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Multi function sewing machine - £29.99 @ Aldi
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Multi function sewing machine - £29.99 @ Aldi

£29.99Aldi Deals
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Posted 31st Oct
Good quality sewing machine with all the bells and whistles - including multiple stitches etc. The nearest competitor at HobbyCraft would set you back at least £50
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The opinions seam to be sew sew on this one...?
_P1531/10/2019 09:21

🔥 Might be a cheap make, but good as a starter for young teens who's …🔥 Might be a cheap make, but good as a starter for young teens who's taken an interest in DIY sewing.


There is nothing good about it

I bought this with the same intention but all it did was frustrate and hinder any learning

Every 2 seconds the cotton kept getting stuck in the teeth of the mechanism

It will put anyone off

Spend a little more and get something that at least does what it's meant to
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Looks like a good price so heat added.
🔥 Might be a cheap make, but good as a starter for young teens who's taken an interest in DIY sewing.
Edited by: "_P15" 31st Oct
Very tempted
_P1531/10/2019 09:21

🔥 Might be a cheap make, but good as a starter for young teens who's …🔥 Might be a cheap make, but good as a starter for young teens who's taken an interest in DIY sewing.


There is nothing good about it

I bought this with the same intention but all it did was frustrate and hinder any learning

Every 2 seconds the cotton kept getting stuck in the teeth of the mechanism

It will put anyone off

Spend a little more and get something that at least does what it's meant to
Can someone put a person with it so I can see the size please
mymymy31/10/2019 09:37

Can someone put a person with it so I can see the size please



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The opinions seam to be sew sew on this one...?
sounds like a stitch up to me. Shame as my 10 year old would love sewing things together... any recommendations on a good cheap starter for a child... don't want to waste a stack of money incas it's one of those things that just sits in a cupboard.

Thinking I have so many old clothes that she could have to cut up and make her own things.. she would love it.
Reviews aren't good but voted hot for making the effort to post the deal
Sound.as.a.£31/10/2019 10:51

sounds like a stitch up to me. Shame as my 10 year old would love sewing …sounds like a stitch up to me. Shame as my 10 year old would love sewing things together... any recommendations on a good cheap starter for a child... don't want to waste a stack of money incas it's one of those things that just sits in a cupboard.Thinking I have so many old clothes that she could have to cut up and make her own things.. she would love it.


I would look into Facebook sales - they do come up with some decent used ones for around £20, £30 or £50 - depending on the features you want. You could always haggle too
krishhh31/10/2019 10:53

I would look into Facebook sales - they do come up with some decent used …I would look into Facebook sales - they do come up with some decent used ones for around £20, £30 or £50 - depending on the features you want. You could always haggle too


Are their particular models and brands aimed at kids specifically?
Sound.as.a.£31/10/2019 10:53

Are their particular models and brands aimed at kids specifically?


There are a few ones aimed at kids - but, I do particularly hate the pinkiness made out in them.. There's also small ones that you can buy from Amazon for around £20. We've got one - and, it is actually not too bad to begin with - very portable - but doesn't have multi stitch, back stitch etc.. which makes the need for an upgrade soon.
Edited by: "krishhh" 31st Oct
I have one but it's not worth £30. I paid about half in 2008?. It's working, sometimes it's clogs itself. I would advise to buy proper plastic thread.
I saw few blankets togheter and etc things. It's fine.
eBay is full of these mini machines. You can get a buyer's remorse for little more than a tenner. They vibrate more than full sized ones making sewing more of a chore. Fine for small repairs but even youngsters will do better with a full sized machine.
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