For beginners who want to do simple tasks like home decorating (curtains, pillows, duvet covers) you can opt for the economical Sewing Machine since it’s very easy to learn. On the other hand, if you are already competent in sewing then you can go for the Sewing and Embroidery combo. What’s great about these computerized machines is that they are Windows 98, NT, 2000, ME and XP compatible. Basic features include one to six styles of buttonholes, automatic thread exchanger and programmable needle- needle up/needle down. If you want something that is lightweight, portable and is loaded with features found in full size machines, you may want to buy the Pixie Compact Sewing Machine that comes 4 stitch patterns, built-in accessory storage and top drop-in bobbin. If you are a little tight on your budget then you may want to look at the Singer’s refurbished machines. Don’t worry because they come with a warranty and they have gone through inspection and technical adjustments so you can still be assured you get the quality that Singer is famous for.
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Sunday, January 10, 2010
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