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SINGER | ONE Vintage-Style Computerized Sewing Machine including 24 Built-in Stitches, Automatic Needle Threader, Extra-Large Sewing Space, Drop & Sew Bobbin System, Best Sewing Machine for Beginners
- SINGER SEWING MACHINE: The SINGER One Vintage-Style Computerized Sewing Machine has 24 built-in stitches including basic, stretch, decorative, and 2 Automatic 1-step buttonhole stitches allow you to sew a variety of projects.
- AUTOMATIC NEEDLE THREADER SEWING MACHINE: After following the threading path printed right on the machine, this built-in feature helps you to effortlessly thread the eye of the needle without eye strain or frustration.
- HIGH PRESSER FOOT LIFTER: The SINGER ONE Computerized Sewing Machine sews several layers of thick fabric. The presser foot can be raised to a higher position for easy positioning of your project.
- AUTOMATIC REVERSE SEWING MACHINE: Push the conveniently located automatic reverse button to sew in reverse and reinforce the stitching.
- SEWING MACHINE ACCESSORIES: A variety of accessories are included with all-purpose foot, blind hem foot, satin stitch foot, one-step buttonhole foot, zipper foot, needles, bobbins, spool pin felt, auxiliary spool pin, thread spool caps, needle plate screwdriver, lint brush/ seam ripper and soft-sided cover.
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Model Number – ONE
Product - Sewing Machine
Lightbulb - LED
Dimensions - 23 x 10 x 13 inches
Weight – 23.9 pounds
Manufacturer – SINGER
Built-in Stitches: 24
Introducing the SINGER ONE sewing machine. Its bold, fresh design stands out for a reason. The SINGER ONE™ sewing machine is the start of a new line, built for the way you sew, with just the right combination of easy-to-use features, technology and style. We changed home sewing forever with our first machine. 160 years later, we’re still bringing you the next big thing. It is easy to select, easy to personalize. This direct stitch selection sets optimal stitch size for better results. Includes most popular stitch patterns: 6 Basic, 4 Stretch, 12 Decorative and 2 Buttonhole.
SINGER ONE sewers guide the thread directly from the spool to the needle area through a single groove and thread the needle by simply pressing the lever for true, simple one-touch threading! Extra-Large Sewing Space (374 mm/14.7”) provides a more spacious working area, an essential for quilting, home décor sewing or when working with other larger projects.
This SINGER ONE sewing machine has a ton of other features like quickview stitch setting & simple stitch adjustment, drop & sew bobbin system, automatic needle threader, presser foot sensor, 3 staybright led lights, feed dog control, vintage inspired design & graphics, automatic reverse, free arm, sewing speed projects can be sewn quickly with a maximum speed of 750 stitches-per-minute.
From the manufacturer
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, one of the world’s first portable machine, one of the first zigzag machine and one of the first computer-controlled machine
SINGER ONE Vintage-Style Computerized Sewing Machine
ntroducing the SINGER One sewing machine. Its bold, fresh design stands out for a reason. The SINGER One sewing machine is the start of a new line, built for the way you sew, with just the right combination of easy-to-use features, technology and style. We changed home sewing forever with our first machine. 160 years later, we’re still bringing you the next big thing.
Your Sewing Machine Should Be As Glamorous As You!
Heavy Duty Metal Frame
This rigid support holds all the mechanisms in perfect alignment for precise sewing and durability.
SwiftSmart Threading with Automatic Needle Threader
Simply guide the thread directly from the spool to the needle area through a single groove and thread the needle by pressing the lever.
Drop and Sew Bobbin System
With this special top drop-on bobbin, there’s no longer any need to raise the bobbin thread before sewing. Just drop and sew!
3 Staybright LED Lights
Not just one but three lamps illuminate the sewing surface for optimal viewing. The long-lasting bulbs (100,000 hours) stay cool regardless of how long the machine is being operated.
But The Beauty Goes Deeper Than The Surface!
