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Hobbycraft mini sewing machine £16.50 + £4.50 delivery (free delivery over £20)
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Hobbycraft mini sewing machine £16.50 + £4.50 delivery (free delivery over £20)

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Posted 31st Mar

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Upgrade from fiddly hand-sewing to the quick and efficient Mini Sewing Machine! Ideal as a first sewing machine, this compact and robust machine is perfect for small projects and quick repairs. You'll be able to create brand new garments, upcycle old clothes and sew up any tears in no time with this fantastic compact machine.

The mini machine features speed controls, allowing you to adapt the rate to suit your projects. There is a slow speed for delicate sewing or small sections and a faster speed to allow you to work quickly on larger areas.

The machine comes pre-threaded and ready to use; simply plug it into the mains or use four AA batteries to get started. You'll also be able to transport this handy machine anywhere thanks to its lightweight, small construction!

This is perfect for beginners looking to try their hand at a new hobby and for lighter sewing, quick-fix jobs!

Size: 20 x 17.5 cm (7.9 x 6.9 inches)
Box includes:mini sewing machine, four bobbins, needle, threader, foot pedal, mains powered adapter and instructions.

Mains or battery powered, takes four AA batteries (not included)
Foot pedal for easy control
Durable chain lock stitch
Built-in bobbin winding facility
Ideal for beginners
This machine has a one year manufacturer's guarantee
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We bought our children one of these each as a starter machine. They are pretty much a waste of money and are more like a toy. They jam really easily and were frustrating to use. The money would be best put towards a decent budget machine for about £60.
Edited by: "awwyesh" 31st Mar
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It has been £15 before, but £16.50 is not a bad price.
Edited by: "kriss57" 31st Mar
I would dispute that these are "ideal for beginners". They are actually harder to handle than a decent full sized machine as they rattle a lot and are less stable. Fine for a quick repair job if you know your way around a sewing machine already but not much more than that.
We bought our children one of these each as a starter machine. They are pretty much a waste of money and are more like a toy. They jam really easily and were frustrating to use. The money would be best put towards a decent budget machine for about £60.
Edited by: "awwyesh" 31st Mar
I agree with the comments above, got one a few years back, repeatedly jammed, put back in box and left it there!
Absolutely not fit for the purpose, returned it and got refund, assistant looked like she’d seen it all before
Had the same experience as everyone else with hobbycraft machines, the phone support staff weren't surprised either, sounds like most of these machines end up returned
Don’t waste your money. Bought one for my daughter years ago. Instantly jammed, returned to store where the assistant said they get loooooads returned and they aren’t fit for purpose.
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You won’t mend anything with this. You’d be better off with a needle and thread!
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