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e are all mesmerized by the exquisite details
and colors of the flower of all flowers - the rose!
Garden walls and trellises are no match for these
vigorously climbing roses. Just like the rose itself,
the EDEN ROSE™ sewing machines bloom with
special built-in features which allow you to climb
to new sewing heights.
The EDEN ROSE™ 250C sewing machine
offers many beautiful decorative stitches as
well as alphabets. Using a Twin Needle adds
an extra dimension of detail.
This charming Napkin Ring was made using
the Free Presser Foot Kit that comes with
the machine! Find instructions on
the ”pipe” gives you
beautiful edgings on
inspiration, check out
Presser Foot Kit
Gathering Foot to
in no time!
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About the Husqvarna Eden 250C
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Below, you will find the most frequently asked questions about the Husqvarna Eden 250C.
What size needle should I use?
Which size of needle you can best use depends on the thickness of the fabric you use. With a thick fabric you should use a thick needle. The packaging of your needle states for which substances your needle is suitable.
How long does a sewing needle last?
Generally, a sewing needle lasts about 7 to 9 hours.
Why does the needle break while sewing?
There can be several causes for needle breakage:
- Not using the right needle for the right fabric
- The needle is set too low
- The fabric is not properly guided
- The bobbin case is not inserted correctly