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Automatic needle threader and Drop & Sew bobbin system make for quick and easy set-up
The SINGER 7469Q Confidence Quilter sewing machine is the perfect machine for new and skilled quilters alike. With many advanced features, your sewing will be relaxing and creative.
The programmable needle up/down feature is vital for quilters when piecing together patchworks. Select to have the needle stop in the down position when appliquéing, quilting or pivoting fabric. The machine comes with four bonus quilting feet to expand your creative quilting and sewing possibilities. Use the darning and embroidery foot for stippling, the even feed/walking foot for even flow of fabric, the open toe foot for better visibility and the 1/4-inch foot for piecing together quilt blocks. The large sewing surface lets you manage large quilts and other sewing projects with ease.
With the electronic twin needle control, stitches are automatically adjusted for twin needle sewing with just the touch of a button. Twin needle sewing creates two parallel rows of stitching, adding a decorative touch to any project.Push-Button Stitch Selection
Twelve of the most popular stitches are accessible with one touch. The rest of the stitches are just a few clicks away. The stitches are set with the optimum settings for length. Drop feed is handy when sewing quilts, monograms and adding creative touches to your sewing projects.Stitch Locking Function and Automatic Back-Tack Function
Tie-off decorative and straight stitches with just a push of a button. Reinforcing the end of seams ensures quality stitches, avoids unraveling and provides stronger stitching.Automatic Tension
This system ensures stable stitch quality, whatever type of fabric you use. Feel free to override the preset tension for special project settings.Extra-High Presser Foot Lifter
The extra high presser foot lifter offers more clearance, which is needed when placing multiple layers of bulky fabric under the presser foot.Heavy-Duty Metal Frame
This rigid support holds all the mechanisms in perfect alignment for skip-free sewing.Six-Segment Feed Dogs with Box Feed
A specially designed feed dog system ensures the fabric is picked up and supported from the front of the presser foot to the rear. The box feed motion moves the feed dogs in a box motion, rather than the historic arc motion. It assures perfect feeding throughout the entire feed process, as the feed dogs are always in perfect and equal contact with the fabric and presser foot.Center Zigzag Taper
When tapering with the zigzag stitch, the stitch tapers to the center, not the left or right; this provides a more attractive look when tapering into or out of a point.7mm Stitch Width
Most stitches can be set for a maximum width of 7 mm. When sewing decorative stitches or satin stitches, the wide stitches are bolder and more pronounced.Automatic Presser Foot Pressure
The amount of pressure exerted on the fabric by the presser foot against the feed dogs is automatic. Sew from the lightest weight tricots to the heaviest denim without making pressure adjustments.Automatic Bobbin Winding Clutch
The needle bar automatically disengages when winding the bobbin, making bobbin winding safer.Electronic Stitch Formation
All stepper motors are electronically controlled. Digital control of the stepper motors allows for perfectly formed stitch patterns every time.Thirteen Needle Positions
Needle positions can be changed for individual projects, such as inserting zippers or cording and topstitching.
LOVE my new machine! It purrs like a kitten and easy to use! Shipped quick too!Published 2 months ago by Sandra Reid
I love this machine! Works great for all of my quilting needs. Very affordable with the extension table and bonus feet. A great deal. Sooooo happy :-)Published 4 months ago by Michelle Workman
I am really pleased with the sewing machine it is everything and more that I expected.Published 10 months ago by Lynda Langdon