The Singer Tradition 2250 Portable Sewing Machine is built on a sturdy metal frame. It comes with 10 built in stitches; straight, zigzag, multi-stitch zigzag, blind hem, shell tuck, elastic blind hem, crescent, rampart stitch, bridging stitch, and four step buttonhole.
The electric and foot pedal controls the speed of this machine and allows you to so at a maximum speed of up to 750 stitches per minute. It comes with a removable extension table and when removed the Singer 2250 can be used for free arm sewing. The thread tension on this machine is automatic but you can also adjust the by using a dial control. Stitch widths and lengths are also adjustable up to 5 mm.
The Singer Tradition 2250 Portable Sewing Machine has a built-in carrying handle making it easier to move the machine from one room to another or to pack it up and take it with you.
Singer Portable Sewing Machine Features and Specifications
• Product Dimensions: 15 x 7 x 12″
• Shipping Weight: 16 pounds
• Singer Portable Sewing Machine
• 10 Built-In Stitches , 10 Stitch Functions
• Reverse Operation
• Zigzag Stitch
• Free-Arm Design
• Comes with Instruction Manual
• 25-yr. Warranty
Singer 2250 Portable Sewing Machine Reviews
The reviews for the Singer Tradition 2250 Portable Sewing Machine are not very good. There are just as many one and two star reviews as their are four and five star reviews like online by people who have purchased and used this machine. The people that gave this machine a positive review said that it is a good, reliable machine that meets their needs. People also commented that the DVD that comes with the machine is quite helpful and that with the user manual and DVD, setting up and using this machine is easy.
The Singer Tradition 2250 Portable Sewing Machine is reasonably priced but some of the reviewers say that you get what you pay for in this machine is not worth it. Some of the people that gave this machine a negative review said that they had problems with the bobbin jamming and the thread looping. One reviewer said that they got to the point where they had to take apart every five minutes to understand the bobbin and that it is really not worth the trouble.
The jamming problem seems to be pretty universal between all of the negative reviews. It jams so often that it’s nearly impossible to finish a project. Our research suggests that if you were considering this particular sewing machine it would be a good idea to move onto the next one on your list.