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Sew easy knitting machine Item # 7525 has and is made by natural science industries, but doesn't appear in any of your website info. This is the 2nd one of these I have had. The first was purchased 2nd hand so didn't have the feeder, but the 2nd one does. This product has horrible instructions. Supposed to be for ages 8 and up, but my husband (who is an engineer) or I can't understand how to thread it. Is a video showing this anywhere on your website. I am extremely disappointed with this product

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Silver sewing machine

Viscount was acquired by the Sliver Co.. I found this website where you can contact them directly. There is a link at the very top right..for Viscount/ Silver machines...

Silver Knitting machines Ltd
Units D & E Rectory Business Centre,
Rectory Road, Rushden,
Northants. NN10 0AG
TEL: 01933 311888
FAX: 01933 312888
EMAIL: <~~ use this link to contact them

Our mission at Silver Viscount is to provide the best in the textile industry. We offer Sewing Machines and Overlockers, Knitting Machines and a complete range of Yarns and Accessories Click here to enter the Silver Viscount on-line Shop Company ProfileSilver Viscount was formed in 1990. Originally based in Mitcham, Surrey, the company moved to Bedford in 1999. In January 2001 continued expansion saw Silver Viscount move to new offices and warehouse facilities in Rushden, Northamptonshire.
Our extensive range of Silver Sewing Machines, Overlockers and Steam Presses are distributed throughout the UK and abroad. All have obtained an enviable reputation for both quality and reliability. Silver Viscount are distributors throughout the UK and Europe of Silver Reed Knitting Machines, the only major knitting machine manufacturer in the world today.
A huge stock of accessories and spare parts is available which together with our experienced after-sales service department provides support and back up for both the Silver and Silver Reed brands.
We also supply a variety of generic sewing and knitting machine parts, accessories, threads, needles and general haberdashery alongside our range of Forsell Yarns.
Units D & E Rectory Business Centre,
Rectory Road, Rushden,
Northants. NN10 0AG
Tel: 01933 311888 Fax: 01933 312888
Registered in England, Reg No.: 2558902 at address above

Silver Sewing Machines
Units D & E, Rectory Road Business Centre
Rectory Road
Northamptonshire NN10 0AG Tel: 01933 311888

Silver Sewing Machines
Units D & E, Rectory Road Business Centre
Rectory Road
Northamptonshire NN10 0AG Tel: 01933 311888

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Where can I buy a needle bar for Yamata FY 5813 industrial sewing machine?

How about an industrial sewing machine supply? Allparts has some parts for Yamata... great folks to work with.

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I am trying to get my singer futura ce-100 to be compatable with my windows vista home computer. i only need to do regular sewing with it. I want to be able to sew stretchy material.

If you are only sewing garments and in particular, knits why do you need your machine to be compatible with your PC? It should not be necessary unless you wanted to stitch out digitised machine embroidery patterns, something I've never done in 30 years of dressmaking.

To sew knits you need ball point needles, in an appropriate size for the fabric weight. Good guide to sewing machine needles is here -

On knits you need either a very small zig zag stitch or your machine may have a stretch stitch where the fabric is moved forwards and backwards a little to put some stretch into the seam. Also use polyester thread. You need the ballpoint needle as it pushes between the fabric fibres rather than piercing them, imporant with knits to prevent the seam from popping/breaking when under stress.

For hems you can use a twin needle on the top of the fabric, this gives a nice finish to the seam and also some elasticity as the underneath bobbin thread forms into a zig zag to connect with the twin needle on top.

I would suggest that you visit the website or this link for lots of quick sewing tips for knits like attaching rib jersey for necklines and cuffs that speed up the sewing and give results similar to ready to wear. I bought their "Sewing for Toddlers" and "Sewing for Children" books and traced off patterns for PJ's, track pants and sweat tops and made loads of clothes for my boys from this one book, it is a great resource for knit sewing. They have other books too for adults.

Anything you need in terms of selecting stitches on your sewing machine should be in the instruction booklet, but how you use those stitches and assembly garments is best learnt from taking sewing classes or a good sewing book.

Other useful websites for sewers are, and - there is also a yahoo user group called "FuturaEmbroidery" of fellow Singer Futura sewing machine owners that you may wish to join, often can pick up lots of helpful info and advise from fellow owners.

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My singer does'nt do dverlockWhat can I do ?

No sewing machine does a true overlock stitch, that is what sergers are for, they trim and form a stitch on the edge of the fabric using 1 or 2 needles and two loopers. Costs more for an additional machine but the finish is much more like a shop bought item.


Some sewing machines have an overcasting or interlock stitch which looks like stitch 10 in this picture above. Your machine may have this stitch?

If not, does it have a three step zig zag? It looks like a zig zag but the needle goes into the fabric three times as it forms each leg of the zig zag. This stitch is great for neatening a raw edge and I use this a lot myself. Especially on wovens as it is always faster to seam with this rather than the overcasting stitch where the feed dogs move the fabric forwards, then backwards, then forward to make the stitch.

The sewing machine made overcasting stitch can be used to sew knit fabrics, attach rib around an neck line and neaten raw edges but it is always going to take longer than a serger and there is no trimming function so its never going to look like a shop made overlocked item. However, you can sew knit fabrics with a sewing macine with a bit of patience as long as the machine has some "Forwards/backwards" type stitches as these put elasticity into the seams - if you seam knit with a straight stitch, seams can break when under tension during wear.

And use a twin stretch needle and straight sttich to sew the hems, this looks a bit like a cover stitch and has a bit of give in it too.

Hope this helps you a little. You can find some good sewing general info on or invest in a good sewing book. I refer to my Vogue Sewing Manual and my Singer Sewing Secrets often. Or take a sewing class, its a great way to learn new things, get enthused and have fun.

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Need manual please help

This is the manual in pdf form.

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Bond Knitting Machine

I have a manual for the sweater machine, maybe I can help e-mail me at

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