The White Sewing Machine Company was founded in Massachusetts in 1858 by Thomas White. He later moved to Cleveland and produced the New England Sewing Machine a unit only six inches tall and nine inches long-small enough to fit into the palm of your hand. Today, the White Sewing Machine Company takes pride in its strong network of dealers, its promotional support, excellent customer service, educational programs and its high-quality White Sewing Machines. White makes a complete line of sewing machines, embroidery machines and sergers.

The White Sew Cute models are tiny sewing machines that run on 4 "AA" batteries or with an AC adapter. These mini machines are available in three different colors. They sew a durable, locking straight stitch. They are great for quick mending or sewing and are both easy to store and easy to use.

The White 1418 is a classic model sewing machine with all the basic features. This model, intended for the new sewer, performs basic stitches and includes the 10 most requested presser feet to perform all sewing basics. White includes a "how to" video with the machine to give a comprehensive tutorial to first time sewers.

The White D'Lite model is for sewers of all skill levels because of it packs deluxe features in a compact, portable and affordable package. This computerized sewing machine has 66 built-in stitches and over 100 stitch functions. Stitches are easily selected with the touch of a button on the LCD control panel. It is easy to use with its lay-in threading feature and built-in needle threader.

White's FashionAire line is intended for a more advanced sewer. This line allows creative sewing with advanced features like one-step buttonholer and built-in basic, decorative and stretch stitches. This machine is easy to operate by both new and experienced sewers.

White prides itself on supporting and educating its customers. White stands behind its wide-range of products and will help even a new sewer create like a pro.

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