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SINGER | Quantum Stylist 9985 Computerized Portable Sewing Machine with 960-Stitches Including Built-in Lettering,Interactive Color-Touch LCD Screen, Bonus Accessories, makes Customizing Projects Easy

  • SINGER | Quantum Stylist 9985 Computerized Portable Sewing Machine with 960-Stitches Including Built-in Lettering,Interactive Color-Touch LCD Screen, Bonus Accessories, makes Customizing Projects Easy
  • SINGER | Quantum Stylist 9985 Computerized Portable Sewing Machine with 960-Stitches Including Built-in Lettering,Interactive Color-Touch LCD Screen, Bonus Accessories, makes Customizing Projects Easy
  • SINGER | Quantum Stylist 9985 Computerized Portable Sewing Machine with 960-Stitches Including Built-in Lettering,Interactive Color-Touch LCD Screen, Bonus Accessories, makes Customizing Projects Easy
  • SINGER | Quantum Stylist 9985 Computerized Portable Sewing Machine with 960-Stitches Including Built-in Lettering,Interactive Color-Touch LCD Screen, Bonus Accessories, makes Customizing Projects Easy
  • SINGER | Quantum Stylist 9985 Computerized Portable Sewing Machine with 960-Stitches Including Built-in Lettering,Interactive Color-Touch LCD Screen, Bonus Accessories, makes Customizing Projects Easy
  • SINGER | Quantum Stylist 9985 Computerized Portable Sewing Machine with 960-Stitches Including Built-in Lettering,Interactive Color-Touch LCD Screen, Bonus Accessories, makes Customizing Projects Easy
  • SINGER | Quantum Stylist 9985 Computerized Portable Sewing Machine with 960-Stitches Including Built-in Lettering,Interactive Color-Touch LCD Screen, Bonus Accessories, makes Customizing Projects Easy
  • SINGER | Quantum Stylist 9985 Computerized Portable Sewing Machine with 960-Stitches Including Built-in Lettering,Interactive Color-Touch LCD Screen, Bonus Accessories, makes Customizing Projects Easy
  • SINGER | Quantum Stylist 9985 Computerized Portable Sewing Machine with 960-Stitches Including Built-in Lettering,Interactive Color-Touch LCD Screen, Bonus Accessories, makes Customizing Projects Easy
  • SINGER | Quantum Stylist 9985 Computerized Portable Sewing Machine with 960-Stitches Including Built-in Lettering,Interactive Color-Touch LCD Screen, Bonus Accessories, makes Customizing Projects Easy
  • SINGER | Quantum Stylist 9985 Computerized Portable Sewing Machine with 960-Stitches Including Built-in Lettering,Interactive Color-Touch LCD Screen, Bonus Accessories, makes Customizing Projects Easy
  • SINGER | Quantum Stylist 9985 Computerized Portable Sewing Machine with 960-Stitches Including Built-in Lettering,Interactive Color-Touch LCD Screen, Bonus Accessories, makes Customizing Projects Easy
  • SINGER | Quantum Stylist 9985 Computerized Portable Sewing Machine with 960-Stitches Including Built-in Lettering,Interactive Color-Touch LCD Screen, Bonus Accessories, makes Customizing Projects Easy
  • SINGER | Quantum Stylist 9985 Computerized Portable Sewing Machine with 960-Stitches Including Built-in Lettering,Interactive Color-Touch LCD Screen, Bonus Accessories, makes Customizing Projects Easy

SINGER | Quantum Stylist 9985 Computerized Portable Sewing Machine with 960-Stitches Including Built-in Lettering,Interactive Color-Touch LCD Screen, Bonus Accessories, makes Customizing Projects Easy

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  • SINGER COMPUTERIZED SEWING MACHINE: The SINGER Quantum Stylist 9985 portable sewing machine has loads of ease-of-use features to allow you to fulfill your creative dreams. There is a large selection of stitches including basic, stretch and decorative stitches for fashion sewing, quilting, home decor, and crafting, all accessible on the color touch LCD screen. There's even a selection of fonts to personalize projects
  • AUTOMATIC NEEDLE THREADER: Threading the machine is so easy that you can have the entire machine threaded, from the spool to the needle's eye, in seconds. The built-in needle threader threads the eye of the needle for you, eliminating eye strain and frustration
  • BEST SEWING MACHINE: The SINGER Quantum Stylist 9985 sewing machine has 960 Built-In Stitches including 6 Alphanumeric Fonts and 13 built-in 1-Step Buttonholes with Exclusive Buttonhole Underplate. It also has Mirror Imaging and Stitch Elongation providing even more creative possibilities
  • HIGH-SPEED SEWING MACHINE: The SINGER Quantum Stylist 9985 sewing machine has a maximum sewing speed of 850 stitches-per-minute, long seams can be sewn quickly
  • SEWING MACHINE ACCESSORIES: A variety of accessories are included All-Purpose Foot, Zipper Foot, Buttonhole Foot with Exclusive Underplate, Blind Hem Foot, Satin Stitch Foot, Overcasting Foot, Darning / Embroidery Foot, Narrow Rolled Hem Foot, Button Sewing Foot, Quarter Inch Foot, Open Toe Foot, Even Feed / Walking Foot, and Cording Foot
  • This sewing machine is warranted for use in the US and Canada at 110 volts only
