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9340 | SIGNATURE™

Makes creating projects a breeze


The SINGER® SIGNATURE™ computerized sewing machine boasts great features including programmable needle up/down for quilting and appliqué, drop feed for free motion sewing, four memory modules, stitch elongation and mirror imagingallowing for unprecedented project customization. The automatic needle threader, top drop-in bobbin with clear view cover, automatic stitch width & length, automatic tension and extension table keep you sewing with minimal interruptions. The electronic auto pilot and speed control allow you to sew without the use of a foot controller, making creating projects a breeze. The one touch electronic thread cutter provides the perfect finish to your projects with no cleanup!

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What others are saying.
Oh my.... don't tell my family!!
Dawn Ahner | August 07, 2012
Overall Rating
Pros:
Good Value, Easy To Use, Simple For Novices!
Cons:
Maybe The Instruction Manual Easier Referenced?

Okay, there is a bit of a story behind this – I have never owned a sewing machine, used several and always got frustrated enough made my decision to not purchase one.

Then HSN offered this one, and I decided I was going to buy one (when I told my husband this, he laughed at me because he knows I do not sew!)

Well it arrived the other day, and I sat down with it and read the instructions…

Guess what?!?!? I CAN sew!!

Love the automatic needle threader and with my old eyes this was a plus I did not know about until I got it! (Due to my husband’s laughter I had to change the channel on the television so did not see a lot of the perks!) . Enjoy the speeds due to I can go S – L – O – W when I need to.

Thought when this came in, I would end up packing it up and sending it back, NOT HAPPENING!

Just don’t tell my family I can sew now!

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Poorly designed
Janice Richards | October 26, 2012
Overall Rating
Cons:
Poor Quality, Poor Design, Poor Service, Cheaply Made For A Singer

The screwdrivers cannot easily fit into the screws on the presser foot plate for maintenance. The needle threader is cheaply designed also. I have used Singer machines for over 50 years and this is a terrible and cheap machine. Customer service has been a problem, no-one answers the call line and am still waiting for the online to reply.

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Disappointed
Marianne Jentilucci | January 05, 2013
Overall Rating
Cons:
Poor Quality

I was looking for a multi-function machine and this seemed to fit the bill. However it is a piece of junk. Does a lot but does nothing well, Frequent jams and needle breaks. Embroidery stitches very small - letters are awful. Purchased for $699 and a few months later at Tuesday Morning for $299. Guess that tells it all.

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Gotta Love this Sewing Machine
Glenda J. Munch | September 03, 2012
Overall Rating
Pros:
Great Features, Easy To Use, High Quality
Cons:
Instruction Book Could Be Better Written, With A Little More Detail In Looking Up Information.

Ordered this from HSN. I love this machine. I've been sewing for years and this machine was just the one to get me started once again. It is easy to use, even with all the functions that it offers. Started sewing with it right out of the box. It offers so many stitch patterns and you can adjust many of them to get larger. Ease of use was what I was after and this machine offers just that. Whatever your level of sewing is, you will love this Singer!

The one thing I wish it came with the instruction CD. Book is kind of hard to use.

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Not really impressed
Kelly Criss | August 11, 2012
Overall Rating
Pros:
Easy To Use
Cons:
Poor Quality, Expensive, Very Few Of The Features That Make It Appear High End Actually Work, Low Quality Even If It Was Half Price.

I bought this machine on HSN when they had it on special. It's a good thing too because if I'd paid full price for it I'd be furiously returning it. The needle threader needs help getting turned all the way through the eye of the needle; the thread cutter cuts great, but doesn't reset for the next seam, so I have to re-set the bobbin completely to get the thread to come up; of the 3 times I've wound a bobbin, one time I had to unroll the whole thing because it didn't wind properly, it was so loose it was loopy. It doesn't have enough heft to hold itself down so just pushing fabric through, it walks away from me. Using the extension table is especially bad because the feet on the table are hard plastic instead of rubber, so it slides all over my sewing table! And that's not even with a quilt! And quite possibly the worst yet is it won't sew through lightweight seams of quilters cotton without me pulling it pretty hard from behind. It just gets stuck right in front of the seam sewing in one spot. Grrrr. If it hadn't been the SECOND one I've tried of the Singer machines from HSN, and also a gift from my husband for our anneversary, I'd probably return it too and go back to a Brother machine. Outside of having all the extra feet and several more decorative stitches, my Brother SQ9000 was a better machine and cost only $200 compared to the $379 I paid for this Singer - on SALE!!! It is now priced at $599, and sold out on HSN, but I imagine they will be getting several returns. For that kind of money, a much much better machine could be found.

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