Silver Viscount 301 Sewing Machine
Lightweight with buttonholes
Why choose the Silver 301 from us?
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Silver Viscount are celebrating with the latest 300 series sewing machines. They have produced some lovely lightweight machines. This is one of them, the Silver 301 sewing machine; lightweight yet robust to sew almost anything.
If you are looking for a basic sewing machine that is simple to use, without all the fancy stitches that one would not use? The Silver 301 could well be what you're looking for. Let me explain more.
It only has a handful of stitches but the stitches it has are the most used. Using an LED light It's economical on power consumption too.
Buttonholes in a 4-step sequence.
Straight stitch with centre and right needle positions.
Zigzag that can be adjusted up to 5 mm width.
Multiple zigzag, is similar to a zig zag stitch, however, each slant is sewn with 3 stitches. In industry it is used to reinforce sails on sailing boats or windsurfers but is equally as strong for mending in the home.
Blind hemming. How often do you need to hem curtains or a quick mending job on a pair on trousers, or even shorten that skirt to keep up with the latest mini skirt fashions. This almost invisible stitch is ideal.
Scallop stitch, is used on children’s clothing to decorate the edge of hems. It is also used on many home sewing projects such as a decorative edge for cushions or curtain tie-backs.
All the above stitches can be adjusted for width and length, so satin stitching, applique, sewing buttons on and sewing buttonholes are all possible when using this Silver 301
When it comes to threading the needle...well we all know how awkward this can be! Not so with the Silver 301, simply use the built-in needle threader.
Sliding buttonhole foot.
Button sewing-on foot.
Darning plate for free motion embroidery.
Spool holders x 2.
Twin needle spool pin and felt.
Flat screw driver.
Electronic foot control.
|Promotion||Lightweight with buttonholes|
|Warranty||Extended Warranty 10 Years Parts and Labour|
|Size (Height, Width, Depth)||W38 cm x H22 cm|
|Variable Electronic Speed Control||Yes|
|Bobbin Access||Front Loading|
|Transparent bobbin cover Bobbin Cover||No|
|Hard Carrying or Storage Cover||No|
|Automatically Tensions Thread||No|
|Integrated Needle Threader||Yes|
|Thread End Cutting||Manual|
|Number of Stitch Selections||8|
|Popular Stitch Functions||Straight, Zig-Zag, Multi Zigzag, Blind Hem, Scallop|
|Formation of Buttonholes||4-Step Sequence|
|Variety of Buttonholes||1|
|Maximum Speed Limit Adjustment||No|
|Needle Up/Down Function||No|
|Integrated Dual Feed System||No|
|Integrated Fabric Feed Lowering||Yes|
|Hook Movement||Oscillating Action|
|Needle Positions||Left / Centre|
|Tutorial CD / DVD||No|
Hi just set up machine and very happy with it . People are saying needle thread backward. I have bad sight and found if you took the machine back out something underneath it's much easier than trying to bend and thread then found it magic .Also there is a video to see to help you with the automatic thread I'm so happy as now can three without frustration . Thanks .
Great Machine,but the automatic needle threader is too fiddly.
I have to admit when I started to unpack the machine I began to think I'd made a mistake. My old machine was metal with a solid wooden base and metal bobbins. This is all plastic, which does make it lighter to move around ( I can pick it up with one hand) but the fixtures just didn't feel substantial. I think if I stood on the foot pedal with any force, it would break. But - it stitches beautifully, it's quieter and I love it.