The Singer made the first practical sewing machine in the world. It was developed by Isaac Singer in the 1850s after John Lerow and Orson Phelps started a prototype machine.
In 1851, the Singer brand was introduced into the United States and after two years, Singer and Company became the leading manufacturer and marketer of sewing equipment in the country. In 1855, it became the world’s largest sewingmachine manufacturing company. Until today, Singer continues to be a name of legacy, high-standards, innovation, and elegance when in comes to sewing machines, no matter how many new brand names come up in the industry.
With Singer, you can start on variety when it comes to choosing the right model for you. There are embroidery machines, commercial ones, electronic, and compact sewing machines. For every type of sewing machine, you have a model that would fit a sophisticated design and also a traditional one for sewing machines.
If you want a fast performing machine then you can go for the Singer electronic sewing equipment which has some of these user-friendly features: automatic needle threader, programmable needle that goes up and down as you sew, and the multiple automatic one-step buttonholes. These models also exude the modernist design.
You are also given some economical choices for machines such as Pixie, Inspiration, and Prelude models. They also have the durable metal frame with automatic functions on buttonholes and needle threading. With any Singer machine, you will never run out of choices. And you don’t need any assurance of quality. Its legacy of quality and elegance tells it all.