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DIY projects with Singer sewing machines

Whether it’s upcycling a thrift find, creating your own curtains from scratch, or just fixing an old pair of jeans, knowing how to sew can really come in handy. It’s an exciting way to explore your own creativity, save some serious cash, and even tackle all those quirky and complicated DIY projects you find on Pinterest, no sweat. There’s just one problem: sewing by hand is time-consuming and sewing machines are expensive.

Rather than wallowing in despair because you can’t afford that $2,500 Janome Skyline machine, start with something that won’t break the bank, but will still get the job done – like these refurbished Singer machines.

Restored to work as good as new, these Singer sewing machines are on sale for as low as $60. Plus, there’s a machine for everyone – from total beginner to DIY god.VS Sewing machine

 DIY projects with Singer sewing machines

Perfect for total sewing noobs, the Start™ 1304 sewing machine takes the guesswork out of basic things like stitch length and width. With six pre-programmed basic stitches to choose from, you simply just turn a dial and get to sewing. There’s also an easy four-step buttonhole feature and a removable storage compartment that exposes a free arm for hemming. You won’t be able to do anything super extravagant with this machine, but for quick fixes and simple sewing, it gets the job done easily and efficiently. It’s usually $119.99, but you can get the SINGER® Start™ 1304 machine

For the more ambitious beginner or basic hobbyist, the Promise™ 1512 features 14 pre-programmed stitches you can easily select from the turn of a dial. You’ll also get the four-step buttonhole feature and removable storage compartment, plus a built-in thread cutter and adjustable stitch length for customizing the appearance. Originally retailing for $129.99, it’s currently 33% off