SINGER 4411 Heavy Duty Sewing Machine with Metal Frame and Stainless Steel Bedplate

December 10, 2013 - Comment

The SINGER 4411 Heavy Duty sewing machine is a true workhorse. With a heavy-duty metal interior frame, stainless steel bedplate, extra-high sewing speed and powerful motor, the 4411 Heavy Duty can sew through just about anything you throw at it. Convenient features including a top drop-in bobbin, drop feed for free-motion sewing, automatic four-step buttonhole,

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The SINGER 4411 Heavy Duty sewing machine is a true workhorse. With a heavy-duty metal interior frame, stainless steel bedplate, extra-high sewing speed and powerful motor, the 4411 Heavy Duty can sew through just about anything you throw at it. Convenient features including a top drop-in bobbin, drop feed for free-motion sewing, automatic four-step buttonhole, and adjustable presser foot pressure add a new dimension of ease to heavy-duty sewing. Singer header 4411 Lifestyle

The SINGER 4411 Heavy Duty sewing machine is a true workhorse.

With a heavy-duty metal interior frame, stainless steel bedplate, extra-high sewing speed and powerful motor, the 4411 Heavy Duty can sew through just about anything you throw at it. Convenient features including a top drop-in bobbin, drop feed for free-motion sewing, automatic four-step buttonhole, and adjustable presser foot pressure add a new dimension of ease to heavy-duty sewing.

Eleven stitch patterns with adjustable stitch length and width makes this machine perfect for both utilitarian and creative projects. Free arm with accessory storage, adjustable presser foot pressure, and provision for mounting in a cabinet are also featured here.

Heavy duty metal frame Heavy-Duty Metal Frame Rigid support holds all the mechanisms in perfect alignment for skip-free sewing.

Stainless steel bed plate Stainless Steel Bed Plate Fabric glides easily across the machine arm.

Top Drop-in bobbin Top Drop-in Bobbin Convenient drop-in bobbin is easy to insert, remove and monitor thread supply.

four-step buttonhole Automatic Four-step Buttonhole Make beautiful buttonholes automatically in four easy steps.

warranty Commercial and Household Use Warranty Limited 25-year warranty on the sewing machine head, limited 2-year on electrical, limited 90-day warranty on labor. This machine is warranted for commercial, household, and school use.

4411 Drop Feed Drop Feed Free motion sewing for creative topstitching.

Additional Features & Benefits

60% Stronger Motor A stronger motor than standard sewing machines allows it to sew through heavyweight fabrics with ease.

Free Arm Provides professional results by offering easy access to cuffs, collars, pant hems and other difficult-to-reach areas.

On-Board Storage Storage of accessories in the removable sewing bed means accessories are always handy.

Automatic Reverse Automatically sew in reverse and reinforce stitches.

5mm Stitch Width Select stitches can be set to 5mm wide–providing a bolder and more pronounced look.

1,100 Stitches per Minute This machine sews faster than a standard sewing machine.

Adjustable Presser Foot Pressure Control Sew lightweight to heavy fabric with ease by adjusting the presser foot pressure.

Snap-on Presser Feet Quick release for easy on and off–change presser feet in a snap.

Extra-High Presser Foot Lifter Offers more clearance for multiple layers of bulky fabric under the presser foot.

Three Needle Positions Needle position can be changed for individual projects, such as inserting zippers or cording and topstitching.

Adjustable Stitch Length Adjust the desired stitch length by a simple turn of the dial.

About SINGER

SINGER is sewing made easy.

Founded in 1851, Singer is one of the world’s leading sellers of consumer and artisan sewing machines, and one of the world’s most trusted and recognizable brands. The company has a long history of innovation, having produced, among other breakthroughs, the world’s first portable machine, the first zigzag machine and the first computer-controlled machine.

By making simple, easy-to-use machines, Singer has provided the gateway to sewing for people around the world. From home décor and clothing construction to embroidery and quilting, Singer is dedicated to helping people express themselves through sewing.