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Bad Romance!Since everyone in my family sews, I did a lot of research before settling on the Quantum Stylist. I've always used a Singer, and I was very excited at the prospect of having so many additional decorative stitches on a machine that costs less than my iPad. When I ordered it last fall, I did some small projects but soon became frustrated because I couldn't do simple things - for example, I couldn't get the machine to do reverse stitching. This should be accomplished by one simple button so there's no way I could screw that up. After reading, re-reading, and highlighting the instruction manual, it became clear to me that this machine would not even do straight stitching as well as my old $99 Singer. For example, adjusting the stitch length was a waste of time because it would only sew one length, regardless of how it was set. It wouldn't even do machine basting without physically pulling the cloth through. I guess I kept assuming I was doing something wrong! After four months of trying to work around the problems, I gave up. I emailed Singer, which did no good. I called Amazon, since the Singer warranty said to return it to the seller within one year of purchase, and Amazon accepted it back (long after the 30 day trial period) and for that I am extremely grateful. I'm convinced I got a lemon, but I was very reluctant to start over with a new QS machine. I replaced it with a Singer Vintage One. This one sews like a dream but is MUCH more limited in the specialty stitches and accessories. If I could try out a QS and get it to work as advertised, I'd buy it again in a heartbeat. 1Last chance!I was super excited to get this feature-rich machine, then after 20-ish days, the hand wheel became hard to turn, the machine became loud and creaky, and keeping under the plate clean didn't help. Amazon replaced the machine, and when I unpacked my "new" machine, I found it wasn't new AT ALL (see photos)! There was dirt and dust in the crevices on top, so I investigated further. I took the plate off to find a bunch of lint and filth. Oh wait, there's more... I prefer to use the foot pedal, so upon plugging it in, the connector port jiggled and fell out. Needless to say, the machine wouldn't run with the foot pedal... SOOOO... I tried using the start/stop button and noticed right away that the lettering on that button was worn away from heavy use, and no, it didn't work, just beeped.HOW DARE someone provide used machines to Amazon claiming that they're new? Just UGH!I'm waiting on the third machine to come in tomorrow, and we will see what happens. This third machine is as far as I'm willing to go without requesting a full refund. 1I tested it against The Sweet Home's recommendation (Janome DC5100) and found the 9960 to be better.After reading more sewing machine reviews than could possibly be healthy, I ended up following the recommendation made by The Sweet Home as the Intermediate Sewing Machine pick and buying the Janome DC5100. I was upgrading from an entry level Brother CS6000i. The result? I ended up returning the DC5100 and keeping a Singer 9960 I also bought with a three year extended warranty for less than half of what the DC5100 cost me.Personally, I wanted the sewing machine for modifications and projects. I don't sew every week, but when I do sew, it often includes thick materials like multiple layers of straps and webbing, or the type of durable fabrics you find in motorcycle gear. In other words, I needed something heavy duty. But since I'm young and like technology, I'm attracted to computerized machines with hundreds of stitches, a nice LCD interface, cool features and good aesthetics. Also, I'm a man, so a pink sewing machine kinda puts me off.When I received the Janome DC5100, I have to admit I wasn't impressed. It just looks old and overpriced. The incandescent bulb makes it look antiquated (although it's replaceable with LED's, albeit with mixed results), the LCD screen looks like it was pulled off of a Casio calculator, and it isn't really that user friendly. It's simple to use, but it just doesn't feel like it's user friendly. In some ways I found myself missing my CS-6000i which costs about 20% of what the Janome costs. Build quality was superb of course, as the interior is pretty much all metal.Since I wasn't that satisfied, I kept looking and a kept arriving at the Brother 9960 again and again. It had all the cooler features of the CS-6000i (plus a thread cutter, which I have to admit I like), as well as being very heavy weight (read stable), having a larger bed, an extension bed, including a plethora of presser feet and much, much more. Warranty remarks were spotty, but considering it's 4.5/5 Star reviews out of around 1800 reviews, obviously not many people were sending their machine to warranty service. I decided to order it and test it side by side.I'll keep it short. Both the Janome DC5100 and the Brother 9960 (which also has a metal interior wherever needed, and is heavier) are capable of