Where to buy a sewing machine: The 7 Best Sewing Machines on Amazon: Reviews and Advice

The 7 Best Sewing Machines on Amazon: Reviews and Advice

Buying a new sewing machine is exciting and sometimes a little bit difficult. There are sewing machines available for every budget with hundreds of stitches and a myriad of amazing features. But what stitches do you actually need? Which features and functions will you love? Which are the best sewing machines for you? Let me help take some of that stress away by answering your questions and showing you the 7 sewing machines that are for sale on Amazon right now that I recommend. Most of these I have purchased and I continue to use.

First question… is it safe to buy a sewing machine on Amazon?

My answer is confidently YES amazon is great for sewing machine purchases – unless you are in the market for a luxury model sewing machine (speaking thousands of dollars), in which case you might really love the support and classes that your local quilt shop can provide. On the other hand, I shopped at 3 different quilt shops for my first top of the line sewing machine, and ended up buying it online anyway. I have had an amazing experience with it. It’s the last one in this post.

What is the lowest priced entry level sewing machine you would buy?

That would be the Brother XR3774. It’s solidly built and for the price it comes with an impressive number of feet including classics like the presser foot, buttonhole foot, and zipper foot, as well as accessories (which can be shared with other Brother sewing machines at this level). There is one button hole stitch and a number of other basic utility stitches like zigzag that will come in handy. If all you want to sew is basic mending (such as hemming pants by machine) or small sewing projects, this will do this fine. It’s also a great machine for someone getting started with sewing.

Is there a better entry level sewing machine?

If you are willing to spend a little more (still under $200), I would recommend the Brother CS7000X. I bought this machine so I could have an extra one for teaching beginners and for taking to classes. I was very impressed with all the features and accessories that came with it (including a hard case). It has 70 built in stitches including 7 different buttonhole styles and an appliqué blanket stitch that I’m fond of, plus many more decorative stitches. Plus the Brother CS7000X is easy to use and sews well. At this level you start to see included tools like a screwdriver, dust brush to remove lint, and more. See my first impressions about this sewing machine here.

What about a beginner embroidery machine (that can sew too)?

Funny you should ask! For Christmas a couple years ago I gave my sister the Brother SE600. It was for completely selfish reasons – I wanted a machine embroidery buddy. Brother entry-level embroidery machines were recommended to me by an expert at quilt market for people who aren’t sure if they will love embroidery. They are easy to learn on and a great way to get your feet wet with embroidery.

My sister loves this machine and got hooked on embroidery! The small color screen is enough to learn on, and I have been astounded by how much she can achieve with just a 4’’ embroidery hoop. This machine also includes all the sewing functions that the sewing machines above have such as 103 built in stitches, 10 automatic buttonhole styles, and a number of accessories.

Bargain time: right now you can buy a special edition Star Wars version of this sewing machine for almost $200 less. I guess they didn’t sell as many of those as they expected so if you don’t mind the Star Wars logos, you can get a great deal on it!

I’m ready for a Sewing Machine with more.

Okay, let’s level up! The Janome 4120 QDC will give you a taste of some of the features you can find on high end machines. I’m talking about a thread cutter, alphabet stitches (small – not the same as embroidery), a memory function, and a lock stitch button which will finish the current stitch pattern and then secure your stitching. The needle has 15 positions, and you know I love being able to nudge my needle to the right or the left for certain applications (like quilt piecing and sewing binding). It’s also an upgrade in power, making sewing through heavy fabrics like denim easier, but maybe not leather.

What’s your Favorite Workhorse of a Sewing Machine?

Everyone who knows me knows it is my Juki TL2010Q. She is a treasure. Sure, this is only a straight stitch sewing machine but that one stitch is so beautiful and perfect every time that I will never complain. There are fantastically intuitive dials for stitch length and thread tension. There are also higher end features like a knee lift lever, telescoping thread stand (so you can use large cones), a thread cutter, and a very sensitive foot pedal for fine speed control.

I have sewn entire quilts, bags, and pieces of clothing on this machine (not stretchy knit fabric, though). I dragged this machine on airplanes to Denver twice so I could use it while filming my Craftsy classes (I was nervous enough and didn’t want to be nervous about my sewing machine), and quickly learned just how NOT lightweight it is due to the heavy-duty metal frame. When kids bring me something that needs mending fast and I don’t want to mess with anything fancy, I switch on the Juki and she is ready to go. It pushes through many layers of fabric without a sweat. Topstitching on this machine is better than ANY topstitching I have done on much more expensive machines. And for a while I put it on a Grace frame and did free arm quilting! Nowadays I use it on a wide table with an extension table so I can fit larger projects.

I could on and on, but I’ll just link you to my review instead.

I’m ready to try a High End Sewing Machine.

Woo hoo… You are all in, baby! Check out everything that comes with the Janome Memory Craft Horizon 8200! Feet, needles, tools and even a seam ripper. But the accessories aren’t really what you are paying for here. When you step up to a high end sewing machine, the entire feel of sewing is different. The drive system is more advanced so everything works better and more smoothly. I’m sorry that everyone can’t experience it.

I must say something about the Janome AccuFeed System (walking foot) that comes on this machine and other high end Janome sewing machines (like the one I own below): It is exceptional. I absolutely love it. I used my Janome AccuFeed Walking foot SO MUCH that I wore it out. Guess how much the replacement cost? About $50. I was shocked. Don’t ask how much sewing machine feet from the other high end brand cost. All of the replacement parts that I have purchased from time to time for my Janome Memory Craft 14000 (below) have been shockingly inexpensive, even when I purchased them from a dealer because I couldn’t find them on Amazon.

But back to the Janome Memory Craft Horizon 8200, here are more high end features I should tell you about:

  • You can’t tell from the picture above, but there is a HUGE 11’’ space left of needle for quilts and large projects.

  • Knee lift.

  • Automatic thread cutter.

  • Extra wide 9mm stitches.

  • Automatic thread cutter.

  • Tons of stitches and 10 automatic buttonhole designs.

Is the price jump to a high end sewing machine worth it? If you can afford it… YES.

What’s the best High End Sewing Machine you can buy on Amazon?

That’s easy. It’s the Janome Memory Craft 14,000. I bought it and absolutely love it. I thought I would put this sewing machine up for sale after I bought my Bernina 770, but I changed my mind. In my opinion, the embroidery is better, the walking foot (AccuFeed System) is better, the automatic needle threader is second to none (really no one else makes one so fully automatic) and it’s easier to sew with. No matter how wonderful the Bernina is (and it can be wonderful), I simply cannot give up this Janome. It is by far, the best deal for an (almost) top of the line sewing machine that you can buy. And mine has never been in the shop! It’s the perfect choice for advanced sewers with the budget for an upgrade.

Why is this machine not Janome’s top of the line? Because it lacks a few features compared to the Memory Craft 15,000 that to me were not worth paying extra for. Those features include wi-fi capability, an electronic tablet (your dealer will throw it in as a free gift), some extra stitches and embroidery designs, and a new special setting for ruler quilting.

Guess what, you can still do ruler quilting on the free motion setting with this ruler foot, and I have no need for a sewing machine with wi-fi or another electronic tablet. I’d rather save $5k. I was told by a quilt market insider that Janome designed their 14,000 model for countries where wi-fi is not yet standard everywhere. U.S. Janome dealers don’t carry it, but they can special order it for you.

What else is so great about the Janome Memory Craft 14,000?

  • I already told you about the AccuFeed Walking Foot system that comes on this machine. It’s the same system that’s on the 8200 above, except when you buy this model it comes with a narrow and a wide walking foot (you can buy the narrow one separately for the 8200 if you wish).

  • All of the other amazing features on the Janome 8200, including 11’’ to the left of the needle.

  • The embroidery capabilities are astounding! It comes with 4 or more embroidery hoops (maybe more if you get a bonus package) and the largest embroidery hoop is 9. 1’’ x 11.8’’. It really does embroider quietly and beautifully.

  • There are more automatic stitches than you will ever use (400) and 13 fully automatic buttonhole designs.

  • Independent bobbin winding.

This is my favorite sewing machine. Here’s the latest review I did for it.

So those are my recommendations for buying a sewing machine on Amazon. I hope you find one that fits you and your budget perfectly so you can sew to your heart’s content. If all you can afford is the least expensive entry level sewing machine above – get it! Perhaps you’ll start a business like I did and grow into a top of the line machine!

xoxo,

P.S. You might also like to know my favorite sewing scissors to recommend.

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Every household should have a sewing machine. Just like countless other electronic household appliances, a sewing machine can lighten the load of our daily lives. But unlike a vacuum cleaner or a washing machine, a sewing machine can do so much more than just that – it can even sweeten our day-to-day lives!

Read about the advantages of owning a sewing machine and learn some tips for purchasing your very own.

Why do I need a sewing machine?

Everyone is familiar with this scenario: You have just pulled out your favorite outfit from the closet only to discover that a seam on your favorite blouse has split open! You have three options in a case like this:
  1. get angry and (once you find the time) take the blouse to a tailor
  2. get angry and throw the blouse away
  3. sit down at your sewing machine and quickly resew the seam


The purchase of a sewing machine always pays off and is sustainable. Repairing seams, hemming trousers, patching holes and sewing on buttons … those of you with children already know how handy having your own sewing machine can be. But it’s not just daily sewing that can be completed in a blink of an eye. Your own creative ideas can be designed and accomplished as well. The selection of materials is enormous; whether colorful or monochrome prints made of cotton, jersey, denim, or fine silk, the possibilities are infinite and can be turned into unique creative pieces in your very own sewing room. Not only is sewing fun, but it also provides relaxation and a way to slow down our hectic lives. Children and teens will also enjoy having a creative hobby with wearable results: a simple skirt, a t-shirt, or accessories such as bags or pillows… something that is handmade holds value not only to the person who made it, but also to the person who receives it as a gift. The personal touch counts!

What do I need to look out for when buying a sewing machine?

So you have decided to buy a sewing machine.

What a great idea! You will be able to perform your own sewing tasks easily and efficiently at home in the very near future. But what is important to know when buying a sewing machine? First you must ask yourself a few questions:

  • Will you just be repairing items once in a while, or would you like to get creative and sew something unique?
  • Which functions are important to you? For instance, different buttonhole stitches, heavy duty sewing or a large selection of ornate decorative stitches.
  • Do you want a machine do patchwork and quilting work? Or one for embroidery?
  • How much room do you have at home? Will you be able to leave the machine set up, or will you have to put it away after each use?
  • What kind of budget do you have available?


There are sewing machines for every price range. You have to bear in mind, however, that the extremely cheap models available at discount retailers may not live up to your expectations. And it would be a shame if your newfound passion for a hobby quickly fizzled as a result. Premium sewing machines easily work with diverse materials and sew beautiful stitches thanks to powerful motors and high-quality hooks. They also allow you to avoid loops, loose threads, irregular thread tension and seams, and thread breakages. Just as with all other electrical household appliances, the same rule applies: good quality comes at a price, but it always pays off in the end. Buy the right one from the start.


Do your research and consult with a specialized retailer. Additionally, try out different sewing machine models at your authorized dealer. BERNINA offers smaller, larger, and very large models with different ranges of functions. Of course, the bigger models have more to offer and are therefore a little more expensive. Think about what exactly it is you need from a sewing machine and what comfort functions you absolutely cannot do without. Pay particular attention to functions that may offer you a new perspective. For instance, there are many BERNINA sewing machines that are also capable of embroidery. You don’t embroider? Simply give it a try!


Our tip for you: Make a purchase with an eye towards growth – and especially on developing your expertise. Because you will grow with the creative requirements of every project that you undertake. The more often and the longer that you sew, the more knowledge and skills you will gain and the higher your standards will rise. Wouldn’t it be wonderful, then, if your sewing machine also had more to offer? If you are not initially purchasing with a look to the future, then there might also be the possibility of trading in used sewing machines as payment towards a new model at authorized BERNINA dealers. Isn’t that convenient? One way or another, you should choose a sewing machine that you will be able to understand and operate. Easy operation is important, but “easy” is a highly subjective concept that can be greatly determined by one’s age and previous knowledge. Which is why we have just one thing to say: Head to your local specialized store and try out a BERNINA for yourself!


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Computerized sewing machine or mechanical sewing machine?

There are mechanical sewing machines and electronic sewing machines, the latter also being called computerized sewing machines.


Mechanical sewing machines are considered very sturdy and their operation is likewise simple. However, when compared to computerized sewing machines, the range of functions and even the level of comfort of the mechanical machines are less extensive. Generally, you can only choose between a few stitches, and all basic settings, such as stitch length, stitch width, needle position, and thread tension must be adjusted by the user to the fabric surface and thickness, the thread, and the selected stitch.


Electronic sewing machines have a significantly greater range of function. The large selection of sewing and decorative stitches, as well as the extensive automated functions and programming options, make computerized sewing machines true multi-talented workhorses. Additionally, the many extras and comfort functions make operating the machines and sewing even easier. For instance, computerized sewing machines (depending on which model) can automatically bring the needle into the right threading position or automatically cut the thread at the push of a button. Even sewing and securing the thread at the end of a seam can be performed at the push of a button on many models. In addition, you have the option of starting the machine using a foot pedal that can control the speed of the machine, or you can simply do without the foot control and operate the machine using a start/stop button. Computerized sewing machines also have greater sewing speeds than their mechanical counterparts and significantly quieter operation.


Many computerized sewing machines are also capable of sewing alphabet letters, allowing you to personalize your sewing projects. The typically large selection of decorative stitches has something for everyone when it comes to embellishments and decorations. Models in the higher price range can even save various stitches and stitch pattern combinations. Computerized sewing machines in the higher price range are also generally equipped with an embroidery function. This means that you can turn your sewing machine into an embroidery machine with an additional embroidery module and embroidery hoops. Embroidery opens up a multitude of options for embellishment, personalization, and individualization. Whether floral patterns on jeans, animal motifs on children’s t-shirts, or monograms on hand towels and napkins… embroidery is a hobby for creative individuals and happens to be a lot of fun.


Operating an electronic sewing machine is extremely easy. The sewing machine is operated using a display, which is generally a touch screen with a modern swiping function on the more expensive models. All settings are adjustable using this display as well. Operation is very intuitive and the logistics and menu operation of the integrated software is similar to that of a computer or a smartphone. The desired stitches are selected via the display. Additional settings can be adjusted under the setup option – these settings may be more or less extensive depending on the model.


Certainly, computerized sewing machines are more expensive than their mechanical counterparts, but they have significantly more to offer.

How do you take care of a sewing machine?

The better care you take of your sewing machine, the longer it will bring you joy. But how exactly does one take care of a sewing machine? What do you do? What can and can’t you do yourself? And how often?


It fundamentally depends on how often you use your sewing machine and how intensively you pursue your hobby. Dust and fluff should be removed from the sewing machine after each use, since working with materials and threads quickly produces dust that can settle in the hook of the sewing machine and in the feed dog, resulting in skipped stitches or unsightly knots in the bobbin thread. A simple and very efficient method is to use a vacuum cleaner. If you open the clasp of the hook on your (turned off!) BERNINA sewing machine, you can use the vacuum cleaner hose (best without the attachment) to thoroughly clean the entire area around the hook and easily remove the remaining thread and fluff. Do the same from above the stitch plate, which allows you to remove the residual fluff from the feed dog so you can once again work in a clean environment. Cleaning is important, but so is oiling the machine from time to time. If you also embroider with your sewing machine, you must oil it often because the machine is put under more stress with the high speeds than it is when performing simple sewing work.


You must place the oil on the proper site on the hook. One drop of sewing machine oil is enough to make the system run smoothly again. It is important that you don’t use just any sewing machine oil, because different hook systems on different machines require different oil. Ask your specialized dealer beforehand! When applying oil, be sure that you distribute the oil well while the machine is at rest and let the machine run (without needle and thread) by pressing on the foot control. After you have oiled your sewing machine, you will first want to sew a little on a piece of test fabric to ensure that oil residue is not leaking out that could stain your precious materials you bought for your new creations.


You also have the choice of having your sewing machine checked and serviced or, in the event of issues, repaired by a BERNINA sewing machine specialist. In most BERNINA authorized stores you will find a complete wellness offer to ensure your satisfaction with your sewing machine.


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Which sewing machine accessories do you need?


Many different accessories are included when you purchase a BERNINA sewing machine, such as presser feet or soles (depending on the model), bobbins, seam ripper, brush, and oil. Presser feet or soles are usually required for general sewing work, such as zippers, buttonholes, or blind hemming. They are included in the delivery package with your BERNINA sewing machine, depending on the model. Another useful accessory is the freearm slide-on extension table. It expands the sewing surface, which makes working on large sewing projects or working with difficult materials significantly easier. Freearm slide-on tables are sometimes included in the delivery and sometimes are available as an optional accessory. Freearm refers to the exposed part of the sewing machine arm. This is the area that also has an open section underneath so that you can work on closed items, such as trouser legs, sleeves, cuffs, or even smaller items like children’s t-shirts.


There are, of course, countless optional accessories to equip your sewing machine with. Unique accessories have been developed for various applications to make life easier for the hobbyist and the professional sewist alike. Whether it’s a binder attachment, a jeans presser foot, a darning foot, a gathering foot, a button sew-on foot, a quilting foot, a pin tuck foot, an embroidery foot, a patchwork foot, a piping foot, or a couching foot – the list is far from complete. But there is more to offer than presser feet. There are also spool holders, needle plates for special applications, as well as the knee lifter for the legendary BERNINA Free Hand System (FHS) available for purchase. The knee lifter allows you to raise or lower the presser foot while simultaneously lowering the feed dog without having to take your hands off the sewing project – everything is controlled by moving your knee.


There are different ways to find the right accessories for your sewing machine. You will find every kind of accessory for your sewing machine online in the BERNINA Accessories Search. Alternatively, you can contact a BERNINA authorized dealer or flip through the BERNINA accessories catalog. There is nothing that does not exist. The selection is vast and investing in additional accessories for special applications is worth it. Accessories not only make sewing easier, but they make your sewing projects more professional and your sewing machine more valuable.

What is the difference between a sewing machine and an overlock (also known as an overlocker or a serger)?

To start off with, you can also sew a seam with an overlock machine – an overlock seam!


Overlock seams are generally found on the inside of practically all articles of clothing. An overlock machine cuts, sews and finishes the edges of fabric in one fell swoop, making the finishes and seams perfectly clean and professional-looking as well as secure from coming undone. An overlock is a specialized machine with a looper system that is designed completely differently than that of a sewing machine. The overlock creates loops, like a type of chain, that enclose the fabric edges. Particularly elastic materials, such as jersey and knitwear, are easy to handle with an overlock so that no unwanted waves are created. It is generally recommended that you purchase an overlock machine in addition to a sewing machine, particularly if you like to sew clothing that looks professional both inside and out.


Although there are one or even a few overlock stitches on many sewing machine models, it must be noted that this useful stitch is not comparable to the overlock stitches on an overlock machine. An overlock not only has various stitches with one or two needles and two loopers (depending on the model and stitch), but it also has a small integrated knife that cuts, stitches, and finishes the fabric edges at the same time while you sew. You can certainly sew an overlock seam using the overlock stitch on a sewing machine, but the appearance and the technique used to create it will be different than that done by an overlock machine, since a sewing machine and an overlock function completely differently.


It is recommended that beginners first get a sewing machine and learn the basics of sewing. There are a multitude of sewing classes for beginners as well as advanced sewists offered by many BERNINA authorized dealers as well as online on YouTube or via online sewing courses. Once you have acquired a wealth of sewing knowledge and wish to expand your skills, then it will be time to get an overlocker. You will find that you’ll have twice as much fun sewing and the results will be so much more beautiful.

BERNINA Overlocker – Sew, cut and tidy up in a single operation


The BERNINA overlock machine, the specialist for highly stretchy seams in knitwear, fine rolled hems in lightweight fabrics or decorative flatlock seams in wovens or knits.

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TYPICAL BERNINA! This sets BERNINA sewing machines apart


Why should you buy a sewing machine from BERNINA? Because for more than 125 years we have focused our passion into developing sewing and embroidery machines of the highest quality.


The BERNINA name has always been synonymous with robustness and durability. Quality is evident in the precision of the stitches and the high needle penetration power when sewing thick fabrics.Our machines are tested extensively before leaving our factory. And we remain available to provide support and advice after purchase. Our authorized dealers receive regular product training so that they can provide expert assistance to our customers.


A wealth of exclusive and innovative functions and features and simple, intuitive operation sets BERNINA sewing machines apart from all others. They guarantee simple and intuitive operation despite the highly complex technology and open up a world of new possibilities for your creative ideas. Almost all BERNINA models feature a touch screen that lets you keep track of your settings at a glance and functions like a modern smartphone. And many things run automatically! The automatic foot lifter automatically lowers the foot when you start sewing and raises it at the touch of a button. The automatic presser foot pressure feature ensures that the presser foot has the ideal pressure for the selected stitch. The default setting can be adjusted for specific materials. And the automatic thread cutter trims the thread and lifts the needle and presser foot with just the touch of a button. What service!


But there are even more exclusive features from BERNINA! The BERNINA Hook is one of the best ideas to come from our Swiss engineers. With up to a 9 mm stitch width, the BERNINA Hook allows you to sew precisely and quietly for even longer stretches without interruption thanks to the jumbo-sized bobbin. The BERNINA Adaptive Thread Tension also deserves to be mentioned. This great innovation from BERNINA ensures the ideal thread tension as you sew, helping you to achieve perfect stitch quality on both sides of the fabric. After you set the thread tension for the thread and fabric, the BERNINA Adaptive Thread Tension continuously checks it as you sew, adjusting it unobtrusively and automatically whenever necessary. The result: the finest sewing and embroidery quality, with no need to even press a button. The BERNINA Dual Feed is especially helpful when sewing delicate materials. When activated, the Dual Feed feeds the material from both the top and bottom, letting you sew difficult fabrics evenly and carefully.


One of the most revolutionary BERNINA presser feet for regular stitches with variable speed is the BERNINA Stitch Regulator. Thanks to modern sensor technology, it is particularly suited for freehand sewing, i. e. sewing with a lowered feed dog. It ensures a perfect stitch result when sewing straight and zigzag stitches. The BERNINA Free Hand System (FHS) is also one of BERNINA’s exclusives. The knee lever lowers the feed dog and raises the presser foot simultaneously so that both hands are free to guide and manoeuvre the fabric.


If embroidery is your passion, then Pinpoint Placement is an important function for you. It helps you precisely position and align embroidery motifs on the fabric. The Smart Secure function conveniently adds tie-on/off stitches to a design if none are pre-programmed. And the Invisible Secure makes the perfected tie-on/off formation completely invisible. The cutting of jump stitches at every length can be set individually. All of this and much more is par for the course for a BERNINA!





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Where to buy a sewing machine: The 7 Best Sewing Machines on Amazon: Reviews and Advice

The 7 Best Sewing Machines on Amazon: Reviews and Advice

Buying a new sewing machine is exciting and sometimes a little bit difficult. There are sewing machines available for every budget with hundreds of stitches and a myriad of amazing features. But what stitches do you actually need? Which features and functions will you love? Which are the best sewing machines for you? Let me help take some of that stress away by answering your questions and showing you the 7 sewing machines that are for sale on Amazon right now that I recommend. Most of these I have purchased and I continue to use.

First question… is it safe to buy a sewing machine on Amazon?

My answer is confidently YES amazon is great for sewing machine purchases – unless you are in the market for a luxury model sewing machine (speaking thousands of dollars), in which case you might really love the support and classes that your local quilt shop can provide. On the other hand, I shopped at 3 different quilt shops for my first top of the line sewing machine, and ended up buying it online anyway. I have had an amazing experience with it. It’s the last one in this post.

What is the lowest priced entry level sewing machine you would buy?

That would be the Brother XR3774. It’s solidly built and for the price it comes with an impressive number of feet including classics like the presser foot, buttonhole foot, and zipper foot, as well as accessories (which can be shared with other Brother sewing machines at this level). There is one button hole stitch and a number of other basic utility stitches like zigzag that will come in handy. If all you want to sew is basic mending (such as hemming pants by machine) or small sewing projects, this will do this fine. It’s also a great machine for someone getting started with sewing.

Is there a better entry level sewing machine?

If you are willing to spend a little more (still under $200), I would recommend the Brother CS7000X. I bought this machine so I could have an extra one for teaching beginners and for taking to classes. I was very impressed with all the features and accessories that came with it (including a hard case). It has 70 built in stitches including 7 different buttonhole styles and an appliqué blanket stitch that I’m fond of, plus many more decorative stitches. Plus the Brother CS7000X is easy to use and sews well. At this level you start to see included tools like a screwdriver, dust brush to remove lint, and more. See my first impressions about this sewing machine here.

What about a beginner embroidery machine (that can sew too)?

Funny you should ask! For Christmas a couple years ago I gave my sister the Brother SE600. It was for completely selfish reasons – I wanted a machine embroidery buddy. Brother entry-level embroidery machines were recommended to me by an expert at quilt market for people who aren’t sure if they will love embroidery. They are easy to learn on and a great way to get your feet wet with embroidery.

My sister loves this machine and got hooked on embroidery! The small color screen is enough to learn on, and I have been astounded by how much she can achieve with just a 4’’ embroidery hoop. This machine also includes all the sewing functions that the sewing machines above have such as 103 built in stitches, 10 automatic buttonhole styles, and a number of accessories.

