NEW Singer Quantum Stylist 9985 Computerized Sewing Machine Giveaway

It's time for another giveaway! – just in time for summer.  It's been almost six months since our last giveaway where Kathy P. from Secaucus, New Jersey won the new Husqvarna Viking Jade 20 sewing machine. 

And this time, have we've got something very special for you.

The Singer Quantum Stylist 9985 is considered by some to be the best sewing machine ever made (at it's price point, of course). Even being compared to some Bernina's which sell for thousands more. It's actually hard for me to say this since you know how much I love Bernina..

This machine has a crazy 960 built-in stitches and can sew at 850 stitches per minute. It is perfect for both beginners and more experienced sewists and comes from one of the most storied brands in sewing machines — Singer.

About Singer

Singer Corporation is an American manufacturer of consumer sewing machines, first established as I. M. Singer & Co. in 1851 by Isaac M. Singer with New York lawyer Edward C. Clark. Best known for its sewing machines, it was renamed Singer Manufacturing Company in 1865, then the Singer Company in 1963. It is based in La Vergne, Tennessee, near Nashville. Its first large factory for mass production was built in 1863 in Elizabeth, New Jersey.[1]

Souce: Wikipedia

We're delighted to have this opportunity to give away one of Singer's most popular computerized sewing machines.

Let's have a closer look at the Quantum Stylist 9985

This machine is also currently available at Amazon at a slight discount to the $649.99 RRP if you just can't wait.. but Amazon is also a great place to go to check out all the reviews and advice on this machine if you're going to hold out for the giveaway.  Feel free to click below to check it out!

You'll find many 5-star reviews like this one around the web:

Click to read more.

In fact, the overall rating and the ratio of 5-star reviews is one of the best we've ever seen, especially considering that there is a whopping 5,934 reviews posted.

Click to read more.

If you really want a good overview of this machine, have a quick look at this video in which the author calls the Quantum Stylist 9985 the BEST sewing machine EVER!:

Ends June 20th

The giveaway for the Singer Quantum Stylist 9985 sewing machine will conclude on Sunday, June 20th -which also happens to be the longest day of the year in the northern hemisphere and the shortest for us here in the south, so a good occasion to celebrate!

We'll be announcing the winner via our weekly Sunday newsletter email list so please make sure to sign up if you want to hear right away.

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ENTRY FORM AT BOTTOM OF PAGE

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There are a couple of different ways to enter.  Make sure you get in as many entries as possible to increase your chances.  We'll be adding more ways to enter as the contest progresses so please check back from time to time.  As always, the best way to really improve your chances is to enter daily and use the button to share the contest with your friends.  You'll get a free entry each time they enter using your link.

Our sponsor has stepped up to cover international shipping (you'll need to pay local import duties if any) so this contest is open WORLDWIDE!  However, please keep in mind that this machine is shipping from the US and so will have a 110v motor.  If you live in a country with 230 or 240v power, it should be pretty easy to get a transformer, but please just keep this in mind.

Enter HERE

Singer Quantum Stylist 9985 Giveaway

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Nancy
Nancy

I would make quilts, pot holders, make special gifts for the neonatal unit here and at IWK. and for my loved ones.

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This giveaway has ended! Kind Regards,

Kendra
Kendra

I would make a nice pair of pajama shorts for the summer.

Linda
Linda

I’d like to make children’s pajamas with the Shannon Embrace Double Gauze La-La-Llama Blush fabric.

Robin E
Robin E

I love this fabric. Would make a matching burp cloth, baby blanket and bib set.

linda p
linda p

baby quilt

SCOTT BRUNSKILL
SCOTT BRUNSKILL

Matching quiilt cover and cutains

Vikki Billings
Vikki Billings

I would make a baby blanket for my new grandchild.

Constance Hallberg
Constance Hallberg

I would make curtains for my new kitchen.

Linda
Linda

I would make a summery maxi-skirt and matching head band

Ruth Hampson
Ruth Hampson

I would make a peasant blouse.

Cheryl Diedrich
Cheryl Diedrich

I would definitely make a summer romper for the new baby we are about to welcome into the world

Becky R Bernard
Becky R Bernard

would be a perfect beach cover for the granddaughters!!!

Carmel
Carmel

A memory blanket for my graduate headed to college in a couple of months.

LizT
LizT

Light matching wrap tops for mom and kids. Cute pattern!

Brenda Elsner
Brenda Elsner

I would make some baby blankets!!!

Jude Bates
Jude Bates

a robe

Cristiane Rios Heck
Cristiane Rios Heck

a beautiful fresh nightgown for my goddaughter!

Linda Sapp
Linda Sapp

It would be an honor to win such a wonderful, beautiful workhorse with which to make my quilts. Thanks for the opportunity (altho slim) to be a winner.

Sharon Aurora
Sharon Aurora

oversized nightgown

Karen
Karen

Girls dress.

Shirley
Shirley

I’d make a tee

Adrienne Dold
Adrienne Dold

A baby blanket

Garilyn
Garilyn

This would make a cute top!

Christina Horvath
Christina Horvath

I would make my 5yr. old granddaughter a perfect beach dress to go over her swimwear .

Judith Martinez
Judith Martinez

I think a peasant dress could be cute in that fabric.

Dolores M Alter
Dolores M Alter

Love your ideas! Always an inspiration to get back to sewing.

Laurel
Laurel

Ooooh, something fun for my 3 year old granddaughter, she loves llamas!

Eve
Eve

flouncy culottes

Laubere
Laubere

I’d make matching tops for my baby and me!

Kay
Kay

A kimono style wrap

Mary Brack
Mary Brack

I would definitely make a light and airy summer top with a ruffled neckline.

Trish F
Trish F

I would make a cute summer jumper for my 4 yr old grand niece.

Jeri Fisher
Jeri Fisher

I would love to add this wonderful sewing machine to my sewing room! I would make some linen clothing for myself, as well as my grandchildren.

Alana LeSueur
Alana LeSueur

I am truly sticking with my first decision to make a baby blanket throw for my friend’s daughter who is about to give birth in July.

Al Crawford
Al Crawford

This fabric is so airy looking and light….i bike a lot …it would function well as a bikini top coverup halter style overtop, with its length just above hip level. the loose gauze weave would allow a muted view of bikini, but not so much to leave you feeling overly “exposed”….and the print is very playful so it lends itself well to this purpose!

Lorie
Lorie

a summer skirt

EMMA L HORTON
EMMA L HORTON

TODAY, I WOULD MAKE CURTAINS FOR THE NURSERY.

Jennifer Bussie
Jennifer Bussie

Super cute fabric! I would make a swaddle blanket for my granddaughter & PJs to match for both granddaughters

Janie
Janie

Blankets for the great grand babies to come!

Pauline Adderley
Pauline Adderley

I think this fabric would make a nice little clutch bag, to match the skirt I would make with it.

Polly

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