SINGER 2259 Tradition Easy-to-Use Free-Arm 19-Stitch Sewing Machine
Just learning? Just perfect. The SINGER 2259 Tradition. The SINGER 2259 Tradition has the features to make starting a new hobby easy. This sewing machines features an automatic four-step buttonhole, easy stitch selection, and snap-on presser feet. Thread the machine quickly and easily. Just follow the arrows on the machine, and you are threaded in
Just learning? Just perfect. The SINGER 2259 Tradition.
The SINGER 2259 Tradition has the features to make starting a new hobby easy. This sewing machines features an automatic four-step buttonhole, easy stitch selection, and snap-on presser feet. Thread the machine quickly and easily. Just follow the arrows on the machine, and you are threaded in a snap.
Nineteen basic, stretch, and decorative built-in stitches provide options for everything from the most basic garment alterations to more elaborate home décor designs.
Snap-On Presser Feet
Snap-on presser feet make changing from one to another effortless–no screwdriver required.
Easy Stitch Selection
Simply choose the stitch that’s right for your project.
Automatic 4-Step Buttonhole
Buttonholes made easy.
Variable Stitch Length
Keep your seams strong and prevent bunching on any type of fabric with adjustable stitch length and zigzag width.
25-year warranty including limited 25-year on sewing machine head, limited 2-year on electronic components and limited 90-days on adjustments.
Automatic Bobbin Winding
The needle bar automatically disengages when winding the bobbin making bobbin winding safer.
Additional Features & Benefits
Heavy Duty Metal Frame
The rigid interior support holds all the mechanisms in perfect alignment for skip-free sewing.
Extra-High Presser Foot Lifter
The extra high presser foot lifter offers more clearance when placing multiple layers of bulky fabric under the presser foot.
Four-Segment Feed Dog System
This feed dog system ensures that the fabric is picked up and supported from the front of the presser foot to the rear, providing more accurate feeding.
Snap-On Presser Feet
Change from one presser foot to another effortlessly. No need for screwdrivers to change the snap-on presser feet–they just snap on.
Multiple Needle Positions
Needle positions can be changed for individual projects including inserting zippers, cording and topstitching.
Free Arm with On-Board Storage
The free arm provides easy access to cuffs, collars, pant hems and other difficult-to-reach areas. The on-board storage provides easy access to the included accessories.
This system ensures stable stitch quality, whatever type of fabric you use. Feel free to override to preset tension for special project settings.
Portable and Cabinet Mountable
The machine has a built-in carry handle making it easy to transport the machine. The machine can also be mounted into a cabinet in a few easy steps.
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.
Just the right stitches to get you started.
Nineteen built-in stitches offer a variety of options for fashion sewing, crafts, home décor and decorative sewing.
6 basic stitches 7 decorative stitches 5 stretch stitches One 4-step automatic buttonhole
All-purpose foot Buttonhole foot Button sewing foot Zipper foot Thread spool cap holders (2) Screwdriver Quilting guide Class 15 bobbins Needles Seam ripper/lint brush Oil bottle Foot pedal Power cord Instruction manual
Bobbin Class: 15 Light Bulb: 120V 10 watt push in Needles: 2020 & 2045
More people own SINGER machines than all other brands combined.
- Quick-and-easy threading saves time
- Adjustable stitch length and zigzag width allow you to customize stitches
- 19 built-in stitches with 1 fully automatic 4-step buttonhole provide endless project possibilities
- Four snap-on presser feet expand your creative sewing possibilities
- Easy stitch selection makes choosing your stitches a breeze. 110 volt machine designed for United States and Canadian use only.
Good Value for the Money The conventional wisdom in buying sewing machines (among people who sew a lot) is to spend around $500 minimum. This may mean buying used, because sewing machines can be very pricy. In general, I agree with this philosophy. There are definite advantages to higher end machines. That said, this decidedly lower end machine performed quite a bit beyond my expectations.The most important thing for a sewing machine to do is to hold its tension. Bad tension control of your thread means bad stitches and endless frustration. I’ve heard horror stories about poor tension on low end machines. This machine has very good tension. The motor growls a little before starting when you depress the foot pedal. Once you get going, it is pretty easy to control the speed, which is important too, for precision.The straight stitching is very nice. Straight stitching is, by far, the thing you will do most on a sewing machine, whether you are doing garments or quilts and crafts…
I’ve used Singer machines for 50 years BUT Spanish only instruction manual – you are kidding me! I have been sewing for about 50+ years. I started on my grandmother’s Singer treadle machine. When I got a little older, I used my other grandmother’s electric Singer machine (big time for those days). Over the years I’ve always had Singer machines. I’ve made my own clothes, clothes for my boys. I’ve quilted, made gifts.Nowadays I don’t sew as much. I use the machine for mending and some special projects but I’ll have twin grandbabies soon and wanted to start making a few things for them.So, since the tension on my old machine didn’t work right, I got a new Singer 2259 Machine. I get the new machine, open the shipping box (packed very well by the way) and what do I find? An instruction manual ALL in Spanish. Not in English AND Spanish but all Spanish. I am not a happy camper. I don’t care that I’ve sewed for 50 years. Every machine is a little different plus it’s been a few years since I’ve done much sewing except for mending and I want a manual I…
A Good Replacement I found the Singer 2259 Tradition 20-Stitch Sewing Machine to be all that I really need.First off, I am not an ambitious sewer. Actually, my sewing is concentrated to making crafts like doll clothes for my daughter, basic cloth purses and simple clothing modifications (like turning pants to skirts).I have an old, second-hand Brother that gets jammed so much that I can no longer tolerate it.Although the Singer is roughly the same size with a similar set-up, it is definitely a better machine for me.Pros.The bright white outer shell is hard and durable enough, but decidedly lighter in weight than my grungy-creme beast. It is not a burden to pull this one out of the closet, and once it’s out, it’s not an embarrassment if company should come over unexpectedly.Singer is not re-inventing the wheel. I appreciate that I can start sewing without having to get re-acclimated to an altogether new design.The foot…