Bargain time: right now you can buy a special edition Star Wars version of this sewing machine for almost $200 less. I guess they didn’t sell as many of those as they expected so if you don’t mind the Star Wars logos, you can get a great deal on it!

I’m ready for a Sewing Machine with more.

Okay, let’s level up! The Janome 4120 QDC will give you a taste of some of the features you can find on high end machines. I’m talking about a thread cutter, alphabet stitches (small – not the same as embroidery), a memory function, and a lock stitch button which will finish the current stitch pattern and then secure your stitching. The needle has 15 positions, and you know I love being able to nudge my needle to the right or the left for certain applications (like quilt piecing and sewing binding). It’s also an upgrade in power, making sewing through heavy fabrics like denim easier, but maybe not leather.

What’s your Favorite Workhorse of a Sewing Machine?

Everyone who knows me knows it is my Juki TL2010Q. She is a treasure. Sure, this is only a straight stitch sewing machine but that one stitch is so beautiful and perfect every time that I will never complain. There are fantastically intuitive dials for stitch length and thread tension. There are also higher end features like a knee lift lever, telescoping thread stand (so you can use large cones), a thread cutter, and a very sensitive foot pedal for fine speed control.

I have sewn entire quilts, bags, and pieces of clothing on this machine (not stretchy knit fabric, though). I dragged this machine on airplanes to Denver twice so I could use it while filming my Craftsy classes (I was nervous enough and didn’t want to be nervous about my sewing machine), and quickly learned just how NOT lightweight it is due to the heavy-duty metal frame. When kids bring me something that needs mending fast and I don’t want to mess with anything fancy, I switch on the Juki and she is ready to go. It pushes through many layers of fabric without a sweat. Topstitching on this machine is better than ANY topstitching I have done on much more expensive machines. And for a while I put it on a Grace frame and did free arm quilting! Nowadays I use it on a wide table with an extension table so I can fit larger projects.

I could on and on, but I’ll just link you to my review instead.

I’m ready to try a High End Sewing Machine.

Woo hoo… You are all in, baby! Check out everything that comes with the Janome Memory Craft Horizon 8200! Feet, needles, tools and even a seam ripper. But the accessories aren’t really what you are paying for here. When you step up to a high end sewing machine, the entire feel of sewing is different. The drive system is more advanced so everything works better and more smoothly. I’m sorry that everyone can’t experience it.

I must say something about the Janome AccuFeed System (walking foot) that comes on this machine and other high end Janome sewing machines (like the one I own below): It is exceptional. I absolutely love it. I used my Janome AccuFeed Walking foot SO MUCH that I wore it out. Guess how much the replacement cost? About $50. I was shocked. Don’t ask how much sewing machine feet from the other high end brand cost. All of the replacement parts that I have purchased from time to time for my Janome Memory Craft 14000 (below) have been shockingly inexpensive, even when I purchased them from a dealer because I couldn’t find them on Amazon.

But back to the Janome Memory Craft Horizon 8200, here are more high end features I should tell you about:

  • You can’t tell from the picture above, but there is a HUGE 11’’ space left of needle for quilts and large projects.

  • Knee lift.

  • Automatic thread cutter.

  • Extra wide 9mm stitches.

  • Automatic thread cutter.

  • Tons of stitches and 10 automatic buttonhole designs.

Is the price jump to a high end sewing machine worth it? If you can afford it… YES.

What’s the best High End Sewing Machine you can buy on Amazon?

That’s easy. It’s the Janome Memory Craft 14,000. I bought it and absolutely love it. I thought I would put this sewing machine up for sale after I bought my Bernina 770, but I changed my mind. In my opinion, the embroidery is better, the walking foot (AccuFeed System) is better, the automatic needle threader is second to none (really no one else makes one so fully automatic) and it’s easier to sew with. No matter how wonderful the Bernina is (and it can be wonderful), I simply cannot give up this Janome. It is by far, the best deal for an (almost) top of the line sewing machine that you can buy. And mine has never been in the shop! It’s the perfect choice for advanced sewers with the budget for an upgrade.

Why is this machine not Janome’s top of the line? Because it lacks a few features compared to the Memory Craft 15,000 that to me were not worth paying extra for. Those features include wi-fi capability, an electronic tablet (your dealer will throw it in as a free gift), some extra stitches and embroidery designs, and a new special setting for ruler quilting.

Guess what, you can still do ruler quilting on the free motion setting with this ruler foot, and I have no need for a sewing machine with wi-fi or another electronic tablet. I’d rather save $5k. I was told by a quilt market insider that Janome designed their 14,000 model for countries where wi-fi is not yet standard everywhere. U.S. Janome dealers don’t carry it, but they can special order it for you.

What else is so great about the Janome Memory Craft 14,000?

  • I already told you about the AccuFeed Walking Foot system that comes on this machine. It’s the same system that’s on the 8200 above, except when you buy this model it comes with a narrow and a wide walking foot (you can buy the narrow one separately for the 8200 if you wish).

  • All of the other amazing features on the Janome 8200, including 11’’ to the left of the needle.

  • The embroidery capabilities are astounding! It comes with 4 or more embroidery hoops (maybe more if you get a bonus package) and the largest embroidery hoop is 9. 1’’ x 11.8’’. It really does embroider quietly and beautifully.

  • There are more automatic stitches than you will ever use (400) and 13 fully automatic buttonhole designs.

  • Independent bobbin winding.

This is my favorite sewing machine. Here’s the latest review I did for it.

So those are my recommendations for buying a sewing machine on Amazon. I hope you find one that fits you and your budget perfectly so you can sew to your heart’s content. If all you can afford is the least expensive entry level sewing machine above – get it! Perhaps you’ll start a business like I did and grow into a top of the line machine!

xoxo,

P.S. You might also like to know my favorite sewing scissors to recommend.

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The Ultimate Guide to Buying a Sewing Machine

Whether you want to start sewing for the first time or you want to upgrade your current sewing machine, you might be wondering what kind of machine you should buy. It would be great if there was one machine to recommend to everyone, but the reality is that your dream machine might be different from someone else’s.

Don’t worry. Your dream machine exists, and by paying attention to what you really need for your sewing practice, you’ll be able to find it. We’ll share 10 tips for buying a machine below. But before you drive to your local machine dealer—actually, before you even start reading reviews of sewing machines— it helps to start with a little pre-interview.


How to Pre-interview Your Sewing Machine

To prepare for machine shopping, sit down, visualize yourself sewing on your new machine, and answer these questions. These questions will differ slightly if this is your very first sewing machine or if you are upgrading the one you currently use.

If you’re buying your first machine

  • How often do think you will sew? If you just want to hem pants and curtains, an entry-level machine will be great. If sewing is your new favorite hobby, it will probably be worth it to invest in a machine with more capabilities. In this case, stretch your budget as much as possible to get a machine you can really grow into. Just don’t get one that intimidates you.

  • What projects do you plan to sew the most? Do you think you will be sewing garments, home dec, or quilts? All of these projects use different fabrics and different techniques. Don’t worry, you don’t need to know all the details yet, but having a general idea of the types of projects you want to sew can help you identify which features are a must-have in a machine. If you are going to a dealership, let them know your plans.

If you’re upgrading your current machine

  • What kind of things do you sew the most? If you’re into quilting, you may want some extra features, such as a dual feed, quarter-inch foot, and walking foot. If you sew a lot of garments, you may want certain specialty stitches, buttonholes, and a freehand system to raise and lower your presser foot.

  • What would you like to sew in the future? Are there different types of sewing you might do in the future? Or do you plan to do more of one particular kind of sewing—like repairing denim? What about machine embroidery?

  • How often do you sew? If you sew constantly, it will probably be worth it to invest in a machine with more capabilities. If it’s a once-in-a-while activity, a barebones machine could be just fine.

  • What features do you like about the machine you currently have? If you already have a machine, what do you like and dislike about it?

  • How do you feel about the size of your current machine? Would you like something more compact on your sewing table? Or do you need more room for large projects? Do you have a dedicated sewing area so you won’t have to transport your machine from room to room?

Once you’ve completed your pre-interview, it’s time to start researching machines. Here are 10 tips for buying a new—or your first—sewing machine.


10 Tips for Sewing Machine Shopping


  1. Ask yourself, do you really need all those stitches? Unless you plan to use a bunch of decorative machine stitches, you only need a few stitches for garment construction. The vast majority of home sewists will get by just fine with a straight stitch, a zigzag, and a buttonhole function. Other garment garment stitches include a stretch (or lightning stitch), and faux overlock.

  2. Pay for what you really need in a machine. This isn’t only advice for seasoned makers. If you are new to sewing, small obstacles can derail you, so don’t start with a machine that doesn’t sew well just because it’s cheaper. You don’t want your machine to discourage your new hobby. That being said, don’t spend money on features that you won’t use.

  3. Buy from a dealership, not a big chain store. Have you ever peeked inside a sewing machine? There’s a lot going on, and if you’re new, you might need some troubleshooting help. Your local sewing shop will provide regular machine maintenance, repairs, and general support that big chains simply won’t.

  4. If you can’t find a dealer, look for webinar classes. Many dealerships around the world have uploaded helpful information about the machines they carry. You can take virtual tours of all the different brands and their lines.

  5. Sit down and sew on the machine. Consider your machine like you would a new car. Don’t you want to test drive it? You never know, you might want that free-hand system once you try it. Bring some fabric or an old pillowcase, try out a few stitches, see how the thread cutter works, and make sure that you love the purr of your machine, because you’ll be hearing it a lot.

  6. Take swatches of the fabric you expect to sew the most, and try the machine with them. Someone who wants to sew athletic wear will use different fabric than someone who wants to sew quilts. To ensure that your potential machine can handle your favorite fabric, bring swatches along for your test sew. Ask your dealer if the machine can handle specialty projects, like denim or bulky layers, stretchy knits, and delicate fabrics. If you plan to sew a lot of buttons, be sure to practice a few buttonholes during your test sew. That one-step buttonhole feature might really be worth it.

  7. Get a machine you can grow into, but not so big that you feel intimidated to use it. This is the same rule with any of your sewing tools. If your machine and tools don’t help you finish your project with ease and joy, you will use them as an excuse not to sew.

  8. Gather as much information as you can, but be mindful of reviews. If you’re reading a quilting forum for advice about sewing swimwear you’re not getting the right reviews. Don’t feel pressure to commit. Take your time and sew on as many machines as necessary until you find the one!

  9. Don’t be afraid to buy used. Aside from vintage treasures, you can often find deals on your local buy nothing groups or Facebook Marketplace. Whenever possible, be sure to test the machine before buying it.

  10. Still stuck? Ask the Seamwork Community! This question comes up a lot in the Community, and you can read about what everyone loves and hates about their current machines.

Which machine features do you want?

Once you’ve completed your pre-interview and identified a few machine brands that you’d like to shop, it’s time to make the final deal. Below is a list of common machine features that you might want on your new machine. Bring this list with you if you aren’t sure what these features look like!

  • Computerized (vs. mechanical)
  • Simple to use (without extraneous features)
  • Automatic buttonhole
  • Decorative stitches (decide which ones are important to you)
  • Alphabets
  • Memory function (so it will remember your stitch settings)
  • Quilting feet, like the walking foot and 1/4 inch foot. These come with some machines.
  • Freehand system for less reaching
  • Fancy buttonholes, like the keyhole buttonhole
  • Mirror image functions (so you can flip a stitch to go the other way)
  • Full shank foot as opposed to snap-on feet
  • Compact size
  • Knot tie feature
  • Advanced foot control (lets you raise and lower the needle with your foot!)
  • Extra wide stitch width
  • Touch screen
  • Embroidery capabilities (some come with the embroidery module, with others you can add it on)
  • Automatic thread cutter
  • 9 hook oscillating bobbin (which can hold up to 100 yards of thread)
  • Extended arm
  • Automatic needle lowering (you start to sew, and the needle lowers automatically)
  • Dual feed
  • Large screen
  • Throat size
  • Stitch designer (you can actually draw your own stitches on the touch screen!)
  • Shape designer (you can design shapes as well!)
  • Service plan or warranty (keep an eye out for payment plans with no interest, too)

After a brief pre-interview, reading those 10 tips, and bringing your machine feature list to the store, you are all set to find your dream sewing machine. If you outgrow your machine in a few years, just come back to this guide and go shopping one more time!

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9 0002 Needle DPx5 (134) No. 110 Groz-beckert/ for industrial sewing machine 9DETAILS

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287

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Stitching foot CR10 (1mm) right hand/ lockstitch industrial sewing machine

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Juki Two-needle industrial sewing Machine LH-3528AS(G)-7/AK135 (Direct drive)

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295

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Foot left CL 15 (1.5mm) for topstitching/straight stitch industrial sewing machine

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Sewing machine Typical GC 2605 (head)

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-55%

290

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S518N Blind Zipper Foot with Nose for JUKI Industrial Sewing Machine, JACK,AURORA

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Aurora Two-needle industrial sewing machine A-842DN-05 direct drive

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315

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Needles DPx5 #80 Groz -Beckert Industrial Lockstitch / Knitwear

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Sewing Machine Aurora A-877 Extra Heavy Duty

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2-ply binder for industrial sewing machine/ S64 /KS104

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Aurora Industrial sewing machine machine A-878-D4 (direct drive, automatic functions, triple feed)

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-57% 2-fold sewing machine A4 25mm (1″) for industrial sewing machines/ Golden Eagle

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207 564

Sewing machine Typical GC 20606-L18 (head+table)

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196

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Threads for industrial sewing machines MAXag basic 40 /2 length 5000 yards 4570 meters PE mint 401

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Aurora Two-needle industrial sewing machine 9 0067 A-3568

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37 442

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Industrial sewing machine Jack JK-E3-3-M2-04 (HEAD + TABLE set)

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Coring machine with 2- m advance Aurora A-8820D (direct drive)

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315

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Stitch foot / limiter left SP-18L (stitching width: 0. 7 cm, 1/4″) for industrial sewing machines JACK, AURORA, JUKI (1 piece)

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Siruba Multi-needle industrial sewing machine machine ( waist machine ) VC008-0 4095P/VCE/RL

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-24%

257

340

Zipper foot, right P36 industrial sewing machine

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Sewing machine machine Typical GC 6241-B (head)

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256

499

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2 Aurora 2-needle industrial sewing machine A-3588 (extended shuttle and decorative stitches )

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498

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Threads for sewing machines industrial 4 pcs MAXag Basic green thickness 50/2 length 5000 yards 4570 meters polyester

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38 877

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Aurora Industrial sewing machine 90 067 U-platform A-9270

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Ruler for quilting on a household, industrial sewing machine and Longarm type, 6 mm (art. Z15) machine Typical GK 321-12 (head + table)

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349

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Schmetz industrial sewing machine needles DP-5 #180 R 10 needles

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Aurora Industrial sewing machine machine zigzag stitches A-2284

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339

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Needles DBx1 (30 pcs) for industrial lockstitch sewing machines #100/110 / 120

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Industrial sewing machine machine Typical GC20676 (head+table)

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Threads for industrial sewing machines MAXag basic 40 /2 length 5000 yards 4570 meters PE color mint 302

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Siruba Industrial sewing machine machine Z0 08-248Q

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Set of blue plastic bobbins (10 pcs) for industrial sewing machines JACK F4, 5550, JUKI 8100-8700, AURORA 8700.

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Aurora Multi-needle industrial sewing machine (belt machine ) A-1404P

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Sewing thread textured non-twisted 150D/1 color White, 100% polyester , 5000m/90gr, 4pcs, overlock threads, industrial, sewing machine and knitwear

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Aurora Industrial sewing machine stitches zig zag A-20U93D (direct drive)

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341

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Teflon foot for stitching SP-18 1/4R single-needle straight stitch industrial sewing machines

02 Aurora Industrial A-480D chainstitch sewing machine direct drive

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90 002 Teflon foot T-35 for stitching padding polyester, industrial sewing machines

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Siruba Multi-needle industrial sewing machine (belt machine ) VC008-04085P/VCE/RL

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Knitwear needles DPx5 no.

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Aurora Automatic bartacking machine with material presence sensor A-1910

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Sewing thread textured untwisted 150D/1 color 478 Turquoise , 100% p/e, 5000m/90gr, 2pcs, overlock, industrial, sewing machine and knitwear

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Aurora Multi-needle industrial sewing machine clear machine ) A-1404PMD

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Chainstitch Needle Set “Organ” DB81 80 industrial sewing machines (10pcs)

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900 02 Aurora Two-needle sewing CBO tape sewing machine with double-sided edge A-872-BHK-P-D (direct drive)

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1490 900 03

Stitch ruler for household, industrial sewing machine and type Longarm, 6 mm (art. Z23) TM Quilted flower

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Aurora Machine zigzag stitches A-2180D (direct drive)

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Needles DPx5 (134) LR #120 for sewing leather goods / Groz-Beckert industrial sewing machine

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Aurora Straight stitch industrial sewing machine sling sewing machine A- 253 (A-900)

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Industrial sewing machine needles Schmetz DB-1 SES SERV7 (10 needles)

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Aurora Industrial sewing machine machine with U-shaped platform and puller A-9270PL

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289 9000 3

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Needles ORGAN DPx5 No. 90 SES (for knitwear) for industrial sewing machines

TO STORE

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Aurora Zigzag stitch machine with walking foot A-2533

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504

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Hem foot, hem width 2 mm industrial sewing machines

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Siruba Multi-needle industrial sewing 900 66 car (belt car ) VC008-04085P/VWLB/FH

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Binding machine A10 16mm (5/8″) for industrial sewing machines

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Aurora multi-needle 9 0066 industrial sewing car (belt car ) A-12064P/VWL

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858

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Binding machine A10 22mm (7/8″) for industrial sewing machines

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Aurora Double needle industrial sewing machine direct drive machine A-845DN-05

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9 0002 866

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Binder A10 26mm (1″) for industrial sewing machines

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Aurora Two-needle industrial sewing 90 066 car A-3528 (Designer stitches)

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A10 binder 36mm (1-7/16″) for industrial sewing machines

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Aurora 2-needle industrial sewing 9 0066 car A-3578 (extended hooks and designer stitches)

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499

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Left hand sewing foot SP18L 3/16 industrial sewing bottom feed machines

TO STORE

92 400

Aurora Two-needle sewing machine machine for attaching CBO tape with double-sided edging A-872-BHK-P

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-24%

30 540 9000 3

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Industrial sewing machine Juki 8100e

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Where to buy a sewing machine: The 7 Best Sewing Machines on Amazon: Reviews and Advice

The 7 Best Sewing Machines on Amazon: Reviews and Advice

Buying a new sewing machine is exciting and sometimes a little bit difficult. There are sewing machines available for every budget with hundreds of stitches and a myriad of amazing features. But what stitches do you actually need? Which features and functions will you love? Which are the best sewing machines for you? Let me help take some of that stress away by answering your questions and showing you the 7 sewing machines that are for sale on Amazon right now that I recommend. Most of these I have purchased and I continue to use.

First question… is it safe to buy a sewing machine on Amazon?

My answer is confidently YES amazon is great for sewing machine purchases – unless you are in the market for a luxury model sewing machine (speaking thousands of dollars), in which case you might really love the support and classes that your local quilt shop can provide. On the other hand, I shopped at 3 different quilt shops for my first top of the line sewing machine, and ended up buying it online anyway. I have had an amazing experience with it. It’s the last one in this post.

What is the lowest priced entry level sewing machine you would buy?

That would be the Brother XR3774. It’s solidly built and for the price it comes with an impressive number of feet including classics like the presser foot, buttonhole foot, and zipper foot, as well as accessories (which can be shared with other Brother sewing machines at this level). There is one button hole stitch and a number of other basic utility stitches like zigzag that will come in handy. If all you want to sew is basic mending (such as hemming pants by machine) or small sewing projects, this will do this fine. It’s also a great machine for someone getting started with sewing.

Is there a better entry level sewing machine?

If you are willing to spend a little more (still under $200), I would recommend the Brother CS7000X. I bought this machine so I could have an extra one for teaching beginners and for taking to classes. I was very impressed with all the features and accessories that came with it (including a hard case). It has 70 built in stitches including 7 different buttonhole styles and an appliqué blanket stitch that I’m fond of, plus many more decorative stitches. Plus the Brother CS7000X is easy to use and sews well. At this level you start to see included tools like a screwdriver, dust brush to remove lint, and more. See my first impressions about this sewing machine here.

What about a beginner embroidery machine (that can sew too)?

Funny you should ask! For Christmas a couple years ago I gave my sister the Brother SE600. It was for completely selfish reasons – I wanted a machine embroidery buddy. Brother entry-level embroidery machines were recommended to me by an expert at quilt market for people who aren’t sure if they will love embroidery. They are easy to learn on and a great way to get your feet wet with embroidery.

My sister loves this machine and got hooked on embroidery! The small color screen is enough to learn on, and I have been astounded by how much she can achieve with just a 4’’ embroidery hoop. This machine also includes all the sewing functions that the sewing machines above have such as 103 built in stitches, 10 automatic buttonhole styles, and a number of accessories.

Bargain time: right now you can buy a special edition Star Wars version of this sewing machine for almost $200 less. I guess they didn’t sell as many of those as they expected so if you don’t mind the Star Wars logos, you can get a great deal on it!

I’m ready for a Sewing Machine with more.

Okay, let’s level up! The Janome 4120 QDC will give you a taste of some of the features you can find on high end machines. I’m talking about a thread cutter, alphabet stitches (small – not the same as embroidery), a memory function, and a lock stitch button which will finish the current stitch pattern and then secure your stitching. The needle has 15 positions, and you know I love being able to nudge my needle to the right or the left for certain applications (like quilt piecing and sewing binding). It’s also an upgrade in power, making sewing through heavy fabrics like denim easier, but maybe not leather.

What’s your Favorite Workhorse of a Sewing Machine?

Everyone who knows me knows it is my Juki TL2010Q. She is a treasure. Sure, this is only a straight stitch sewing machine but that one stitch is so beautiful and perfect every time that I will never complain. There are fantastically intuitive dials for stitch length and thread tension. There are also higher end features like a knee lift lever, telescoping thread stand (so you can use large cones), a thread cutter, and a very sensitive foot pedal for fine speed control.

I have sewn entire quilts, bags, and pieces of clothing on this machine (not stretchy knit fabric, though). I dragged this machine on airplanes to Denver twice so I could use it while filming my Craftsy classes (I was nervous enough and didn’t want to be nervous about my sewing machine), and quickly learned just how NOT lightweight it is due to the heavy-duty metal frame. When kids bring me something that needs mending fast and I don’t want to mess with anything fancy, I switch on the Juki and she is ready to go. It pushes through many layers of fabric without a sweat. Topstitching on this machine is better than ANY topstitching I have done on much more expensive machines. And for a while I put it on a Grace frame and did free arm quilting! Nowadays I use it on a wide table with an extension table so I can fit larger projects.

I could on and on, but I’ll just link you to my review instead.

I’m ready to try a High End Sewing Machine.

Woo hoo… You are all in, baby! Check out everything that comes with the Janome Memory Craft Horizon 8200! Feet, needles, tools and even a seam ripper. But the accessories aren’t really what you are paying for here. When you step up to a high end sewing machine, the entire feel of sewing is different. The drive system is more advanced so everything works better and more smoothly. I’m sorry that everyone can’t experience it.

I must say something about the Janome AccuFeed System (walking foot) that comes on this machine and other high end Janome sewing machines (like the one I own below): It is exceptional. I absolutely love it. I used my Janome AccuFeed Walking foot SO MUCH that I wore it out. Guess how much the replacement cost? About $50. I was shocked. Don’t ask how much sewing machine feet from the other high end brand cost. All of the replacement parts that I have purchased from time to time for my Janome Memory Craft 14000 (below) have been shockingly inexpensive, even when I purchased them from a dealer because I couldn’t find them on Amazon.

But back to the Janome Memory Craft Horizon 8200, here are more high end features I should tell you about:

  • You can’t tell from the picture above, but there is a HUGE 11’’ space left of needle for quilts and large projects.

  • Knee lift.

  • Automatic thread cutter.

  • Extra wide 9mm stitches.

  • Automatic thread cutter.

  • Tons of stitches and 10 automatic buttonhole designs.

Is the price jump to a high end sewing machine worth it? If you can afford it… YES.

What’s the best High End Sewing Machine you can buy on Amazon?

That’s easy. It’s the Janome Memory Craft 14,000. I bought it and absolutely love it. I thought I would put this sewing machine up for sale after I bought my Bernina 770, but I changed my mind. In my opinion, the embroidery is better, the walking foot (AccuFeed System) is better, the automatic needle threader is second to none (really no one else makes one so fully automatic) and it’s easier to sew with. No matter how wonderful the Bernina is (and it can be wonderful), I simply cannot give up this Janome. It is by far, the best deal for an (almost) top of the line sewing machine that you can buy. And mine has never been in the shop! It’s the perfect choice for advanced sewers with the budget for an upgrade.

Why is this machine not Janome’s top of the line? Because it lacks a few features compared to the Memory Craft 15,000 that to me were not worth paying extra for. Those features include wi-fi capability, an electronic tablet (your dealer will throw it in as a free gift), some extra stitches and embroidery designs, and a new special setting for ruler quilting.

