SINGER 1507WC Easy-to-Use Free-Arm Sewing Machine with Canvas Cover
- Quick-and-easy threading saves time
- Adjustable stitch length and zigzag width allow you to customize stitches
- 8 built-in stitches with 1 fully automatic 4-step buttonhole offer a variety of options for fashion sewing, crafts, home decorating and decorative sewing
- Four snap-on presser feet expand your creative sewing possibilities
- Canvas Cover keeps the machine free of dust and debris when not in use. . 110 volt machine designed for United States and Canadian use only.
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The Singer Model 1507 is an 8-stitch machine. If you are a beginner sewer or are looking for a machine to do some basic mending and sewing, this could be the machine you need. The machine features a 4-step buttonhole; 2 needle positions to help get your stitching in just the right spot; an easy bobbin winder; a free arm for sewing those pant legs and sleeves; horizontal threading for smoother stitching; and adjustable presser foot pressure (useful for heavier fabrics). With the machine comes an instruction manual (in English, French, and Spanish) to show you how to get the most from your machine. The 1507WC also a canvas cover included and a compartment for storing the accessories which include: a pack of needles, 4 bobbins, standard presser foot, buttonhole foot, button sewing foot, zipper foot, small bottle of oil, feed dog cover, 2 spool caps, stitching guide, screwdriver, and a seam ripper/lint brush. For further assistance with your machine, you can contact Singer's Consumer Affaires at 1800-474-6437 Monday - Friday, 8:00am - 4:00pm CST.
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I got a really cheap $30 set from Walgreens, and that stopped working 5 minutes out of the box. Figured I ought to be a little more serious, so I opted to spend more than I really wanted to get this. I am very glad that I did.
I just got it today. The manual is super easy to understand. I'd never threaded a machine on my own before, but there is even a numbered guide right on the machine to tell you where the top thread goes. The guide on the machine plus the very simple instructions in the manual made threading the thing a breeze.
With the foot pedal, it's fairly easy to control the speed. I've read some reviews on similar machines (a Brother one, in particular, that I was also looking at) with complaints of it going from 0 to 100 with nothing in between. Not so with this one.
It's really quiet. It's a little awkward having the top spool horizontal, but it works. It's a little heavier than I expected, but that makes it more sturdy. It has a little storage compartment that's really convenient and a nice way to keep everything in one place. It has a little lever for reverse sewing, which I really like. Comes with a neat little cover that has a slot at the top for the carrying handle.
Overall, it is a very straightforward machine that works great, is simple to use and easy to understand.
This is not what I wanted to hear but I found a local sewing machine repair shop and got it fixed. So, although I bought it at a great price, add on another $100 for the repair and two trips across town to the repair shop. OH, the repair guy said it "wasn't a bad" sewing machine, but he recommended that if I don't use it very much (which I don't the odd hem now and again) to at least move the arm FORWARD even a little bit every few months. Run it and give it a drop of lubricant at least once a year to keep it from jamming due to lack of use. Hope this helps.