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. Claire Perry says:

    Leather, needed to repair a rip and found this most difficult to sew. Heavy duty sewing machine defiantly would of helped.

  2. Gigi says:

    Very badly need this machine to sew leather, which has been by far the most difficult due to sheer physics of the enterprise~ please let me win, Santa! :) And, Merry Christmas!

  3. Linda Brown says:

    Sheer

  4. Judi Casadei says:

    Trouble right now! Three layers of 12 oz. spa quality terry velour. I’ve tried all three of my machines and it is not working and I can’t afford a new machine.

  5. Mama Lusco says:

    Chiffon is a challenge for me!

  6. Terri maland says:

    The hardest for me is doing a rolled hem on satin dresses

  7. Denim is very hard when you get to the seams. Velvet and other fuzzy fabric is my downfall. Sew any of that type and I can`t breathe. But love to sew.

  8. Babs Jenkins says:

    My biggest nightmare was very fine silk chiffon. I bought a full roll to make a 2 tier veil/train for my daughters wedding day. Can you picture the scene? Me at the machine stitching this silk chiffon, my daughter standing behind me in her wedding dress with flowers in her arms, looking out of the window at the driver of her limo checking his watch. They do say the cobblers children go barefoot, well this sewers daughter nearly went bare headed. I say NEARLY. I did finish before the driver gave up and went home – and my daughter looked absolutely amazing.

  9. HEATHER says:

    denim and velvet

  10. Priscilla says:

    Denim is the most difficult fabric I’ve had to work with.

  11. Sharon fisher says:

    Lame! I had to use some on a PowerRangers costume for my nephew. It was a nightmare!

  12. Leather it was so difficult!

  13. Leather, so difficult!

  14. Suzanne Caruso says:

    Denim. I have done a lot of heming up of jeans and it has broken many needles.

  15. Janie Manus says:

    Satiny fabric for a fairy costume. I used a ton of pins!

  16. Janet adam says:

    Satin

  17. Debbie Lovas says:

    It’s a tie between tissue lame and heavy duty canvas. Frustrating. Thank you for the opportunity for a chance to win such a wonderful machine. Merry Christmas!

  18. Lee Wells in KS says:

    The fabric that was the most difficult to work with? I’m not sure; there are several possibilities. Denim (replacing a jeans zipper; shortening overalls) Upholstery fabric for re-upholstering an armchair. Velvet, maybe? Sewing through about 8 layers of dacron/cotton bottomweight where the side pockets meet the waistband on trousers. The denim was a favor for neighbors. The trouser waistbands are for my husband, who cannot wear store bought pants without extensive alteration. Sewing from fabric is easier than taking apart and putting back together.

  19. Cathy Koos Breazeal says:

    Most difficult fabric to work with — silk
    Hardest to work with — Dacron sail cloth for a hang-glider!

  20. Nancy Hilderbrand says:

    The hardest material I ever worked with is chiffon
    It slithers .

  21. Jacqueline Daily says:

    Corduroy!!!

  22. Jenna Taylor says:

    I tried running a faux fur through my machine… I now need a new machine! Ugh!

  23. Ruth Ruane says:

    The most difficult fabric I’ve had to work with is velvet. Lace is pretty tricky too.

  24. Karen Young says:

    Heavy drapery material.

  25. Johnne says:

    It was a heavy denim quilt that someone else made for my parents. The dog chewed it up in areas and I tried to repair it. It broke my machine! Thank you for the opportunity to win one. :-)

  26. Stella Rodriguez says:

    Tissue lame.

  27. Cathy Harrell says:

    the hardest material I ever sewed was leather- sewing my kids shoes back together when they came apart on my 40 year old machine. But it was fun!

  28. anna brown says:

    Velvet…… so hate it lol…………..

  29. Kaaren Rees says:

    Canvas when making a boat cover.

  30. Cheryl Hovey says:

    For me duck & leather but I have a pretty light weight inexpensive machine. I pretty much have to stick with quilting cotton.

  31. Linda Weaver says:

    A cotton-spandex blend. I had never worked with stretchy fabrics before, and I really made a mess of it at first.

  32. Cheryl Huffman says:

    Silk

  33. Sonja mclane says:

    Thick block corner in cotton. But, I am going to be sewing my first deer hide soon so I could really use this machine!!!! sonjasmith76@yahoo.com

  34. Dixie Dot says:

    Most definitely waterproof pvc, slides everywhere and couldn’t keep a straight line for the life of me!

  35. Natalie says:

    What an awesome giveaway, thank you.
    I am new to sewing, I would say denim or knits. Learning! :)

  36. Sharon Grant says:

    Upcycling bib overalls. Need that heavy duty motor!

  37. Deb Taylor says:

    Denim!

  38. Beth says:

    Multiple layers of denim and canvas!

  39. Allison CB says:

    Sail cloth for real sails! :)

  40. janice urffer says:

    Satin ravels so much

  41. Betty king says:

    chiffon

  42. The most difficult fabric I habe worked on was satin, slippery.

  43. S.Simmons says:

    Vinyl

  44. Dahalma says:

    I would have to say Satin is been the hardest. It`s incredibly slippery and a real work to keep the stitch steady.

  45. Lisa May says:

    Layers of canvas while making a field pavilion. Really could have used a more heavy duty machine!

  46. Kathy Haney says:

    Satin….I hated it!

  47. Doris Turbes says:

    Very stretchy sweater knit.

  48. Tina Allen says:

    Denim is the hardest so far.

  49. Belinda Hicks says:

    Canvas