Guess what, you can still do ruler quilting on the free motion setting with this ruler foot, and I have no need for a sewing machine with wi-fi or another electronic tablet. I’d rather save $5k. I was told by a quilt market insider that Janome designed their 14,000 model for countries where wi-fi is not yet standard everywhere. U.S. Janome dealers don’t carry it, but they can special order it for you.

What else is so great about the Janome Memory Craft 14,000?

  • I already told you about the AccuFeed Walking Foot system that comes on this machine. It’s the same system that’s on the 8200 above, except when you buy this model it comes with a narrow and a wide walking foot (you can buy the narrow one separately for the 8200 if you wish).

  • All of the other amazing features on the Janome 8200, including 11’’ to the left of the needle.

  • The embroidery capabilities are astounding! It comes with 4 or more embroidery hoops (maybe more if you get a bonus package) and the largest embroidery hoop is 9. 1’’ x 11.8’’. It really does embroider quietly and beautifully.

  • There are more automatic stitches than you will ever use (400) and 13 fully automatic buttonhole designs.

  • Independent bobbin winding.

This is my favorite sewing machine. Here’s the latest review I did for it.

So those are my recommendations for buying a sewing machine on Amazon. I hope you find one that fits you and your budget perfectly so you can sew to your heart’s content. If all you can afford is the least expensive entry level sewing machine above – get it! Perhaps you’ll start a business like I did and grow into a top of the line machine!

xoxo,

P.S. You might also like to know my favorite sewing scissors to recommend.

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Every household should have a sewing machine. Just like countless other electronic household appliances, a sewing machine can lighten the load of our daily lives. But unlike a vacuum cleaner or a washing machine, a sewing machine can do so much more than just that – it can even sweeten our day-to-day lives!

Read about the advantages of owning a sewing machine and learn some tips for purchasing your very own.

Why do I need a sewing machine?

Everyone is familiar with this scenario: You have just pulled out your favorite outfit from the closet only to discover that a seam on your favorite blouse has split open! You have three options in a case like this:
  1. get angry and (once you find the time) take the blouse to a tailor
  2. get angry and throw the blouse away
  3. sit down at your sewing machine and quickly resew the seam


The purchase of a sewing machine always pays off and is sustainable. Repairing seams, hemming trousers, patching holes and sewing on buttons … those of you with children already know how handy having your own sewing machine can be. But it’s not just daily sewing that can be completed in a blink of an eye. Your own creative ideas can be designed and accomplished as well. The selection of materials is enormous; whether colorful or monochrome prints made of cotton, jersey, denim, or fine silk, the possibilities are infinite and can be turned into unique creative pieces in your very own sewing room. Not only is sewing fun, but it also provides relaxation and a way to slow down our hectic lives. Children and teens will also enjoy having a creative hobby with wearable results: a simple skirt, a t-shirt, or accessories such as bags or pillows… something that is handmade holds value not only to the person who made it, but also to the person who receives it as a gift. The personal touch counts!

What do I need to look out for when buying a sewing machine?

So you have decided to buy a sewing machine.

What a great idea! You will be able to perform your own sewing tasks easily and efficiently at home in the very near future. But what is important to know when buying a sewing machine? First you must ask yourself a few questions:

  • Will you just be repairing items once in a while, or would you like to get creative and sew something unique?
  • Which functions are important to you? For instance, different buttonhole stitches, heavy duty sewing or a large selection of ornate decorative stitches.
  • Do you want a machine do patchwork and quilting work? Or one for embroidery?
  • How much room do you have at home? Will you be able to leave the machine set up, or will you have to put it away after each use?
  • What kind of budget do you have available?


There are sewing machines for every price range. You have to bear in mind, however, that the extremely cheap models available at discount retailers may not live up to your expectations. And it would be a shame if your newfound passion for a hobby quickly fizzled as a result. Premium sewing machines easily work with diverse materials and sew beautiful stitches thanks to powerful motors and high-quality hooks. They also allow you to avoid loops, loose threads, irregular thread tension and seams, and thread breakages. Just as with all other electrical household appliances, the same rule applies: good quality comes at a price, but it always pays off in the end. Buy the right one from the start.


Do your research and consult with a specialized retailer. Additionally, try out different sewing machine models at your authorized dealer. BERNINA offers smaller, larger, and very large models with different ranges of functions. Of course, the bigger models have more to offer and are therefore a little more expensive. Think about what exactly it is you need from a sewing machine and what comfort functions you absolutely cannot do without. Pay particular attention to functions that may offer you a new perspective. For instance, there are many BERNINA sewing machines that are also capable of embroidery. You don’t embroider? Simply give it a try!


Our tip for you: Make a purchase with an eye towards growth – and especially on developing your expertise. Because you will grow with the creative requirements of every project that you undertake. The more often and the longer that you sew, the more knowledge and skills you will gain and the higher your standards will rise. Wouldn’t it be wonderful, then, if your sewing machine also had more to offer? If you are not initially purchasing with a look to the future, then there might also be the possibility of trading in used sewing machines as payment towards a new model at authorized BERNINA dealers. Isn’t that convenient? One way or another, you should choose a sewing machine that you will be able to understand and operate. Easy operation is important, but “easy” is a highly subjective concept that can be greatly determined by one’s age and previous knowledge. Which is why we have just one thing to say: Head to your local specialized store and try out a BERNINA for yourself!


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Computerized sewing machine or mechanical sewing machine?

There are mechanical sewing machines and electronic sewing machines, the latter also being called computerized sewing machines.


Mechanical sewing machines are considered very sturdy and their operation is likewise simple. However, when compared to computerized sewing machines, the range of functions and even the level of comfort of the mechanical machines are less extensive. Generally, you can only choose between a few stitches, and all basic settings, such as stitch length, stitch width, needle position, and thread tension must be adjusted by the user to the fabric surface and thickness, the thread, and the selected stitch.


Electronic sewing machines have a significantly greater range of function. The large selection of sewing and decorative stitches, as well as the extensive automated functions and programming options, make computerized sewing machines true multi-talented workhorses. Additionally, the many extras and comfort functions make operating the machines and sewing even easier. For instance, computerized sewing machines (depending on which model) can automatically bring the needle into the right threading position or automatically cut the thread at the push of a button. Even sewing and securing the thread at the end of a seam can be performed at the push of a button on many models. In addition, you have the option of starting the machine using a foot pedal that can control the speed of the machine, or you can simply do without the foot control and operate the machine using a start/stop button. Computerized sewing machines also have greater sewing speeds than their mechanical counterparts and significantly quieter operation.


Many computerized sewing machines are also capable of sewing alphabet letters, allowing you to personalize your sewing projects. The typically large selection of decorative stitches has something for everyone when it comes to embellishments and decorations. Models in the higher price range can even save various stitches and stitch pattern combinations. Computerized sewing machines in the higher price range are also generally equipped with an embroidery function. This means that you can turn your sewing machine into an embroidery machine with an additional embroidery module and embroidery hoops. Embroidery opens up a multitude of options for embellishment, personalization, and individualization. Whether floral patterns on jeans, animal motifs on children’s t-shirts, or monograms on hand towels and napkins… embroidery is a hobby for creative individuals and happens to be a lot of fun.


Operating an electronic sewing machine is extremely easy. The sewing machine is operated using a display, which is generally a touch screen with a modern swiping function on the more expensive models. All settings are adjustable using this display as well. Operation is very intuitive and the logistics and menu operation of the integrated software is similar to that of a computer or a smartphone. The desired stitches are selected via the display. Additional settings can be adjusted under the setup option – these settings may be more or less extensive depending on the model.


Certainly, computerized sewing machines are more expensive than their mechanical counterparts, but they have significantly more to offer.

How do you take care of a sewing machine?

The better care you take of your sewing machine, the longer it will bring you joy. But how exactly does one take care of a sewing machine? What do you do? What can and can’t you do yourself? And how often?


It fundamentally depends on how often you use your sewing machine and how intensively you pursue your hobby. Dust and fluff should be removed from the sewing machine after each use, since working with materials and threads quickly produces dust that can settle in the hook of the sewing machine and in the feed dog, resulting in skipped stitches or unsightly knots in the bobbin thread. A simple and very efficient method is to use a vacuum cleaner. If you open the clasp of the hook on your (turned off!) BERNINA sewing machine, you can use the vacuum cleaner hose (best without the attachment) to thoroughly clean the entire area around the hook and easily remove the remaining thread and fluff. Do the same from above the stitch plate, which allows you to remove the residual fluff from the feed dog so you can once again work in a clean environment. Cleaning is important, but so is oiling the machine from time to time. If you also embroider with your sewing machine, you must oil it often because the machine is put under more stress with the high speeds than it is when performing simple sewing work.


You must place the oil on the proper site on the hook. One drop of sewing machine oil is enough to make the system run smoothly again. It is important that you don’t use just any sewing machine oil, because different hook systems on different machines require different oil. Ask your specialized dealer beforehand! When applying oil, be sure that you distribute the oil well while the machine is at rest and let the machine run (without needle and thread) by pressing on the foot control. After you have oiled your sewing machine, you will first want to sew a little on a piece of test fabric to ensure that oil residue is not leaking out that could stain your precious materials you bought for your new creations.


You also have the choice of having your sewing machine checked and serviced or, in the event of issues, repaired by a BERNINA sewing machine specialist. In most BERNINA authorized stores you will find a complete wellness offer to ensure your satisfaction with your sewing machine.


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Which sewing machine accessories do you need?


Many different accessories are included when you purchase a BERNINA sewing machine, such as presser feet or soles (depending on the model), bobbins, seam ripper, brush, and oil. Presser feet or soles are usually required for general sewing work, such as zippers, buttonholes, or blind hemming. They are included in the delivery package with your BERNINA sewing machine, depending on the model. Another useful accessory is the freearm slide-on extension table. It expands the sewing surface, which makes working on large sewing projects or working with difficult materials significantly easier. Freearm slide-on tables are sometimes included in the delivery and sometimes are available as an optional accessory. Freearm refers to the exposed part of the sewing machine arm. This is the area that also has an open section underneath so that you can work on closed items, such as trouser legs, sleeves, cuffs, or even smaller items like children’s t-shirts.


There are, of course, countless optional accessories to equip your sewing machine with. Unique accessories have been developed for various applications to make life easier for the hobbyist and the professional sewist alike. Whether it’s a binder attachment, a jeans presser foot, a darning foot, a gathering foot, a button sew-on foot, a quilting foot, a pin tuck foot, an embroidery foot, a patchwork foot, a piping foot, or a couching foot – the list is far from complete. But there is more to offer than presser feet. There are also spool holders, needle plates for special applications, as well as the knee lifter for the legendary BERNINA Free Hand System (FHS) available for purchase. The knee lifter allows you to raise or lower the presser foot while simultaneously lowering the feed dog without having to take your hands off the sewing project – everything is controlled by moving your knee.


There are different ways to find the right accessories for your sewing machine. You will find every kind of accessory for your sewing machine online in the BERNINA Accessories Search. Alternatively, you can contact a BERNINA authorized dealer or flip through the BERNINA accessories catalog. There is nothing that does not exist. The selection is vast and investing in additional accessories for special applications is worth it. Accessories not only make sewing easier, but they make your sewing projects more professional and your sewing machine more valuable.

What is the difference between a sewing machine and an overlock (also known as an overlocker or a serger)?

To start off with, you can also sew a seam with an overlock machine – an overlock seam!


Overlock seams are generally found on the inside of practically all articles of clothing. An overlock machine cuts, sews and finishes the edges of fabric in one fell swoop, making the finishes and seams perfectly clean and professional-looking as well as secure from coming undone. An overlock is a specialized machine with a looper system that is designed completely differently than that of a sewing machine. The overlock creates loops, like a type of chain, that enclose the fabric edges. Particularly elastic materials, such as jersey and knitwear, are easy to handle with an overlock so that no unwanted waves are created. It is generally recommended that you purchase an overlock machine in addition to a sewing machine, particularly if you like to sew clothing that looks professional both inside and out.


Although there are one or even a few overlock stitches on many sewing machine models, it must be noted that this useful stitch is not comparable to the overlock stitches on an overlock machine. An overlock not only has various stitches with one or two needles and two loopers (depending on the model and stitch), but it also has a small integrated knife that cuts, stitches, and finishes the fabric edges at the same time while you sew. You can certainly sew an overlock seam using the overlock stitch on a sewing machine, but the appearance and the technique used to create it will be different than that done by an overlock machine, since a sewing machine and an overlock function completely differently.


It is recommended that beginners first get a sewing machine and learn the basics of sewing. There are a multitude of sewing classes for beginners as well as advanced sewists offered by many BERNINA authorized dealers as well as online on YouTube or via online sewing courses. Once you have acquired a wealth of sewing knowledge and wish to expand your skills, then it will be time to get an overlocker. You will find that you’ll have twice as much fun sewing and the results will be so much more beautiful.

BERNINA Overlocker – Sew, cut and tidy up in a single operation


The BERNINA overlock machine, the specialist for highly stretchy seams in knitwear, fine rolled hems in lightweight fabrics or decorative flatlock seams in wovens or knits.

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TYPICAL BERNINA! This sets BERNINA sewing machines apart


Why should you buy a sewing machine from BERNINA? Because for more than 125 years we have focused our passion into developing sewing and embroidery machines of the highest quality.


The BERNINA name has always been synonymous with robustness and durability. Quality is evident in the precision of the stitches and the high needle penetration power when sewing thick fabrics.Our machines are tested extensively before leaving our factory. And we remain available to provide support and advice after purchase. Our authorized dealers receive regular product training so that they can provide expert assistance to our customers.


A wealth of exclusive and innovative functions and features and simple, intuitive operation sets BERNINA sewing machines apart from all others. They guarantee simple and intuitive operation despite the highly complex technology and open up a world of new possibilities for your creative ideas. Almost all BERNINA models feature a touch screen that lets you keep track of your settings at a glance and functions like a modern smartphone. And many things run automatically! The automatic foot lifter automatically lowers the foot when you start sewing and raises it at the touch of a button. The automatic presser foot pressure feature ensures that the presser foot has the ideal pressure for the selected stitch. The default setting can be adjusted for specific materials. And the automatic thread cutter trims the thread and lifts the needle and presser foot with just the touch of a button. What service!


But there are even more exclusive features from BERNINA! The BERNINA Hook is one of the best ideas to come from our Swiss engineers. With up to a 9 mm stitch width, the BERNINA Hook allows you to sew precisely and quietly for even longer stretches without interruption thanks to the jumbo-sized bobbin. The BERNINA Adaptive Thread Tension also deserves to be mentioned. This great innovation from BERNINA ensures the ideal thread tension as you sew, helping you to achieve perfect stitch quality on both sides of the fabric. After you set the thread tension for the thread and fabric, the BERNINA Adaptive Thread Tension continuously checks it as you sew, adjusting it unobtrusively and automatically whenever necessary. The result: the finest sewing and embroidery quality, with no need to even press a button. The BERNINA Dual Feed is especially helpful when sewing delicate materials. When activated, the Dual Feed feeds the material from both the top and bottom, letting you sew difficult fabrics evenly and carefully.


One of the most revolutionary BERNINA presser feet for regular stitches with variable speed is the BERNINA Stitch Regulator. Thanks to modern sensor technology, it is particularly suited for freehand sewing, i. e. sewing with a lowered feed dog. It ensures a perfect stitch result when sewing straight and zigzag stitches. The BERNINA Free Hand System (FHS) is also one of BERNINA’s exclusives. The knee lever lowers the feed dog and raises the presser foot simultaneously so that both hands are free to guide and manoeuvre the fabric.


If embroidery is your passion, then Pinpoint Placement is an important function for you. It helps you precisely position and align embroidery motifs on the fabric. The Smart Secure function conveniently adds tie-on/off stitches to a design if none are pre-programmed. And the Invisible Secure makes the perfected tie-on/off formation completely invisible. The cutting of jump stitches at every length can be set individually. All of this and much more is par for the course for a BERNINA!





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Where to buy a sewing machine: The 7 Best Sewing Machines on Amazon: Reviews and Advice

The 7 Best Sewing Machines on Amazon: Reviews and Advice

Buying a new sewing machine is exciting and sometimes a little bit difficult. There are sewing machines available for every budget with hundreds of stitches and a myriad of amazing features. But what stitches do you actually need? Which features and functions will you love? Which are the best sewing machines for you? Let me help take some of that stress away by answering your questions and showing you the 7 sewing machines that are for sale on Amazon right now that I recommend. Most of these I have purchased and I continue to use.

First question… is it safe to buy a sewing machine on Amazon?

My answer is confidently YES amazon is great for sewing machine purchases – unless you are in the market for a luxury model sewing machine (speaking thousands of dollars), in which case you might really love the support and classes that your local quilt shop can provide. On the other hand, I shopped at 3 different quilt shops for my first top of the line sewing machine, and ended up buying it online anyway. I have had an amazing experience with it. It’s the last one in this post.

What is the lowest priced entry level sewing machine you would buy?

That would be the Brother XR3774. It’s solidly built and for the price it comes with an impressive number of feet including classics like the presser foot, buttonhole foot, and zipper foot, as well as accessories (which can be shared with other Brother sewing machines at this level). There is one button hole stitch and a number of other basic utility stitches like zigzag that will come in handy. If all you want to sew is basic mending (such as hemming pants by machine) or small sewing projects, this will do this fine. It’s also a great machine for someone getting started with sewing.

Is there a better entry level sewing machine?

If you are willing to spend a little more (still under $200), I would recommend the Brother CS7000X. I bought this machine so I could have an extra one for teaching beginners and for taking to classes. I was very impressed with all the features and accessories that came with it (including a hard case). It has 70 built in stitches including 7 different buttonhole styles and an appliqué blanket stitch that I’m fond of, plus many more decorative stitches. Plus the Brother CS7000X is easy to use and sews well. At this level you start to see included tools like a screwdriver, dust brush to remove lint, and more. See my first impressions about this sewing machine here.

What about a beginner embroidery machine (that can sew too)?

Funny you should ask! For Christmas a couple years ago I gave my sister the Brother SE600. It was for completely selfish reasons – I wanted a machine embroidery buddy. Brother entry-level embroidery machines were recommended to me by an expert at quilt market for people who aren’t sure if they will love embroidery. They are easy to learn on and a great way to get your feet wet with embroidery.

My sister loves this machine and got hooked on embroidery! The small color screen is enough to learn on, and I have been astounded by how much she can achieve with just a 4’’ embroidery hoop. This machine also includes all the sewing functions that the sewing machines above have such as 103 built in stitches, 10 automatic buttonhole styles, and a number of accessories.

Bargain time: right now you can buy a special edition Star Wars version of this sewing machine for almost $200 less. I guess they didn’t sell as many of those as they expected so if you don’t mind the Star Wars logos, you can get a great deal on it!

I’m ready for a Sewing Machine with more.

Okay, let’s level up! The Janome 4120 QDC will give you a taste of some of the features you can find on high end machines. I’m talking about a thread cutter, alphabet stitches (small – not the same as embroidery), a memory function, and a lock stitch button which will finish the current stitch pattern and then secure your stitching. The needle has 15 positions, and you know I love being able to nudge my needle to the right or the left for certain applications (like quilt piecing and sewing binding). It’s also an upgrade in power, making sewing through heavy fabrics like denim easier, but maybe not leather.

What’s your Favorite Workhorse of a Sewing Machine?

Everyone who knows me knows it is my Juki TL2010Q. She is a treasure. Sure, this is only a straight stitch sewing machine but that one stitch is so beautiful and perfect every time that I will never complain. There are fantastically intuitive dials for stitch length and thread tension. There are also higher end features like a knee lift lever, telescoping thread stand (so you can use large cones), a thread cutter, and a very sensitive foot pedal for fine speed control.

I have sewn entire quilts, bags, and pieces of clothing on this machine (not stretchy knit fabric, though). I dragged this machine on airplanes to Denver twice so I could use it while filming my Craftsy classes (I was nervous enough and didn’t want to be nervous about my sewing machine), and quickly learned just how NOT lightweight it is due to the heavy-duty metal frame. When kids bring me something that needs mending fast and I don’t want to mess with anything fancy, I switch on the Juki and she is ready to go. It pushes through many layers of fabric without a sweat. Topstitching on this machine is better than ANY topstitching I have done on much more expensive machines. And for a while I put it on a Grace frame and did free arm quilting! Nowadays I use it on a wide table with an extension table so I can fit larger projects.

I could on and on, but I’ll just link you to my review instead.

I’m ready to try a High End Sewing Machine.

Woo hoo… You are all in, baby! Check out everything that comes with the Janome Memory Craft Horizon 8200! Feet, needles, tools and even a seam ripper. But the accessories aren’t really what you are paying for here. When you step up to a high end sewing machine, the entire feel of sewing is different. The drive system is more advanced so everything works better and more smoothly. I’m sorry that everyone can’t experience it.

I must say something about the Janome AccuFeed System (walking foot) that comes on this machine and other high end Janome sewing machines (like the one I own below): It is exceptional. I absolutely love it. I used my Janome AccuFeed Walking foot SO MUCH that I wore it out. Guess how much the replacement cost? About $50. I was shocked. Don’t ask how much sewing machine feet from the other high end brand cost. All of the replacement parts that I have purchased from time to time for my Janome Memory Craft 14000 (below) have been shockingly inexpensive, even when I purchased them from a dealer because I couldn’t find them on Amazon.

But back to the Janome Memory Craft Horizon 8200, here are more high end features I should tell you about:

  • You can’t tell from the picture above, but there is a HUGE 11’’ space left of needle for quilts and large projects.

  • Knee lift.

  • Automatic thread cutter.

  • Extra wide 9mm stitches.

  • Automatic thread cutter.

  • Tons of stitches and 10 automatic buttonhole designs.

Is the price jump to a high end sewing machine worth it? If you can afford it… YES.

What’s the best High End Sewing Machine you can buy on Amazon?

That’s easy. It’s the Janome Memory Craft 14,000. I bought it and absolutely love it. I thought I would put this sewing machine up for sale after I bought my Bernina 770, but I changed my mind. In my opinion, the embroidery is better, the walking foot (AccuFeed System) is better, the automatic needle threader is second to none (really no one else makes one so fully automatic) and it’s easier to sew with. No matter how wonderful the Bernina is (and it can be wonderful), I simply cannot give up this Janome. It is by far, the best deal for an (almost) top of the line sewing machine that you can buy. And mine has never been in the shop! It’s the perfect choice for advanced sewers with the budget for an upgrade.

Why is this machine not Janome’s top of the line? Because it lacks a few features compared to the Memory Craft 15,000 that to me were not worth paying extra for. Those features include wi-fi capability, an electronic tablet (your dealer will throw it in as a free gift), some extra stitches and embroidery designs, and a new special setting for ruler quilting.

Guess what, you can still do ruler quilting on the free motion setting with this ruler foot, and I have no need for a sewing machine with wi-fi or another electronic tablet. I’d rather save $5k. I was told by a quilt market insider that Janome designed their 14,000 model for countries where wi-fi is not yet standard everywhere. U.S. Janome dealers don’t carry it, but they can special order it for you.

What else is so great about the Janome Memory Craft 14,000?

  • I already told you about the AccuFeed Walking Foot system that comes on this machine. It’s the same system that’s on the 8200 above, except when you buy this model it comes with a narrow and a wide walking foot (you can buy the narrow one separately for the 8200 if you wish).

  • All of the other amazing features on the Janome 8200, including 11’’ to the left of the needle.

  • The embroidery capabilities are astounding! It comes with 4 or more embroidery hoops (maybe more if you get a bonus package) and the largest embroidery hoop is 9. 1’’ x 11.8’’. It really does embroider quietly and beautifully.

  • There are more automatic stitches than you will ever use (400) and 13 fully automatic buttonhole designs.

  • Independent bobbin winding.

This is my favorite sewing machine. Here’s the latest review I did for it.

So those are my recommendations for buying a sewing machine on Amazon. I hope you find one that fits you and your budget perfectly so you can sew to your heart’s content. If all you can afford is the least expensive entry level sewing machine above – get it! Perhaps you’ll start a business like I did and grow into a top of the line machine!

xoxo,

P.S. You might also like to know my favorite sewing scissors to recommend.

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Every household should have a sewing machine. Just like countless other electronic household appliances, a sewing machine can lighten the load of our daily lives. But unlike a vacuum cleaner or a washing machine, a sewing machine can do so much more than just that – it can even sweeten our day-to-day lives!

Read about the advantages of owning a sewing machine and learn some tips for purchasing your very own.

Why do I need a sewing machine?

Everyone is familiar with this scenario: You have just pulled out your favorite outfit from the closet only to discover that a seam on your favorite blouse has split open! You have three options in a case like this:
  1. get angry and (once you find the time) take the blouse to a tailor
  2. get angry and throw the blouse away
  3. sit down at your sewing machine and quickly resew the seam


The purchase of a sewing machine always pays off and is sustainable. Repairing seams, hemming trousers, patching holes and sewing on buttons … those of you with children already know how handy having your own sewing machine can be. But it’s not just daily sewing that can be completed in a blink of an eye. Your own creative ideas can be designed and accomplished as well. The selection of materials is enormous; whether colorful or monochrome prints made of cotton, jersey, denim, or fine silk, the possibilities are infinite and can be turned into unique creative pieces in your very own sewing room. Not only is sewing fun, but it also provides relaxation and a way to slow down our hectic lives. Children and teens will also enjoy having a creative hobby with wearable results: a simple skirt, a t-shirt, or accessories such as bags or pillows… something that is handmade holds value not only to the person who made it, but also to the person who receives it as a gift. The personal touch counts!

