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Sew Amazing Sewing Station Machine

Is $ 55.00

Sew Amazing Sewing Station Machine

Get kids started in the creative craft of sewing with this Sew Amazing Sewing Station Machine. The perfect starter sewing machine for kids, this encourages children to get inspired from a young age and discover how to develop sewing skills early. They'll be all set to unleash their creativity and develop their hand-eye coordination.

Creative kids will be able to make and customise their own clothes, accessories and household items. Using a sewing machine means that fabric-sewn items can be created in no time, with the machine on hand to speed things up.

This machine is safe for children aged six years and over. The machine is mains or battery operated, has two speed settings, a foot pedal control and upper and lower threads.

  • Machine size: 20 x 19.5 x 12.5cm (7.9 x 7.7 x 4.9 inches)
  • Includes a starter sewing machine, foot pedal, mains adaptor, full instructions, accessories tin, a measuring tape, a spare machine needle, a needle threader, three bobbins, three spools, a thimble, two sewing needles and eight headed pins
  • Can be mains or battery operated
  • Features two speed settings, a foot pedal control and upper and lower threads
  • Helps to develop creativity and hand-eye coordination
  • Suitable for ages six years and over
  • Perfect for getting children started in sewing

Sew Amazing Sewing Station Machine

Product Number - 6495711000

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Daughter loves this [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] My daughter absolutely loves this it's great for her , she has had so much fun making things for herself it keeps her busy and she loves it I would definitely recommend this for anyone
Date published: 2021-09-23
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not good [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I have to say I’m pretty disappointed with this, I had high hopes but unfortunately it is just not very good. It is quite lightweight and small which isn’t necessarily a problem but it makes it so fiddly to thread and prepare for use. It got worse because the eye of the needle was pointing the wrong way around, side to side rather than front to back, I took the needle out to change it but found that it must be meant to be that way (doesn’t make sense to me and didn’t reflect the picture in the instructions) because there was one flat edge so it couldn’t go in any other way and the spares were all the same. Unfortunately I couldn’t get the needle back in properly, even after trying over and over again for about 15 minutes. So as it stands we haven’t been able to use the machine yet because I can’t get the needle back in. Maybe I’m missing something but I’ve followed the instructions to the letter. Beyond that I have to say that in 2021 I’m a bit disappointed with the branding, all pink, white and purple, even down to the thread provided, because sewing is for girls? What about girls who like other colours? What about boys who might want to sew? Do we really have to have it all quite so blatantly gendered? Why not just have it neutral?
Date published: 2021-09-07
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