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Invented during the first Industrial Revolution sewing machines changed the scale at which clothes could be made, imagine on average a shirt took about 14 hours to stitch by hand and with the machine the same could be achieved in minutes! Far from the standard Singer sewing machine times, today there are so many variations available to people like handheld portable versions to overall smaller sized ones. Even the more heavy-duty Juki machine that is more common at industrial levels or for tougher cloth, like denim.
Quite a handy tool to have around the house for when seams come apart, aiding in extending the life of clothes. There are versions that have to be manually operated but today as with most things sewing machines are also using electricity to work at higher speeds. Unlike a regular needle, the eye is closer to the point of a sewing machine needle and as it moves in and out of the cloth while pushing a thread through the layers of fabric it attaches to another thread at the bottom from a bobbin. When the thread is pushed through the fabric layers the take-up lever drops down releasing the tension in the thread so the bobbin hook can grab it and loop it as it attaches another thread at the base so the stitch is complete and tight. This is the most simple stitch called a 'lock stitch', there are a host of other kinds of stitches that machines can employ depending on your need. But not every sewing machine can do that, some make just the most basic stitch and others have the options to make more complex stitches like the 'zigzag stitch' or the 'overlock stitch'.
Picking one depends on what all kinds of work you may need it to do for you, like the material you need to stitch or what kinds of stitches you would need and how portable you want it to be.