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singer machine
As an art, hand sewing can be traced back to over twenty thousand years ago though it still
remains to be one of the oldest inventions today. Traditionally, the first sewing needles were
made out of animal horns and bones while the threads were made out of animal's sinews. Later
on, iron needles were invented in the fourteenth century followed by the first eye needle which
made its appearance in the fifteenth century.
How Was Mechanical Sewing Invented?
The invention of the eye needle resulted in a great revolution in the whole traditional sewing
industries culminating in the birth of sewing machines. The first sewing machines were first
invented in Europe and it advancement took roots in other countries which also begun to invent
similar machines. Since then, several attempts have been made to improve the sewing machines.
One of the oldest sewing company's still thriving is Singer Sewing Machines Company.
The Singer's History
Despite the first initial attempts to improve sewing machines, only one made the cut so easily.
Until 1850's sewing machines remained at lower production levels due to their inefficiency to
produce much since improvements were still due. In late 1850's, Isaac Singer successfully made
the first commercial machine that translated the sewing industries into mass production.
Singer Company
The first singer corporation came up in 1851 as I.M. Singer & Co. through Isaac Singer together
with Edward Clark who was from New York. This corporation is considered to be producing the
best quality sewing machines in America and 1865; its name was rebranded to Singer
Manufacturing Machine. But currently the company is known as The Singer Company. Even
though the mass company was first established in New Jersey, but it has been able to build its
reputation of producing quality sewing machine globally and at the moment the company is based
in La Vergne in Tennessee.
The Company Today
Today, the name Singer has become very tantamount with sewing. From its very birth, the
company has been characterized by practical design and creativity in innovation even as it
continues to develop products to suit the diverse sewing levels. Having celebrated most of the
first innovations in the sewing industry such as the first zigzag machine and the first electric
machine, Singer has in the long run gained a deeper insight to confidently manufacture the
world's highly developed embroidered machines and home based sewing. Singer's production
widely expands from home décor and clothing construction to quilting as well as embroidery and
as a company; it is dedicated to helping people express their potential through sewing.
Marketplace Source
The most common known producer of sewing machine that has its market in almost every part of
the world is Singer. You can found their products globally from specialists that have been
authorized by the Singer Company. Amazingly, their products can also be purchased through
online retailers. This simply means that the Singer Machines can be found almost in every part of
the world.


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