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Rank Product Name Score
1 First Place Janome JW8100 Computerized Sewing Machine, White Janome JW8100 Computerized Sewing Machine, White
By Janome
9.6
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2 Best Value Singer Professional Computerized Sewing Machine Singer Professional Computerized Sewing Machine
By Singer
9.5
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3 SINGER 9960 Quantum Stylist 600-Stitch Computerized Portable Sewing Machine with Extension Table, Bonus SINGER 9960 Quantum Stylist 600-Stitch Computerized Portable Sewing Machine with Extension Table, Bonus
By Singer
9.2
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4 Janome 8077 Computerized Sewing Machine Includes Exclusive Bonus Bundle Janome 8077 Computerized Sewing Machine Includes Exclusive Bonus Bundle
By Janome
8.9
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5 Laura Ashley Limited Edition CX155LA Computerized Sewing & Quilting Machine with Built-in Font Laura Ashley Limited Edition CX155LA Computerized Sewing & Quilting Machine with Built-in Font
By Brother
8.7
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6 SINGER 7258 100-Stitch Computerized Sewing Machine with DVD, 10 Presser Feet and Metal SINGER 7258 100-Stitch Computerized Sewing Machine with DVD, 10 Presser Feet and Metal
By Singer
8.2
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7 Brother SE400 Combination Computerized Sewing and 4x4 Embroidery Machine With 67 Built-in Stitches Brother SE400 Combination Computerized Sewing and 4x4 Embroidery Machine With 67 Built-in Stitches
By Brother
8.1
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8 Brother Designio Series DZ2400 Computerized Sewing & Quilting Machine Brother Designio Series DZ2400 Computerized Sewing & Quilting Machine
By Brother
7.8
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9 Brother HC1850 Computerized Sewing and Quilting Machine with 130 Built-in Stitches, 8 Presser Brother HC1850 Computerized Sewing and Quilting Machine with 130 Built-in Stitches, 8 Presser
By Brother
7.5
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10 Singer 8500Q Modern Quilter Computerized Sewing and Quilting Machine with Bonus Accessories Singer 8500Q Modern Quilter Computerized Sewing and Quilting Machine with Bonus Accessories
By Singer
7.1
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Do You Need an Expensive Sewing Machine? | SEWING REPORT

do you need an expensive sewing machinethat's the question we're answeringhey everybody i'm jennifer moore herewith the sewing report helping youdiscover your love of sewing if that'ssomething you're interested ingo ahead and click that subscribe buttonand in this edition we're going to betalking about sewing machines do youneed a fancy one with an entry level 1do guess we're gonna be getting intogoing to be sharing my opinions on thesewing machine i've used over the yearsand this question was actually posed bya friend of mine who was interested inselling but was wondering do you need asix thousand dollar machine or will atwo-hundred-dollar machine do and I'mhere to answer that question in myopinion I think it depends on whatyou're sewing what kind of projects aredoing and how advanced of a sewist youactually are so let me get into myhistory with sewing machines i startedout sewing at the end of 2012 by buyinga sewing machine a vintage singer 201-2off of ebay now this is a great machinedoesn't have a lot of modern featuresobviously but it's a workhorse and Ireally feel like the quality of thesevintage machines are excellent but asfar as everyday sewing goes they can bea little bit frustrating i was afraid tobreak it is an antique so I was a littleintimidated by it so then we ended upbuying a Brother SE 400 it's a sewingand embroidery machine and I really likethat machine we ended up eventuallygiving it to my mother-in-law but forseveral years we never had any issueswith it we got it off of amazon and wedidn't ever have to get it serviced oranything like that so we pretty muchjust used and abused it cleaned out thebobbin case every once in awhile and itwas totally fineso I think for a beginner starting outjust getting a machine off you know offamazon or some sort of other website ithink it's a great startyou can see if you like it withouthaving to invest tons of cash into thishobby especially if you don't know ifyou're going to be continuing or not sothen about a year later I ended upupgrading again I got a janome 7700 it'smostly quilting machinein and i have found i really like janomemachines but here's the caveat I thinkabout 2,500 dollars for my machine and adealer at the time it was a decent pricethey came with three years of servicingbut what I found about myself is thatthis dealership is on the other side oftown and I hate driving around Atlantaso whenever the time came to service atwhich is actually coming to about now Ireally didn't want to go one thing thatdoes frustrate me about the sewingmachine buying process is that a lot ofthe sewing machine dealers are stillrequiring you to go physically to thestore the prices aren't supertransparent and a lot of 21st centurycustomers younger customers don't reallywant to do that time is our biggestasset it's super important to us andthat's why we want to buying processthat we can do from the comfort of ourown home and I wish more sewing machinemanufacturers were in touch with thatfact so that's just my opinion on thisyou know feel free to leave me a commenton that because i do think it's aninteresting discussion to havelet's get back to machines so after Iended up buying the janome 7700 it's agreat machine but I did have some buyerremorse i almost think for me it's toomuch machine the things I so are likelittle home Dec projects quilts clothingand other smaller items i'm not aprofessional seamstress but i did themain reason i picked that machine wasbecause it