What do I need to look out for when buying a sewing machine?

So you have decided to buy a sewing machine.

What a great idea! You will be able to perform your own sewing tasks easily and efficiently at home in the very near future. But what is important to know when buying a sewing machine? First you must ask yourself a few questions:

  • Will you just be repairing items once in a while, or would you like to get creative and sew something unique?
  • Which functions are important to you? For instance, different buttonhole stitches, heavy duty sewing or a large selection of ornate decorative stitches.
  • Do you want a machine do patchwork and quilting work? Or one for embroidery?
  • How much room do you have at home? Will you be able to leave the machine set up, or will you have to put it away after each use?
  • What kind of budget do you have available?


There are sewing machines for every price range. You have to bear in mind, however, that the extremely cheap models available at discount retailers may not live up to your expectations. And it would be a shame if your newfound passion for a hobby quickly fizzled as a result. Premium sewing machines easily work with diverse materials and sew beautiful stitches thanks to powerful motors and high-quality hooks. They also allow you to avoid loops, loose threads, irregular thread tension and seams, and thread breakages. Just as with all other electrical household appliances, the same rule applies: good quality comes at a price, but it always pays off in the end. Buy the right one from the start.


Do your research and consult with a specialized retailer. Additionally, try out different sewing machine models at your authorized dealer. BERNINA offers smaller, larger, and very large models with different ranges of functions. Of course, the bigger models have more to offer and are therefore a little more expensive. Think about what exactly it is you need from a sewing machine and what comfort functions you absolutely cannot do without. Pay particular attention to functions that may offer you a new perspective. For instance, there are many BERNINA sewing machines that are also capable of embroidery. You don’t embroider? Simply give it a try!


Our tip for you: Make a purchase with an eye towards growth – and especially on developing your expertise. Because you will grow with the creative requirements of every project that you undertake. The more often and the longer that you sew, the more knowledge and skills you will gain and the higher your standards will rise. Wouldn’t it be wonderful, then, if your sewing machine also had more to offer? If you are not initially purchasing with a look to the future, then there might also be the possibility of trading in used sewing machines as payment towards a new model at authorized BERNINA dealers. Isn’t that convenient? One way or another, you should choose a sewing machine that you will be able to understand and operate. Easy operation is important, but “easy” is a highly subjective concept that can be greatly determined by one’s age and previous knowledge. Which is why we have just one thing to say: Head to your local specialized store and try out a BERNINA for yourself!


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Computerized sewing machine or mechanical sewing machine?

There are mechanical sewing machines and electronic sewing machines, the latter also being called computerized sewing machines.


Mechanical sewing machines are considered very sturdy and their operation is likewise simple. However, when compared to computerized sewing machines, the range of functions and even the level of comfort of the mechanical machines are less extensive. Generally, you can only choose between a few stitches, and all basic settings, such as stitch length, stitch width, needle position, and thread tension must be adjusted by the user to the fabric surface and thickness, the thread, and the selected stitch.


Electronic sewing machines have a significantly greater range of function. The large selection of sewing and decorative stitches, as well as the extensive automated functions and programming options, make computerized sewing machines true multi-talented workhorses. Additionally, the many extras and comfort functions make operating the machines and sewing even easier. For instance, computerized sewing machines (depending on which model) can automatically bring the needle into the right threading position or automatically cut the thread at the push of a button. Even sewing and securing the thread at the end of a seam can be performed at the push of a button on many models. In addition, you have the option of starting the machine using a foot pedal that can control the speed of the machine, or you can simply do without the foot control and operate the machine using a start/stop button. Computerized sewing machines also have greater sewing speeds than their mechanical counterparts and significantly quieter operation.


Many computerized sewing machines are also capable of sewing alphabet letters, allowing you to personalize your sewing projects. The typically large selection of decorative stitches has something for everyone when it comes to embellishments and decorations. Models in the higher price range can even save various stitches and stitch pattern combinations. Computerized sewing machines in the higher price range are also generally equipped with an embroidery function. This means that you can turn your sewing machine into an embroidery machine with an additional embroidery module and embroidery hoops. Embroidery opens up a multitude of options for embellishment, personalization, and individualization. Whether floral patterns on jeans, animal motifs on children’s t-shirts, or monograms on hand towels and napkins… embroidery is a hobby for creative individuals and happens to be a lot of fun.


Operating an electronic sewing machine is extremely easy. The sewing machine is operated using a display, which is generally a touch screen with a modern swiping function on the more expensive models. All settings are adjustable using this display as well. Operation is very intuitive and the logistics and menu operation of the integrated software is similar to that of a computer or a smartphone. The desired stitches are selected via the display. Additional settings can be adjusted under the setup option – these settings may be more or less extensive depending on the model.


Certainly, computerized sewing machines are more expensive than their mechanical counterparts, but they have significantly more to offer.

How do you take care of a sewing machine?

The better care you take of your sewing machine, the longer it will bring you joy. But how exactly does one take care of a sewing machine? What do you do? What can and can’t you do yourself? And how often?


It fundamentally depends on how often you use your sewing machine and how intensively you pursue your hobby. Dust and fluff should be removed from the sewing machine after each use, since working with materials and threads quickly produces dust that can settle in the hook of the sewing machine and in the feed dog, resulting in skipped stitches or unsightly knots in the bobbin thread. A simple and very efficient method is to use a vacuum cleaner. If you open the clasp of the hook on your (turned off!) BERNINA sewing machine, you can use the vacuum cleaner hose (best without the attachment) to thoroughly clean the entire area around the hook and easily remove the remaining thread and fluff. Do the same from above the stitch plate, which allows you to remove the residual fluff from the feed dog so you can once again work in a clean environment. Cleaning is important, but so is oiling the machine from time to time. If you also embroider with your sewing machine, you must oil it often because the machine is put under more stress with the high speeds than it is when performing simple sewing work.


You must place the oil on the proper site on the hook. One drop of sewing machine oil is enough to make the system run smoothly again. It is important that you don’t use just any sewing machine oil, because different hook systems on different machines require different oil. Ask your specialized dealer beforehand! When applying oil, be sure that you distribute the oil well while the machine is at rest and let the machine run (without needle and thread) by pressing on the foot control. After you have oiled your sewing machine, you will first want to sew a little on a piece of test fabric to ensure that oil residue is not leaking out that could stain your precious materials you bought for your new creations.


You also have the choice of having your sewing machine checked and serviced or, in the event of issues, repaired by a BERNINA sewing machine specialist. In most BERNINA authorized stores you will find a complete wellness offer to ensure your satisfaction with your sewing machine.


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Which sewing machine accessories do you need?


Many different accessories are included when you purchase a BERNINA sewing machine, such as presser feet or soles (depending on the model), bobbins, seam ripper, brush, and oil. Presser feet or soles are usually required for general sewing work, such as zippers, buttonholes, or blind hemming. They are included in the delivery package with your BERNINA sewing machine, depending on the model. Another useful accessory is the freearm slide-on extension table. It expands the sewing surface, which makes working on large sewing projects or working with difficult materials significantly easier. Freearm slide-on tables are sometimes included in the delivery and sometimes are available as an optional accessory. Freearm refers to the exposed part of the sewing machine arm. This is the area that also has an open section underneath so that you can work on closed items, such as trouser legs, sleeves, cuffs, or even smaller items like children’s t-shirts.


There are, of course, countless optional accessories to equip your sewing machine with. Unique accessories have been developed for various applications to make life easier for the hobbyist and the professional sewist alike. Whether it’s a binder attachment, a jeans presser foot, a darning foot, a gathering foot, a button sew-on foot, a quilting foot, a pin tuck foot, an embroidery foot, a patchwork foot, a piping foot, or a couching foot – the list is far from complete. But there is more to offer than presser feet. There are also spool holders, needle plates for special applications, as well as the knee lifter for the legendary BERNINA Free Hand System (FHS) available for purchase. The knee lifter allows you to raise or lower the presser foot while simultaneously lowering the feed dog without having to take your hands off the sewing project – everything is controlled by moving your knee.


There are different ways to find the right accessories for your sewing machine. You will find every kind of accessory for your sewing machine online in the BERNINA Accessories Search. Alternatively, you can contact a BERNINA authorized dealer or flip through the BERNINA accessories catalog. There is nothing that does not exist. The selection is vast and investing in additional accessories for special applications is worth it. Accessories not only make sewing easier, but they make your sewing projects more professional and your sewing machine more valuable.

What is the difference between a sewing machine and an overlock (also known as an overlocker or a serger)?

To start off with, you can also sew a seam with an overlock machine – an overlock seam!


Overlock seams are generally found on the inside of practically all articles of clothing. An overlock machine cuts, sews and finishes the edges of fabric in one fell swoop, making the finishes and seams perfectly clean and professional-looking as well as secure from coming undone. An overlock is a specialized machine with a looper system that is designed completely differently than that of a sewing machine. The overlock creates loops, like a type of chain, that enclose the fabric edges. Particularly elastic materials, such as jersey and knitwear, are easy to handle with an overlock so that no unwanted waves are created. It is generally recommended that you purchase an overlock machine in addition to a sewing machine, particularly if you like to sew clothing that looks professional both inside and out.


Although there are one or even a few overlock stitches on many sewing machine models, it must be noted that this useful stitch is not comparable to the overlock stitches on an overlock machine. An overlock not only has various stitches with one or two needles and two loopers (depending on the model and stitch), but it also has a small integrated knife that cuts, stitches, and finishes the fabric edges at the same time while you sew. You can certainly sew an overlock seam using the overlock stitch on a sewing machine, but the appearance and the technique used to create it will be different than that done by an overlock machine, since a sewing machine and an overlock function completely differently.


It is recommended that beginners first get a sewing machine and learn the basics of sewing. There are a multitude of sewing classes for beginners as well as advanced sewists offered by many BERNINA authorized dealers as well as online on YouTube or via online sewing courses. Once you have acquired a wealth of sewing knowledge and wish to expand your skills, then it will be time to get an overlocker. You will find that you’ll have twice as much fun sewing and the results will be so much more beautiful.

BERNINA Overlocker – Sew, cut and tidy up in a single operation


The BERNINA overlock machine, the specialist for highly stretchy seams in knitwear, fine rolled hems in lightweight fabrics or decorative flatlock seams in wovens or knits.

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TYPICAL BERNINA! This sets BERNINA sewing machines apart


Why should you buy a sewing machine from BERNINA? Because for more than 125 years we have focused our passion into developing sewing and embroidery machines of the highest quality.


The BERNINA name has always been synonymous with robustness and durability. Quality is evident in the precision of the stitches and the high needle penetration power when sewing thick fabrics.Our machines are tested extensively before leaving our factory. And we remain available to provide support and advice after purchase. Our authorized dealers receive regular product training so that they can provide expert assistance to our customers.


A wealth of exclusive and innovative functions and features and simple, intuitive operation sets BERNINA sewing machines apart from all others. They guarantee simple and intuitive operation despite the highly complex technology and open up a world of new possibilities for your creative ideas. Almost all BERNINA models feature a touch screen that lets you keep track of your settings at a glance and functions like a modern smartphone. And many things run automatically! The automatic foot lifter automatically lowers the foot when you start sewing and raises it at the touch of a button. The automatic presser foot pressure feature ensures that the presser foot has the ideal pressure for the selected stitch. The default setting can be adjusted for specific materials. And the automatic thread cutter trims the thread and lifts the needle and presser foot with just the touch of a button. What service!


But there are even more exclusive features from BERNINA! The BERNINA Hook is one of the best ideas to come from our Swiss engineers. With up to a 9 mm stitch width, the BERNINA Hook allows you to sew precisely and quietly for even longer stretches without interruption thanks to the jumbo-sized bobbin. The BERNINA Adaptive Thread Tension also deserves to be mentioned. This great innovation from BERNINA ensures the ideal thread tension as you sew, helping you to achieve perfect stitch quality on both sides of the fabric. After you set the thread tension for the thread and fabric, the BERNINA Adaptive Thread Tension continuously checks it as you sew, adjusting it unobtrusively and automatically whenever necessary. The result: the finest sewing and embroidery quality, with no need to even press a button. The BERNINA Dual Feed is especially helpful when sewing delicate materials. When activated, the Dual Feed feeds the material from both the top and bottom, letting you sew difficult fabrics evenly and carefully.


One of the most revolutionary BERNINA presser feet for regular stitches with variable speed is the BERNINA Stitch Regulator. Thanks to modern sensor technology, it is particularly suited for freehand sewing, i. e. sewing with a lowered feed dog. It ensures a perfect stitch result when sewing straight and zigzag stitches. The BERNINA Free Hand System (FHS) is also one of BERNINA’s exclusives. The knee lever lowers the feed dog and raises the presser foot simultaneously so that both hands are free to guide and manoeuvre the fabric.


If embroidery is your passion, then Pinpoint Placement is an important function for you. It helps you precisely position and align embroidery motifs on the fabric. The Smart Secure function conveniently adds tie-on/off stitches to a design if none are pre-programmed. And the Invisible Secure makes the perfected tie-on/off formation completely invisible. The cutting of jump stitches at every length can be set individually. All of this and much more is par for the course for a BERNINA!





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Over 2,000 BERNINA Stores worldwide offer valuable services to all our customers. Your local BERNINA Store is there to proudly help you, with advice on machines and accessories that best suit your needs, selection of BERNINA Embroidery Software and also in servicing your BERNINA.

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Where to buy a sewing machine: The 7 Best Sewing Machines on Amazon: Reviews and Advice

The 7 Best Sewing Machines on Amazon: Reviews and Advice

Buying a new sewing machine is exciting and sometimes a little bit difficult. There are sewing machines available for every budget with hundreds of stitches and a myriad of amazing features. But what stitches do you actually need? Which features and functions will you love? Which are the best sewing machines for you? Let me help take some of that stress away by answering your questions and showing you the 7 sewing machines that are for sale on Amazon right now that I recommend. Most of these I have purchased and I continue to use.

First question… is it safe to buy a sewing machine on Amazon?

My answer is confidently YES amazon is great for sewing machine purchases – unless you are in the market for a luxury model sewing machine (speaking thousands of dollars), in which case you might really love the support and classes that your local quilt shop can provide. On the other hand, I shopped at 3 different quilt shops for my first top of the line sewing machine, and ended up buying it online anyway. I have had an amazing experience with it. It’s the last one in this post.

What is the lowest priced entry level sewing machine you would buy?

That would be the Brother XR3774. It’s solidly built and for the price it comes with an impressive number of feet including classics like the presser foot, buttonhole foot, and zipper foot, as well as accessories (which can be shared with other Brother sewing machines at this level). There is one button hole stitch and a number of other basic utility stitches like zigzag that will come in handy. If all you want to sew is basic mending (such as hemming pants by machine) or small sewing projects, this will do this fine. It’s also a great machine for someone getting started with sewing.

Is there a better entry level sewing machine?

If you are willing to spend a little more (still under $200), I would recommend the Brother CS7000X. I bought this machine so I could have an extra one for teaching beginners and for taking to classes. I was very impressed with all the features and accessories that came with it (including a hard case). It has 70 built in stitches including 7 different buttonhole styles and an appliqué blanket stitch that I’m fond of, plus many more decorative stitches. Plus the Brother CS7000X is easy to use and sews well. At this level you start to see included tools like a screwdriver, dust brush to remove lint, and more. See my first impressions about this sewing machine here.

What about a beginner embroidery machine (that can sew too)?

Funny you should ask! For Christmas a couple years ago I gave my sister the Brother SE600. It was for completely selfish reasons – I wanted a machine embroidery buddy. Brother entry-level embroidery machines were recommended to me by an expert at quilt market for people who aren’t sure if they will love embroidery. They are easy to learn on and a great way to get your feet wet with embroidery.

My sister loves this machine and got hooked on embroidery! The small color screen is enough to learn on, and I have been astounded by how much she can achieve with just a 4’’ embroidery hoop. This machine also includes all the sewing functions that the sewing machines above have such as 103 built in stitches, 10 automatic buttonhole styles, and a number of accessories.

Bargain time: right now you can buy a special edition Star Wars version of this sewing machine for almost $200 less. I guess they didn’t sell as many of those as they expected so if you don’t mind the Star Wars logos, you can get a great deal on it!

I’m ready for a Sewing Machine with more.

Okay, let’s level up! The Janome 4120 QDC will give you a taste of some of the features you can find on high end machines. I’m talking about a thread cutter, alphabet stitches (small – not the same as embroidery), a memory function, and a lock stitch button which will finish the current stitch pattern and then secure your stitching. The needle has 15 positions, and you know I love being able to nudge my needle to the right or the left for certain applications (like quilt piecing and sewing binding). It’s also an upgrade in power, making sewing through heavy fabrics like denim easier, but maybe not leather.

What’s your Favorite Workhorse of a Sewing Machine?

Everyone who knows me knows it is my Juki TL2010Q. She is a treasure. Sure, this is only a straight stitch sewing machine but that one stitch is so beautiful and perfect every time that I will never complain. There are fantastically intuitive dials for stitch length and thread tension. There are also higher end features like a knee lift lever, telescoping thread stand (so you can use large cones), a thread cutter, and a very sensitive foot pedal for fine speed control.

I have sewn entire quilts, bags, and pieces of clothing on this machine (not stretchy knit fabric, though). I dragged this machine on airplanes to Denver twice so I could use it while filming my Craftsy classes (I was nervous enough and didn’t want to be nervous about my sewing machine), and quickly learned just how NOT lightweight it is due to the heavy-duty metal frame. When kids bring me something that needs mending fast and I don’t want to mess with anything fancy, I switch on the Juki and she is ready to go. It pushes through many layers of fabric without a sweat. Topstitching on this machine is better than ANY topstitching I have done on much more expensive machines. And for a while I put it on a Grace frame and did free arm quilting! Nowadays I use it on a wide table with an extension table so I can fit larger projects.

I could on and on, but I’ll just link you to my review instead.

I’m ready to try a High End Sewing Machine.

Woo hoo… You are all in, baby! Check out everything that comes with the Janome Memory Craft Horizon 8200! Feet, needles, tools and even a seam ripper. But the accessories aren’t really what you are paying for here. When you step up to a high end sewing machine, the entire feel of sewing is different. The drive system is more advanced so everything works better and more smoothly. I’m sorry that everyone can’t experience it.

I must say something about the Janome AccuFeed System (walking foot) that comes on this machine and other high end Janome sewing machines (like the one I own below): It is exceptional. I absolutely love it. I used my Janome AccuFeed Walking foot SO MUCH that I wore it out. Guess how much the replacement cost? About $50. I was shocked. Don’t ask how much sewing machine feet from the other high end brand cost. All of the replacement parts that I have purchased from time to time for my Janome Memory Craft 14000 (below) have been shockingly inexpensive, even when I purchased them from a dealer because I couldn’t find them on Amazon.

But back to the Janome Memory Craft Horizon 8200, here are more high end features I should tell you about:

  • You can’t tell from the picture above, but there is a HUGE 11’’ space left of needle for quilts and large projects.

  • Knee lift.

  • Automatic thread cutter.

  • Extra wide 9mm stitches.

  • Automatic thread cutter.

  • Tons of stitches and 10 automatic buttonhole designs.

Is the price jump to a high end sewing machine worth it? If you can afford it… YES.

What’s the best High End Sewing Machine you can buy on Amazon?

That’s easy. It’s the Janome Memory Craft 14,000. I bought it and absolutely love it. I thought I would put this sewing machine up for sale after I bought my Bernina 770, but I changed my mind. In my opinion, the embroidery is better, the walking foot (AccuFeed System) is better, the automatic needle threader is second to none (really no one else makes one so fully automatic) and it’s easier to sew with. No matter how wonderful the Bernina is (and it can be wonderful), I simply cannot give up this Janome. It is by far, the best deal for an (almost) top of the line sewing machine that you can buy. And mine has never been in the shop! It’s the perfect choice for advanced sewers with the budget for an upgrade.

Why is this machine not Janome’s top of the line? Because it lacks a few features compared to the Memory Craft 15,000 that to me were not worth paying extra for. Those features include wi-fi capability, an electronic tablet (your dealer will throw it in as a free gift), some extra stitches and embroidery designs, and a new special setting for ruler quilting.

Guess what, you can still do ruler quilting on the free motion setting with this ruler foot, and I have no need for a sewing machine with wi-fi or another electronic tablet. I’d rather save $5k. I was told by a quilt market insider that Janome designed their 14,000 model for countries where wi-fi is not yet standard everywhere. U.S. Janome dealers don’t carry it, but they can special order it for you.

What else is so great about the Janome Memory Craft 14,000?

  • I already told you about the AccuFeed Walking Foot system that comes on this machine. It’s the same system that’s on the 8200 above, except when you buy this model it comes with a narrow and a wide walking foot (you can buy the narrow one separately for the 8200 if you wish).

  • All of the other amazing features on the Janome 8200, including 11’’ to the left of the needle.

  • The embroidery capabilities are astounding! It comes with 4 or more embroidery hoops (maybe more if you get a bonus package) and the largest embroidery hoop is 9. 1’’ x 11.8’’. It really does embroider quietly and beautifully.

  • There are more automatic stitches than you will ever use (400) and 13 fully automatic buttonhole designs.

  • Independent bobbin winding.

This is my favorite sewing machine. Here’s the latest review I did for it.

So those are my recommendations for buying a sewing machine on Amazon. I hope you find one that fits you and your budget perfectly so you can sew to your heart’s content. If all you can afford is the least expensive entry level sewing machine above – get it! Perhaps you’ll start a business like I did and grow into a top of the line machine!

xoxo,

P.S. You might also like to know my favorite sewing scissors to recommend.

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The Ultimate Guide to Buying a Sewing Machine

Whether you want to start sewing for the first time or you want to upgrade your current sewing machine, you might be wondering what kind of machine you should buy. It would be great if there was one machine to recommend to everyone, but the reality is that your dream machine might be different from someone else’s.

Don’t worry. Your dream machine exists, and by paying attention to what you really need for your sewing practice, you’ll be able to find it. We’ll share 10 tips for buying a machine below. But before you drive to your local machine dealer—actually, before you even start reading reviews of sewing machines— it helps to start with a little pre-interview.


How to Pre-interview Your Sewing Machine

To prepare for machine shopping, sit down, visualize yourself sewing on your new machine, and answer these questions. These questions will differ slightly if this is your very first sewing machine or if you are upgrading the one you currently use.

If you’re buying your first machine

  • How often do think you will sew? If you just want to hem pants and curtains, an entry-level machine will be great. If sewing is your new favorite hobby, it will probably be worth it to invest in a machine with more capabilities. In this case, stretch your budget as much as possible to get a machine you can really grow into. Just don’t get one that intimidates you.

  • What projects do you plan to sew the most? Do you think you will be sewing garments, home dec, or quilts? All of these projects use different fabrics and different techniques. Don’t worry, you don’t need to know all the details yet, but having a general idea of the types of projects you want to sew can help you identify which features are a must-have in a machine. If you are going to a dealership, let them know your plans.

If you’re upgrading your current machine

  • What kind of things do you sew the most? If you’re into quilting, you may want some extra features, such as a dual feed, quarter-inch foot, and walking foot. If you sew a lot of garments, you may want certain specialty stitches, buttonholes, and a freehand system to raise and lower your presser foot.

  • What would you like to sew in the future? Are there different types of sewing you might do in the future? Or do you plan to do more of one particular kind of sewing—like repairing denim? What about machine embroidery?

  • How often do you sew? If you sew constantly, it will probably be worth it to invest in a machine with more capabilities. If it’s a once-in-a-while activity, a barebones machine could be just fine.

  • What features do you like about the machine you currently have? If you already have a machine, what do you like and dislike about it?

  • How do you feel about the size of your current machine? Would you like something more compact on your sewing table? Or do you need more room for large projects? Do you have a dedicated sewing area so you won’t have to transport your machine from room to room?

Once you’ve completed your pre-interview, it’s time to start researching machines. Here are 10 tips for buying a new—or your first—sewing machine.


10 Tips for Sewing Machine Shopping


  1. Ask yourself, do you really need all those stitches? Unless you plan to use a bunch of decorative machine stitches, you only need a few stitches for garment construction. The vast majority of home sewists will get by just fine with a straight stitch, a zigzag, and a buttonhole function. Other garment garment stitches include a stretch (or lightning stitch), and faux overlock.

  2. Pay for what you really need in a machine. This isn’t only advice for seasoned makers. If you are new to sewing, small obstacles can derail you, so don’t start with a machine that doesn’t sew well just because it’s cheaper. You don’t want your machine to discourage your new hobby. That being said, don’t spend money on features that you won’t use.

  3. Buy from a dealership, not a big chain store. Have you ever peeked inside a sewing machine? There’s a lot going on, and if you’re new, you might need some troubleshooting help. Your local sewing shop will provide regular machine maintenance, repairs, and general support that big chains simply won’t.

  4. If you can’t find a dealer, look for webinar classes. Many dealerships around the world have uploaded helpful information about the machines they carry. You can take virtual tours of all the different brands and their lines.

  5. Sit down and sew on the machine. Consider your machine like you would a new car. Don’t you want to test drive it? You never know, you might want that free-hand system once you try it. Bring some fabric or an old pillowcase, try out a few stitches, see how the thread cutter works, and make sure that you love the purr of your machine, because you’ll be hearing it a lot.

