Before choosing a sewing cabinet, or any other essential furniture, you’ll need to research and buy a machine. With so many models available (in many cases from top brands) knowing where to start could be challenging.


To help you, we’ve reviewed three of the more popular options – so you make a more informed choice.


Once you’ve purchased your sewing machine, contact us via our Facebook page to discuss our bespoke furniture options.


Innov-is NS80E Sewing Machine – BROTHER


This computerised sewing machine has 80 built-in stitches to give you more control over your designs. Adjusting the width, length, and style of stitches is easy thanks to a sizable LCD screen – plus five different types of presser feet and a wide table.

Surprisingly, the price tag for the BROTHER Innov-is NS830E is very reasonable. Why not invest in a sewing storage cabinet too with the money you saved.

TL-2000Qi Sewing and Quilting Machine – JUKI

Do you often work on large quilts, canvasses, or thick fabrics? If so, this sturdy entry made by JUKI is worth a closer look. Built to last and fitted with a bright light to make close-up work easier, it’s incredibly quiet and barely moves while you’re working.

Although not for beginners, the TL-2000Qi Sewing and Quilting Machine is ideal for enthusiasts who need access to a wider range of features than normal.

Heavy Duty 4452 Sewing Machine – SINGER

If you need to sew through tough fabrics like denim or leather, this is the machine for you. As well as being extremely strong, the Singer Heavy Duty 4452 can penetrate several layers of fabric and includes an adjustable pressure foot for lightweight materials.

A lower price tag means this sewing machine will probably fit into your budget too. Take a look now and see how it compares with the other sewers reviewed in this article.

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