Well, where else? Online, if you actually just type those words then there are going to be a lot of results and would take you to online stores that let you know just how cheap they are. Pretty neat, huh? Welcome to the world where the internet is basically controlling our society and therefore our world. A lot of things can be bought there and if there is enough effort on your part, you might even find some fair and cheaper prices. Take a look at the Singer sewing machine parts.
Then again, once you place the order, it would actually take a bit of time before your order actually arrives. That is the only downside to not shopping in person. The latter would let you have the item as soon as you purchase it unlike the former where waiting is essential. Do not forget that shipping is actually also being paid here.
Sure, it takes less effort to order thing online but at least you will not have to wait a few days just to get your bought item. And when you are the impatient type, that kind of aggravated waiting can get infuriating. Especially if you actually need it right away like at this very moment.
So yeah, maybe going outside the house and actually going to a shop where you can purchase these parts is a good idea instead. Try not to think about the travel time or the fact that you need to interact with other humans for you to have the things you need. As much as us introverts hate it, social interaction is a must.
On the other hand, why not just get someone else to do it for you? If you have a friend who understands your social anxiety then have them do it. If they are so much about you then they would not have any issue about getting you those parts. Besides, you have a lot of things to do that involved a needle and a thread.
Like sewing by hand, for example. Just because your machine is broken does not mean you need to stop your progress. You can still sew to your hearts content even without it. Sure, it might take a lot more time to finish but who cares? It is more important to you anyway and sewing is a favorite hobby.
With that said, tell your friend exactly what it was you needed for the machine. Give all the details and make sure he gets it accurately, or else you both will have just wasted both your time and money on something that does not even fit nor work on the thing. And we all know how much we hate wasting.
All that time wasting could have been spent on sewing as many things as you wanted. Why the heck did the thing even break down? It has served you loyally and then it suddenly betrayed you like this? Unacceptable.
So with this mindset, you set out on a vengeful quest of getting your machine freaking fixed. Or else, blood will spill on the floor of the innocent. Well, not really but you know.