sewing through 7 layers of nylon webbing, and neither are sewing through any more layers than that. That's pretty much as much will fit under the presser foot. 7 layers is certainly past the limit, and way more than I expected. The stitches won't be pretty, but it will work if needed. It might get stuck, need some help or you might have to redo small portions, but the alternative is spending 1000$ on a SailRite which is much, much more utilitarian than either. And ideally I'd like to stick with only one sewing machine if possible.So given that the Janome DC5100 isn't really any more capable than the Brother 9960, and the Brother costs less than half, I don't really see the point in spending double the money. Plus, obviously neither is an industrial machine, so if I have to push a machine to the limit knowing I might break it, I'd much rather break a 280$ machine than a 650$ machine. And the 3 year extended warranty cost me 27$, so with that at least I know warranty will be easy.Other benefits of the 9960 is easier threading, thread cutter, better LED lights, a much nicer interface, a much nicer LCD screen, a better cover, an extended tray, a more neutral aesthetic design, a more modern design, more accessories, more online tutorials & YouTube support, and many other aspects. It's also nice that you can store it with thread inside and it still closes, which is great for quick fixes. Honestly, the only thing I can say in favor of the DC5100 is that it feels more robust in the sense that the components are all metal in the inside, but if that doesn't translate into more strength, I'm not sure what the benefit is.So end result, I returned the DC5100, and kept the Singer 9960 knowing both are equally as strong, and saving about 300$ in the process. I can know say with confidence that the 9960 is capable of sewing heavy duty materials, or at least as competent as you'll find under 700$ in the computerized sewing machine category. 5Machine defectI purchased this machine in 2014 and I loved it until now. While trying to use the machine quilting function I used invisible nylon thread as suggested in the owners manual, it cut through the thread guide. Now if I try to use my machine the thread gets stuck in the cut and jams or breaks. Every attempt to fix it had not worked. I am going to have to buy a new machine and it won't be another one like this. Unless they have fixed this defect in the machine since I purchased mine, I would not recommend this machine. 1Fatal Flaw: Plastic bobbin and winding designThis machine requires a plastic bobbin. On first use, the bobbin shattered using the built-in bobbin winder, creating sharp plastic shard projectiles. One shard cut my face, near my eye. The tab that releases the bobbin and stops the winding at the same time seems to be too forceful, causing the bobbin to break instead of shifting to the release position. When this occurs, the wonder doesn t stop, thus it winds thread under the bobbin, down the shaft, causing tangling and a lot of wasted thread. It s an ordeal to remove the tangled threads each time. I was able to partially wind One bobbin, after shattering two bobbins. Once this bobbin quickly ran out, the next several shattered, each causing dangerous projectiles.I m an advanced, professional seamstress, with 30 years of experience. I ve never used a machine that required a plastic bobbin.This issue prevented me from completing simple fir bridesmaid shawls for my daughter s wedding. (I had just gotten this machine delivered and brought with us to the out of town venue.) Had the bobbin issue happened later, I might think it was some kind of adjustment issue or user error, however, coming from the factory with this issue, making the machine unusable and a serious injury risk, caused me to return the machine immediately.It s a shame this machine is so highly rated. With such an obvious flaw in the bobbin material and design, it seems quite likely that other manufacturing defects would soon become apparent with much use. 1I was a bit disappointed that there was not a true 1/4 foot included ...I purchased the Singer 9960 about two weeks ago to replace my 20 year old Kenmore to primarily piece quilts. I had read issues of suddenly eating your fabric. This happened about an hour into sewing. I believe this is due to the automatic thread cutter cutting the bobbin thread so closely that the thread gets pulled back in and wound up. Just my opinion but since I quit using the automatic threader I have not had an issue and I sew hours each day. I was a bit disappointed that there was not a true 1/4 foot included in the package. There is what they call a patchwork foot but you have to be extremely careful to stay on a 1/4 seam. Also, the quality of thread is critical I have discovered. When I switched over to a higher quality thread, my seams smoothed out and looked great. For those who stated their machine would suddenly stop with the needle not moving, I would check if the thread was