- Automatic needle up in stop position
- Needle down button
- Low bobbin indicator
- Automatic needle threader that works, because some don't
- On screen stitch selection
- Thread cutter
November 8, 2016
BLOGLIKECRAZY 2016 Day 8: I Am Sooooo Spoiled...
...whenever I need to work on a heavy project (denim, layers of wool, etc.) I pull out my Singer 5803C manufactured circa 1960, in Brazil. At least that's what Mr. Doyle Baggett (sewing machine repairman extraordinaire) told me. I purchased the machine for $35 when Hancock Fabrics was selling refurbished machines one time. Wish I had bought at least one more, but where in the world do I think I would put all of these machines??? All it needed was a needle screw, which Mr. Baggett dug around in his machine accessories and found for me. "This is a really good heavy duty portable that will give you years of service if you keep it oiled", said Mr. Baggett. And indeed it has!
...last night while sitting under the hair dryer conditioning my hair (I would have much rather been sewing ya'll) I entertained myself ...
...Sewing information and tutorials that recently caught my eye: An interesting conversation about choosing the correct pattern size, from...