Best Sewing Machine Reviews

thread and needleI’m Bridget and this is my sewing machine review blog where I have reviewed all the best sewing machines. I think sewing stuff is just about the best pastime ever, and useful too, don’t you think? Nowadays with electronic and computerized sewing machines, life is so much easier.

I’ve been sewing stuff for years and years and used many models of sewing machines; I’ve had the best sewing machine for embroidery and quilting. I always give the old ones away (they weren’t really that old but I outgrew them fast) or trade them in when I upgrade to something new. They can also be sold second hand if they’re still in one piece (99 percent are, unless you make a habit of dropping them) and working fine.

How to Choose the Best Sewing Machine

Now, I didn’t say it was an easy thing to choose the best sewing machine for beginners. You need to know what you want now, and plan ahead for what you might want in a year or two. It could be that you only want to sew hubby’s trousers hems now, but suddenly you find that you want to take up embroidery as a hobby. Bear in mind that you can always upgrade to something fancy later on as long as your budget allows. Here are few important things to think about to help you start in your purchase.

First things first, decide what you want your sewing machine for. I wouldn’t recommend buying a sewing machine with all the fancy functions if you aren’t going to use them, since the price difference can be large. If you’re buying the sewing machine as a gift, find out what features suit the person you’re giving it to.

Type of Sewing Machines

  • Regular sewing machine – Does your regular sewing jobs, but some models come with embroidery or quilting features.
  • Embroidery sewing machine – Some sewing machines are purely for embroidery and they can be expensive.
  • Quilting sewing machine – The best sewing machines for quilting will include plenty of quilting accessories.

Type of Work vs Price

  • Heavy – If you often sew a lot of heavy fabrics, go for sewing machines above the $250 mark.
  • Light – For regular sewing, cheap sewing machines are good enough.

Portability
If you plan to bring the sewing machine to sewing classes, get something lighter and more portable.

Read more about how to choose the best sewing machine here.

Best Sewing Machine Reviews 2015

These are the best sewing machines I feel worth recommending to you folks who love sewing, and for those who are just starting out, get the best beginner sewing machine.

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Best Sewing Machine Brands

There were two big players when it comes to sewing machines but now there are three. It is often a tough decision choosing between the two major competitors – Brother and Singer. I personally have used both Brother sewing machines and Singer sewing machines and both brands are good. Janome is a relatively newer brand but it’s gaining popularity fast. I myself have just bought a new Janome sewing machine.

Do read my reviews on the best sewing machine brands:

Other Things You Need to Know About Sewing Machines

I have been sewing since my mother taught me how on her very ancient sewing machine. All that experience plus researching each time I buy a new sewing machine must have made me an expert, yes? I’d like to share with you everything about sewing machines that I know, so here are some articles I wrote:

Top Sewing Machines List

Read more sewing machines reviews and guide posts in my blog. With all these information and tips I hope you will be able to find the right sewing machine for your needs. Very soon you might even be making clothes for your children’s dolls! :) Happy shopping!

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