One of the reasons this machine has become so popular is because users can choose to plug in a foot pedal or operate the sewing machine completely on auto pilot.
The convenience of a ready, visible stitch reference chart is a lot easier than having to pan through a screen of stitches on the digital information panel, though that is available on a clear back-lit LCD screen, too, for those who prefer it.
This machine provides convenience, from automatically winding bobbins to making buttonholes easy. Its feed dog system, which has four segments to accurately move fabric along, and its presser foot lifter, which is extra high to allow for bulkier layers of fabric, provide a smooth journey to a pleasing finished project. This includes four different alphanumeric fonts and 13 one-touch automatic button holes.
The Michley LSS 202 sewing machine takes modern technical precision and experiments with letting it steady a sewing hand.
Additionally, where the Singer model’s stitches can be selected one after another using the circular dial, the LSS 202 sewing machine toggles between stitches via its front stitch panel and LED display. It’s a small difference, but one that makes it more modern.
Casual sewers and those who rely on their beginner sewing machines for their income can both enjoy the performance and features of the Singer 9960, and newcomers to the world of sewing can easily launch into a project with this model.