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Singer SES1000 All-in-One Sewing, Embroidery, & Serging Machine with Bonus Software

$799.00 $1,499.0
+ Free Shipping
Expires: 12/09/12

About this Deal

The Singer SES-1000 is an amazing embroidery, sewing and serging machine; with an amazing BONUS! Software and Accessory Package.
The BONUS! Package comes with Auto Punch Embroidery Software (Converts an image into an embroidery design; lets you use clip art, scanned figures or images), HyperFont Embroidery Software (Lets you convert True-Type fonts (available on your PC) into embroidery), Auto Cross-Stitch Embroidery Software (Lets you transfer embroidery designs into handsewn cross-stitch look-alikes), PhotoStitch Embroidery Software (Lets you convert a photo image into embroidery using cross stitches)

5 Hemstitch Needles, 2 Twin Needles, Lock Cutter (serge) Attachment, Even Feed Foot, Teflon Foot, Roller Foot, Embroidery/Darning Foot, Gathering Foot, Pintuck Foot, Cording Foot, Open Toe Foot, 1/4" Foot, Invisible Zipper Foot, Rolled Hem Foot, Ready, Set, Sew DVD and Basic Tips for Successful Machine Embroidery DVD.

There are 24 stitch Patterns Built-In that offers almost endless possibilities; includes 2 types of 1-step button holes, handsewn quilt stitch, button sewing and a variety of quilt, heirloom and decorative stitches. Drop and Sew Top Drop-In Bobbin with specially designed thread track and new needleplate - an exclusive bobbin threading system; just drop in the bobbin and sew. The Automatic Needle Threader makes it a breeze to thread the needle.

The Computerized Embroidery Unit lets you harness the power of your computer and the Internet to access and use a variety of embroidery designs; you can combine, rotate, resize and manipulate designs; you can colorize the design to visualize and determine the best combination of fabric and threads.

The Lock Cutter Attachment saves time by trimming excess fabric from the seam allowance as you sew.
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