customer Review: 16 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #215,937 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing (See Top 100 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing) Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
Singer 1000+ Stitches Computerized Sewing and Serge Machine w/ Extension Table, Soft Carrying Case and Amazing Accessory Package
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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
Top Customer Reviews
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.
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.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I haven't yet been able to master it: still having trouble adjusting stitch tension, learning how to enlarge lettering, erratic backstitiching, etc. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Barbara Gregory
Over the years I have had a ot of nice sewing machines, but the deal on this machne was too good to pass up. Read morePublished 22 months ago by justme1510
I received my sewing machine as ordered and I just used it about a week ago, so far okay but my FOOT PEDAL does not work. Read morePublished on January 19, 2014 by J. C. Permenter
So sad. Machine doesn't hold tension. Could be really great.......but is total failure. I've been sewing for 50+ years and owned a quilt shop for 12. & should have know better. Read morePublished on December 12, 2013 by Adysmom
My husband bought me this machine for our anniversary after I had wished for a machine with more options than my basic Pfaff I had received as a wedding gift 11 years prior. Read morePublished on November 24, 2013 by Angela A. Citte
I ordered this machine and it never arrived. Was "lost in transit" Fortunately Amazon not only credited my account for the purchase and when i reordered it the price was... Read morePublished on October 29, 2013 by Amazon Customer
I received everything the product claimed, and I plan on enjoying it for many years to home. Very Very Happy.Published on October 2, 2013 by KONNIE ESTES
I AM IN LOVE! LOVE! LOVE! This is a great investment to my new business! I am so very lucky that I snagged this. My sewing machine jammed up the bobbin, it now does not work.Published on September 26, 2013 by Katrina Huitt
Singer product. I wanted the needle down option as it saves me rethreading a lot and I love the needle threader.. Read morePublished on July 9, 2013 by Carolyn Williams