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Things to consider when buying a sewing machine:

 

  1. Function. What would you like your machine to do? Dressmaking? Quilting? Textile art? What type of materials are you likely to use? Cotton? Leather? Paper? Will the machine be for professional or personal use? Answers to these questions will help us to focus your search.
  2. Budget. How much are you willing to spend? Sewing machines range in price from £99 to £9,000. Where do you fall within that spectrum? Call David and Sophie to discuss how to get the most for your money.
  3. Potential. We want to make sure that the machine you buy will last. Consider which machine is realistic for you today, but will also provide you with future potential. It’s better to invest in a machine that will last you twenty years than to buy something that will cramp your creativity after two. Our free private tuition and ongoing support guarantees that you’ll be able to explore your machine’s potential over any length of time.

 

Brother V3

Just arrived is a fantastic Brother Innov-Is V3 embroidery machine.

It has 227 great built in designs for you to use, 17 different styles of lettering. It comes with upgrade 1, extra frames and this machine has a very low mileage… All of this for only £1,499 (SAVING £600).

 

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Comes with

2 year guarantee
All original spec
Free delivery
Our lifetime promise
1-1 Tuition
On going help and support

 

Things we love about this machine

It combines designs and fonts
227 built in designs
17 amazing fonts
Needle threader
USB port to transfer designs from your computer
Independent bobbin winder

Please give David or Suzanne a call for further details

Bernina Accessory of the Month!

Cordonnet foot #11

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This wonderful Bernina foot is currently on promotion, with 15% off it’s regular price of £25.00.

This offer is on for this month only, ending the 8th February 2019.

You can create some really beautiful decorative stitches using a top stitch thread with the Cordonnet foot. The 2-mm-deep Groove under it’s sole allows cordonnet foot #11 to glide smoothly  even over thicker threads, as well as ensuring even fabric feed at all times.

TIP: You will want to use a needle with a large eye, such as a top stitch needle.

Just pop into the shop or give us a call if you like the sound of this month’s foot!