11 Stitch Options

Six basic stitches, four decorative stitches, and one buttonhole–perfect for crafts, home décor, clothing construction, and much more.

4411 six essential stitchesSix essential stitches are the core stitches of construction and mending. 4411 four decorative stitchesFour decorative stitches allow you to create special details on any project. 4411 four-butthonholeThe automatic four-step buttonhole guides you through every step to professional results.

Accessories Included (located in the free arm accessory storage tray):

All-purpose foot, zipper foot, buttonhole foot, button sewing foot, seam ripper/lint brush, quilting guide, needles, bobbins, screwdriver, auxiliary spool pin, spool pin felt, and dust cover.

4410 Accessories

Looking for the accessories? They’re located in the free arm accessory storage tray. Here’s how to find them:

SINGER 4411 accessory location

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More people own SINGER machines than all other brands combined.

Product Features

  • Extra-High Sewing Speed of 1,100 stitches per minute gives you professional speed for faster results
  • Heavy Duty Interior Metal Frame ensures that the machine remains still for skip-free sewing
  • Stainless Steel Bed Plate provides smooth fabric feed for even sewing
  • 11 Built-In Stitches – essential, stretch, decorative, 1 automatic 4-step buttonhole
  • Easy-to-Load Top Drop-In Bobbin System with Clear Cover. 110 volt machine designed for United States and Canadian use only

Comments

S. Eaton "Higher Educator" says:

Love this machine. Great value. Not fancy. I have a Pfaff quilters machine that died and needs parts. It is going to cost about double the cost of this machine to repair it. So I figured what the heck. I’ve been sewing since grade school in the 1960s and have used all sorts of machines. I also worked at a fabric store for a number of years. I have some advice for the beginner. Various reviews of this machine complain about some problems I thought I’d speak to here.This is a nice little machine. Initially even I had trouble with it. Discovered that the threading instruction picture in the instruction book is a bit tricky. Don’t forget to thread the little bracket that is above the needle. It is step 7 in the book, but not obvious in the picture and not obvious on the machine. The thread first goes through the fairly obvious metal holder in step six, then it needs to go in that little tiny bracket, a small piece of metal that is laying on top of the needle mount. If you don’t thread that, the thread will…

sew_so says:

Not exactly “Heavy Duty” I purchased the Singer 4423 Heavy Duty because I wanted a more powerful replacement for my older but reliable Singer sewing machine. I wanted to able to sew a variety of projects using denim, canvas, leather, or other heavy fabrics with better results than what I was currently getting. I liked the simple design and straightforward operation of the 4423. It has a good selection of stitches (both functional and decorative) and some other nice-to-have features like adjustable needle position, automatic threader, and the one-step button hole which I was especially excited about. The other “Heavy Duty” Singers don’t have these features.When I started using it, the first thing I noticed was the less-than-stellar quality of some of the decorative stitches, but I figured that it wasn’t really a big deal because I do a lot of hand embroidery and don’t use those stitches that often. I decided to do a little “test project” on the machine: a zippered pouch with denim lining. The…

Michael says:

Singer 4411 I am a self employed seamstress and I am very hard on machines, especially with hemming blue jeans and zippers in carhart coats and many other things. One thing I was looking for was an affordable product that was heavy duty. Singer is always a great brand and I watched videos on what this product can do, so I ordered it. Much to my dismay, I found that it wasn’t any different than any other machine. Heavy Duty on this machine means nothing. It does do some of the things that they say but it does not go through all the layers of material that it says. Overall it is a fine machine, but it is not Heavy duty.

Roch says:

The quality thread can make ALL the difference– recommend the coatsandclark regular polyester smaller spool thread is best. Quality can vary in a brand, the larger spools can have a lesser quality thread and not spin that well. Use good needles, that will also make ALL the difference is keeping the timing optimal. Seems to cost a little more but younwill save time and mony in the long run. If you do a quantity of sewing, consider buying a basic machine you like and replacing the machine every so often. This concept really works in efficiency, no frustration and is economically worth it. No point in overinvesting.

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