hasn't let an 11 inch throatspace but after i bought my machine thenyou know we came out with the skylineseries and that machine has a verysimilar throat space but the price is alot lower you can get a janome skylinefor like a thousand twelve hundreddollars and if that had been an optionwhen I was during looking for a sewingmachineI probably would have gone for theskyline instead so I have that machinefor a few yearsit works great and I do really enjoy itbut I again I think it's a little moremachine that I needed and a price thatwas a little bit higher so that I endedup getting a Sailrite machine and i'lllink it below and i'm going to bevery very honest i have not used it itry i spent a few hours trying to learnlook at the instructions and try to seeif I could work with it it's a littlebit finicky and it's not it's not aseasy to use as the janome so it's justbeen sitting in the craft room and Ihaven't done anything with it was arather expensive machine and I am havingsome regrets about that i also have abrother serger I've taken a lot of aclasses and workshops and sewing eventsand I did take a serger workshop theclub the model we used in the sergerworkshop was this six thousand dollarbaby lock and I was told by a number ofpeople that baby locker like the goldstandard for sergers my 200-hour brotherI think works just fine for my purposesI don't make a lot of clothing and idon't so professionally so for my ownpersonal home needs i find that thistwo-hundred-dollar serger works justgreat in fact i'm interested in gettingme brother cover stitch machine that sortof like the equivalent that's aboutthree to four hundred dollars some kindof waiting until it goes on sale onAmazon maybe i'll pick it up thenso that brings me to my latest sewingmachine acquisition which is theEverSewn Sparrow 25 when I was like quiltcon last year ended up talking to thelittle cheesy which is the son of theowner of bernina during the sewingmachines which is pretty much like therolls-royce of sewing machines and hewas coming out with a new line of morebudget-friendly entry-level machinesit's a line called ever sewn there iwould they say they're similar toBerninas in design and make but again thefeatures and the price is just a lot lotlower than the burning of machines thesemachines range from like a hundred andthirty dollars to 330 dollars which ithink is fantastic for someone who isjust getting into selling you don't knowif you want to spend two or threethousand dollars in the machine or moreso i really think that that machine thatline of machines is a great option andin factactually contacted him and I asked if Icould try out the ever sewn and makesome videos about it he gave me thethumbs up so that is the Machine you seeright here and i've been using it for afew months just to see how it comparedto the janome and i will say I've beengravitating more towards using that eversewn than my twenty-five hundred dollarjanome there are some little differencesobviously the throat space of theeveryone is smaller but i've been usingit for pretty much all by sewingprojects lately and its first the stitchquality goes and the ease of useI'm not really see much of a differencebetween the janome 7700 and the eversewnsparrow 25 and in fact the only differenceis i have noticed the janome runs like alittle bit the motion of the sewingseems a little bit smoother but it'sdefinitely not a two-thousand-dollardifference so I think if you're in themarket for a pretty good workhorseeveryday sewing machine i really thinkthe EverSewn Sparrow 25 is a great optionand the reason why i was especiallyexcited about it is that it's allowed tobe sold online Berninasaren't reallysold online as far as the higher-endmodels but i love that the companyrealizes that their target demographicis probably doing a lot of onlineshopping so I really appreciate aboutthat about the company and that is morespecifically why I wanted to see if Icould work with ever sewn to try toeducate people on what a great machineit is and how affordable it is because ithink it's really great the model that ihave it has a lot of computerizedfunctions it's got the thread cutterit's got needle up and down and I'vetried using the letter the letterstitches and i really like it i thinkthey the letters are very very verynicely designed and they look likemonograms you can't make them super bigbut for doing smaller items or puttingsomeone's name on itI think it's a really great feature tohave in a 330 dollar machine so afterall that my consensus is that for theaverage sewist who maybe makes a fewthings a month and doesn't do anything like you're not longer you don'tneed too long arm quilting things or youdon't do a lot of heavy embroidery Ireally don't feel the need for you todrop two or three thousand dollars on asewing machineI think a three-hundred-dollar sewingmachine is great but from my experienceI think if you can have machines that dodifferent thingsthat's actually more beneficial i lovehaving a surgery I love having a machinethat can has a large throat space to doquilting and actually like the averageEverSewn Sparrow 25 and I'm really interestedin getting that cover stitch machine soi think i'd rather have several cheapermachines that can do different thingsthat have one super expensive machinethat really only does one thing sothat's what to sense and feel free toshare your thoughts below i know there'sprobably going to be a lot of differentopinions and thank you so much forwatching this videooh and for everyone that enjoyed thehuge cutting mat review thank you forall the positive feedback we reallyenjoyed making this and every once in awhile we're going to have more of ahumorous video just to shake things upand mix things up so hopefully stay withus for that James really enjoyed being aguest and so report and you mightactually have to channel more often sostay tuned and I'll see you next timebaba so people take real selfiesok.