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  • Stacy Landry

    Singer Curvy Machine 8763 from @fabricdotcom The Singer 8763 Curvy sewing machine boasts 30 built-in stitches including two fully automatic one-step buttonholes, adjustable stitch length and width, and Drop & Sew bobbin system. The SwiftSmart threading system with automatic needle threader will make threading your machine extremely easy and frustration-free. Popular quilting stitches and an extra-high presser foot lifter allows for expert quilting. Three StayBright LED lights keep your sewing space illuminated.
    FEATURES:

  • 30 Built-In Stitches
  • 2 Fully Automatic 1-Step Buttonholes
  • Drop & Sew Bobbin System
  • Class 15J Bobbins
  • SwiftSmart Threading System
  • Push Button Stitch Selection
  • Adjustable Stitch Length & Width
  • Heavy Duty Metal Frame
  • 25 Year Limited Warranty
  • 120 volts/15 Watt
  • This machine does not conform to International electronic codes. Warranty is voided outside the US.

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    350$ Amazon.com: SINGER 8770 Curvy 225-Stitch (ABC) Computerized Sewing Machine: Arts, Crafts & Sewing

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    My grandma had one of these in her home in India and my mom used to sew her own clothes on it when she was little. If she still has it, I want to ship it to America to keep at home in my room.

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