The Sewing Machine was firstly invented by “Charles Fredrick Wiesenthal”. Charles was the German-born engineer who was working in England. He was awarded the first Britishpatent award for a mechanical device to aid the art of sewing in 1755. The mechanical device of sewing was consisted of a double pointed needle with an eye at one end and was financed by the British Nobility. Later, in 1830 the Sewing Machine was reinvented by ‘Berthelemy Thimonnier’.
His invention was the very good initiator and give other inventors an idea how to make an updated version and successful version of it, without having any flaw in it. His invention was very very worthful but not a lot all of his idea found their way into the successful machine.