Welcome to our sewing machine reviews page. There are so many sewing machines to choose from that it can get overwhelming to try and choose one that is best for you. Below you’ll find a list of sewing machines and their reviews. We are confident you’ll find a machine that is perfect for you. Also, pls make sure to leave comments if you have an questions or if you own one of the machines make sure to let everyone know what you like and dislike about the machine.
The Brother PC-420 PRW Project Runway Sewing Machine is perfect for beginners or expert sewers. This machine comes with 294 built-in stitches and is loaded with features that will help you sew like a pro. The machine has a LCD panel which you can use to design your own stitches and then save them to the built in memory. The Brother PC-420 also comes with a 25 year warranty which shows how confident the manufacturer is about their product. This sewing machine is also our top pick for many reasons and you can read our full review by clicking on the link below.
The Janome HD1000 Heavy-Duty Sewing Machine might not have all the bells and whistles like some of the more expensive machines but it is durable and sturdy. We found quite a few reviewers who are professionals and use the Janome HD1000 in their businesses. They say that this machine is a very reliable workhorse and just keeps going. If you are looking for a well built, durable, no-frills sewing machine that can sew through just about any material and can be purchased for a price that won’t break the bank then this is the one for you.
The Brother CS6000i Sewing Machine is one of the best sellers out there. This machine is affordable and can do the jobs that more expensive machines can do just as good if not better. The Brother CS6000i is a computerized machine and has 60 built in stitcheswhich you can easily select through an easy to use LCD screen. The CS6000i also comes with Brother’s 25 year warranty and we found almost 1000 reviews for this machine online. Read our full review by clicking on the link below.
The SINGER 4423 Heavy Duty Model Sewing Machine has a powerful motor and the manufacturer claims that it could sew through just about anything. Not everybody agrees with that statement however. We found well over 200 reviews online for the Singer 4423 and found that there are plenty of people who experienced all sorts of problems with this machine. From our research we think that purchasing this machine is too much of a gamble and would advise you to keep looking for a better machine.
The SINGER 7469Q Confidence Quilter Computerized Sewing and Quilting Machine has a lot of advanced features. For example, the needle cane be stopped in the down position when quilting or pivoting fabric. There is also an electronic twin needle control setting that will automatically adjust stitches for twin needle sewing by touching a button. We found a good number of reviews online and they were mostly positive. You can read our full review by clicking on the button below.
The Brother SE400 Computerized Embroidery and Sewing Machine is an excellent choice for beginners or more experienced sewers. The machine has over 70 decorative embroidery designs, 120 frame pattern combinations and 5 lettering fonts built into it’s memory. You can also import an unlimited number of designs straight from your pc to the machine’s built in memory. This machine also comes with Brother’s 25 year warranty and the reviews for this machine reflects it’s quality. We found well over 400 reviews online and the vast majority are very positive. Read our full review by clicking on the button below.
The Janome Magnolia sewing machine has 18 decorative and utility stitches and it features stitch length control and a zigzag width control. There is also a reverse stitch button and a convenient thread cutter. The Magnolia has an extension table that gives you more surface area to work with and you can also remove the extension if you need more room. We found reviews from beginners and also from more advanced sewers. Almost all of them are in love with this machine and we feel this machine will be a great option to consider.
The Brother 1034D 3/4 Lay-In Thread Serger has 22 built in stitch functions such as rolled hemming, narrow hemming, 3-thread overlock, 4-thread overlock and ribbon lock. With this machine you can sew blind hems, pin tucks and flat lock stitches if you purchase an optional presser feet. We found over 1000 user reviews online for the Brother 1034D and the majority were very positive.
The SINGER 9960 features a Digital Information Advisor, which provides information about your stitch pattern, length, and with and the recommended presser foot on an easy-to-read LCD screen. It also has 600 built-in stitch patterns which means that even the most creative people won’t get bored with this machine. We did not find many reviews for this machine but the ones we did find were very positive.
The Brother XL2610 Free-Arm Sewing Machine features lots of stitch functions, an automatic button holer, an automatic needle threader, a quickset drop-in bobbin system, an automatic bobbin winding system and plenty other features that make sewing so much easier. This machine is great for beginner sewers who are on a budget. Read our full review by clicking on the button below.