The Singer 7258 stylist computerized sewing machine is my favorite sewing machine, and apparently, others think so too. This machine has twice won the Consumers Digest Award and has received Best Buy merit special attention from consumers.
The Singer 7258 Stylist allows me the freedom to create whatever I can imagine.
It won these awards based on performance, ease-of-use, quality of construction, features, warranty, efficiency, maintenance and service requirements, and style. On all of these points, I cannot disagree that this is an excellent machine all around.
This machine has several features that take it above and beyond what one would expect, even from a quality name like Singer.
Who Is This Machine For?
FEATURES: SINGER 7258 REVIEW
This machine is on the high-end of the machines built for the beginner sewer. It has several features that put it into the next category such as the ability to do high-speed sewing, and double needle capability.
It has a few more stitches than the lower end machine but is not over-the-top with too many choices and features that would hardly ever get used.
The Singer 7258 Stylist Computerized Sewing Machine is a versatile machine that can do a little more than many machines on the lower end of the price range. It has nine basics stitches, eight stretch stitches, 76 decorative stitches, and seven fully automatic buttonhole features.
This allows you to do anything you can think of on this machine from fashion sewing to quilting, to heirloom, crafts, and home decorating.
Aside from the built-in features, this machine comes with a variety of different presser foot attachments. Among its attachments include a stippling, darning, and freehand embroidery, allowing you to expand the capabilities of the machine as far as your imagination can go.
You can also purchase heavy-duty needles and quilting needles. A hard storage case is also available, which makes transport easy and keeps the machine dust free.
With a name like Singer behind it, you know that this is a machine that will last for a very long time. The Singer Company has been making sewing machines for over 150 years, and many of their antique machines are still in service.
You know that if you have a Singer, then you have a machine that will probably be passed down through the generations.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Q. How often does this machine jam?
A. Singer has a jam-proof bobbin system with a clear cover that ensures smooth, quiet operation without jams. You can constantly monitor the thread supply.
Q. Does this machine have an autopilot?
A. One of the great features of this machine is that it has electronic speed control. You can operate the machine and control the speed without the use of the foot controller. This is great when you are doing intricate projects.
Q. How easy is it to select stitches?
A. Another great feature of this machine is that it has push-button stitch selection, making changing stitches easy, even for a beginner.
Final Verdict: Signer 7258
Overall, I am pleased with the Singer 7258 Stylist Computerized Sewing Machine. This is a great machine for many types of sewing and crafting. The function that I like the most is the ability to control the speed with a button on the machine itself, instead of the foot pedal.
This machine is speedy and can really push the fabric if you want it to. All around, I think this is a great machine for beginners or even those who sew semi-professionally.
It has all of the standard features that you need, but not a lot of extra that you don’t. It works flawlessly, as long as you keep the dust from the bobbin area. I am pleased with this machine.
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