Michley LSS-505 Lil’ Sew & Sew Multi-Purpose Sewing Machine with Built-In Stitches

June 8, 2013 - Comment

TheLSS-505 from Michley is a multi-purpose sewing machine that features double thread, double speed, 8 built-in stitch patterns, forward and reverse sewing and automatic thread rewind. Sews sleeves and had a built-in sewing light. Use hand switch or foot pedal to start. Drawer, thread cutter, foot pedal, adaptor, and thread bag included. Uses DC 6V

TheLSS-505 from Michley is a multi-purpose sewing machine that features double thread, double speed, 8 built-in stitch patterns, forward and reverse sewing and automatic thread rewind. Sews sleeves and had a built-in sewing light. Use hand switch or foot pedal to start. Drawer, thread cutter, foot pedal, adaptor, and thread bag included. Uses DC 6V power.

Product Features

  • Multi-purpose sewing machine with 8 built-in stitch patterns
  • Double thread; double speed; forward and reverse sewing
  • Can sew sleeves; automatic thread rewind; LED sewing light
  • Includes 2 thread spools, 2 bobbins, needle, threader, foot pedal, and AC adaptor
  • Measures approximately 10-4/5 by 4-4/5 by 10-1/5 inches

Comments

reameth says:

Convinced! At first I was a little wary with all the reviews. Some said it did not work. Some said bobbins were a problem. I waited a month or so and used it extensively before I decided to review it so it would be accurate.Firstly, the machine is very easy to thread. There is an instructional video on their website: […] (Look for LSS 505 under ‘Sewing Machines’)This was extremely helpful for me as it was the first time I’ve ever owned/used a sewing machine in my life and did not for the life of me understand the intricacies of threading and tension. Make sure you follow the threading instructions to the key, or the machine will jam. Threading it the right way will solve this problem.Secondly, the machine has a bobbin winder with an instructional pamphlet on how to get it working (again, a necessity for a sewing dummy like me). I got it working just fine and substituted the bobbins with the thread I actually wanted.Thirdly, all of…

Hotside says:

Not bad I didn’t want an expensive sewing machine. I just wanted to hem my boy’s pants which are always too long, and it works for that. The instructions are pretty bad but with a little help from Youtube I figured it out. I was able to rethread the bobbins and use the thread I had without any problem. I think if I, who has never used a sewing machine in his life can figure it out, just about anybody can.

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