With the cooler weather rolling in and stay at home orders keeping some of us indoors there's no better time to get back into sewing.
Whether you're a sustainability warrior on a mission to make vintage fashion your go-to wardrobe staples, or simply aren't willing to give up on that pair of jeans that fits you just right, there are plenty of reasons to invest in a sewing machine in 2021. If you have the incredible ability to create your own pieces of clothing from scratch then even better - we bow down to you.
The Singer Heavy Duty HD6805C
Alright so the name might not be quite so sexy, but the things you can do with it certainly are.
With a full metal frame, powerful motor and electronic-enabled features, the Singer HD6805C computerised heavy duty sewing machine is a true workhorse. That's what makes it Australia’s most high-end, durable, reliable and opted for machine for creatives.
Honing 568 stitch applications, 300 stitches, LED lighting, extra high sewing speed, LCD screen and 2 x lettering fonts (talk dirty to me baby), it’s a machine designed to withstand the decades.
Need some inspiration when it comes to what to do with it? Here are some mending tips courtesy of Australian designer Emma Mulholland and artist and designer Rachel Rutt. Or head to the Singer Instagram for more ideas.
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How to enter:
We're giving away two Singer HD6805C computerised heavy duty sewing machines worth $999 each this July. To be in the running to win simply tell us in 25 words or less what you would do with your machine. Competition closes July 22. Terms and conditions apply.