  6. Take swatches of the fabric you expect to sew the most, and try the machine with them. Someone who wants to sew athletic wear will use different fabric than someone who wants to sew quilts. To ensure that your potential machine can handle your favorite fabric, bring swatches along for your test sew. Ask your dealer if the machine can handle specialty projects, like denim or bulky layers, stretchy knits, and delicate fabrics. If you plan to sew a lot of buttons, be sure to practice a few buttonholes during your test sew. That one-step buttonhole feature might really be worth it.

  7. Get a machine you can grow into, but not so big that you feel intimidated to use it. This is the same rule with any of your sewing tools. If your machine and tools don’t help you finish your project with ease and joy, you will use them as an excuse not to sew.

  8. Gather as much information as you can, but be mindful of reviews. If you’re reading a quilting forum for advice about sewing swimwear you’re not getting the right reviews. Don’t feel pressure to commit. Take your time and sew on as many machines as necessary until you find the one!

  9. Don’t be afraid to buy used. Aside from vintage treasures, you can often find deals on your local buy nothing groups or Facebook Marketplace. Whenever possible, be sure to test the machine before buying it.

  10. Still stuck? Ask the Seamwork Community! This question comes up a lot in the Community, and you can read about what everyone loves and hates about their current machines.

Which machine features do you want?

Once you’ve completed your pre-interview and identified a few machine brands that you’d like to shop, it’s time to make the final deal. Below is a list of common machine features that you might want on your new machine. Bring this list with you if you aren’t sure what these features look like!

  • Computerized (vs. mechanical)
  • Simple to use (without extraneous features)
  • Automatic buttonhole
  • Decorative stitches (decide which ones are important to you)
  • Alphabets
  • Memory function (so it will remember your stitch settings)
  • Quilting feet, like the walking foot and 1/4 inch foot. These come with some machines.
  • Freehand system for less reaching
  • Fancy buttonholes, like the keyhole buttonhole
  • Mirror image functions (so you can flip a stitch to go the other way)
  • Full shank foot as opposed to snap-on feet
  • Compact size
  • Knot tie feature
  • Advanced foot control (lets you raise and lower the needle with your foot!)
  • Extra wide stitch width
  • Touch screen
  • Embroidery capabilities (some come with the embroidery module, with others you can add it on)
  • Automatic thread cutter
  • 9 hook oscillating bobbin (which can hold up to 100 yards of thread)
  • Extended arm
  • Automatic needle lowering (you start to sew, and the needle lowers automatically)
  • Dual feed
  • Large screen
  • Throat size
  • Stitch designer (you can actually draw your own stitches on the touch screen!)
  • Shape designer (you can design shapes as well!)
  • Service plan or warranty (keep an eye out for payment plans with no interest, too)

After a brief pre-interview, reading those 10 tips, and bringing your machine feature list to the store, you are all set to find your dream sewing machine. If you outgrow your machine in a few years, just come back to this guide and go shopping one more time!

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Where to buy a sewing machine: The 7 Best Sewing Machines on Amazon: Reviews and Advice

The 7 Best Sewing Machines on Amazon: Reviews and Advice

Buying a new sewing machine is exciting and sometimes a little bit difficult. There are sewing machines available for every budget with hundreds of stitches and a myriad of amazing features. But what stitches do you actually need? Which features and functions will you love? Which are the best sewing machines for you? Let me help take some of that stress away by answering your questions and showing you the 7 sewing machines that are for sale on Amazon right now that I recommend. Most of these I have purchased and I continue to use.

First question… is it safe to buy a sewing machine on Amazon?

My answer is confidently YES amazon is great for sewing machine purchases – unless you are in the market for a luxury model sewing machine (speaking thousands of dollars), in which case you might really love the support and classes that your local quilt shop can provide. On the other hand, I shopped at 3 different quilt shops for my first top of the line sewing machine, and ended up buying it online anyway. I have had an amazing experience with it. It’s the last one in this post.

What is the lowest priced entry level sewing machine you would buy?

That would be the Brother XR3774. It’s solidly built and for the price it comes with an impressive number of feet including classics like the presser foot, buttonhole foot, and zipper foot, as well as accessories (which can be shared with other Brother sewing machines at this level). There is one button hole stitch and a number of other basic utility stitches like zigzag that will come in handy. If all you want to sew is basic mending (such as hemming pants by machine) or small sewing projects, this will do this fine. It’s also a great machine for someone getting started with sewing.

Is there a better entry level sewing machine?

If you are willing to spend a little more (still under $200), I would recommend the Brother CS7000X. I bought this machine so I could have an extra one for teaching beginners and for taking to classes. I was very impressed with all the features and accessories that came with it (including a hard case). It has 70 built in stitches including 7 different buttonhole styles and an appliqué blanket stitch that I’m fond of, plus many more decorative stitches. Plus the Brother CS7000X is easy to use and sews well. At this level you start to see included tools like a screwdriver, dust brush to remove lint, and more. See my first impressions about this sewing machine here.

What about a beginner embroidery machine (that can sew too)?

Funny you should ask! For Christmas a couple years ago I gave my sister the Brother SE600. It was for completely selfish reasons – I wanted a machine embroidery buddy. Brother entry-level embroidery machines were recommended to me by an expert at quilt market for people who aren’t sure if they will love embroidery. They are easy to learn on and a great way to get your feet wet with embroidery.

My sister loves this machine and got hooked on embroidery! The small color screen is enough to learn on, and I have been astounded by how much she can achieve with just a 4’’ embroidery hoop. This machine also includes all the sewing functions that the sewing machines above have such as 103 built in stitches, 10 automatic buttonhole styles, and a number of accessories.

Bargain time: right now you can buy a special edition Star Wars version of this sewing machine for almost $200 less. I guess they didn’t sell as many of those as they expected so if you don’t mind the Star Wars logos, you can get a great deal on it!

I’m ready for a Sewing Machine with more.

Okay, let’s level up! The Janome 4120 QDC will give you a taste of some of the features you can find on high end machines. I’m talking about a thread cutter, alphabet stitches (small – not the same as embroidery), a memory function, and a lock stitch button which will finish the current stitch pattern and then secure your stitching. The needle has 15 positions, and you know I love being able to nudge my needle to the right or the left for certain applications (like quilt piecing and sewing binding). It’s also an upgrade in power, making sewing through heavy fabrics like denim easier, but maybe not leather.

What’s your Favorite Workhorse of a Sewing Machine?

Everyone who knows me knows it is my Juki TL2010Q. She is a treasure. Sure, this is only a straight stitch sewing machine but that one stitch is so beautiful and perfect every time that I will never complain. There are fantastically intuitive dials for stitch length and thread tension. There are also higher end features like a knee lift lever, telescoping thread stand (so you can use large cones), a thread cutter, and a very sensitive foot pedal for fine speed control.

I have sewn entire quilts, bags, and pieces of clothing on this machine (not stretchy knit fabric, though). I dragged this machine on airplanes to Denver twice so I could use it while filming my Craftsy classes (I was nervous enough and didn’t want to be nervous about my sewing machine), and quickly learned just how NOT lightweight it is due to the heavy-duty metal frame. When kids bring me something that needs mending fast and I don’t want to mess with anything fancy, I switch on the Juki and she is ready to go. It pushes through many layers of fabric without a sweat. Topstitching on this machine is better than ANY topstitching I have done on much more expensive machines. And for a while I put it on a Grace frame and did free arm quilting! Nowadays I use it on a wide table with an extension table so I can fit larger projects.

I could on and on, but I’ll just link you to my review instead.

I’m ready to try a High End Sewing Machine.

Woo hoo… You are all in, baby! Check out everything that comes with the Janome Memory Craft Horizon 8200! Feet, needles, tools and even a seam ripper. But the accessories aren’t really what you are paying for here. When you step up to a high end sewing machine, the entire feel of sewing is different. The drive system is more advanced so everything works better and more smoothly. I’m sorry that everyone can’t experience it.

I must say something about the Janome AccuFeed System (walking foot) that comes on this machine and other high end Janome sewing machines (like the one I own below): It is exceptional. I absolutely love it. I used my Janome AccuFeed Walking foot SO MUCH that I wore it out. Guess how much the replacement cost? About $50. I was shocked. Don’t ask how much sewing machine feet from the other high end brand cost. All of the replacement parts that I have purchased from time to time for my Janome Memory Craft 14000 (below) have been shockingly inexpensive, even when I purchased them from a dealer because I couldn’t find them on Amazon.

But back to the Janome Memory Craft Horizon 8200, here are more high end features I should tell you about:

  • You can’t tell from the picture above, but there is a HUGE 11’’ space left of needle for quilts and large projects.

  • Knee lift.

  • Automatic thread cutter.

  • Extra wide 9mm stitches.

  • Automatic thread cutter.

  • Tons of stitches and 10 automatic buttonhole designs.

Is the price jump to a high end sewing machine worth it? If you can afford it… YES.

What’s the best High End Sewing Machine you can buy on Amazon?

That’s easy. It’s the Janome Memory Craft 14,000. I bought it and absolutely love it. I thought I would put this sewing machine up for sale after I bought my Bernina 770, but I changed my mind. In my opinion, the embroidery is better, the walking foot (AccuFeed System) is better, the automatic needle threader is second to none (really no one else makes one so fully automatic) and it’s easier to sew with. No matter how wonderful the Bernina is (and it can be wonderful), I simply cannot give up this Janome. It is by far, the best deal for an (almost) top of the line sewing machine that you can buy. And mine has never been in the shop! It’s the perfect choice for advanced sewers with the budget for an upgrade.

Why is this machine not Janome’s top of the line? Because it lacks a few features compared to the Memory Craft 15,000 that to me were not worth paying extra for. Those features include wi-fi capability, an electronic tablet (your dealer will throw it in as a free gift), some extra stitches and embroidery designs, and a new special setting for ruler quilting.

Guess what, you can still do ruler quilting on the free motion setting with this ruler foot, and I have no need for a sewing machine with wi-fi or another electronic tablet. I’d rather save $5k. I was told by a quilt market insider that Janome designed their 14,000 model for countries where wi-fi is not yet standard everywhere. U.S. Janome dealers don’t carry it, but they can special order it for you.

What else is so great about the Janome Memory Craft 14,000?

  • I already told you about the AccuFeed Walking Foot system that comes on this machine. It’s the same system that’s on the 8200 above, except when you buy this model it comes with a narrow and a wide walking foot (you can buy the narrow one separately for the 8200 if you wish).

  • All of the other amazing features on the Janome 8200, including 11’’ to the left of the needle.

  • The embroidery capabilities are astounding! It comes with 4 or more embroidery hoops (maybe more if you get a bonus package) and the largest embroidery hoop is 9. 1’’ x 11.8’’. It really does embroider quietly and beautifully.

  • There are more automatic stitches than you will ever use (400) and 13 fully automatic buttonhole designs.

  • Independent bobbin winding.

This is my favorite sewing machine. Here’s the latest review I did for it.

So those are my recommendations for buying a sewing machine on Amazon. I hope you find one that fits you and your budget perfectly so you can sew to your heart’s content. If all you can afford is the least expensive entry level sewing machine above – get it! Perhaps you’ll start a business like I did and grow into a top of the line machine!

xoxo,

P.S. You might also like to know my favorite sewing scissors to recommend.

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Every household should have a sewing machine. Just like countless other electronic household appliances, a sewing machine can lighten the load of our daily lives. But unlike a vacuum cleaner or a washing machine, a sewing machine can do so much more than just that – it can even sweeten our day-to-day lives!

Read about the advantages of owning a sewing machine and learn some tips for purchasing your very own.

Why do I need a sewing machine?

Everyone is familiar with this scenario: You have just pulled out your favorite outfit from the closet only to discover that a seam on your favorite blouse has split open! You have three options in a case like this:
  1. get angry and (once you find the time) take the blouse to a tailor
  2. get angry and throw the blouse away
  3. sit down at your sewing machine and quickly resew the seam


The purchase of a sewing machine always pays off and is sustainable. Repairing seams, hemming trousers, patching holes and sewing on buttons … those of you with children already know how handy having your own sewing machine can be. But it’s not just daily sewing that can be completed in a blink of an eye. Your own creative ideas can be designed and accomplished as well. The selection of materials is enormous; whether colorful or monochrome prints made of cotton, jersey, denim, or fine silk, the possibilities are infinite and can be turned into unique creative pieces in your very own sewing room. Not only is sewing fun, but it also provides relaxation and a way to slow down our hectic lives. Children and teens will also enjoy having a creative hobby with wearable results: a simple skirt, a t-shirt, or accessories such as bags or pillows… something that is handmade holds value not only to the person who made it, but also to the person who receives it as a gift. The personal touch counts!

What do I need to look out for when buying a sewing machine?

So you have decided to buy a sewing machine.

What a great idea! You will be able to perform your own sewing tasks easily and efficiently at home in the very near future. But what is important to know when buying a sewing machine? First you must ask yourself a few questions:

  • Will you just be repairing items once in a while, or would you like to get creative and sew something unique?
  • Which functions are important to you? For instance, different buttonhole stitches, heavy duty sewing or a large selection of ornate decorative stitches.
  • Do you want a machine do patchwork and quilting work? Or one for embroidery?
  • How much room do you have at home? Will you be able to leave the machine set up, or will you have to put it away after each use?
  • What kind of budget do you have available?


There are sewing machines for every price range. You have to bear in mind, however, that the extremely cheap models available at discount retailers may not live up to your expectations. And it would be a shame if your newfound passion for a hobby quickly fizzled as a result. Premium sewing machines easily work with diverse materials and sew beautiful stitches thanks to powerful motors and high-quality hooks. They also allow you to avoid loops, loose threads, irregular thread tension and seams, and thread breakages. Just as with all other electrical household appliances, the same rule applies: good quality comes at a price, but it always pays off in the end. Buy the right one from the start.


Do your research and consult with a specialized retailer. Additionally, try out different sewing machine models at your authorized dealer. BERNINA offers smaller, larger, and very large models with different ranges of functions. Of course, the bigger models have more to offer and are therefore a little more expensive. Think about what exactly it is you need from a sewing machine and what comfort functions you absolutely cannot do without. Pay particular attention to functions that may offer you a new perspective. For instance, there are many BERNINA sewing machines that are also capable of embroidery. You don’t embroider? Simply give it a try!


Our tip for you: Make a purchase with an eye towards growth – and especially on developing your expertise. Because you will grow with the creative requirements of every project that you undertake. The more often and the longer that you sew, the more knowledge and skills you will gain and the higher your standards will rise. Wouldn’t it be wonderful, then, if your sewing machine also had more to offer? If you are not initially purchasing with a look to the future, then there might also be the possibility of trading in used sewing machines as payment towards a new model at authorized BERNINA dealers. Isn’t that convenient? One way or another, you should choose a sewing machine that you will be able to understand and operate. Easy operation is important, but “easy” is a highly subjective concept that can be greatly determined by one’s age and previous knowledge. Which is why we have just one thing to say: Head to your local specialized store and try out a BERNINA for yourself!


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Computerized sewing machine or mechanical sewing machine?

There are mechanical sewing machines and electronic sewing machines, the latter also being called computerized sewing machines.


Mechanical sewing machines are considered very sturdy and their operation is likewise simple. However, when compared to computerized sewing machines, the range of functions and even the level of comfort of the mechanical machines are less extensive. Generally, you can only choose between a few stitches, and all basic settings, such as stitch length, stitch width, needle position, and thread tension must be adjusted by the user to the fabric surface and thickness, the thread, and the selected stitch.


Electronic sewing machines have a significantly greater range of function. The large selection of sewing and decorative stitches, as well as the extensive automated functions and programming options, make computerized sewing machines true multi-talented workhorses. Additionally, the many extras and comfort functions make operating the machines and sewing even easier. For instance, computerized sewing machines (depending on which model) can automatically bring the needle into the right threading position or automatically cut the thread at the push of a button. Even sewing and securing the thread at the end of a seam can be performed at the push of a button on many models. In addition, you have the option of starting the machine using a foot pedal that can control the speed of the machine, or you can simply do without the foot control and operate the machine using a start/stop button. Computerized sewing machines also have greater sewing speeds than their mechanical counterparts and significantly quieter operation.


Many computerized sewing machines are also capable of sewing alphabet letters, allowing you to personalize your sewing projects. The typically large selection of decorative stitches has something for everyone when it comes to embellishments and decorations. Models in the higher price range can even save various stitches and stitch pattern combinations. Computerized sewing machines in the higher price range are also generally equipped with an embroidery function. This means that you can turn your sewing machine into an embroidery machine with an additional embroidery module and embroidery hoops. Embroidery opens up a multitude of options for embellishment, personalization, and individualization. Whether floral patterns on jeans, animal motifs on children’s t-shirts, or monograms on hand towels and napkins… embroidery is a hobby for creative individuals and happens to be a lot of fun.


Operating an electronic sewing machine is extremely easy. The sewing machine is operated using a display, which is generally a touch screen with a modern swiping function on the more expensive models. All settings are adjustable using this display as well. Operation is very intuitive and the logistics and menu operation of the integrated software is similar to that of a computer or a smartphone. The desired stitches are selected via the display. Additional settings can be adjusted under the setup option – these settings may be more or less extensive depending on the model.


Certainly, computerized sewing machines are more expensive than their mechanical counterparts, but they have significantly more to offer.

How do you take care of a sewing machine?

The better care you take of your sewing machine, the longer it will bring you joy. But how exactly does one take care of a sewing machine? What do you do? What can and can’t you do yourself? And how often?


It fundamentally depends on how often you use your sewing machine and how intensively you pursue your hobby. Dust and fluff should be removed from the sewing machine after each use, since working with materials and threads quickly produces dust that can settle in the hook of the sewing machine and in the feed dog, resulting in skipped stitches or unsightly knots in the bobbin thread. A simple and very efficient method is to use a vacuum cleaner. If you open the clasp of the hook on your (turned off!) BERNINA sewing machine, you can use the vacuum cleaner hose (best without the attachment) to thoroughly clean the entire area around the hook and easily remove the remaining thread and fluff. Do the same from above the stitch plate, which allows you to remove the residual fluff from the feed dog so you can once again work in a clean environment. Cleaning is important, but so is oiling the machine from time to time. If you also embroider with your sewing machine, you must oil it often because the machine is put under more stress with the high speeds than it is when performing simple sewing work.


You must place the oil on the proper site on the hook. One drop of sewing machine oil is enough to make the system run smoothly again. It is important that you don’t use just any sewing machine oil, because different hook systems on different machines require different oil. Ask your specialized dealer beforehand! When applying oil, be sure that you distribute the oil well while the machine is at rest and let the machine run (without needle and thread) by pressing on the foot control. After you have oiled your sewing machine, you will first want to sew a little on a piece of test fabric to ensure that oil residue is not leaking out that could stain your precious materials you bought for your new creations.


You also have the choice of having your sewing machine checked and serviced or, in the event of issues, repaired by a BERNINA sewing machine specialist. In most BERNINA authorized stores you will find a complete wellness offer to ensure your satisfaction with your sewing machine.


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Which sewing machine accessories do you need?


Many different accessories are included when you purchase a BERNINA sewing machine, such as presser feet or soles (depending on the model), bobbins, seam ripper, brush, and oil. Presser feet or soles are usually required for general sewing work, such as zippers, buttonholes, or blind hemming. They are included in the delivery package with your BERNINA sewing machine, depending on the model. Another useful accessory is the freearm slide-on extension table. It expands the sewing surface, which makes working on large sewing projects or working with difficult materials significantly easier. Freearm slide-on tables are sometimes included in the delivery and sometimes are available as an optional accessory. Freearm refers to the exposed part of the sewing machine arm. This is the area that also has an open section underneath so that you can work on closed items, such as trouser legs, sleeves, cuffs, or even smaller items like children’s t-shirts.


There are, of course, countless optional accessories to equip your sewing machine with. Unique accessories have been developed for various applications to make life easier for the hobbyist and the professional sewist alike. Whether it’s a binder attachment, a jeans presser foot, a darning foot, a gathering foot, a button sew-on foot, a quilting foot, a pin tuck foot, an embroidery foot, a patchwork foot, a piping foot, or a couching foot – the list is far from complete. But there is more to offer than presser feet. There are also spool holders, needle plates for special applications, as well as the knee lifter for the legendary BERNINA Free Hand System (FHS) available for purchase. The knee lifter allows you to raise or lower the presser foot while simultaneously lowering the feed dog without having to take your hands off the sewing project – everything is controlled by moving your knee.


There are different ways to find the right accessories for your sewing machine. You will find every kind of accessory for your sewing machine online in the BERNINA Accessories Search. Alternatively, you can contact a BERNINA authorized dealer or flip through the BERNINA accessories catalog. There is nothing that does not exist. The selection is vast and investing in additional accessories for special applications is worth it. Accessories not only make sewing easier, but they make your sewing projects more professional and your sewing machine more valuable.

What is the difference between a sewing machine and an overlock (also known as an overlocker or a serger)?

To start off with, you can also sew a seam with an overlock machine – an overlock seam!


Overlock seams are generally found on the inside of practically all articles of clothing. An overlock machine cuts, sews and finishes the edges of fabric in one fell swoop, making the finishes and seams perfectly clean and professional-looking as well as secure from coming undone. An overlock is a specialized machine with a looper system that is designed completely differently than that of a sewing machine. The overlock creates loops, like a type of chain, that enclose the fabric edges. Particularly elastic materials, such as jersey and knitwear, are easy to handle with an overlock so that no unwanted waves are created. It is generally recommended that you purchase an overlock machine in addition to a sewing machine, particularly if you like to sew clothing that looks professional both inside and out.


Although there are one or even a few overlock stitches on many sewing machine models, it must be noted that this useful stitch is not comparable to the overlock stitches on an overlock machine. An overlock not only has various stitches with one or two needles and two loopers (depending on the model and stitch), but it also has a small integrated knife that cuts, stitches, and finishes the fabric edges at the same time while you sew. You can certainly sew an overlock seam using the overlock stitch on a sewing machine, but the appearance and the technique used to create it will be different than that done by an overlock machine, since a sewing machine and an overlock function completely differently.


It is recommended that beginners first get a sewing machine and learn the basics of sewing. There are a multitude of sewing classes for beginners as well as advanced sewists offered by many BERNINA authorized dealers as well as online on YouTube or via online sewing courses. Once you have acquired a wealth of sewing knowledge and wish to expand your skills, then it will be time to get an overlocker. You will find that you’ll have twice as much fun sewing and the results will be so much more beautiful.

BERNINA Overlocker – Sew, cut and tidy up in a single operation


The BERNINA overlock machine, the specialist for highly stretchy seams in knitwear, fine rolled hems in lightweight fabrics or decorative flatlock seams in wovens or knits.

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TYPICAL BERNINA! This sets BERNINA sewing machines apart


Why should you buy a sewing machine from BERNINA? Because for more than 125 years we have focused our passion into developing sewing and embroidery machines of the highest quality.


The BERNINA name has always been synonymous with robustness and durability. Quality is evident in the precision of the stitches and the high needle penetration power when sewing thick fabrics.Our machines are tested extensively before leaving our factory. And we remain available to provide support and advice after purchase. Our authorized dealers receive regular product training so that they can provide expert assistance to our customers.


A wealth of exclusive and innovative functions and features and simple, intuitive operation sets BERNINA sewing machines apart from all others. They guarantee simple and intuitive operation despite the highly complex technology and open up a world of new possibilities for your creative ideas. Almost all BERNINA models feature a touch screen that lets you keep track of your settings at a glance and functions like a modern smartphone. And many things run automatically! The automatic foot lifter automatically lowers the foot when you start sewing and raises it at the touch of a button. The automatic presser foot pressure feature ensures that the presser foot has the ideal pressure for the selected stitch. The default setting can be adjusted for specific materials. And the automatic thread cutter trims the thread and lifts the needle and presser foot with just the touch of a button. What service!


But there are even more exclusive features from BERNINA! The BERNINA Hook is one of the best ideas to come from our Swiss engineers. With up to a 9 mm stitch width, the BERNINA Hook allows you to sew precisely and quietly for even longer stretches without interruption thanks to the jumbo-sized bobbin. The BERNINA Adaptive Thread Tension also deserves to be mentioned. This great innovation from BERNINA ensures the ideal thread tension as you sew, helping you to achieve perfect stitch quality on both sides of the fabric. After you set the thread tension for the thread and fabric, the BERNINA Adaptive Thread Tension continuously checks it as you sew, adjusting it unobtrusively and automatically whenever necessary. The result: the finest sewing and embroidery quality, with no need to even press a button. The BERNINA Dual Feed is especially helpful when sewing delicate materials. When activated, the Dual Feed feeds the material from both the top and bottom, letting you sew difficult fabrics evenly and carefully.


One of the most revolutionary BERNINA presser feet for regular stitches with variable speed is the BERNINA Stitch Regulator. Thanks to modern sensor technology, it is particularly suited for freehand sewing, i. e. sewing with a lowered feed dog. It ensures a perfect stitch result when sewing straight and zigzag stitches. The BERNINA Free Hand System (FHS) is also one of BERNINA’s exclusives. The knee lever lowers the feed dog and raises the presser foot simultaneously so that both hands are free to guide and manoeuvre the fabric.