Extra-Large Sewing Space (374-millimeter/14.7-inch)
Provides a more spacious working area, an essential for quilting, home décor sewing or when working with other larger projects.
One Touch Stitch Selection with Quick View Stitch Setting
Direct stitch selection sets optimal stitch settings for best results.
With this special top drop-on bobbin, there’s no longer any need to raise the bobbin thread before sewing. Just drop and sew!
A conveniently located lever lowers the feed dogs for free-motion embroidery, monograms, and button sewing.
Vintage Inspired Design and Graphics
Nostalgic filigree and signature machine curves pay tribute to our classic historic machine designs.
Expand Your Horizons
All-Purpose Foot, Blind Hem Foot, Satin Stitch Foot, One-step Buttonhole Foot, Zipper Foot, Needles, Bobbins, Spool Pin Felt, Auxiliary Spool Pin, Thread Spool Caps, Needle Plate Screwdriver, Lint Brush/ Seam Ripper, Instruction Manual, Foot Control, Power Cord, and Soft-Sided Cover.
Put Your Mind at Ease
- Heavy Duty Metal Frame for skip-free sewing.
- 25-Year Limited Warranty*.
- 110 volt machine designed for United States and Canadian use only.
- Social Media Support allows you to connect with other sewers for tips and tricks!
- Singer Sewing Company offers a variety of helpful videos tutorials including the following topics: Threading, Installing a Bobbin and Presser Feet Training.
*For more information you can contact the official customer service or visit the official website.
Additional Features and Benefits
- One Touch Stitch Selection with 24 Built-In Stitches.
- 2 Fully Automatic 1-Step Buttonholes.
- SwiftSmart Threading System with Automatic Needle Threader.
- QuickView Stitch Setting & Simple Stitch Adjustment.
- Drop and Sew Bobbin System
- Presser Foot Sensor
- 3 Staybright LED Lights
- Feed Dog Control
- Extra-Large Sewing Space
- Extra High Presser Foot Lift
- Heavy-Duty Metal Frame
- Automatic Reverse
- Free Arm
- 25-Year Limited Warranty
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Using creaky, temperamental machines with that warm oil smell, ear piercing screech, and a dozen or so stitches accessed by rotary wheel is all I know. Or, at least, used to know. I purchased the Singer ONE 2-3 months ago, after much internal debate and reading hundreds of reviews on different models.
I had no idea sewing was supposed to be so easy, so fun, and so rewarding. This machine is ready-to-use, right out of the box. It is not the most advanced computerized machine, so it the bill to be my first. There are some nonessential "perks" it offers (storage, a variety of feet, flexibility with accommodating various spool sizes, idiot-proof bobbin winding) that pleasantly surprised me.
I am not a master seamstress. I'm struggling to type this review because I don't know enough "sewing vocab" to avoid looking foolish. But this machine makes my work look like I'm far better than I am, and most importantly, it is so user-friendly for beginners than I FEEL good about sewing. Which leads me to use it more. Which makes me better. It's a beautifully vicious cycle.
There are some obvious things that should be noted, that will help you avoid many common problems--and many of these apply to ANY computerized machine:
1. It is a computer, first and foremost. It's not going to run like Mom's old Montgomery Ward, because that was a machine. This is a computer with machine parts attached. It's a different beast. Comparing the two types is like comparing your granddad's work truck to your neighbor's Prius.
2. It's not "flimsy" or "cheap," but it's not going to send vibrations through your table or give you hernia when you move it. It is mostly plastic, with a metal internal frame for stability. It is light, it is stable, and feels nothing like it's elders (or most expensive models). These points ended up in my favor, as those older, heftier, or more expensive types were too intimidating for someone wanting to love sewing, not develop career skills.
3. It is a computer. Computers are sensitive to being dropped, getting wet, being exposed to (or building up) heat, and to power surges. Logic must prevail; I want to ask if the people who experienced power failure with this machine had it plugged in to a surge protector. If not, that's a more likely culprit than it not being a quality machine.
