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What kind of sewing machine could I get?

When I was about 12-14 I started sewing with my grandma. We made everything from pants to large quilts.

I learned on a couple different machines, but favored her antique Singer Featherweight because it was so simple, unlike the modern machines that were electric and hard to re-thread.

I have pretty much lost most of my sewing knowledge, but I can catch on to things fast when re-introduced.

I want something light, that won’t take up a lot of space, and is pretty basic and easy to repair. I also want something within a reasonable price range. Any suggestions?

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6 Responses to “What kind of sewing machine could I get?”

  1. Rebecca says:

    I prefer my Brother Innov-is 900d.

    I can do anything with this machine (sew, quilt, and embroidery)! It’s easy to thread, which I’m grateful for now that my dexterity and eyesight isn’t what it used to be. Problems are easy to fix when and if it EVER has one. Parts are also easy to come by too.

    The price averages around $ 500, but when you don’t have any problems with it for over 5 years it’s worth it!

    If you need tips to get back into the swing of things check out

  2. Max Schnell says:

    Look for a used, all mechanical machine without all the electronic gizmos. We have 5 machines here and the new ones are always going in the shop for repairs. Old ones keep on chugging.

    Featherweights have gotten pretty expensive, but you can find them for $ 200-300. An older Viking, Singer, Elna, etc. you could probably get for less than $ 100.

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