If embroidery is your passion, then Pinpoint Placement is an important function for you. It helps you precisely position and align embroidery motifs on the fabric. The Smart Secure function conveniently adds tie-on/off stitches to a design if none are pre-programmed. And the Invisible Secure makes the perfected tie-on/off formation completely invisible. The cutting of jump stitches at every length can be set individually. All of this and much more is par for the course for a BERNINA!





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Where to buy a sewing machine: The Ultimate Guide to Buying a Sewing Machine

The Ultimate Guide to Buying a Sewing Machine

Whether you want to start sewing for the first time or you want to upgrade your current sewing machine, you might be wondering what kind of machine you should buy. It would be great if there was one machine to recommend to everyone, but the reality is that your dream machine might be different from someone else’s.

Don’t worry. Your dream machine exists, and by paying attention to what you really need for your sewing practice, you’ll be able to find it. We’ll share 10 tips for buying a machine below. But before you drive to your local machine dealer—actually, before you even start reading reviews of sewing machines— it helps to start with a little pre-interview.


How to Pre-interview Your Sewing Machine

To prepare for machine shopping, sit down, visualize yourself sewing on your new machine, and answer these questions. These questions will differ slightly if this is your very first sewing machine or if you are upgrading the one you currently use.

If you’re buying your first machine

  • How often do think you will sew? If you just want to hem pants and curtains, an entry-level machine will be great. If sewing is your new favorite hobby, it will probably be worth it to invest in a machine with more capabilities. In this case, stretch your budget as much as possible to get a machine you can really grow into. Just don’t get one that intimidates you.

  • What projects do you plan to sew the most? Do you think you will be sewing garments, home dec, or quilts? All of these projects use different fabrics and different techniques. Don’t worry, you don’t need to know all the details yet, but having a general idea of the types of projects you want to sew can help you identify which features are a must-have in a machine. If you are going to a dealership, let them know your plans.

If you’re upgrading your current machine

  • What kind of things do you sew the most? If you’re into quilting, you may want some extra features, such as a dual feed, quarter-inch foot, and walking foot. If you sew a lot of garments, you may want certain specialty stitches, buttonholes, and a freehand system to raise and lower your presser foot.

  • What would you like to sew in the future? Are there different types of sewing you might do in the future? Or do you plan to do more of one particular kind of sewing—like repairing denim? What about machine embroidery?

  • How often do you sew? If you sew constantly, it will probably be worth it to invest in a machine with more capabilities. If it’s a once-in-a-while activity, a barebones machine could be just fine.

  • What features do you like about the machine you currently have? If you already have a machine, what do you like and dislike about it?

  • How do you feel about the size of your current machine? Would you like something more compact on your sewing table? Or do you need more room for large projects? Do you have a dedicated sewing area so you won’t have to transport your machine from room to room?

Once you’ve completed your pre-interview, it’s time to start researching machines. Here are 10 tips for buying a new—or your first—sewing machine.


10 Tips for Sewing Machine Shopping


  1. Ask yourself, do you really need all those stitches? Unless you plan to use a bunch of decorative machine stitches, you only need a few stitches for garment construction. The vast majority of home sewists will get by just fine with a straight stitch, a zigzag, and a buttonhole function. Other garment garment stitches include a stretch (or lightning stitch), and faux overlock.

  2. Pay for what you really need in a machine. This isn’t only advice for seasoned makers. If you are new to sewing, small obstacles can derail you, so don’t start with a machine that doesn’t sew well just because it’s cheaper. You don’t want your machine to discourage your new hobby. That being said, don’t spend money on features that you won’t use.

  3. Buy from a dealership, not a big chain store. Have you ever peeked inside a sewing machine? There’s a lot going on, and if you’re new, you might need some troubleshooting help. Your local sewing shop will provide regular machine maintenance, repairs, and general support that big chains simply won’t.

  4. If you can’t find a dealer, look for webinar classes. Many dealerships around the world have uploaded helpful information about the machines they carry. You can take virtual tours of all the different brands and their lines.

  5. Sit down and sew on the machine. Consider your machine like you would a new car. Don’t you want to test drive it? You never know, you might want that free-hand system once you try it. Bring some fabric or an old pillowcase, try out a few stitches, see how the thread cutter works, and make sure that you love the purr of your machine, because you’ll be hearing it a lot.

  6. Take swatches of the fabric you expect to sew the most, and try the machine with them. Someone who wants to sew athletic wear will use different fabric than someone who wants to sew quilts. To ensure that your potential machine can handle your favorite fabric, bring swatches along for your test sew. Ask your dealer if the machine can handle specialty projects, like denim or bulky layers, stretchy knits, and delicate fabrics. If you plan to sew a lot of buttons, be sure to practice a few buttonholes during your test sew. That one-step buttonhole feature might really be worth it.

  7. Get a machine you can grow into, but not so big that you feel intimidated to use it. This is the same rule with any of your sewing tools. If your machine and tools don’t help you finish your project with ease and joy, you will use them as an excuse not to sew.

  8. Gather as much information as you can, but be mindful of reviews. If you’re reading a quilting forum for advice about sewing swimwear you’re not getting the right reviews. Don’t feel pressure to commit. Take your time and sew on as many machines as necessary until you find the one!

  9. Don’t be afraid to buy used. Aside from vintage treasures, you can often find deals on your local buy nothing groups or Facebook Marketplace. Whenever possible, be sure to test the machine before buying it.

  10. Still stuck? Ask the Seamwork Community! This question comes up a lot in the Community, and you can read about what everyone loves and hates about their current machines.

Which machine features do you want?

Once you’ve completed your pre-interview and identified a few machine brands that you’d like to shop, it’s time to make the final deal. Below is a list of common machine features that you might want on your new machine. Bring this list with you if you aren’t sure what these features look like!

  • Computerized (vs. mechanical)
  • Simple to use (without extraneous features)
  • Automatic buttonhole
  • Decorative stitches (decide which ones are important to you)
  • Alphabets
  • Memory function (so it will remember your stitch settings)
  • Quilting feet, like the walking foot and 1/4 inch foot. These come with some machines.
  • Freehand system for less reaching
  • Fancy buttonholes, like the keyhole buttonhole
  • Mirror image functions (so you can flip a stitch to go the other way)
  • Full shank foot as opposed to snap-on feet
  • Compact size
  • Knot tie feature
  • Advanced foot control (lets you raise and lower the needle with your foot!)
  • Extra wide stitch width
  • Touch screen
  • Embroidery capabilities (some come with the embroidery module, with others you can add it on)
  • Automatic thread cutter
  • 9 hook oscillating bobbin (which can hold up to 100 yards of thread)
  • Extended arm
  • Automatic needle lowering (you start to sew, and the needle lowers automatically)
  • Dual feed
  • Large screen
  • Throat size
  • Stitch designer (you can actually draw your own stitches on the touch screen!)
  • Shape designer (you can design shapes as well!)
  • Service plan or warranty (keep an eye out for payment plans with no interest, too)

After a brief pre-interview, reading those 10 tips, and bringing your machine feature list to the store, you are all set to find your dream sewing machine. If you outgrow your machine in a few years, just come back to this guide and go shopping one more time!

Related Articles

The 7 Best Sewing Machines on Amazon: Reviews and Advice

Buying a new sewing machine is exciting and sometimes a little bit difficult. There are sewing machines available for every budget with hundreds of stitches and a myriad of amazing features. But what stitches do you actually need? Which features and functions will you love? Which are the best sewing machines for you? Let me help take some of that stress away by answering your questions and showing you the 7 sewing machines that are for sale on Amazon right now that I recommend. Most of these I have purchased and I continue to use.

First question… is it safe to buy a sewing machine on Amazon?

My answer is confidently YES amazon is great for sewing machine purchases – unless you are in the market for a luxury model sewing machine (speaking thousands of dollars), in which case you might really love the support and classes that your local quilt shop can provide. On the other hand, I shopped at 3 different quilt shops for my first top of the line sewing machine, and ended up buying it online anyway. I have had an amazing experience with it. It’s the last one in this post.

What is the lowest priced entry level sewing machine you would buy?

That would be the Brother XR3774. It’s solidly built and for the price it comes with an impressive number of feet including classics like the presser foot, buttonhole foot, and zipper foot, as well as accessories (which can be shared with other Brother sewing machines at this level). There is one button hole stitch and a number of other basic utility stitches like zigzag that will come in handy. If all you want to sew is basic mending (such as hemming pants by machine) or small sewing projects, this will do this fine. It’s also a great machine for someone getting started with sewing.

Is there a better entry level sewing machine?

If you are willing to spend a little more (still under $200), I would recommend the Brother CS7000X. I bought this machine so I could have an extra one for teaching beginners and for taking to classes. I was very impressed with all the features and accessories that came with it (including a hard case). It has 70 built in stitches including 7 different buttonhole styles and an appliqué blanket stitch that I’m fond of, plus many more decorative stitches. Plus the Brother CS7000X is easy to use and sews well. At this level you start to see included tools like a screwdriver, dust brush to remove lint, and more. See my first impressions about this sewing machine here.

What about a beginner embroidery machine (that can sew too)?

Funny you should ask! For Christmas a couple years ago I gave my sister the Brother SE600. It was for completely selfish reasons – I wanted a machine embroidery buddy. Brother entry-level embroidery machines were recommended to me by an expert at quilt market for people who aren’t sure if they will love embroidery. They are easy to learn on and a great way to get your feet wet with embroidery.

My sister loves this machine and got hooked on embroidery! The small color screen is enough to learn on, and I have been astounded by how much she can achieve with just a 4’’ embroidery hoop. This machine also includes all the sewing functions that the sewing machines above have such as 103 built in stitches, 10 automatic buttonhole styles, and a number of accessories.

Bargain time: right now you can buy a special edition Star Wars version of this sewing machine for almost $200 less. I guess they didn’t sell as many of those as they expected so if you don’t mind the Star Wars logos, you can get a great deal on it!

I’m ready for a Sewing Machine with more.

Okay, let’s level up! The Janome 4120 QDC will give you a taste of some of the features you can find on high end machines. I’m talking about a thread cutter, alphabet stitches (small – not the same as embroidery), a memory function, and a lock stitch button which will finish the current stitch pattern and then secure your stitching. The needle has 15 positions, and you know I love being able to nudge my needle to the right or the left for certain applications (like quilt piecing and sewing binding). It’s also an upgrade in power, making sewing through heavy fabrics like denim easier, but maybe not leather.

What’s your Favorite Workhorse of a Sewing Machine?

Everyone who knows me knows it is my Juki TL2010Q. She is a treasure. Sure, this is only a straight stitch sewing machine but that one stitch is so beautiful and perfect every time that I will never complain. There are fantastically intuitive dials for stitch length and thread tension. There are also higher end features like a knee lift lever, telescoping thread stand (so you can use large cones), a thread cutter, and a very sensitive foot pedal for fine speed control.

I have sewn entire quilts, bags, and pieces of clothing on this machine (not stretchy knit fabric, though). I dragged this machine on airplanes to Denver twice so I could use it while filming my Craftsy classes (I was nervous enough and didn’t want to be nervous about my sewing machine), and quickly learned just how NOT lightweight it is due to the heavy-duty metal frame. When kids bring me something that needs mending fast and I don’t want to mess with anything fancy, I switch on the Juki and she is ready to go. It pushes through many layers of fabric without a sweat. Topstitching on this machine is better than ANY topstitching I have done on much more expensive machines. And for a while I put it on a Grace frame and did free arm quilting! Nowadays I use it on a wide table with an extension table so I can fit larger projects.

I could on and on, but I’ll just link you to my review instead.

I’m ready to try a High End Sewing Machine.

Woo hoo… You are all in, baby! Check out everything that comes with the Janome Memory Craft Horizon 8200! Feet, needles, tools and even a seam ripper. But the accessories aren’t really what you are paying for here. When you step up to a high end sewing machine, the entire feel of sewing is different. The drive system is more advanced so everything works better and more smoothly. I’m sorry that everyone can’t experience it.

I must say something about the Janome AccuFeed System (walking foot) that comes on this machine and other high end Janome sewing machines (like the one I own below): It is exceptional. I absolutely love it. I used my Janome AccuFeed Walking foot SO MUCH that I wore it out. Guess how much the replacement cost? About $50. I was shocked. Don’t ask how much sewing machine feet from the other high end brand cost. All of the replacement parts that I have purchased from time to time for my Janome Memory Craft 14000 (below) have been shockingly inexpensive, even when I purchased them from a dealer because I couldn’t find them on Amazon.

But back to the Janome Memory Craft Horizon 8200, here are more high end features I should tell you about:

  • You can’t tell from the picture above, but there is a HUGE 11’’ space left of needle for quilts and large projects.

  • Knee lift.

  • Automatic thread cutter.

  • Extra wide 9mm stitches.

  • Automatic thread cutter.

  • Tons of stitches and 10 automatic buttonhole designs.

Is the price jump to a high end sewing machine worth it? If you can afford it… YES.

What’s the best High End Sewing Machine you can buy on Amazon?

That’s easy. It’s the Janome Memory Craft 14,000. I bought it and absolutely love it. I thought I would put this sewing machine up for sale after I bought my Bernina 770, but I changed my mind. In my opinion, the embroidery is better, the walking foot (AccuFeed System) is better, the automatic needle threader is second to none (really no one else makes one so fully automatic) and it’s easier to sew with. No matter how wonderful the Bernina is (and it can be wonderful), I simply cannot give up this Janome. It is by far, the best deal for an (almost) top of the line sewing machine that you can buy. And mine has never been in the shop! It’s the perfect choice for advanced sewers with the budget for an upgrade.

Why is this machine not Janome’s top of the line? Because it lacks a few features compared to the Memory Craft 15,000 that to me were not worth paying extra for. Those features include wi-fi capability, an electronic tablet (your dealer will throw it in as a free gift), some extra stitches and embroidery designs, and a new special setting for ruler quilting.

Guess what, you can still do ruler quilting on the free motion setting with this ruler foot, and I have no need for a sewing machine with wi-fi or another electronic tablet. I’d rather save $5k. I was told by a quilt market insider that Janome designed their 14,000 model for countries where wi-fi is not yet standard everywhere. U.S. Janome dealers don’t carry it, but they can special order it for you.

What else is so great about the Janome Memory Craft 14,000?

  • I already told you about the AccuFeed Walking Foot system that comes on this machine. It’s the same system that’s on the 8200 above, except when you buy this model it comes with a narrow and a wide walking foot (you can buy the narrow one separately for the 8200 if you wish).

  • All of the other amazing features on the Janome 8200, including 11’’ to the left of the needle.

  • The embroidery capabilities are astounding! It comes with 4 or more embroidery hoops (maybe more if you get a bonus package) and the largest embroidery hoop is 9.1’’ x 11.8’’. It really does embroider quietly and beautifully.

  • There are more automatic stitches than you will ever use (400) and 13 fully automatic buttonhole designs.

  • Independent bobbin winding.

This is my favorite sewing machine. Here’s the latest review I did for it.

So those are my recommendations for buying a sewing machine on Amazon. I hope you find one that fits you and your budget perfectly so you can sew to your heart’s content. If all you can afford is the least expensive entry level sewing machine above – get it! Perhaps you’ll start a business like I did and grow into a top of the line machine!

xoxo,

P.S. You might also like to know my favorite sewing scissors to recommend.

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Mrs pacman machine: Ms. Pac-Man ICONIC FULL SIZE Multigame PLAYS 60 To 400 Classic GAMES! BRAND NEW For Sale

BANDAI NAMCO Legacy Arcade Game Ms. PAC-MAN™ Edition – Arcade1Up

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Games:

  • Ms. PAC-MAN ™
  • GALAGA™
  • GALAXIAN™
  • DIG DUG™
  • DIG DUG™II
  • MAPPY™
  • DRAGON BUSTER™
  • ROMPERS™
  • KING & BALLOON™
  • PAC-MANIA™
  • PAC-LAND™
  • PAC-MAN™PLUS
  • SUPER PAC-MAN™
  • PAC & PAL™

Features:

  • WiFi Leaderboards, for the first time in an Arcade1Up Ms. PAC-MAN™ game machine. No monthly subscription required!
  • Custom Riser
  • Light-Up Marquee
  • Includes 14 classic Bandai Namco Entertainment Inc. games.

Specifications:

  • Assembled Dimensions:20.50 D x 19.75 W x 57.80 H
  • Box Dimensions:6.75 D x 23.75 W x 47.75 H
  • Weight: 80lbs.
  • Real-Feel Arcade Controls
  • Adjustable Volume
  • Clear Deck Protector
  • Anti-Tip Over Strap

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Here she is, stunningly decked out in black and hot pink, carrying on her LEGACY.

A diva. An icon. Ms. PAC-MAN™. It’s time to power up your retrogaming nostalgia (even if you weren’t around when she debuted), with this Bandai Namco Entertainment Legacy Arcade Ms. PAC-MAN™ Edition home arcade machine from Arcade1Up!

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Bringing you authentic (and oh yes, totally nostalgic) arcade experiences in an easily assembled design, Arcade1Up game machines are must-have additions for family game rooms, fan caves, and most welcome distractions in the office. They look great, play great, and are instant conversation pieces.

Let’s get into it. Ms. PAC-MAN™ of course was the hotly anticipated 1982 follow-up to PAC-MAN™ — the best-selling arcade game of all time — one of the many BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Inc. titles instrumental in ushering in the golden age of arcade games, and impacting pop-culture across generations.

Now over four decades later, Ms. PAC-MAN™ headlines this Arcade1Up Legacy home arcade machine, with a phenomenal line up for FOURTEEN classic games packed inside!

Chomp through POWER PELLETS (and evade those ghosts!) to your video gamin’ heart’s content with Ms. PAC-MAN™, PAC-LAND™, PAC-MAN™ PLUS, SUPER PAC-MAN™, PAC & PAL™, and PAC-MANIA™.

Then take on the interstellar adversaries of GALAXIAN™ and GALAGA™. Or how about the underground antics of DIG DUG™ and DIG DUG™ II? Oh, and we’re not done, you’ve also got MAPPY™, ROMPERS™, DRAGON BUSTER™ and KING & BALLOON™!

 Yep, ALL are included. Switch it up to any included game at will with the easy to navigate on-screen menus, in this gorgeous cabinet that includes a matching riser, light-up marquee, and real feel controls.

Fourteen games, one cabinet, unlimited retro gaming fun. Add Arcade1Up Bandai Namco Entertainment Legacy Arcade Game Ms. PAC-MAN™ Edition to your home, and travel back to the ‘80s anytime…no quarters required!

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Ms Pac Man, Pac Man Galaga Video Arcade Machines For Sale | Factory Direct Prices !

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Stock Status

Game Picture

Price

  Game Description

Ms. Pac-Man,
Galaga and
Pac-Man

20th Anniversary
Reunion Edition

Non-Coin Home Free Play Model

24″ LCD Monitor
Upright Cabinet


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Ms. Pac-Man / Galaga Class Of 1981 Arcade Game – 20th Anniversary Home Edition Model – The 20th Anniversary Reunion Edition of Ms. PacMan, Galaga
and Pac Man is made by Namco Bandai, the original manufacturer, and exactly identical to the original 80’s versions, but in this new arcade game edition, included
are special selectable game features such as “Regular”
or “Speedy” Ms. Pac-Man and “Original” or “Rapid Fire” Galaga. Includes new “Buy-In Continuation Mode”, so
play can be continued forever by just pressing a button!

Comes with SIX Classic 80’s Video Games in All !
Play Ms. Pacman, Galaga & Pac-Man along with Speedy
Ms. Pacman, Rapid Fire Galaga & Speedy Pac Man !!!
You can play the original Pac-Man games on this unit by
simply invoking a secret joystick maneuver to unlock it !
Relive your past and introduce the kids to classic 1980’s video arcade games Ms Pac Man, Pac-Man and Galaga !! Players gobble their way through the classic Pac Man and Ms. Pac-Man mazes while trying to dodge the ghosts (Inky, Blinky, Pinky and Sue), and in Galaga, players try to blast the evil hordes of insect-like Galaga fighters coming at them on the screen, while avoiding capture !  

24″ Commercial LCD Monitor – Home / Free Play Edition includes simulated, but non-working coin mechs

  Ms. Pac Man 20th Arcade Brochure

  Ms. Pac Man 20th Owners Manual

Optional 220V Power Conversion – Add $CALL

Product Condition : Brand New In Factory Box
Factory Warranty : Click For OEM Warranty Info
Power Requirements : 110 Volts | Optional 220V

Monitor :
24″ LCD Color Display Monitor
Players : 1 – 2 Player Classic Video Arcade Game

Ms. Pac Man 24″ Upright Home Edition Game Dimensions :
Height: 68″, Width: 24.5″, Depth: 33.5″, Weight: 310 Lbs



Pac-Man
Pixel Bash Home Edition

19″ LCD Monitor
Cabaret Cabinet

Non-Coin Home Free Play Model




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Pac-Man’s Pixel Bash Home Upright Cabaret Model Video Arcade Game – This brand new and updated
 Pac Man “Pixel Bash” Home Edition is packed with 32 classic 80’s video arcade games and made by Namco Bandai, the original manufacturer of Pac Man Arcade !Relive your past, and the glory days of the arcade in your very own home !! Gather around with friends and family
to experience the look, sounds and feel you can only get with the real thing – Share old memories and make new ones for years to come, and introduce the young ones
to these (31) Officially Licensed Classic 1980’s Video Games, just like the ones you played in the Arcades !

Comes with (32) Classic 80’s Video Arcade Games :



Pac-Man
(1980), Pac-Man Plus (1982), Ms. Pac-Man (1981), Dig Dug (1982), Dig Dug II (1985), Galaga (1981)Galaga ’88 (1987), Galaxian (1979), Super Pac-Man (1982), Super Xevious (1984) PLUS these games :

Baraduke (1985), Bosconian (1981), Dragon Buster (1984), Dragon Spirit (1987), Gaplus (1984), Grobda (1984), Hopping Mappy (1986), King & Balloon (1981) Mappy (1983), Metro-Cross (1985), Motos (1985)
Pac & Pal (1983), Pac-Mania (1987), Rally-X (1980),
New Rally-X (1981), Rolling Thunder (1986),
Rompers (1989), Sky Kid (1985), Sky Kid Dlx (1985), Splatterhouse (1988) and Tower Of Druaga (1984)

19″ Commercial LCD Video Monitor – This Non-Coin Pac-Man includes a non-working coin mechanism
on the front of cabinet, plus a Service Door Lock + Key.
 
  Pac Man’s Pixel Bash Home Brochure  Pac Man’s Pixel Bash Owners Manual

  Pac-Man’s Pixel Bash Cabaret Video

Optional 220V Power Conversion – Add $CALL

Product Condition : Brand New In Factory Box
Factory Warranty : Click For OEM Warranty Info

Power Requirements : 110 Volts | Optional 220V

Monitor :
19″ Diagonal LCD Flat Panel Color Monitor
Players : 1 – 2 Player Classic 80’s Video Arcade Game

Pac Man Pixel Bash Home Model Game Dimensions :
Height: 60″, Width: 21″, Depth: 33″, Weight: 220 Lbs



Pac-Man
Pixel Bash Chill Home Edition

19″ LCD Monitor
Mini-Refrigerator
Cabaret Cabinet

Non-Coin Home Free Play Model




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Pac-Man’s Pixel Bash “Chill Home” Video Arcade Game With Mini-Fridge This brand new and updated  Pac Man “Pixel Bash” Home Edition is packed with 32 classic 80’s video arcade games and made by Namco Bandai, the original manufacturer of Pac Man Arcade, and this special model now includes a BUILT-IN Mini Beverage Fridge, with adjustable 44F – 66F Temps !

Relive your past, and the glory days of the arcade in your very own home !! Gather around with friends and family
to experience the look, sounds and feel you can only get with the real thing – Share old memories and make new ones for years to come, and introduce the young ones
to these (31) Officially Licensed Classic 1980’s Video Games, just like the ones you played in the Arcades !

Comes with (32) Classic 80’s Video Arcade Games :

Pac-Man
(1980), Pac-Man Plus (1982), Ms. Pac-Man (1981), Dig Dug (1982), Dig Dug II (1985), Galaga (1981)Galaga ’88 (1987), Galaxian (1979), Super Pac-Man (1982), Super Xevious (1984) PLUS these games :

Baraduke (1985), Bosconian (1981), Dragon Buster (1984), Dragon Spirit (1987), Gaplus (1984), Grobda (1984), Hopping Mappy (1986), King & Balloon (1981) Mappy (1983), Metro-Cross (1985), Motos (1985)
Pac & Pal (1983), Pac-Mania (1987), Rally-X (1980),
New Rally-X (1981), Rolling Thunder (1986),
Rompers (1989), Sky Kid (1985), Sky Kid Dlx (1985), Splatterhouse (1988) and Tower Of Druaga (1984)

19″ Commercial LCD Video Monitor – This Pac-Man includes a real, working miniature refrigerator to
store anything you like, with adj. temperature (44F-66F)
 
  Pac Man’s Pixel Bash Chill Home Flyer  Pac Man Pixel Bash
Chill Home Manual

  Pac-Man Pixel Bash Chill Home Video

Optional 220V Power Conversion – Add $CALL

Product Condition : Brand New In Factory Box
Factory Warranty : Click For OEM Warranty Info

Power Requirements : 110 Volts | Optional 220V

Monitor :
19″ Diagonal LCD Flat Panel Color Monitor
Players : 1 – 2 Player Classic 80’s Video Arcade Game

Pac Man Pixel Bash Chill Home Model Game Dimensions :
Height: 60″, Width: 21″, Depth: 33″, Weight: 250 Lbs


Pac-Man’s
Pixel Bash Cocktail Table


19″ Monitor
Cocktail Table

Non-Coin Home Free Play Model





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Pac-Man’s Pixel Bash Home cocktail Table Model Video Arcade Game

This brand new and updated
Pac Man “Pixel Bash” Home Cocktail Table is packed with 32 classic 80’s video arcade games and made by Namco Bandai, the original manufacturer of Pac Man Arcade !
Comes in two colors : Woodgrain and Black ColorRelive your past, and the glory days of the arcade in your very own home !! Gather around with friends and family
to experience the look, sounds and feel you can only get with the real thing – Share old memories and make new ones for years to come, and introduce the young ones
to these (32) Officially Licensed Classic 1980’s Video Games, just like the ones you played in the Arcades !

