The development of the world's textile industry has promoted the development of sewing machines. The world's first sewing machine is the American carpenter Thomas·Saite invented it, which is a single-thread chain stitch hand sewing machine for making holes first, then threading, and sewing leather shoes. His invention laid the foundation for the development of the sewing machine industry. After this French tailor B·Timonnier invents the chainstitch sewing machine with hook.
Following B·After Timonier, the American worker I.M. Singer invented the lock stitch sewing machine and established the Singer Company. Later, he launched the pedal sewing machine, which was driven by an electric motor. Singer was the first company in the United States to start producing sewing machines. , and has been monopolizing the world's sewing machine market for a long time. After Singer, the Swiss Elna company invented a portable household sewing machine with a built-in motor, and then developed a household multifunctional sewing machine. After World War II, the world's industry developed rapidly. Most enterprises began to produce industrial sewing machines, and industrial sewing machines began to enter the world market and enter large and small factories.