• Portable Handy Stitch Machine
  • Portable Handy Stitch Machine
  • Portable Handy Stitch Machine
  • Portable Handy Stitch Machine
  • Portable Handy Stitch Machine
  • Portable Handy Stitch Machine
  • Portable Handy Stitch Machine
  • Portable Handy Stitch Machine

Portable Handy Stitch Machine

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The world's first portable and cordless sewing machine ever!

Quickly and conveniently stitch together or repair any tear, rip, or hem in a matter of minutes! The days of storing a large, heavy, and clunky sewing machine are gone!

Why you will love this product:

  • No Instructions Needed - Just pick it up and start sewing!
  • Durable - Strong enough to sew through hard fabrics, such as denim.
  • Gentle Sewing - Gentle enough to be used on delicate fabrics such as silk.
  • Battery Powered
  • Fixes rips Easily - Quickly fix a rip or tear with ease!
  • On/Off Switch - Keeps you focused on sewing.
  • Tension Adjustment - Adjust tension based on different fabrics.
  • Extremely Portable - It is a sewing machine in the palm of your hand. Take it with you wherever you go!

  • Perfect for Quick Repairs: Some repairs that conventional desktop machines cannot handle, like sewing curtains while on the rod, or mending a torn pocket without having to remove your pants.
  • Perfect for Any Material: Great for silks, denim, wool, leather and crafts. You can use it to sew hanging curtains, wall hanging, etc easily.


Using the Handy Stitch:

The first step in using the Automatic Portable Handy Stitch is to load the four AA batteries. The batteries go in the compartment on the bottom. After loading the batteries, the sewer should set up the bobbin and thread the machine.

Positioning the Bobbin
Unlike a conventional sewing machine the Handy Stitch only sews with one thread. To position the thread correctly, the user should locate the bobbin holder on the side. After pulling off the bobbin holder and spring underneath it, slide on the bobbin. After carefully positioning the spring over the hole for the bobbin holder, slide the bobbin holder and bobbin into place.

Threading the Handy Stitch
The thread goes from the bobbin through the first thread guide on the needle arm, through the two plates in the tension control, and through the second thread guide at the end of the needle arm. The seamstress should use the provided needle threader to feed the thread into the eye of the needle.

After feeding the thread through the threader and the eye of the needle, we should turn the rotary once, so that the thread goes underneath the machine's fastening plate. She should lift the fastening plate, and use her seam ripper to pull the thread out from underneath.

Sewing with the Handy Stitch
 After threading, the seamstress should lift the fastening plate and insert the fabric underneath at the point where we wants the stitches to begin. The machine only sews from left to right, and does not sew in reverse. Hold the fabric with the left hand, giving it some gentle tension, and turn the machine on, using the power switch on the top. The fabric feeds by itself into the machine.

Securing Stitches with the Handy Stitch
After completing the row of stitches, the seamstress needs to make sure the stitches cannot unravel. Conventional sewing machines have a reverse stitch for this purpose, but the Handy Stitch works differently. The seamstress should turn the rotary wheel to raise the needle arm. Then, lift up the fastening plate, pull the thread out, and cut it with her seam ripper.

Then, turn the rotary wheel again so that the needle goes up and down one more time. This creates a loop in the thread on the backside of the fabric. After lifting the fastening plate again, pull the fabric out. Find the loop on the backside of the fabric, and pull that loop so that the trailing end of thread goes from the front to the back of the fabric. This prevents the stitching from unraveling.


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