Comes with (32) Classic 80’s Video Arcade Games :


Pac-Man (1980), Pac-Man Plus (1982), Ms. Pac-Man (1981), Dig Dug (1982), Dig Dug II (1985), Galaga (1981), Galaga ’88 (1987), Galaxian (1979), Super Pac-Man (1982), Super Xevious (1984) PLUS these games :

Baraduke (1985), Bosconian (1981), Dragon Buster (1984), Dragon Spirit (1987), Gaplus (1984), Grobda (1984), Hopping Mappy (1986), King & Balloon (1981) Mappy (1983), Metro-Cross (1985), Motos (1985)
Pac & Pal (1983), Pac-Mania (1987), Rally-X (1980),
New Rally-X (1981), Rolling Thunder (1986),
Rompers (1989), Sky Kid (1985), Sky Kid Dlx (1985), Splatterhouse (1988) and Tower Of Druaga (1984)

19″ Commercial LCD Video Monitor – This Non-Coin Pac-Man includes a simulated, non-working coin mech on the front of cabinet for “realistic” looks only.
 

  Pac Man’s Pixel Bash Cocktail Flyer

  Pac Mac’s Pixel Bash Cocktail Manual

  Pac-Man’s Pixel Bash Cocktail Video

Optional 220V Power Conversion – Add $CALL

Product Condition : Brand New In Factory Box
Factory Warranty : Click For OEM Warranty Info
Power Requirements : 110 Volts | Optional 220V
Monitor : 19″ LCD Color Monitor
Players : 1 – 2 Player Classic 80’s Video Arcade Game

Pac Man’s Pixel Bash Cocktail Table Game Dimensions :
Height: 30″, Width: 21″, Length: 37″, Weight: 175 Lbs

Pac Man/Galaga
Commercial
 

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Pacman vs Mrs Pacman: Difference & Comparison

Pacman and Mrs Pacman are video games played for fun. Both games are based on puzzles and arcade games with labyrinths. Mrs. Packman was introduced in 1982 by a major computer corporation and published midway through.

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Google

Yahoo

Firefox

Altavista

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IE

FireFox

Safari

Chrome

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Mark Zuckerberg Owner

Facebook

Google

Linux

LinkedIn

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Annual median

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IBM

iOS

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Pacman was introduced in 1980 by Namco for fun. Both games are available on PC and laptops, as well as other gaming devices.

Key Findings

  1. Released in 1980, Pac-Man is a classic arcade game in which a yellow character navigates through a maze, eating dots and avoiding ghosts.
  2. Ms. Pac-Man, introduced in 1981, added new gameplay features, improved graphics, and a female protagonist.
  3. While the core gameplay remains similar, Ms. Pac-Man is often considered more complex and visually appealing than the original Pac-Man.

Pacman vs. Mrs. Pacman

Pacman is a game in which the player controls a yellow character named Pacman who has to go through a maze to eat all the dots while avoiding four ghosts. Ms. Pacman is a variant of the original Pacman game. It features a female character named Ms. Pac-Man, as well as several gameplay improvements.

Pacman is an arcade maze game and was originally called Puckman and later changed to Pacman. In the game, the player must eat the dot while avoiding the ghost of different colors inside the maze.

We prepared the observations and advice of this article based on the experience of the game composer team – Toshiokai. The game is available in both single player and multiplayer.

Ms. Pacman is also an arcade game that can be played in both multiplayer and single player modes. Game composer: Chris Rod. The publisher of the game is Midway.

In this game, the players controlling the character must eat all the pellets indoors. It was released in 1982.

Comparison Chart

Comparison Parameters Pacman Mrs Pacman
Cards He has only one card He has four different cards
Difficulty it’s a little harder This game requires skill
Fruit numbers There are eight different types of fruit in this game. There are seven different kinds of fruits in this game.
Developers Developers – Namco. Developers Midway and General Computer Corporation
Ghost name 4 th ghost name Clyde 4 th ghost name Sue

What is Pacman?

Pacman is an entertaining arcade game played by many players around the world. This game is based on the arcade maze. It was developed by Namco in 1980.

The Japanese called him Puck-Man and then changed to Packman. The game was published by Midway Manufacturing. The game can be played in both multiplayer and single player mode.

Game publishers Namco and Torulwatani developed the game. The game was developed based on the Pac Man series, it is an arcade gameplay mode.

It was released in the month of December. At the beginning, this game was so famous that it became the most popular game of the year.

The character in the game must eat all the dots in order not to get caught by the ghost, which in the game has an indifferent color.

By eating power pellets in the game, the character gains power, which makes the ghost turn into a different color, and Pac-Man can eat the ghost and get bonus points.

The developers of the game started developing it in 1979 with a team of nine people. The game has cute and colorful characters as young players are attracted to the game.

The game is a little more difficult than expected. Pacman was a worldwide success and was played by almost everyone.

What is Mrs. Packman?

Mrs Pacman is an arcade maze game that can be played in both multiplayer and single player modes. The developers of the game are Midway and the publishers of the game.

Stevegolson designed the game. The game was released after Pacman in 1982 in the month of January.

This game was given different names, and finally Mrs. Pacman was confirmed and the game was named Mrs. Pacman.

This game was created to show that all genders are equal, and they named it Mrs. Pacman. Players must eat pellets to earn points.

Bonus fruits are visible in the maze. When characters consume them, they gain extra points. As the points increase, the speed of the game increases, skill is needed for this game.

There are four different mazes here and it comes in different color schemes. The first level of the game will be available in pink.

Different types of colors are available for different types of levels, and each level has a different configuration. The wall colors are thicker than the outline of the map.

Fruits jump from one place to another inside the maze. Cherries and bananas are different types of fruits in the game. Mrs. Pacman is the most interesting game.

The main differences between Pac-Man and Mrs. Pac-Man

  1. Pac-Man has only one card, while Mrs. Pac-Man has four different types of cards.
  2. Pacman’s difficulty is harder than Mrs. Pacman’s and requires more skill to play.
  3. Pacman has no template, but Mrs Pacman has other templates.
  4. Pacman doesn’t have a beauty mask, but Mrs. Pacman has a beauty mask.
  5. The Packman character has no eyes, but Mrs. Packman has an eye and a bow on her head.
  6. Pacman was released in 1980 and Mrs Pacman in 1982.

Recommendations

  1. https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-642-32427-7_92
  2. https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.10 07/978-3-642-02315-6_23

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Ms. Pac-Man / Galaga Class Of 1981 Arcade Game – 20th Anniversary Home Edition Model – The 20th Anniversary Reunion Edition of Ms. PacMan, Galaga
and Pac Man is made by Namco Bandai, the original manufacturer, and exactly identical to the original 80’s versions, but in this new arcade game edition, included
are special selectable game features such as “Regular”
or “Speedy” Ms. Pac-Man and “Original” or “Rapid Fire” Galaga. Includes new “Buy-In Continuation Mode”, so
play can be continued forever by just pressing a button!

Comes with SIX Classic 80’s Video Games in All !
Play Ms. Pacman, Galaga & Pac-Man along with Speedy
Ms. Pacman, Rapid Fire Galaga & Speedy Pac Man !!!
You can play the original Pac-Man games on this unit by
simply invoking a secret joystick maneuver to unlock it !
Relive your past and introduce the kids to classic 1980’s video arcade games Ms Pac Man, Pac-Man and Galaga !! Players gobble their way through the classic Pac Man and Ms. Pac-Man mazes while trying to dodge the ghosts (Inky, Blinky, Pinky and Sue), and in Galaga, players try to blast the evil hordes of insect-like Galaga fighters coming at them on the screen, while avoiding capture !  

24″ Commercial LCD Monitor – Home / Free Play Edition includes simulated, but non-working coin mechs

  Ms. Pac Man 20th Arcade Brochure

  Ms. Pac Man 20th Owners Manual

Optional 220V Power Conversion – Add $CALL

Product Condition : Brand New In Factory Box
Factory Warranty : Click For OEM Warranty Info
Power Requirements : 110 Volts | Optional 220V

Monitor :
24″ LCD Color Display Monitor
Players : 1 – 2 Player Classic Video Arcade Game

Ms. Pac Man 24″ Upright Home Edition Game Dimensions :
Height: 68″, Width: 24.5″, Depth: 33.5″, Weight: 310 Lbs



Pac-Man
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19″ LCD Monitor
Cabaret Cabinet

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Pac-Man’s Pixel Bash Home Upright Cabaret Model Video Arcade Game – This brand new and updated
 Pac Man “Pixel Bash” Home Edition is packed with 32 classic 80’s video arcade games and made by Namco Bandai, the original manufacturer of Pac Man Arcade !Relive your past, and the glory days of the arcade in your very own home !! Gather around with friends and family
to experience the look, sounds and feel you can only get with the real thing – Share old memories and make new ones for years to come, and introduce the young ones
to these (31) Officially Licensed Classic 1980’s Video Games, just like the ones you played in the Arcades !

Comes with (32) Classic 80’s Video Arcade Games :



Pac-Man
(1980), Pac-Man Plus (1982), Ms. Pac-Man (1981), Dig Dug (1982), Dig Dug II (1985), Galaga (1981)Galaga ’88 (1987), Galaxian (1979), Super Pac-Man (1982), Super Xevious (1984) PLUS these games :

Baraduke (1985), Bosconian (1981), Dragon Buster (1984), Dragon Spirit (1987), Gaplus (1984), Grobda (1984), Hopping Mappy (1986), King & Balloon (1981) Mappy (1983), Metro-Cross (1985), Motos (1985)
Pac & Pal (1983), Pac-Mania (1987), Rally-X (1980),
New Rally-X (1981), Rolling Thunder (1986),
Rompers (1989), Sky Kid (1985), Sky Kid Dlx (1985), Splatterhouse (1988) and Tower Of Druaga (1984)

19″ Commercial LCD Video Monitor – This Non-Coin Pac-Man includes a non-working coin mechanism
on the front of cabinet, plus a Service Door Lock + Key.
 
  Pac Man’s Pixel Bash Home Brochure  Pac Man’s Pixel Bash Owners Manual

  Pac-Man’s Pixel Bash Cabaret Video

Optional 220V Power Conversion – Add $CALL

Product Condition : Brand New In Factory Box
Factory Warranty : Click For OEM Warranty Info

Power Requirements : 110 Volts | Optional 220V

Monitor :
19″ Diagonal LCD Flat Panel Color Monitor
Players : 1 – 2 Player Classic 80’s Video Arcade Game

Pac Man Pixel Bash Home Model Game Dimensions :
Height: 60″, Width: 21″, Depth: 33″, Weight: 220 Lbs



Pac-Man
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19″ LCD Monitor
Mini-Refrigerator
Cabaret Cabinet

Non-Coin Home Free Play Model




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Pac-Man’s Pixel Bash “Chill Home” Video Arcade Game With Mini-Fridge This brand new and updated  Pac Man “Pixel Bash” Home Edition is packed with 32 classic 80’s video arcade games and made by Namco Bandai, the original manufacturer of Pac Man Arcade, and this special model now includes a BUILT-IN Mini Beverage Fridge, with adjustable 44F – 66F Temps !

Relive your past, and the glory days of the arcade in your very own home !! Gather around with friends and family
to experience the look, sounds and feel you can only get with the real thing – Share old memories and make new ones for years to come, and introduce the young ones
to these (31) Officially Licensed Classic 1980’s Video Games, just like the ones you played in the Arcades !

Comes with (32) Classic 80’s Video Arcade Games :

Pac-Man
(1980), Pac-Man Plus (1982), Ms. Pac-Man (1981), Dig Dug (1982), Dig Dug II (1985), Galaga (1981)Galaga ’88 (1987), Galaxian (1979), Super Pac-Man (1982), Super Xevious (1984) PLUS these games :

Baraduke (1985), Bosconian (1981), Dragon Buster (1984), Dragon Spirit (1987), Gaplus (1984), Grobda (1984), Hopping Mappy (1986), King & Balloon (1981) Mappy (1983), Metro-Cross (1985), Motos (1985)
Pac & Pal (1983), Pac-Mania (1987), Rally-X (1980),
New Rally-X (1981), Rolling Thunder (1986),
Rompers (1989), Sky Kid (1985), Sky Kid Dlx (1985), Splatterhouse (1988) and Tower Of Druaga (1984)

19″ Commercial LCD Video Monitor – This Pac-Man includes a real, working miniature refrigerator to
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  Pac Man’s Pixel Bash Chill Home Flyer  Pac Man Pixel Bash
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  Pac-Man Pixel Bash Chill Home Video

Optional 220V Power Conversion – Add $CALL

Product Condition : Brand New In Factory Box
Factory Warranty : Click For OEM Warranty Info

Power Requirements : 110 Volts | Optional 220V

Monitor :
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Players : 1 – 2 Player Classic 80’s Video Arcade Game

Pac Man Pixel Bash Chill Home Model Game Dimensions :
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Pac-Man’s Pixel Bash Home cocktail Table Model Video Arcade Game

This brand new and updated
Pac Man “Pixel Bash” Home Cocktail Table is packed with 32 classic 80’s video arcade games and made by Namco Bandai, the original manufacturer of Pac Man Arcade !
Comes in two colors : Woodgrain and Black ColorRelive your past, and the glory days of the arcade in your very own home !! Gather around with friends and family
to experience the look, sounds and feel you can only get with the real thing – Share old memories and make new ones for years to come, and introduce the young ones
to these (32) Officially Licensed Classic 1980’s Video Games, just like the ones you played in the Arcades !

Comes with (32) Classic 80’s Video Arcade Games :


Pac-Man (1980), Pac-Man Plus (1982), Ms. Pac-Man (1981), Dig Dug (1982), Dig Dug II (1985), Galaga (1981), Galaga ’88 (1987), Galaxian (1979), Super Pac-Man (1982), Super Xevious (1984) PLUS these games :

Baraduke (1985), Bosconian (1981), Dragon Buster (1984), Dragon Spirit (1987), Gaplus (1984), Grobda (1984), Hopping Mappy (1986), King & Balloon (1981) Mappy (1983), Metro-Cross (1985), Motos (1985)
Pac & Pal (1983), Pac-Mania (1987), Rally-X (1980),
New Rally-X (1981), Rolling Thunder (1986),
Rompers (1989), Sky Kid (1985), Sky Kid Dlx (1985), Splatterhouse (1988) and Tower Of Druaga (1984)

19″ Commercial LCD Video Monitor – This Non-Coin Pac-Man includes a simulated, non-working coin mech on the front of cabinet for “realistic” looks only.
 

  Pac Man’s Pixel Bash Cocktail Flyer

  Pac Mac’s Pixel Bash Cocktail Manual

  Pac-Man’s Pixel Bash Cocktail Video

Optional 220V Power Conversion – Add $CALL

Product Condition : Brand New In Factory Box
Factory Warranty : Click For OEM Warranty Info
Power Requirements : 110 Volts | Optional 220V
Monitor : 19″ LCD Color Monitor
Players : 1 – 2 Player Classic 80’s Video Arcade Game

Pac Man’s Pixel Bash Cocktail Table Game Dimensions :
Height: 30″, Width: 21″, Length: 37″, Weight: 175 Lbs

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Pacman vs Mrs Pacman: Difference & Comparison

Pacman and Mrs Pacman are video games played for fun. Both games are based on puzzles and arcade games with labyrinths. Mrs. Packman was introduced in 1982 by a major computer corporation and published midway through.

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Mark Zuckerberg Owner

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Pacman was introduced in 1980 by Namco for fun. Both games are available on PC and laptops, as well as other gaming devices.

Key Findings

  1. Released in 1980, Pac-Man is a classic arcade game in which a yellow character navigates through a maze, eating dots and avoiding ghosts.
  2. Ms. Pac-Man, introduced in 1981, added new gameplay features, improved graphics, and a female protagonist.
  3. While the core gameplay remains similar, Ms. Pac-Man is often considered more complex and visually appealing than the original Pac-Man.

Pacman vs. Mrs. Pacman

Pacman is a game in which the player controls a yellow character named Pacman who has to go through a maze to eat all the dots while avoiding four ghosts. Ms. Pacman is a variant of the original Pacman game. It features a female character named Ms. Pac-Man, as well as several gameplay improvements.

Pacman is an arcade maze game and was originally called Puckman and later changed to Pacman. In the game, the player must eat the dot while avoiding the ghost of different colors inside the maze.

We prepared the observations and advice of this article based on the experience of the game composer team – Toshiokai. The game is available in both single player and multiplayer.

Ms. Pacman is also an arcade game that can be played in both multiplayer and single player modes. Game composer: Chris Rod. The publisher of the game is Midway.

In this game, the players controlling the character must eat all the pellets indoors. It was released in 1982.

Comparison Chart

Comparison Parameters Pacman Mrs Pacman
Cards He has only one card He has four different cards
Difficulty it’s a little harder This game requires skill
Fruit numbers There are eight different types of fruit in this game. There are seven different kinds of fruits in this game.
Developers Developers – Namco. Developers Midway and General Computer Corporation
Ghost name 4 th ghost name Clyde 4 th ghost name Sue

What is Pacman?

Pacman is an entertaining arcade game played by many players around the world. This game is based on the arcade maze. It was developed by Namco in 1980.

The Japanese called him Puck-Man and then changed to Packman. The game was published by Midway Manufacturing. The game can be played in both multiplayer and single player mode.

Game publishers Namco and Torulwatani developed the game. The game was developed based on the Pac Man series, it is an arcade gameplay mode.

It was released in the month of December. At the beginning, this game was so famous that it became the most popular game of the year.

The character in the game must eat all the dots in order not to get caught by the ghost, which in the game has an indifferent color.

By eating power pellets in the game, the character gains power, which makes the ghost turn into a different color, and Pac-Man can eat the ghost and get bonus points.

The developers of the game started developing it in 1979 with a team of nine people. The game has cute and colorful characters as young players are attracted to the game.

The game is a little more difficult than expected. Pacman was a worldwide success and was played by almost everyone.

What is Mrs. Packman?

Mrs Pacman is an arcade maze game that can be played in both multiplayer and single player modes. The developers of the game are Midway and the publishers of the game.

Stevegolson designed the game. The game was released after Pacman in 1982 in the month of January.

This game was given different names, and finally Mrs. Pacman was confirmed and the game was named Mrs. Pacman.

This game was created to show that all genders are equal, and they named it Mrs. Pacman. Players must eat pellets to earn points.

Bonus fruits are visible in the maze. When characters consume them, they gain extra points. As the points increase, the speed of the game increases, skill is needed for this game.

There are four different mazes here and it comes in different color schemes. The first level of the game will be available in pink.

Different types of colors are available for different types of levels, and each level has a different configuration. The wall colors are thicker than the outline of the map.

Fruits jump from one place to another inside the maze. Cherries and bananas are different types of fruits in the game. Mrs. Pacman is the most interesting game.

The main differences between Pac-Man and Mrs. Pac-Man

  1. Pac-Man has only one card, while Mrs. Pac-Man has four different types of cards.
  2. Pacman’s difficulty is harder than Mrs. Pacman’s and requires more skill to play.
  3. Pacman has no template, but Mrs Pacman has other templates.
  4. Pacman doesn’t have a beauty mask, but Mrs. Pacman has a beauty mask.
  5. The Packman character has no eyes, but Mrs. Packman has an eye and a bow on her head.
  6. Pacman was released in 1980 and Mrs Pacman in 1982.

Recommendations

  1. https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-642-32427-7_92
  2. https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.10 07/978-3-642-02315-6_23

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The Toner Buzz Guide to Printer Brands and Models



Our guide to printer brands and models can help you determine which printer is right for you! The vast number of brands, styles and features makes buying a printer complicated. What do all those model numbers and letters mean? Stick
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Hewlett-Packard has a long, storied history manufacturing business machines and its printers are renowned for their durability and image quality.


HP owns half the road, but not all of it.
Brother and Canon are the two next most popular brands after HP. Other major printer manufacturers include:

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  • Lexmark
  • OKI
  • Panasonic
  • Ricoh
  • Samsung
  • Sharp


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Brother


Headquarters: Nagoya, Aichi, Japan


Number of Employees: 41,653


Summary: Established in 1908, Brother makes printers, all-in-one machines, scanners, and fax machines, as well as sewing and embroidery machines, label makers and QL series label printers.


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Printer Product Lines: DCP Series, HL Series, IntelliFax, MFC Series


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Popular Brother Toner Cartridges:

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Headquarters: Ota, Tokyo, Japan


Number of Employees: 180,775


Summary: Started in 1933 as Precision Optical Instruments Laboratory in Japan, Canon pioneered 35mm film camera manufacturing. 


Canon was the principal maker of the print engines found in industry-standard laser printers for many years.


Products: printers, printer supplies, cameras, photocopiers, camcorders, scanners, lenses, LCD’s, ophthalmic instruments, magnetic heads, micro motors


Printer Product Lines: BJ Series, BJC Series, Color imageRUNNER, Fax Series, FaxPhone, FC Series, GP Series, i-SENSYS, imageCLASS


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HP


Headquarters: Palo Alto, California, US


Number of Employees: 60,200


Summary: Bill Hewlett and David Packard started their business in a one-car garage in Palo Alto, California in 1939. Today HP continues to innovate and reinvent the world of information technology. 


HP LaserJet printers, introduced in the 1980s, where the world’s first desktop laser printers, and HP has continued to develop printers for a wide variety of applications.


Products: printers, printer supplies, software products, converged cloud products, cameras, scanners, computers, mobile phones, servers


Printer Product Lines: LaserJet, LaserJet Pro, LaserJet Enterprise, LaserJet Enterprise Flow, Color LaserJet, Color LaserJet Pro, Color LaserJet Enterprise, Color LaserJet Enterprise Flow, Color LaserJet Managed, Color LaserJet Managed Flow, Business InkJet, Color Copier, DesignJet, DeskJet, Fax, OfficeJet, OfficeJet Pro, PhotoSmart, PSC


Popular Printers: 

  • LaserJet Pro M402n
  • LaserJet Pro MFP M426fdn
  • Color LaserJet Pro M452dn
  • LaserJet Enterprise M4555f MFP
  • Color LaserJet Enterprise M552dn
  • HP Color LaserJet Pro MFP M283fdw


Popular Toner Cartridges:

  • HP 27X (C4127X)
  • HP 90A (CE390A)
  • HP 96A (C4096A)
  • HP 64A (CC364A)
  • HP 03A (C3903A)
  • HP 26A (CF226A)
  • HP 26X (CF226X)


See all available HP cartridges on our HP toner page.


⚡Check our HP printer reviews:


Printer Review: HP Color LaserJet Pro MFP M283fdw

Printer Review: HP Color LaserJet Pro MFP M477fdw

HP Color LaserJet Pro MFP M277dw Printer Review

Printer Review: HP Color LaserJet Pro M452dw Printer

Printer review: HP LaserJet Enterprise M506dn

Printer review: HP LaserJet Enterprise 600 M603dn

Printer review: HP Color LaserJet CP2025dn

HP Color LaserJet Pro 400 M451dw Printer Review

HP Laserjet Pro M402n Review

HP LaserJet Enterprise M608x Printer Review

HP LaserJet Enterprise M607n Printer Review

HP Color LaserJet Pro M476dw Printer Review

HP Color LaserJet Pro M252dw Printer Review


Lexmark


Headquarters: Lexington, Kentucky, US


Number of Employees: 8,174


Summary: Lexmark was born In March 1991 when business machine giant IBM sold off its printer and printer-supply business.  


Lexmark printers have earned a reputation as some of the finest imaging machines in the industry, offering high-quality prints with cost-effective toner consumption.


Products: printers, printer supplies, management systems


Printer Product Lines: All In One, C Series, CS Series, CX Series, E Series, Formsprinter, JetPrinter, MS Series, MX Series, OfficeEdge, Optra, P Series, T Series, W Series, X Series, Z Series


Popular Lexmark Printers:

  • MX610 DE
  • MX812 DE
  • MS312 DN
  • CX310 DN
  • CX510 DHE


Popular Lexmark Toner Cartridges:

  • Lexmark E260A11A
  • Lexmark 80C0X10
  • Lexmark 60F1H00
  • Lexmark E260A11A
  • Lexmark 50F1H00


See all available Lexmark cartridges on our Lexmark toner page.


OKI


Headquarters: Toranomon, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan


Number of Employees: 4,802


Summary: Oki manufactured the first telephone in Japan in 1881, gradually transforming itself into an electronics company from the second half of 1960s into the 1970s. 


