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Comprehensive Singer Model List (4)

The data was compiled, wherever possible, from Singer documents, service manuals, etc. Speeds shown are maximum and will depend on the materials being sewn.

Click on any 'live' model number for a picture. All graphics of the featured machines are Singer's copyright. Photographs courtesy of ISMACS News, Mike Anderson, Pat Nordmark, Bernard Pokorski, West Dunbartonshire Libraries and Museums, Linda Winkens, the London Sewing Machine Museum. Errors and omissions: [email protected]

Updated: January 2012

(Classes 1 to 99) (Classes 100 to 199) (Classes 200 to 299) (Classes 400 to 499) (Classes 500 to 9999)

Classes 300 to 399

CLASS/
VARIETY

DATES USAGE DESCRIPTION NEEDLE
300W (class) Industrial Compound feed (needle and drop feeds). Can be fitted with one needle and one looper for single row of two thread chain stitching, or two or more needles and corresponding number of loopers for two or more parallel rows. Automatic oiling system. Speed 4500 RPM. For attaching bibs to overalls, seaming overalls and work pants, banding dungarees, etc. in medium to heavy weight materials. -
300W101 Industrial Two thread chainstitch. One needle one looper. Compound feed. Max stitch 4 to the inch. Automatic oiling. Speed 4500 RPM. For welting, binding mattresses, etc. in medium and heavy fabrics; for binding and attaching bibs to dungarees; stitching canvas goods, etc.  62x57, 62xs37, 62xs51
300W102 Industrial Puller feed. Two thread chain stitch. One needle, One looper. Compound feed. Max stitch 4 to the inch. For welting. Binding mattresses and seaming medium and heavy fabrics. 62x57, 62xs37
300W103 Industrial One needle, One looper. Two thread chain stitch. Compound feed. Max stitch 3 to the inch. 4000 RPM. Automatic lubrication. For stitching tarpaulins, tents, seat covers and similar in medium and heavy fabrics. 62x59 (medium heavy work; 62x57 (medium light work).
300W201 Industrial See 300W (class). Two needles, two loopers. 62x57 (3260)
300W202 Industrial Puller feed. Two thread chain stitch. One needle, Two loopers. Compound feed. Max stitch 4 to the inch. For inserting sleeves in sports shirts and similar work in medium and heavy fabrics. 62x57, 62xs37
300W203 Industrial As 300W103 but with two needles and two loopers making two parallel rows of two thread chain stitch. 62x59 (medium heavy work; 62x57 (medium light work).
300W301 Industrial See 300W class. Three needles, three loopers. 62x57, 62xs37
300W302 Industrial Puller feed. Two thread chain stitch. Three needles, One looper. Compound feed. Max stitch 4 to the inch. For awning seaming and similar work in medium and heavy fabrics. 62x57, 62xs37
300W401 Industrial See 300W class. Four needles, four loopers. 62x57 (3260)
300W402 Industrial Puller feed. Two thread chain stitch. Four needles, One looper. Compound feed. Max stitch 4 to the inch. For banding operations on work clothing and similar work. 62x57, 62xs37
301, 301A (class) 1953-59 Domestic Aluminium body. Rotary; slant needle; straight stitch; int. motor, reverse. Two-Tone, black, tan. (Download manual) 15x1
301-1 Domestic Portable family machine; horizontal rotating hook; adjustable reverse feed; with motor; short bed extension. 15x1
301-2 Domestic Portable family machine; horizontal rotating hook; adjustable reverse feed; with motor; long bed extension. For use with carrying case set #269. 15x1
301-3 Domestic Horizontal rotating hook; adjustable reverse feed; with motor. For use with school sewing and cutting table. 15x1
302W101 Industrial Elliptical bed; high speed, two-thread chain stitch. Belt driven shaft. One needle one looper. Compound feed. Max stitch 4 to the inch. Presser bar lift 3/8". Bed 16 3/4" x 7". Space to right of needle 10". For medium to heavy weight fabrics. 62x57 (3260)
302W206 Industrial Belt driven shaft. Two needles two loopers. Puller feed. Stitch length 4 to 12 to the inch. Presser bar lift 3/8". Bed 16 3/4" x 7". Space to right of needle 10". For medium to heavy weight fabrics. 62x57 (3260)
302W406 Industrial Belt driven shaft. Four needles four loopers. Puller feed. Stitch length 4 to 12 to the inch. Presser bar lift 3/8". Bed 16 3/4" x 7". Space to right of needle 10". For medium to heavy weight fabrics. 62x57 (3260)
306 1954-62 Domestic Zigzag - some take stitch cams, some don't; extnl. motor; black or beige or beige/brown 206x13
306 (class) Domestic Non automatic swing needle. (Also free arm) Aluminium; vertical rotary hook; zigzag. Ext. motor. 6 pattern discs (flat cams). Twin needle available. Tan or black. 206x13
306K22 Domestic Non automatic. For treadle. Belt driven rotary hook. Aluminium arm and bed; straight, zigzag and ornamental stitching; max length 6 to the inch. Bed 14 5/8" x 7". Speed 1200 RPM. Presser bar lift 5/16". 206x13
306K23 Domestic As 306W22 but with Singerlight & disc handwheel. 206x13