catching on the spool. I had that issue last night but a quick fine sandpaper to the spool itself smoothed out the places the thread was catching on and problem solved. Though I like most of the built in stitches, I just wish you could program an increase in size but at the price of the machine it is to be expected. Still the ones I tried stitched beautifully. Absolutely love the needle down when sewing and don't know how I went so long without this feature on my other machine.My biggest suggestion to anyone who buys this machine is to watch the you tube tutorial from the Singer Company. It is about 30 minutes long and takes you through the basics of the machine and very helpful. I will give a review in 6 months with an update on the machine.UPDATE: Though it has not been 6 months, I wanted to say how pleased I am with this machine. To date, I have quilted one wall hanging, one crib quilt, one throw quilt, one single bed quilt and even a queen sized quilt. I am currently working on another crib quilt. The bed sized quilts were all stitch in the ditch with the walking foot. It was a tight fit and very slow with the queen sized quilt, but not one problem. The darning foot for free motion quilting I am not fond of because it is a closed toe foot. I sure wish Singer would make an open toe darning foot!! It would be so much easier to see. Quilters be aware of how easy it is to bump the stitch panel and completely change the stitch.. This happened to me a couple of times when feeding my quilt and accidentally bumping the panel. I went from straight stitch to zigzag. Not fun!!I think I have finally figured out the auto thread cutter. It is so darn nice to have when I am actually doing my quilting. 3It looks great but this machine has issues and has to be ...It looks great but this machine has issues and has to be sent off to fix because I didn't open it within 30 days of receipt. I will be sewing a straight stitch and next thing its sewing a zig zag stitch and the thread gets stuck inside the machine and then your ruffling everything and you have to cut the thread to rethread it. Just a update affter purchasing this machine Its going back to the repair shop this will be the third time ...Singer will not replace this machine, its been in a repair shop for more than 6 months and I purchased a secondary insurance and I have called Amazon for help its out of there hands. I wouldn't want anyone to go thru this on a new machine. 6 months later this machine hasn't been used yet, its been in the shop 4 times and still not fix and no help from anyone going to turn Singer over to BBB, Amazon still says that cant help. 1What it does is great, but a couple basic things are missingI very much liked my Quantum Stylist when it first arrived. Actually, that s not quite true. The first time I tried the alphabet letters, I got only the top half of the letter. I really didnt want to send the machine back, but after studying the problem, I realized the needle never went onto the left half of its travel. I figured that was either an easy or very complicated fix. I turned the machine upside down on my lap, and after studying things for awhile, realised there was a thing that looked like a little hook just hanging out by itself near where the needle support was. Needle nose pliers pushed it unto the needle support where it looked like it ought to go, and hey presto! Everything worked! So if I d done a review at that point, I d have given 4 stars. Either it wasn t packaged sturdily enough to prevent the little arm from being shaken off in shipping, or it wasn t assembled or tested right. Don t know which, but the problem shouldn t have occurred.So I was very happy with the machine after that, until I finished a quilt top and went to quilt it with the walking foot. That s when I discovered a major problem. You cannot use the quilting bar with the walking foot! That is a serious bug. There are other feet that will take the guilting bar, but the walking foot will not. Since the walking foot is recommended for quilting, how are you supposed to maintain an even distance from row to row? I called Singer Customer Care, and they got right back to me. They confirmed that there is no way to use the quilting bar with the walking foot, and there is no other machine with a walking foot to fit the 9960 which has that feature. I have also been unable to find one in the aftermarket. Needless to say, I am not a happy camper. If I d known that up front, I would never have bought this machine. Quilter beware.One final problem I have not yet been able to diagnose. It may be user error (me), or it may be some problem with the machine. If you let the bobbin winder fill a bobbin as directed in the instruction manual, you cannot remove the bobbin from the spindle. I have destroyed two bobbins trying to pry them off the spindle. I dont think there is any kind of release lever, but I haven t checked with Customer Care yet. I m sufficiently aggravated by this problem, I think I will just get a separate bobbin winder and not bother with Customer Care. I didn t ding the review another star for this problem, because I m not sure if it s my problem or theirs. There was some question initially whether the machine used 15 or 15J bobbins. Various tutorials on the machine from Singer actually give contradictory information. The final word from Customer Care was use 15, not 15J. But now I m wondering if that was wrong.Sorry this runs on so long. On the whole it s a great machine. Clothes and simple stuff are a breeze. But it was advertised as a machine for quilting, and I would say it falls short there. 