12 Days of Christmas Day 9 Singer Heavy Duty 4411 Machine

Happy Thursday and welcome back to the 12 Days Of Christmas Giveaways from Sew News and Creative Machine Embroidery! Let’s not lose a minute and get to today’s prize and yesterday’s winner!

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Today we’re giving away the 4411 Heavy Duty Sewing Machine from Singer!

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This SINGER® HEAVY DUTY sewing machine is a true workhorse. With a heavy duty metal interior frame, stainless steel bed plate, extra-high sewing speed and powerful motor, it can sew through just about anything you throw at it. Convenience features including top drop-in bobbin, fully automatic 4-step buttonhole and drop feed for free motion sewing adds a new dimension of ease to heavy duty sewing.

All you have to do to enter to win this prize is answer the following question in the comments section below:

“What is the hardest/difficult fabric you’ve had to sew with?”

And, the winner from yesterday’s contest is TJ H.! TJ H. I will be in touch with you shortly to tell you how to claim your prize.

Visit the Creative Machine Embroidery blog tomorrow to find out if you won today’s prize, and for another chance to win!

Jill

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 12 Days of Christmas Day 9 Singer Heavy Duty 4411 Machine

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421 Responses to 12 Days of Christmas Day 9 Singer Heavy Duty 4411 Machine

  1. Mary Nichols says:

    Leather and vinyl together. When my son was wrestling, I’d made trunks for him with complex mottos and logos. UGH.

  2. Linda Brown says:

    I would say silk and heavy fleece……

  3. kandy miller says:

    Fur! Absolutely my biggest, most frustrating fabric to sew.

  4. s.m.i izzath says:

    it is net and satin together

  5. s.m.i izzath says:

    it is net and satin

  6. I did stitched two bit of thick sheepskin!!!!!! when been doing Christmas sleepers for my daughter

  7. Linda bouska says:

    The hardest fabric I had to sew was repairing a leather motorcycle jacket, and replacing the zipper

  8. Linda bouska says:

    The hardest fabric I had to sew was repairing a leather motorcycle jacket!

  9. Linda Crawford says:

    Sheer cutaway fabric. Would love to win

  10. Patricia Newhouse says:

    The hardest has been seeing heavy fabric pleated drapes, true booger bear! Thanks for the giveaway, fingers crossed this will make it under my tree! I have a lot more drapes to sew and sure could use this!

  11. Jessica Frehner says:

    Stretch Pleather. There are no words.

  12. Sue says:

    Satin! It’s a slippery bugger!!

  13. char kisch says:

    Sheer tricot and lace

  14. Ellee says:

    Fake fur for sure! Not likely I’ll attempt it ever again.

  15. Jan Hvizdos says:

    My most challenging material was when I used organza for a project and realized that tissue paper was my best friend.

  16. amy says:

    I”m pretty new to sewing but I would say denim is the hardest so far!

  17. Lynne Vann says:

    I see a lot for weddings and special occasions. That being said, with all the “difficult” fabric involved with that type sewing, my worst fabric yet was furry yardage used to make the stable animals for a Christmas play our youth dept did at our church 2 yrs ago It was bulky, fuzzy, hid pins, broke needles!!! No fun!!!

  18. Carol Womack says:

    Mixing stretchy suede-like fabric with cotton. Makes a nice border for a quilt and it feels great, but it shifts….

  19. Heidi Bradfield says:

    Trying to wrangle a down filled coat through the machine for repairs/alterations isn’t fun, too puffy! You can stabilize slippery fabrics or shave fur seam allowances but you can’t make puffy go away, lol.

  20. Leather recycled from a sofa. A lot thicker than I expected it to be. Messed up my sewing machine :(

  21. a quilt made of old denim jeans!!!

  22. Gabriele says:

    Leather and Jean fabric.

  23. Debbie B says:

    definitely certain denims. lots of needle breaking and bad language ; )

  24. Fiunna Majid says:

    Ive only been sewing for the last 12 months or so so havnt experienced with a vast majority of fabrics but for me silk has to be the hardest so far. It is very slippery so dufficult to keep in place. But hey, practise makes perfect so I intend to do lots of practising with it.

  25. Vicky Kelley says:

    Leather and some silks.

  26. Marie Gulish says:

    Hardest fabric would have to be leather for me. Several layers making costumes for a play.

  27. Susan Sayers says:

    It would be Cordura w/ polypropylene webbing.

  28. ANDREA HUSHON says:

    Has to be denim

  29. Michelle Taylor says:

    Knits..still trying to master sewing with them…

  30. Derenda Laws says:

    Velvet is the hardest for me to sew, it keeps shifting if you aren’t really careful with it.

  31. debbie says:

    Slippery fabrics give me a headache like lame or satin. Thanks for the great giveaway. I would love it.

  32. Tom Cranford says:

    i have always dreaded sewing with Minky material. Even though I pin the material to death it always seems the material just won’t stop moving.
    Thanks so much for the opportunity to participate in the give away!
    Tom C.
    tomdcranford@yahoo.com

  33. Lourdes Arrowsmith says:

    The hardest fabric for me was silk. It slipped every which way.

  34. Lourdes Arrowsmith says:

    The hardest fabric for me was silk. It slipped every which way.

  35. Jacqui says:

    The most difficult fabric I’ve worked with is shimmery metallic organza it was an absolute B!! Lol xx

  36. Jane Bowen says:

    Denim. .blue jeans are hard to repair or alter

  37. Christie W says:

    Chiffon!

  38. Rachel Kurtz says:

    The most difficult time I ever had was with a very slippery crepe de chine.

  39. Anne Welker says:

    Minkee and chenille. Keep the vacuum handy!!

  40. Penelope Nieznanski says:

    Naughtier! Cushions with piping. Not a fun job. Replacing zippers, in heavy winter jackets.

  41. Penelope Nieznanski says:

    Naughtier! Cushions with piping. Not a fun job. Replacing zippers, in heavy winter jackets.

  42. Marsha says:

    Tapestry

  43. Cindy W. says:

    I find satin too slippery to sew. It is possible but it takes a lot of pins and patience.

  44. Katherine Scoggins says:

    Tissue Lame!–dulls needles and then gets pulls from the dull needle.

  45. hester says:

    Denim!!

  46. Josie says:

    Silk is the most difficult fabric that I have had sewed with.

  47. Judy G says:

    Fake fur is the worst.

  48. Theda says:

    Replacing zippers in leather coats and in insulated “Carheart” insulated coveralls. Followed closely by spandex!!!

  49. Will M says:

    Faux Fur, it’s a nightmare!