The Singer Tradition 2250 sewing machine makes starting your new hobby as easy as possible. It has easy stitch selection, snap-on presser feet and the fantastic automatic buttonhole function.
The Tradition 2250 doesn’t have an automatic needle threader like higher-spec models. But, the guides printed on the machine do help make threading simple.
Unfortunately, this machine doesn’t have a top drop-in bobbin like the Singer Talent 3321. Access the side-loading bobbin by removing the accessory compartment on the side.
Free Arm Sewing
Sew cuffs, collars or child’s clothes by converting the machine into a free arm. Remove the storage compartment and the free arm gives you more freedom to get into hard to sew places.
Portable and Heavy Duty
You can take this machine to classes with you. It only weighs 6kg and comes with a carry handle and cover. It has a strong metal frame to keep the sewing machine rigid while sewing.
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- Easy Stitch Selection to find the stitch that is perfect for your project.
- Snap-On Presser feet to make changing between the feet painless without the need for a screwdriver.
- Adjustable Stitch Length to keep the seams strong and prevent bunching on any kind of fabric
- 10 Built-In Stitches give you different options for crafts, home decor and decorative sewing
- Buttonholes are a breeze with the Automatic 4-Step Buttonhole feature.
- Automatic Bobbin Winding and the needle bar will disengage when winding to make it safe.
- The Presser Foot is extra high to give you more clearance when using chunky fabric.
- The Four Segment Feed Dog System makes sure that the fabric is picked up and supported all round.
- Heavy Duty Metal frame to keep it rigid and aligned it also has a built-in carry handle to make it portable.
- Easy snap-on presser feet
- Zipper foot
- 4 step buttonhole foot
- Button sewing foot
- Pack of needles
- Edge/quilting guide
- Darning plate
- Spool holder
- Seam ripper
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I hadn't used a sewing machine since school before buying this one and didn't want anything too complicated. This machine proved to be a great choice for the purpose. I wanted to be able to do general repairs on things around the house and start making new bits for family and friends. I found it easier to control than the machines at my school. I am in no way a professional but the stitches offered on the Singer 2250 were perfectly suited to my needs. The only option I would have liked would have been an automatic needle threader but I can manage fine without. Overall its a fantastic machine for basic sewing and repairs and I feel it a good purchase that will last me for years.
I had my old Singer sewing machine for 28 years and I was very happy with it, until it died a few weeks ago. I did some research and found this model to be the new equivalent. Read some reviews and found one that a lady had posted after buying the 2250 after her singer packed in after 40 years, she recommended this as a very good replacement. I have to say that the lady was very right. I am over the moon. It does everything I need for the price. Highly recommended.
Very pleased with the Singer 2250. It was easy to thread first time round. I didn't have to adjust the tension as it sewed perfect straight out of the box. The only little issue is the reel holder, because it is horizontal sometimes the thread can get caught in the bit that is cut into the reel. I have solved this problem by cutting out the nick in the reel edge. Other than that I have had no problems. Would recommend