October 2019
October 2019

Sewing Machine Reviews

Looking to replace your existing sewing machine? Then be guided by our directory of models. From entry level and computerised models to specialist embroidery and quilting ones, we have the information you need to help you decide.

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£619 Pfaff Ambition Essential

Pfaff Ambition Essential

With a large sewing space and an Integrated Dual Feed System for even fabric feed, this machine is ideal for any make.

Key Features

  • 110 stitches,
    integrated Dual Feed system,
    large sewing space,
    alphabets in two font styles,
    one-step buttonhole,
    immediate tie off,
    adjustable presser foot pressure,
    29 needle positions,
    mirror image capability.

£499 Brother Innoc-IS 55

Brother Innoc-IS 55

Combine and save up to 35 different stitches to make your own patterns.

Key Features

  • 135 stitches,
    Back-lit LCD screen,
    digital stitch length and width controls,
    combine and save stitch patterns,
    10 styles of one-step automatic buttonhole,
    slide type speed control,
    seven point feed for smooth fabric feeding.

£599 Janome Memory Craft 5900QC

Janome Memory Craft 5900QC

With a huge range of stitches and features to offer, this machine is a fantastic all-rounder.

Key Features

  • 500+  stiches
    Memory facility
    Fully computerised
    Large information screen
    Last stitch recall
    Three built-in font
    Auto one-step buttonholes (seven styles)
    Programmable needle up/down
    Lock stitch feature.

£5495 Janome MC12000

Janome MC12000

Whilst not fresh to the market, the MC12000 is now being offered with an exciting new offer – every machine sold will have an exclusive bonus pack including a free Acer tablet and keyboard, embroidery software, design CDs and more PLUS a £500 discount.

Key Features

  • 425 stitches
    2,338 built-in embroidery designs
    Large sewing and embroidery area
    High speed stitching (1,000 stitches per minute)
    LCD screen
    10 fonts
    Built-in memory banks.

£599 Husqvarna Opal 650

Husqvarna Opal 650

One of two launch machines from Husqvarna, the Opal 650 boasts a range of enviable features including the exclusive Sewing Advisor, which assesses your fabric and automatically picks the best settings for your makes, plus an extra large sewing area for qu

Key Features

  • 160 stitches
    Sewing advisor
    Large sewing area
    Three built-in font styles
    Four permanent memory banks
    One-step buttonhole, mirror stitch capability.

£1999 Janome 8900

Janome 8900

Another long arm special, the 8900 is brand new to the market and sure to impress.

Key Features

  • 1,000 stitches
    Extra long arm
    Jog dial stitch selection
    Alphabet stitches and numbers included
    11 automatic buttonholes
    Fully computerised,
    1,000 stitches per minute
    Automatic tension.

£2999 Brother Innov-IS V5

Brother Innov-IS V5

With an extra long arm, automatic pressure system (to detect fabric thickness and set optimum stitch quality), full spectrum LED lighting and a whole host of other features this quilting, embroidery and sewing machine is second to none.

Key Features

  • 227 stitches, 17 fonts, 28.5cm long arm, Drop-in bobbin Knee lift, USB ports, Large embroidery area, LCD touch screen, Automatic pressure system, Energy saving mode

£5299 Pfaff Creative Sensation

Pfaff Creative Sensation

With a large sewing space and a wide range of embroidery features and multiple quilting functions, you’ll be able to tackle any make, big or small, with this clever model.

Key Features

  • 650 stitches, over 330 embroidery designs, super-wide stitches up to 52mm wide, large embroidery area, ActivStitch technology, appliqu? shape creator.

£1699 Janome 8200

Janome 8200

This new machine offers over 200 stitches to choose from, with easy stitch selection via a large touch screen and keypad.

Key Features

  • 224 Stitches, five LED lights, touch screen, alphabet stitches, memory banks, automatic needle threader, lock stitch function, extra long freearm, Janome AcuFeed system.