Oki Data Americas can be traced back to 1972 when two Philadelphia entrepreneurs and Japanese customer Oki Electric collaborated to develop information technology products. Oki Printers earn high praise for durability and image quality.


Products: printers, printer supplies, info-telecom systems, ATM’s


Printer Product Lines: B Series, C Series, CM Series, CX Series, MB Series, MC Series, Microline, ML Series, OkiFax, OkiOffice, OkiPage, OL Series, Pacemark, ProColor


Popular OKI Printers: 

  • B4600
  • MC160
  • B4350
  • B6300n
  • B930dn


Popular OKI Toner Cartridges: 

  • OKI 52123602
  • OKI 44469802
  • OKI 43502301
  • OKI 44469702
  • OKI 43502001


See all available Oki cartridges on our Oki toner page.


Panasonic


Headquarters: Kadoma, Osaka, Japan


Number of Employees: 240,198


Summary: Panasonic was founded in 1918 as a producer of lightbulb sockets and has grown to become one of the largest Japanese electronics producers, the powerhouse behind such recognizable brands as Sanyo and Technics. 


The Panasonic KX-MB2061 printer has earned several “year’s best” mentions, while the DP8060 is a high-powered, high-volume multifunction printing station.


Products: printers, printer supplies, fax machines, cameras, camcorders, home appliances, telephones, personal care items


Printer Product Lines: DP Series, FP Series, KX-CL Series, KX-Fax Series, KX-MB Series, KX-MC Series, KX-P Series, Panafax Series, WORKiO Series


Popular Panasonic Printers: 

  • DP-MB300
  • DP-MB340
  • KX-MB261
  • KX-MC6020
  • KX-P8420


Popular Panasonic Toner Cartridges

  • Panasonic KX-FA83
  • Panasonic UG-5540
  • Panasonic KX-FAT92
  • Panasonic KX-MC6020
  • Panasonic KX-P8420


See all available Panasonic cartridges on our Panasonic toner page.


Ricoh


Headquarters: Chuo, Tokyo, Japan


Number of Employees: 90,141


Summary: Ricoh is a multinational imaging and electronics company that has been in operation since 1936. Ricoh established itself as one of Japan’s premier camera makers in the 1950s. 


In 1955, the company launched its first office copier, the Ricopy 101.The company specializes in manufacturing a wide range of office equipment, including printers, copiers, scanners, and multifunction devices. 


Over the years, Ricoh’s line of Aficio printers have earned high praise from imaging experts.


Products: printers, printer supplies, cameras, copiers, projectors, facsimile machines


Printer Product Lines: AC Series, Aficio, Aficio AP, Aficio BP, Aficio CL, Aficio Fax, Aficio GX, Aficio MP, Aficio Pro, Aficio SP, AP Series


Popular Ricoh Printers

  • Aficio CL1000N
  • Aficio SP C411 DN
  • Aficio SG 2100 N
  • Aficio SG K3100 DN


Popular Ricoh Toner Cartridges

  • Ricoh 841333
  • Ricoh 406997
  • Ricoh 402070
  • Ricoh 841342
  • Ricoh 888308


See all available Ricoh cartridges on our Ricoh toner page.


Samsung


Headquarters: Seocho District, Seoul, South Korea


Number of Employees: 266,673


Summary: Samsung is a major innovator in the world of imaging systems. Samsung’s first laser printer debuted in 1990 and its first color laser printer in 2003. 


In 2013, Samsung introduced the world’s first NEC-enabled color laser, and the first printer powered by the Android operating system. In 2017, HP acquired Samsung’s printer division.


Products: printers, printer supplies, consumer electronics, medical equipment, semiconductors, ships, telecommunications equipment, home appliances


Printer Product Lines: CLP Series, CLX Series, ML Series, SCX Series, SF Series


Popular Samsung Printers: 

  • CLP-315 W
  • CLP-365
  • CLX-3300
  • SF-650
  • ML-1660


Popular Samsung Toner Cartridges: 

  • Samsung CLT-K409S
  • Samsung CLT-K406S
  • Samsung MLT-D105S
  • Samsung MLT-D104S
  • Samsung ML-D3050A


See all available Samsung cartridges on our Samsung toner page.


Sharp


Headquarters: Sakai-ku, Sakai, Japan


Number of Employees: 47,900


Summary: Sharp’s first product was 1912’s Ever-Sharp mechanical pencil. Since then, Sharp Electronics has grown into a global leader in electronics. 


Sharp laser printers have earned a reputation as one of the industry’s most reliable multifunction printers.


Products: printers, printer supplies, televisions, home appliances, information equipment, fax machines, mobile phones, electronic components, calculators, automated unmanned ground vehicles


Printer Product Lines: AR Series, CX Series, FO Series, JX Series, MX Series, UX Series


Popular Sharp Printers: 

  • MX-B402 SC, 
  • MX-6500N
  • DC-C400
  • MX-M850
  • MX-2600N


Popular Sharp Toner Cartridges: 

  • Sharp DXC40NTB
  • Sharp MX-850NT
  • Sharp MX-62NTBA
  • Sharp MX31NTBA
  • Sharp MX500NT


See all available Sharp cartridges on our Sharp toner page.


Xerox


Headquarters: Norwalk, Connecticut, US


Number of Employees: 20,500


Summary: Xerox built the first laser printer in 1969 by modifying one of its copiers. The name “Xerox” has become synonymous with imaging systems and copy machines ever since. 


Today, Xerox produces a wide variety of scanners, printers, and multifunction systems that scan, print, copy, email and fax, including the WorkCentre, Phaser, and VersaLink models.


Products: printers, printer supplies, projectors, scanners, copiers


Printer Product Lines: ColorQube, CopyCentre, DocuCentre, DocuColor, Document Centre, DocuPrint, FaxCentre, Phaser


Popular Xerox Printers: 

  • DocuColor 250
  • CopyCentre C2128
  • DocuCentre II C3000
  • Phaser 6280 DN
  • Phaser 6350


Popular Xerox Toner Cartridges: 

  • Xerox 106R01217
  • Xerox 006R01175
  • Xerox 006R01318
  • Xerox 106R01391
  • Xerox 106R01076


See all available Xerox cartridges on our Xerox toner page.


Glossary Of Printer Features


Buying a printer can look like alphabet soup. What do the letters after the model number mean?


The letters after the model number represent features specific to that printer. Use the glossary of terms below to break the code!

What do the Letters in Printer Model Names Stand for?

  • b- battery — The letter b stands for battery, which means your printer is powered by battery. This uncommon feature is sometimes seen on portable printers.
  • bt- bluetooth — The letters bt stand for bluetooth, which means your printer can print via a wireless bluetooth connection.
  • c- color — The letter c stands for color, which means your printer has color printing capability.
  • d- duplex — The letter d stands for duplex, which means that your printer can print on both sides of the page automatically.
  • e- ePrint — The letter e stands for ePrint, which means your printer can print via email.
  • f- fax — The letter f stands for fax, which means your printer can fax as well as print. Fax is typically found on multifunction printers.
  • h- hard disk — The letter h stands for hard disk, which means your printer includes a hard disk. Hard disks enable various features including the ability to schedule printer tasks, have user profiles to set printing limits, and save faxes if ink or toner is low or has run out.
  • i- imaging — The letter i stands for imaging, which means your printer is compatible with memory card slots which are used to expand the printer’s built-in memory. Many printers that do not have an “i” in their model name are also compatible with memory card slots so check your printer’s specs to see if it has this capability or not.
  • m- monochrome — The letter m stands for monochrome, which means your printer is a monochrome printer. Monochrome printers print in black and white and do not have color printing capability.
  • MFP- multi-function printer — The letters MFP stands for multifunction printer. Multifunction printers, or all-in-one printers, have the ability to scan, copy, and fax.
  • n- network — The letter n stands for network, which means your printer has a form of network capability, typically Wi-Fi connectivity or an Ethernet port. If n is combined with w, that means your printer is compatible with a wireless network.
  • s- stacker or stapler — The letter s stands for stacker or stapler, which means your printer either has a built-in stacker which stacks paper and enables high-volume printing or a stapler which staples printer paper together.
  • sk- stacker and stapler — The letters sk stand for stacker and stapler, which means your printer has a stack and a stapler. A stacker and a stapler are typically only found on very high-volume laser printers used in large office settings.
  • t- extra tray — The letter t stands for extra tray, which means your printer has an extra tray. Extra trays enable your printer to handle up to a ream of extra paper.
  • w- wireless — The letter w stands for wireless, which means your printer is compatible with a wireless network.
  • x- duplex, extra tray, and networking — The letter x stands for duplex, extra tray, and networking, which means your printer has these features or a combination of these features. “X” can also signify different features so check your printer’s specs to clarify. “X” used to be “dtn”.

Printer Model Examples


Now that we know what the letters stand for in printer model names, let’s look at some actual printer models and break down what their model names signify.

  • HP Laserjet Pro M1214nfh: HP Laserjet Pro monochrome-1214-network-fax-hard disk
  • HP Laserjet Enterprise MFP M632fht: HP Laserjet Enterprise-multifunction printer-monochrome-632-fax-hard disk-extra tray
  • HP Color Laserjet Pro MFP M281fdw: HP Color Laserjet Pro-multifunction printer-monochrome-281-fax-duplex-wireless


Further Reading:

  • The Ultimate Printer Cartridge (Toner & Ink) Buying Guide
  • Which Fonts Use The Least Ink & Toner? [We Tested 7 Different Fonts]

Rob Errera

Rob Errera is an award-winning journalist embedded in the world of printers and printing supplies. Rob has nearly two decades of experience writing about cutting edge technology, business trends, and the ever-evolving industry of printing.


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The 4 Best Printer Brands – Summer 2023: Reviews

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  2. Intro
  3. Brother

    1. Canon

      1. Epson

        1. HP

          1. Recent Updates
          2. All Reviews
          3. Discussions

          Updated Jun 15, 2023 at 12:49 pm

          By Ryan Lim

          When shopping for a printer, it’s difficult not to notice the brand names popping up. However, a shorter list of companies doesn’t make shopping for a new printer any easier since they all make a wide range of options that cater to different needs, making it difficult to determine the overall best printer company. That said, each company has its take on the same technologies, and each has its strengths and weaknesses.

          We’ve tested over 125 printers, and below are our recommendations for the best printer brands to buy from. Their position on the list doesn’t indicate any type of ranking; they’re listed alphabetically. You can also check out our recommendations for the best printers, the best all-in-one printers, and the best home printers for more options.

          1. Brother

            Brother MFC-J4335DW

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            Brother is a Japanese company that started making sewing machines under the name Yasui Sewing Machine in the early 1900s. The Brother name has been around since 1955, and the company has since expanded its portfolio to include products like typewriters, desktop computers, and printers. Currently, their printers are in two categories: home and business. Most of their home printers are inkjets due to their versatility and lower cost, while their business-oriented printers are mostly laser models, which are better at quickly handling big print jobs. Brother printer cartridges generally last a long time, making them cost-effective options for those who print a lot.

            We recommend the Brother MFC-J4335DW, an all-in-one inkjet model, for everyday home use. It produces outstanding-quality documents and prints quickly at 17 black or 15 color pages per minute. Regarding photo printing, it doesn’t have the widest color range or the best accuracy, but printed photos still look good and are extremely detailed. The ink cartridges yield a large number of prints and are relatively inexpensive, so you don’t have to worry about high maintenance costs. The scanner produces amazing quality scans and processes multi-page documents quickly through its automatic feeder, but it doesn’t support automatic double-sided scanning.

            If you need something for a small or home office, check out the Brother MFC-L8905CDW, an all-in-one color laser unit. It also produces sharp documents, prints quickly at 32 pages per minute, and has tons of features, including single-pass duplex scanning. The toner cartridges are expensive, and you have to factor in the cost of the drum as well; however, they last a long time, so your running cost will remain low. The downside is that laser printers aren’t ideal for photo printing, so it’s best to stick with an inkjet model if you need to print photos. See our recommendations for the best Brother printers here.

            See our review

          2. Canon

            Canon PIXMA TR8620a

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            Wireless

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            Canon is a Japanese company that’s been in the imaging business for a long time, producing numerous products like cameras, lenses, projectors, and printers. Given their expertise in photography, it isn’t surprising that their printers are generally better at printing photos, with their PIXMA line being the most popular. Canon makes a wide range of printers, including inkjet models for general home use, professional photo printers, laser printers for small offices, and even portable ones like the Canon IVY Mini Photo Printer.

            Since Canon makes so many types of printers, it’s hard to say which is the best, as it depends entirely on your usage. Among the inkjet models, the Canon PIXMA TR8620a is a great option for general home use. It’s an all-around good printer that produces nice photos and documents; it just isn’t very fast and lacks more advanced features like duplex scanning. A set of ink cartridges gets you about 220 black and 320 color prints, which isn’t a whole lot, but thankfully, they’re pretty cheap, so the cost of ownership is relatively low.

            We recommend the Canon Color imageCLASS MF753Cdw/MF751Cdw, a feature-rich color laser all-in-one for small or home offices. It produces exceptionally sharp documents, prints quickly, and doesn’t require much maintenance. It has many connectivity options and an ADF-equipped scanner with automatic duplex scanning. If you want professional-grade photos, the Canon imagePROGRAF PRO-300 is the one to get. It isn’t cheap, though, and it can get very expensive to maintain if you print a lot. See our recommendations for the best Canon printers here.

            See our review

          3. Epson

            Epson EcoTank ET-3850

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            Epson, another Japanese electronics company, is part of the Seiko group. The company started making printers in 1964 when Tokyo hosted the Summer Olympics, and Seiko, the official timekeeper for the Games, needed to make an electronic printer for timesheets. By 1975, Seiko came out with the name Epson, short for “Son of Electronic Printers,” and since then, they’ve been a leader in the printing world. Their printer lineup features a wide range of models aimed at home or business use, and they even have dedicated photo printers. Their supertank lineup is the most popular, as its refillable ink tanks yield significantly more pages than ink cartridges.

            The best Epson printer for most people is the Epson EcoTank ET-3850. This supertank model yields thousands of pages from a single set of ink, making it a superb choice for high-volume printing. It produces sharp documents and is decently fast, pushing out 15 black or seven color pages per minute. Printed photos look very detailed and colorful, although they aren’t color-accurate as the printer tends to oversaturate colors to make them look more vibrant and punchy. It has a scanner with an automatic feeder to process multi-page documents quickly, but it doesn’t support duplex scanning.

            If you need duplex scanning and don’t mind paying more, go with the Epson EcoTank Pro ET-5850. Its page yield isn’t as good as the ET-3850, but it produces higher-quality color documents and photos and prints faster at 25 pages per minute. If you want the best printer for printing photos and posters, then the Epson EcoTank Photo ET-8550 would be the best option, as it has a wider color range and supports wide format paper up to 13″ x 19″. See our recommendations for the best Epson printers here.

            See our review

          4. HP

            HP OfficeJet Pro 9025e

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            Hewlett-Packard, better known by the initials HP, is an American company founded in 1939. They began by producing electronic test and measurement equipment, then moved on to other technologies like audio oscillators and atomic clocks before expanding their portfolio to include laptops, monitors, and computers. They introduced the first desktop laser printer in 1984 with the HP LaserJet. Although they continue making laser models like the HP Color LaserJet Pro MFP M479fdw, they’ve also expanded to make inkjet printers for office solutions. HP makes printers for home or office use and cheap options for students, like the HP DeskJet 3755.

            If you’re looking for a general-purpose all-in-one printer for home or office use, we recommend the HP OfficeJet Pro 9025e. It produces incredibly sharp documents and prints quickly at 16 black or 14 color pages per minute. It yields a large number of prints, and you can further increase the yield with XL cartridges. It comes with six months of ink through HP+, HP’s ink replenishment subscription service, but know that if you subscribe to it, you won’t be able to use third-party cartridges in the future, even if you unsubscribe from the service. The scanner processes up to 10 pages per minute through the feeder and double-sided sheets in a single pass; however, it has trouble capturing fine details, so it isn’t the best for digitizing graphics and photos.

            Go with the HP Color LaserJet Pro MFP M283fdw for small or home offices. It’s just as good as the 9025e in document printing quality, and it prints faster at up to 22 pages per minute. Its toner cartridges are expensive, but they last a long time, and they contain the drum unit, making maintenance easier since you won’t need to replace the drum separately. Plus, unlike inkjet printers, you won’t have to worry about printheads clogging if you don’t print for an extended period. See our recommendations for the best HP printers here.

            See our review

          Recent Updates

          1. Jun 15, 2023:
            Verified that all picks are valid and available. Minor text changes to include the HP Color LaserJet Pro MFP M283fdw as an alternative to the HP OfficeJet Pro 9025e.

          2. Apr 19, 2023:
            Small text changes to include the Brother MFC-L8905CDW as an office alternative to the Brother MFC-J4335DW. No change in recommendations.

          3. Feb 17, 2023:
            Small text changes to improve clarity and readability. No change in recommendations.

          4. Dec 21, 2022:
            Minor text changes to improve clarity. No change in recommendations.

          5. Oct 28, 2022:
            Replaced the Brother MFC-J4535DW with the Brother MFC-J4335DW because it’s cheaper and performs almost identically. Verified accuracy and availability of all other picks.

          All Reviews

          Our recommendations above are what we think are currently the best printer brands and the best printers for most people. We factor in the price, feedback from our visitors, and availability.

          If you’d like to do the work of choosing yourself, here’s the list of all our printer reviews for these four brands. Be careful not to get too caught up in the details. While it might be impossible to say exactly which is the best printer company, it’s equally important to keep in mind that no printer is perfect for every use.  Most are good enough to please almost everyone, and the differences are often not noticeable unless you really look for them.

          how we taught 3D printers to print complex parts more economically and twice as fast

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          What is the idea

          The most popular FDM 3D printers print the parts layer by layer. At the same time, in 70% of cases, “hinged” elements appear during printing – fragments that do not have support under them and hang over the desktop like visors. To fix such details, it is necessary to print special supporting structures (they can take up to 50% of the material).

          In addition, after printing, these supports must be removed: such processing is often time consuming and not always safe – the part may break in the hands due to insufficient strength, and then everything will have to be redone. And some designs are simply impossible to produce using this method: the supports will fill almost the entire space of the part.

          I saw a solution that avoids this problem in the field of metalworking – five-axis milling machines have been used there for a long time. The idea is to equip the 3D printer with a turntable: with its help, the body of the model is always positioned during printing so that each subsequent layer is built based on the already printed elements of the model.

          Five Axis 3D Printer

          Why do we need a five-axis 3D printer and who are our customers

          The 5-axis 3D printer allows you to print complex parts quickly without wasting material on supporting structures and saving time in post-processing. In essence, we allow you to reduce costs and increase productivity: according to our estimates, one machine can replace two previous generation 3D printers.

          The 5-axis printer allows you to print parts with complex geometries, such as live piping layouts that companies need during the design phase. Printing this on a conventional 3D printer will not work, and creating it using conventional methods will take a lot of time and effort. In addition, products printed on a five-axis printer are much stronger than conventional ones. When printing, new layers of matter are not just layered on top of each other, but are printed “overlapped” at different angles – it is much more difficult to break such details.

          Of course, not everyone needs to print complex and durable products: potential buyers of the Epit 5.1 5-axis 3D printer are 3D printing service companies, industrial design studios and design departments of manufacturing enterprises. That is, our machine is needed specifically for industrial use.

          How we got into this topic

          Seven years ago I worked in a company that produced plastic automotive components, responsible for marketing and creating new business lines.

          Back then, for one of the projects, it was necessary to make a prototype of a new part: it was expensive and time consuming to do it with traditional methods (I would have to create a mold), so I decided to contact a company that was engaged in 3D printing. At that time, this direction was on the hype, and everyone talked about the fact that soon 3D printers would be in every kitchen and garage.

          But the reality turned out to be completely discouraging. With our task, we turned to several companies that were engaged in 3D printing in Naberezhnye Chelny, but no one was able to make the part according to our request: it turned out to be too complicated.

          Since I am a designer by education, I began to think and look for solutions to the problem myself – and did not find anything similar on the market.

          Creating a team proved to be more difficult than finding funding. Initially, I focused on the “iron” component of the project and did not think about the software that is necessary for the efficient operation of a 3D printer, so I began to look for developers.

          An expert I knew then told me: “You need people who, like you, do not understand what they are getting into” – because developing software for such a printer turned out to be a rather specific and long task.

          I began to apply to the universities of Tatarstan and neighboring regions – to look for students who are ready to take on a non-trivial task. But the students who responded could not move forward in the solution, and as a result, I found Mikhail Ivanov in Innopolis, who became a developer and my partner in a startup.

          The second person who was needed in our business was someone who understands electronics, a specialist in the field of digital program management. Unlike a programmer, such a specialist cannot work remotely, so I was looking for a person in Naberezhnye Chelny.

          Having spent a lot of effort and nerves, I found only two people who had the necessary level of knowledge and were able to realize my ideas, and fortunately one of them, Pavel Kozhevnikov, took up the project.

          Getting funding, finding a team, and working on a printer went gradually – and in April of this year we created an MVP.

          What we are doing now

          In the spring of 2020, we entered the Pulsar Venture Capital accelerator and are now working on a project together with the company’s experts. Acceleration made me run faster, spend even more time on the project, and constantly refine something.

          On the other hand, due to quarantine, we work remotely, and for me it turned out to be even more convenient – I stayed in the familiar atmosphere with the opportunity to work on the product.

          Now we have a finished product, the first pre-orders for it, and an understanding of how we will bring it to the market, how to position it. In addition, during the acceleration we have expanded the horizons of thinking and now we are looking not only at Russia, but also at the global market – this has ceased to seem like an impossible task.

          We assessed the economics of the business and set the price for the printer at around $7,000, which is an adequate price for a printer with such a wide range of capabilities, because it allows you to get prototypes of products quickly and with high quality.

          I see how 3D printer owners are increasingly thinking about equipment efficiency and the ability to do more. In response to these requests, in recent years, the number of developments in the field of creating a new generation of 3D printers has been growing, and this is encouraging – it means that the topic is really in demand and the market will actively develop.

          For example, the scientific community is working on the creation of algorithms and principles for processing models. The new generation of 3D printers is being made by our competitors from Europe and Asia, but so far they have not announced the launch of mass production.

          Therefore, it will be great if we, Russian companies, manage to become market leaders in the creation of third-generation 3D printers that can work even more efficiently and change attitudes towards additive manufacturing.

          How a 3D printer works, what can be printed on a 3D printer

          The 3D printer is a technology that allows you to create real objects from a digital model. It all started in the 80s under the name “rapid prototyping”, which was the goal of the technology: to create a prototype faster and cheaper. A lot has changed since then, and today 3D printers allow you to create anything you can imagine.

          Contents:

          • What is 3D printing?
          • How does a 3D printer work?
          • What can be printed?

          The 3D printer allows you to create objects that are almost identical to their virtual models. That is why the scope of these technologies is so wide.

          What is 3D printing?

          3D printing is an additive manufacturing process because, unlike traditional subtractive manufacturing, 3D printing does not remove material, but adds it, layer by layer – that is, builds or grows.

          1. In the first stage of printing, the data from the drawing or 3D model is read by the printer.
          2. Next is the sequential overlay of layers.
          3. These layers, consisting of sheet material, liquid or powder, are combined with each other, turning into the final form.

          With limited production of parts, 3D printing will be faster and cheaper. The world of 3D printing does not stand still and therefore there are more and more different technologies competing with each other on the market. The difference lies in the printing process itself. Some technologies create layers by softening or melting the material, then they provide layer-by-layer application of this same material. Other technologies involve the use of liquid materials, which acquire a solid form in the process under the influence of various factors.

          In order to print something , you first need a 3D model of the object, which you can create in a 3D modeling program (CAD – Computer Aided Design), or use a 3D scanner to scan the object you want to print. There are also easier options, such as looking for models on the internet that have been created and made available to other people.

          Once your design is ready, all you have to do is import it into the Slicer, a program that adapts the model into codes and instructions for a 3D printer, most of the programs are open source and free. The slicer will convert your project into a gcode file ready to be printed as a physical object. Simply save the file to the included SD card and insert it into your 3D printer and hit print.

          The whole process can take several hours and sometimes even days. It all depends on the size, material and complexity of the model. Some 3D printers use two different materials. One of them is part of the model itself, the other acts as a prop that supports parts of the model hanging in the air. The second material is subsequently removed.

          How does a 3D printer work?

          Although there are several 3D printing technologies, most create an object by building up many successive thin layers of material. Typically desktop 3D printers use plastic filaments (1) which are fed into the printer by the feeder (2) . The filament melts into the print head (3) which extrudes the material onto the platform (4) creating the object layer by layer. Once the printer starts printing, all you have to do is wait – it’s easy.

          Of course, when you become an advanced user, playing with the settings and tweaking your printer can lead to even better results.

          What can be 3D printed?

          The possibilities of 3D printers are endless and they are now becoming a common tool in fields such as engineering, industrial design, manufacturing and architecture. Here are some typical use cases:

          Custom Models

          Create custom products that perfectly match your needs in terms of size and shape. Do something that would be impossible with any other technology.

          Rapid Prototyping

          3D printing allows you to quickly create a model or prototype, helping engineers, designers and companies get feedback on their projects in a short time.

          Complex geometry

          Models that are difficult to imagine can be easily created with a 3D printer. These models are good for teaching others about complex geometry in a fun and useful way.

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