3Read This Before You Spend $5,000This machine compares very favorably with the current Bernina 550, for a fraction of the price. Singer's touch screen is superior, as it is not only a color screen -- theirs isn't -- it is much clearer. There is no comparison in terms of the appearance of the two machines. This Singer is flat out gorgeous in person, and it's purple. Singer has really knocked it out of the park in terms of presentation with this one. The photos here do not begin to do it justice. I literally gasped when I pulled it out of the box. I do miss having a knee lifter on this machine, which my Singer 580 embroidery machine has, but the superb quality of the 9985 considering its low price is ample consolation.With 960 stitches, it blows the Bernina 550 right out of the water, as it has only 177. Of course it is the quality of the stitch that counts, and the Singer 9985 stitches as beautifully as any machine costing thousands more. I am working my way through the entire catalog of decorative stitches and functions, and have not found anything so far that is less than perfect. What is really unexpected in a machine at this price is the degree of precision you can bring to bear on your decorative stitches. Say you wish to place an outline of decorative arrows around a neckline facing or placket; you can figure out by stitching a sample how many arrows you are getting per inch, and program the machine to run a certain number of arrows and stop, so you can precisely pivot and turn or reproduce a certain line of stitching or whatever. The selection and editing of decorative stitches is simple and intuitive if you are used to doing anything with a computer. Not every stitch can be elongated or made wider to the same extent, but it is easy to tell what you can and cannot do once you see it on the screen. Considering this capability, you really have way more than the 960 stitches advertised. For best quality decorative stitching, I recommend using 40-wt rayon or polyester machine embroidery thread on top and good quality polyester sewing thread to match your item in the bobbin, and attach the transparent satin stitch foot. Tearaway or wash-away stabilizer under your project will make a world of difference. Many stitches can be flipped or rotated, so you could stitch a line of left-facing triangles next to a line of right-facing triangles, or run some lines of straight stitches in between for a cuff or something like that -- in other words, the creative design possibilities get crazy when you have these advanced editing capabilities, and the results are perfect because you can edit precisely where each stitch starts and stops. With this wide selection of stitches, even the simplest garment can be embellished with embroidery to make it look amazing. Stalking Pinterest and Instagram photos of embroidered garments has inspired me to combine multiple rows of decorative stitches with straight stitching around garment edges, repeating thread colors I've used in the embroidered motifs I've done on the Singer Quantum Futura 580 on the front, back, and sleeves. Built-in stitches did not seem to add much to fashion sewing for me in the past because in regular sewing thread, they can look pretty sad, but the options this machine offers combined with the wonderful threads widely available to machine embroiderers make fashion sewing exciting in a whole new way.The hand quilting-look stitch combined with the walking foot offers a feature usually found on only high-end machines. I was skeptical that a machine at this price point could produce a decent quilting stitch, but by following the directions in the manual and making the necessary tension adjustments, the result is quite impressive.The manual is pretty good. When I get a new machine, I usually go through the manual page by page and try every stitch, technique, and foot to learn as much as I can and make sure everything is functioning properly. Though I have not completed the learning process yet on this machine due to my eagerness to get to the fun stuff, I have read through the entire manual and it seems that everything I need to know is in there somewhere. The quilting section should not be construed as instruction in quiltmaking by any means, and it is kind of weird that they do not mention the even-feed foot until several pages later, and free-motion