Runs at an impressive speed of up to 1,500 stitches per minute. Offers 4 feed dog settings for optimum fabric control. The 12" x 18" extension table makes quilting a breeze. Features automatic needle threading, thread trimming, and needle positioning.
Not the most affordable model out there.
Features 60 built-in stitches, which you can adjust the length and width of via the LCD screen. Adjustable sewing speed lets you take things at your own pace. Oversize table is great for quilting or larger projects. Comes with a wide range of useful accessories.
Some people report tension issues but seems to only affect a small percentage of users.
Offers exceptional value for money if you want a beginner machine. Very straightforward to use. Features 27 built-in stitches with 63 stitch functions. Includes 6 easy-change sewing feet. Simple dial controls make changing stitches easy. Portable for moving to different locations.
Not versatile enough for experienced users or complex projects.
Simple to use, yet versatile enough to tackle both basic and advanced projects. Features 100 built-in stitches and 140 stitch functions. Offers 55 alphanumeric stitches for basic monogramming.
Some users struggle with the automatic needle threader.
67 sewing stitches. 70 embroidery designs and 5 fonts for lettering. Smooth fabric feeding from the seven-point feed dogs. Features an LCD touchscreen for adjusting stitches and editing embroidery designs.
You can find better, cheaper machines if you have no interest in embroidery.
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