306W24 Domestic Automatic stitch designs (supplied with 6 fashion discs). Belt driven rotary hook. Aluminium arm and bed; straight, zigzag and ornamental stitching; max length 6 to the inch. Bed 14 5/8" x 7". Speed 1200 RPM. Presser bar lift 5/16". Also takes twin needle. 206x13
306W25 Domestic As 306W24 but with Singerlight & disc handwheel. 206x13
306M Domestic As 306K in Tan 206x13
306W Domestic As 306K; tan or black 206x13
307G2 Industrial Combination zigzag. For tailoring. 135x17; 306x5
315K 1966-67 Domestic Enclosed motor; carry bag; hard-wired foot pedal; pale beige. (Photo: West Dunbartonshire Libraries and Museums) 15x1
316 (G) Domestic Flat cams.
317K 1966-69 Domestic Zigzag; enclosed motor; carry bag; hard-wired foot pedal; white. 15x1
319K 1956-62 Domestic Flatbed version of 320K; rotary hook; zigzag; 5 built-in patterns - "piano" keys for ornamental stitches plus fashion disks; ext. motor; built-in carry handle; green. (Download manual) 206x13
319K1 Domestic Reverse feed. For zigzag and straight stitching. 206x13
319K2 Domestic Reverse feed. For zigzag and straight stitching. 206x13
319W1 Domestic As 319W2, but for foot power. 206x13
319K2 Domestic Same as 319W2  
319M2   Same as 319W2  
319W2 Domestic Swing needle (zigzag); Automatic stitch designs (supplied with 5 fashion discs built in, and space for another externally.) Aluminium arm & bed. max length 6 to the inch. Bed 14 5/8" x 7". Speed 1200-1300 RPM. Presser bar lift 5/16". Single or twin needle. (Photo: Bernard Pokorski) 206x13
319W3 Domestic As 319W2 with bed extension plate and wiring for schools. 206x13
320K 1956-62 Domestic Green version is tubular bed version of 319K, vertical rotary hook; flat cams. Beige/brown version is tubular bed version of 306K. 206x13
322
324 1991-95 Domestic "Featherweight". Free arm. Utility stitches. Lightweight. taiwan.
327K 1963-65 Domestic Basic zigzag; horizontal oscillating hook; enclosed motor; green or tan. 15x1
328K 1963-65 Domestic "Stylemate"; Zigzag; horizontal oscillating hook; flat cams; hard wired pedal; enclosed motor; beige or grey. Photo: Bernard Pokorski. 15x1
329K 1963-66 Domestic "Stylemate", horizontal oscillating hook; no cams; enclosed SNK2 motor; space 7 1/8" to right of needle; 1100 RPM. Grey (tan or green?). 15x1
331K1 c1959- Industrial Single needle lockstitch; Drop feed. Speed 2,200 RPM. For suits, shirts, skirts and general work in cloth. 16x87
331K2 Industrial Single needle lockstitch; Drop feed. Speed 2,200 RPM. Roller presser. For general work in leather. Speed 2,000 RPM. 16x6
331K3 Industrial Single needle lockstitch; Drop feed. Speed 2,200 RPM. High lift. For general work in heavy cloth. Speed 2,000 RPM. 16x113
331K4 Industrial Single needle; Speed 2,200 RPM. Drop feed with reverse. For suits, shirts, skirts and general work in cloth. 16x87 & 16x95
331K5 Industrial Alternating presser feet. Single needle lockstitch; drop feed, alternating pressers. No reverse. Speed 2,000 RPM. For light leather work and medium and heavy coated materials and plain cloth. No reverse. 16x64 (leather), 16x113 (cloth)
331K6 Industrial Single needle lockstitch; Drop feed. Speed 2,000 RPM. Wheel feed. Roller presser. For leather work. Speed 2,000 RPM. 16x6
331K16 Industrial
331K101 Industrial Similar to 331K1.
336K106 Industrial 88x9 ( 1361)
336K126 Industrial 88x9 ( 1361)
336K125 Industrial 135x65 ( 1955)
336K205 Industrial 135x65 ( 1955)
337K 1964-66 Domestic Basic zigzag; horizontal oscillating hook; enclosed motor; turquoise 15x1
338K 1963-65 Domestic Basic zigzag; enclosed motor; flat cams; lt. green 15x1
339K 1965-67 Domestic Turquoise; zigzag. Enclosed motor. (Photo: West Dunbartonshire Libraries and Museums) 15x1
341K Domestic
347K 1967 Domestic Basic zigzag; horizontal oscillating hook; belt driven; enclosed motor; 900-1100 RPM.; lt. blue 15x1
348K 1967-68 Domestic Zigzag; horizontal oscillating hook; belt driven; enclosed motor; 900-1100 RPM. 9 flat cams; lt. blue 15x1
353B 1973-74 Domestic Starlet'/'Genie'. Zigzag; Apollo hook; 4 built-in stitches; encl. motor; cream; built-in carry handle; 15x1
354B 1974 Domestic Starlet'/'Genie'. Same as 353 but with 5 built-in stitches; Zigzag, elastic &  blind hem; see also 154B 15x1
357K 1967-69 Domestic Basic zigzag; enclosed motor; carry bag; hard-wired foot pedal; lt. Blue; some green/beige. (Photo: West Dunbartonshire Libraries and Museums) 15x1
358M 1978 Domestic Tubular bed; zigzag; Apollo hook; encl. motor; built in carry handle; cream/brown 15x1
359 1968-69 Domestic Blue; enclosed motor; carry bag; hard-wired foot pedal 15x1
360M 1974-79 Domestic Zigzag; built-in 4 step buttonholer; Apollo hook; encl. motor; blind hem; cream/brown 15x1
362 1974-79 Domestic Zigzag; 15x1
363 1974-79 Domestic Zigzag; stretch stitches; no cams. 15x1
367 Domestic
368M Domestic Zigzag; enclosed motor; cream 15x1
377K Domestic
378M Domestic Zigzag; Apollo hook; enclosed motor; built in carry handle; cream/brown 15x1
380
380A

(Classes 400 to 499)

(Classes 1 to 99) (Classes 100 to 199) (Classes 200 to 299) (Classes 400 to 499) (Classes 500 to 9999)

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