I haven't a sewing cabinet. I use a five foot office work table that I have drilled holes into for the cord.
However, I see no reason why this would not fit into a cabinet.
I have finally begun to use the machine though threading is so different than what I had been doing most my life I still have not mastered it myself. I sewed until something made the thread broke; then I was 'dead in the water;' humiliating.
It is very difficult to thread and the automatic threading is for the needle itself, and useless. The instructions say to thread from the back--the eye-hole faces you--but this is very difficult. It worked for my friend to thread from the front.
answered 1 year, 5 months ago
It really depends on your cabinet.
The Classic does have a mounting bracket.
Here are instructions on how to secure your machine to a cabinet.
If you turn the machine over, you will see 2 mounting brackets in the center base of the machine; these are screw openings where the mounting bolts will fit. You will need to purchase 2 mounting screws. These mounting screws will fit in the openings located in the base of the machine and then will attach to the base of your cabinet. You can purchase the mounting screws from one of the following locations. The part number is 969074.
Please contact your local Singer Sewing Specialty Retailer. To find a location near you go to our website at www.singerco.com and click on “Where to Buy” and then enter your zip code.
If you have already contacted a local dealer, one of the following Singer Service Centers may be able to help you. All offer mail order service. If you give them a call, they can provide pricing, shipping costs and product availability.
Syracuse, New York - 1-800-321-7397 (toll free) St. Petersburg, Florida - 727-528-6963 Union, New Jersey - 1-866-281-1220 (toll free) Paramount, California - 562-531-6352
answered 1 year, 6 months ago