Which one is the right one for you?
Are you in the market for a new sewing machine or just curious about what’s out there now?
There’s a sewing machine for everyone, whether you’re a beginner, someone with more advanced sewing skills,
or a vintage-lover at heart. Here we take a look at three different sewing machines
that will work for who you are and what you want to sew.
Singer Inspiration 4205
By Natalie Zee Drieu, Associate Editor
Sewing can’t get any easier than with the new
Inspiration line of sewing machines from Singer,
perfect for any beginner or for those who just want
a good, basic machine. This sewing machine comes
with everything you need to get up and running as
soon as you take it out of the box.
My favorite touches are the improvements that
make a sewer’s life easier. First, the drop-in bobbin
is a miracle — no more wasted time fussing to make
sure it’s in right. Next, the large reverse stitch button
lets you keep your eyes focused on your sewing, not
searching for a tiny button. I also love the LED light
because it’s bright enough to see your work clearly,
doesn’t get hot, and feels easy on the eyes, even
after a few hours of sewing.
Speaking of which, this sewing machine sews like
a dream. I like to sew fast, and the foot pedal lets
you easily control how fast or slow your stitches
run. This Singer lets you spend more time sewing, rather than wasting time setting everything up,
especially between stitches. Any sewer, beginner
to advanced, will fall in love with this machine.
Photography by Meiko Arquillos