Singer Simple 23-Stitch Sewing Machine 2263
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Learning to sew is fun and easy when you start with the Singer Simple 23-Stitch Sewing Machine 2263. This product is designed specifically for first-timer sewers and offers all the foundational features you need to get off to a positive and productive start. Featuring 23 different kinds of stitching patterns, the Singer Simple sewing machine 2263 is designed to let your creativity shine. It comes with an accessory package that includes friction-free spool holders, transparent bobbins, different needles suited for different kinds of fabric, a dust cover and a link brush cleaner for easy maintenance. This lightweight sewing machine is compact and requires little space for use or storage. It features a slide-off extension table for free-arm sewing. The dials of the Singer Simple 23-Stitch Sewing Machine 2263 are marked for easy and quick identification and use. Automatic 4-step buttonhole and adjustable stitch length and width features are also included.
Singer Simple 23-Stitch Sewing Machine 2263:
- 23 stitch patterns including a four-step buttonhole
- Stitch width and length adjustment
- Automatic needle threader
- Feed cover for quick and easy darning or free-motion stitching
- Free arm with accessory storage
- Three snap-on feet included
- Easy bobbin winding
- Horizontal threading
- Lightweight sewing machine includes friction-free spool holders, transparent bobbins, different needles suited for different kinds of fabric, a dust cover and a link brush cleaner
- Compact design
- Requires little space for use or storage
- Comes with quick-start guide, instruction manual and machine intro DVD
- Easy-to-use Singer Simple sewing machine 2263
- Would make a great gift for a beginner
|Auto Buttonholer:||1 4-step buttonhole|
|Built In Stitches:||23|
|Auto Needle Threader:||Y|
|Drop In Bobbin:||N|
|Built In Embroidery Design:||N|
|Multi Pack Indicator:||No|
|Shipping Weight (in pounds):||4.76|
|Product in Inches (L x W x H):||15.0 x 7.0 x 12.0|
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Q. When I try to thread the bobbin on top, the thread winds OK but bunches up and tangles. Why won't it wind the thread evenly and smoothly as shown in
- I would try a new bobbin, and I would pull out the little DVD that comes with the machine if you still have it, and watch it while slowly threading it.by Sashanichole4/10/2015Was this answer helpful? (2) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- Have you tried using your index finger as more of a guide to keep the bobbin thread smooth? I often do, just move your index finger up and down slightly as the bobbin is being filled.by lovespugs710/22/2015Was this answer helpful? (5) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- This is a recurring problem with the model. The only thing you can do is take it back.by kiarakitty10/31/2015Was this answer helpful? (6) (2)Was this answer helpful?
- I had this happen to me a couple times shortly after I got mine as well. I ultimately discovered that it was caused by a build up of lint down in the bobbin area. So now everytime I have to refill or change the bobbin, I remove the parts (they snap in and out quite easily) and clean out all the dust. I've had it since mother's day 2010 and haven't had the problem now in over a year.by mndjhrmn8/8/2015Was this answer helpful? (7) (1)Was this answer helpful?
- I took a sharp knife and slid it under the material - cutting the threads that were jamming together under the plate. Of course this risks cutting the fabric itself, so be careful. This happened within 45 minutes of using the machine and I was confused because it kept happening With the fabric out of the way, I could - with patience - remove the strands A clerk at the quilting store near me suggested polyester thread and I've not had a problem since.by 12312312318/8/2015Was this answer helpful? (6) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- Try removing the bobbin AND the entire bobbin casing (slide the small black arms outwards to allow removal of casing). Make sure to observe the setup before you disassemble, so that you remember how to put things back correctly, though it's fairly straight forward. Also, the casing is lubricated, so have a rag nearby to set it on so you don't get grease on your fabric. I had the same problem, and after removing and re-inserting these parts was able to manually turn the wheel to remove the threads. (Remember to secure the bobbin/ casing in place with the black arms before proceeding.) Once I started again, there were no problems. the machine may have gotten jammed from initially turning the hand wheel counterclockwise too much after the bobbin was in....not sure Also, i read online to make sure the bobbin casing is well lubricated. Hope this helps!by charmcitygirl1010/20/2015Was this answer helpful? (11) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- The Singer 2263 is made for use in North America if purchased there. The wiring is designed for the 110V home wiring that is used in the US and Canada. Even though the plug style is the same in N. American and the Philippines, the voltage is not and the machine will be damaged if pluged in with out a transformer. Also, if you take the machine out of the country it will void your warrantee. It is recommended that if you intend to use a sewing machine in another country, you purchase your machine there.by An anonymous customer12/30/2014Written by a verified representative fromWas this answer helpful? (1) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- not unless you have a transformer that will change the power to run 110.by sunnypm12/30/2014Was this answer helpful? (1) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- Yes, it can be used there.by CommunityAnswer9/2/2015Was this answer helpful? (0) (1)Was this answer helpful?