Wednesday, February 13, 2013
It's sew good at Lincraft
Have you ever wanted to sew your own clothes or other fabric projects, but baulk at the cost of getting a sewing machine and the hassle of borrowing one?
Well until Sunday 17 February at Lincraft, the Singer Simple 3221 sewing machine, its introductory model, is $179. That seems like a pretty hefty saving to me; it's usually $300.
The machine comes with 21 inbuilt stitches, an automatic needle threader (which is great, because one of the most annoying things I recall about my childhood attempts at sewing was figuring out how to thread the damn thing), adjustable stitch length and a one-step buttonhole function.
It also comes with a three-year warranty and a bonus instructional DVD.