4. I have made a few mistakes resulting in mystery error codes on the LED screen--the manual is only marginally helpful. The Internet, however, is a gold mine. Each and every error has been my part (not lowering the foot, trying to sew something that is too thick, not properly doing something... On my "old" machine, I wouldn't have gotten a mysterious screeching beep and flashing red light, and could have kept sewing until I realized my error. This one "locks up" as people say because the computer is designed to not let you tear the machine (or your project) up. If you don't like being corrected when you're wrong, this isn't the machine for you.
5. I did not test drive a bunch of machines before purchasing. I did look at a few hundred pictures and agonized over reviews from professionals and amatures/hobbyists. And among the people "like me," this was the best machine for me. The decorative stitches are beautiful and plentiful, but not abundantly overwhelming. It is easy for me to adjust the length of stitches. The computer tells me when the stitch I have selected needs a different foot.
The bottom line is with this computerized model, I CAN SEW what I want to sew, and learn. I did not have to learn everything first in order to use it. As for its durability, it has helped me make well over 30 thick, plump, thirsty cloth diapers and a handful of crib sheets. It also allowed me to recover a glider chair with some beautiful heavy upholstery fabric I was previously afraid to cut for fear of "screwing it up." Any machine that can give me confidence and perform consistently and reliably is a 5 star item for me.
Still have the machine. Still in love with it. I have used it to make roughly 50 cloth diaper inserts that contain 5 layers of temperamental fabric (microfiber cloth, terry cloth, fleece, and flannel, all at the same time), more sheets, and a few Pinterest t-shirt "hacks." I have mended shorts, turned old pants into shorts, and a whole bunch of other things I would have NEVER tried before. I. LOVE. THIS. MACHINE.
I use it at least once a week. Over the summer, I was using it for 3-5 hours per day a few times a week. My sewing room is actually in a bonus room/attic. In GA. It was not less than 293,372 deg F. The machine never overheated, hung up, or demanded a break. I have discovered a few traits that I do not know if they are "normal" for all machines, but I thought I'd share:
A) You really do need to have 4-6" of "lead thread" pulled out and behind the needle, kind of trailing before you start sewing. (I wish I knew the right terms.) But make sure you let the thread have a head start when you are first sewing on fabric, or else it bunches up. Badly.
B) Use the vertical spool holder if you're using spindle (not spool) thread. The machine has both. Otherwise, there's too much play/movement and it'll mess with your thread tension.
C) Get a can of compressed air. Fuzzy bits build up on the oiled parts around the needle. I also have cats, and they build up there, too :) Compressed air blows off the bits and leaves the oil alone.
D) I have broken about a dozen needles sewing thick stacks of fabric. The needles were breaking because the needle wasn't clearing the top of the stack before heading downward again. I know that is a problem unique to what I was doing, and I don't know how this compares to other machines. (On a related note, I feel like the foot system should lift up higher to accommodate "loading" thicker stacks.)
The foot pedal is very light weight and responsive, and I had a hard time figuring out proper pressure/speed... my old machine had a knee/thigh pedal, and I liked that. So, with some of those Command strips, I attached it to the leg of my sewing table so I can use my knee. LOVE IT.
Though the machine shows no sign of needing it, I have heard that having it "tuned up" once per year as preventative care is important. I have this planned for April. I'll update more then!
I use mine mostly for sewing linen and lightweight wool, but my friend who often works in heavier brocade says it handles thicker fabric beautifully. I've used this machine for everything from hemming silk chiffon and appliquing lace to zigzagging wool rag rugs together, and it has never misbehaved or had a single tension problem. My one complaint might be that the "free arm" is a bit wide for garment sewing, since the machine was designed for quilters. It was alarming to switch from an ancient Singer that I could field-strip to a more computerized model, but I'm glad I did this is a fantastic machine at a great price.