For Quilters and Crafters
The Singer Stylist 9960, with its huge number of features and accessories, will keep most intermediate and advanced sewers busy trying them—for a long, long time. And those who love this machine really love it.
The Singer Stylist 9960 has an incredible number of features, more than most higher priced computerized sewing machines. However, some owners have had problems with the features on this machine, and Singer’s consumer service is not always responsive.
Leah Day, with her laid back no-stress style of teaching, will have you free motion quilting (with no fear) in no time at all. She even includes dozens of free motion designs to use in your projects. You’ll learn independent, stacking, pivoting, echoing and branching stitches and how to use them in your creative projects. Take advantage of this opportunity to learn free motion quilting now…
That having been said, with all of the features offered by the Singer Stylist 9960 Quantum, the sewing machine almost sews by itself. And you would be hard pressed to find a machine in this price range that will compete with the Singer Stylist 9960.
Singer Stylist 9960 Features
Most sewers will find that the Singer Stylist 9960 has more features than they will ever use. In fact, you can easily use this machine to quilt, for crafts and for general sewing.
Here are some of its many features:
- Extra wide extension table – for quilting and other large projects.
- 600 stitches – includes 4 font sizes for letters and numbers (monograms).
- 850 stitches per minute
- Lights – There are 2 Staybright lights to make your sewing area brighter.
- LCD screen – the brightness can be adjusted.
- Automatic everything – automatic needle threader (cuts both the upper and lower threads), auto pilot, automatic speed control, automatic tension, automatic thread cutter and auto needle up/down.
- Weight – around 26 pounds, which is a little heavy for some people to carry around.
- Stitch reference chart – located conveniently inside the lid. This is a handy visual reference when you are deciding on which stitch to use.
- Warnings – I love this one. If there is an error, you’ll get an animated warning on the LCD screen and the machine will also give you a warning that you can hear—just in case you’re not watching the screen.
- Extra high foot lifter – for multiple layers of fabric. This is nice for assembling quilts.
- 25 needle positions – I guess I’m old fashioned, but I haven’t figured out what to do with all these, yet…
- Drop feed – for quilting, free hand sewing, darning and anytime that you want to sew a pattern that is not a straight line.
Take Free Motion Quilting to the Next Level!
This video course by Patsy Thompson is for quilters who have some experience. Patsy will share her signature hyperquilting technique and show you how to incorporate trapunto into your projects. This excellent video course will definitely take your quilting to another level and you will be producing outstanding and very creative projects that are out of this world beautiful! Sign up for Patsy’s free motion quilting course now…
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