quilting and stippling should probably not be attempted based on the instructions here, though of course YouTube videos abound. I find Singer manuals maddening in that the English version is on the left-hand side of the page, with French and Spanish on the right. It would be much more efficient for all users if they would put each language in its own section. The small format of this manual means the print and illustrations are quite small. I'll be looking for the manual at the Singer site so I can read it on a device which enables me to zoom in.Speaking of instructions, I'd just like to point out that this uses size 15 bobbins, not 15J as the "customers also bought" copy above might indicate. The difference is slight but if you use the wrong bobbins, you will really mess up your shuttle race. When I selected this machine, I assumed it would use 15J bobbins just like my embroidery machine, which would be super convenient. Alas, that is not the case, and it is kind of a pain. You must use Singer brand bobbins, and not cheap copies, which are not the same size. This is kind of a pain, but it's worth it to me to have all these other awesome features I never expected to own. And did I say it's purple?The Singer 9985 is the perfect companion to my Singer 580 embroidery machine. I am super thrilled that I was able to get such a high quality machine with so many awesome stitches and features for such a low price, with free shipping. Not to be snarky, but a local dealer of the expensive brands does not carry this machine in her store, and I can guess why, though she offered to special order it for me, at the full list price. *snort* If I were trying to sell a comparable machine for almost $5,000, I would not want this one sitting next to it, either. Thanks, amazon!! 5Good solid machineI have been sewing for about 3 years and have slowly worked my way up to quilts and larger projects that had simply outgrown my Brother CS6000i, which I love. Love it or not 5.5" throat makes any quilt larger than a twin a nightmare and when my older, cheaper beginner machine died I needed a new backup. I moved my CS6000i into back-up machine territory and went looking for a new primary machine.I eventually decided to give a Singer machine a go rather than another Brother just to see what I thought and since this particular model was listed as one of the better affordable machines I took the plunge.Overall I am happy that I did. The table gives lots of space and I appreciate that it is sturdier than the one on m older, smaller brother. The light is fairly bright but like most machines, they really could do a better job designing this so that we don't all go blind looking at small details. The drop in bobbin is always a nice option and I appreciate how quickly it makes bobbin changes.The machine is fairly quiet (not $900 juki/babylock/etc.quiet) and runs pretty smoothly as well. I have to admit that this machine is not that much quieter or smoother than my old Brother CS6000i and I was disappointed in that. For double the price I expected a smoother performance. The low shank foot makes for easy changes which is always a great thing.The number of stitches is great. That said, I found the instructions on accessing them and what the mirroring stitches do to be lacking. I suspect this machine is capable of more than I know but the instructions are basic and leave the discovery up to you. Well, I generally am not looking to sit at my machine and spend hours upon hours trying to figure out what buttons do what in which stitches, etc. Perhaps there are just more options than I personally need. I do believe there is a series of Youtube videos a woman made on this machine, I'd advise finding it.My least favorite things: The lettering stitches work well although I found myself wishing I could make them a touch bigger. Most of the embroidery stitches are a bit 'thin' and would likely look better if you doubled the thread. the lack of detailed instructions to use the special features. I find myself often having to tinker with the tension which can be annoying. The cover for the bobbin area feels like the little tab that holds it in could break off if you aren't careful trying to remove it. The automatic needle threader is fussy and you have to have the needle all the way up for it to work very well.My most favorite things: The thread cutter-this is awesome! The stability of the table is great. The throat space is better than what I had and the variety of stitches is great. The button hole feet work well and I do love that it is sturdy. This machine is heavier than my last so it stays put on the table better than my old one.Overall this is a good purchase with some picky issues that are pretty personal to me. I would encourage someone to feel comfortable buying this machine as it is a good buy for the money! As for me, this will someday become my back-up when I save up for a mid or long arm for quilting. 4
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