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Singer Sewing Machines
The Origin Of Singer Sewing Machines
Isaac Singer built a useful sewing machine in 1850. It had many of the features we take for granted today. The needle was straight instead of curved. Fabric was fed using a presser foot and feed wheel. Power came from a foot treadle instead of a hand crank so both hands could be used to guide the fabric.
A Singer sewing machine is available for all types of people. Those who are new to sewing and expert sewists will find one that's just right for their needs. Many people still have their first Singer sewing machine. In fact, there are more people who own a Singer sewing machine than all other brands combined.
Singer has led the way with new ideas over the years. The world's first zig-zag sewing machine was a Singer. So was the first electronic sewing machine. Today Singer makes the world's most advanced sewing and embroidery machine for home use.
The product range is large. There are mechanical machines, electronic machines and computerized sewing machines that have ports to connect to a personal computer. Combo packs include embroidery design collections, sergers and even dress forms all at low discount prices. Looking for a rugged sewing machine? Take your pick among the many heavy duty and commercial grade products available.
Sewing Machines Plus is an authorized stocking e-tailer of Singer sewing machines. We have more than 40 years experience meeting sewing needs. We are also the most complete source for service, help and supplies. Give us a call! We'll help you select the Singer sewing machine with all the features you want and need.