Home Sewing Machines

Home Sewing Machines are also classified according to the functions and facilities available. On this, the sewing machines are of 4 types.

  • Manual Sewing Machine
  • Electric Sewing Machine
  • Computerized Sewing Machine
  • Over Locker Sewing Machine​

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Singer
Brother
Bernina
Viking
PFAFF

Manual Sewing Machines

Manual sewing machines are the most basic type of sewing machine. They don’t require electric power to run them. Although these have lesser features compared to electronic and computerized sewing machines, but they are the most used sewing machines because of their durability.

These are available as vintage models. They require more physical work from the user. These have a wheel in the side and a foot pedal. The user uses the foot pedal to run the machine. These are made up of metals. They can sew all materials, but they are better suited to light and medium weight materials.

Electric Sewing Machines

An Electronic sewing machine has a single motor. This motor gives power to the needle. They have an electronic foot pedal. The speed of the machine can be controlled by putting pressure on the electronic foot pedal. The user can control the fabrics with both the hands.

There is a dial in the side of the electronic sewing machine which controls the types of stitch and length. Some electronic sewing machine also contains automatic tension setting, automatic thread cutter and automatic button hole stitch. These can perform a variety of stitches. They can sew multiple fabrics and broad volume of stitch patterns.

Computerized Sewing Machines

These type of machines are for advance needs. They don’t contain dials and buttons. They also LED display or LCD display or large touch screen. These have a vast number of functions. The basic computerized sewing machines can remember few previous sewing projects and can automatically set the tension. The more advanced computerised sewing machines can sew the complex embroidery stitches.
The basic computerized sewing machines can remember few previous sewing projects and can automatically set the tension. The more advanced computerised sewing machines can sew the complex embroidery stitches.
These machines also have USB ports available, so that the user can create their designs on a computer and then link it to the machine. Then they can set their personalized pattern. Some more advanced computerised sewing machines also remember previous projects and also downloads patterns from the internet. These machines are more costly than manual and electronic sewing machines. Still they are being used because they can sew all types of materials and
These machines are more costly than manual and electronic sewing machines. Still they are being used because they can sew all types of materials and in a faster rate.

Over-Locker Sewing Machines

These type of machines sew over the edge of one two pieces of cloth for edging, hemming or seaming. They automatically cut the edges and sew. The cutters present in overlock machines allows these machines to create thickened seams easily and quickly. These are also called sergers in North America. Some machines are also available without cutters. These machines run at a high speed from 1000-9000 rpm. These are mostly used in industries for edging hemming and seaming.

These are also called sergers in North America. Some machines are also available without cutters. These machines run at a high speed from 1000-9000 rpm. These are mostly used in industries for edging hemming and seaming.

These machines have fewer functions than sewing machines. They use 2-9 threads and multiple needles to create an overcast stitch. They are an addition to regular sewing machines, not a replacement. They are used for decorations, overlocking, and is also called overedging, merrowing.

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