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ImGrumpy 106 65 April 18, 2016 at 10:14 AM in Sewing (8) More Amazon Deals
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Promoted 04-20-2016 by Discombobulated at 05:20 AM View Original Post
Amazon.com has Singer Start Free Arm Sewing Machine w/ 6 Built-In Stitches (1304) on sale for $59.99. Shipping is free. Thanks ImGrumpy

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Our research indicates that this Singer Start Free Arm Sewing Machine w/ 6 Built-In Stitches is $10 lower (14% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices ranging from $70.

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The Singer Start Free Arm Sewing Machine features an easy threading system and built in 6 stitches (straight, zigzag, satin, blind hem, scallop, buttonhole) Great for beginners and hobbyists; enough features to get their creativity off the ground - Discombobulated

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Edited April 19, 2016 at 10:13 PM by annie930ny
This is a BASIC free arm sewing machine on sale from Amazon for $59.99. Free shipping with Prime.

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00VV4ZW...merReviews

Lowest price I could find recently. This machine doesn't do anything fancy. It sews with only 6 built-in stitches; Straight, zigzag, satin, blind hem, scallop, buttonhole. But, it is good for beginners to learn on as is less complicted and does everything a beginner would need. Would also make a great graduation gift to take to college. For those who predominately want to have machine to mend things, make simple things like curtains or simple halloween costumes or pillows, the machine works without having to deal with all the fancy overkill of many machines.

Currently showing $70 at Walmart. $78.75 at Sears/Kmart
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Thanks OP!! I went to JoAnn Fabric and they price matched!
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YAY for Price Match bounce
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#6
Is this just Amazon's regular price, or some sort of time-limited "sale"?
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For this price, all amazon customers can get free shipping.
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http://www.amazon.com/Brother-XL2...83GFND4TDY

Easily a better machine for an extra $20
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Quote from DCMetroTastic View Post :
http://www.amazon.com/Brother-XL2...83GFND4TDY [amazon.com]

Easily a better machine for an extra $20
That's 33% more. Any advice on why I should go for it?
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My 98 year old grandmother does not approve.
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My 98 year old grandmother does not approve.
laugh out loud
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That's 33% more. Any advice on why I should go for it?
25 stitches vs. 6

The best deal is to get a pre 1970 sewing machine from a garage sale for like $5 laugh out loud those will never age, because they're very durable.
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That's 33% more. Any advice on why I should go for it?
Singer USED to be amazing. Find one of these badboys (http://lofiland.com/omg/sew/singer66w1.jpg) and you'll be set for life. Saving that, the new Singer line is more about convenience (i.e. ease of transport from the closet to the table) rather than using the bulk metal of the old machines that were built into tables to make storing them simple. The new Singer line took it to heart a little too hard and ended up with a lot more plastic than steel leading to a much flimsier product. That being said, aside from the 6 basic stitches, there's limitations on what it can actually do (i.e. you can't punch through denim without breaking the needle or the wheel) versus the Brother. A comparable Singer would be the Heavy-duty line.
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My mom bought 3 different Singers in 2014 only to return them all because the bobbins' thread would just clump up under the fabric so none of the stitches held. She bought 2 Brothers in 2015 and they're still working fine.
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I just need this to taper my jeans (say "no" to boot cut). Is this machine strong enough for the job? I wouldn't be working with thin fabrics like a lot of the reviewers seem to be doing (curtains/pillow cases).
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