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If you see a machine you are interested in please contact us and we will do out best to get the sewing machine of your dreams into your hands.

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We have an ever changing selection of reconditioned Sewing Machines, Sergers, and Embroidery Machines. Contact Us for more information

Upcoming Classes

ART UNRAVELED - NEEDLE FELTING BY MACHINE

Wednesday, Oct 25, 2017
1100hrs - 1400hrs

Skill Level: Beginner The Baby Lock Embellisher is a 12 needle felting machine that we have had...See Class

SANTAS MILK AND COOKIES PLACEMAT

Thursday, Oct 26, 2017
1100hrs - 1500hrs

What a perfect little placemat to leave out with Milk and Cookies for Santa and his Reindeer! Great...See Class


Previously Loved Sewing Machines

Check out what we currently have!

All our previously loved sewing machines have been all serviced by our on-site Service Technician Stan Rimmer, who has over 40 yrs experience in domestic and industrial service They are sold as they came in as far as accessories and books. Some come with and some you will have to add them on yourself. I will not be listing everything with each machine on this site. So please pop into our shop or See Full Article

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    Gathering Foot (496010-20)

    Looking for a shortcut for gathering? This foot creates a ruffle in light to medium weight fabrics, trims the edges, sews the ruffle to a flat fabric and overlocks in one operation.

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    Hem Guide (396001-88)

    Evenly hem edges without measuring, pinning or pressing. Simply insert fabric and this guide automatically folds fabric edge under 2.5 cm (1") for hemming with a Cover Hem. Must use with Cover Hem Foot.

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    Hemmer Foot (395805-16)

    Looking for an easy, professional way to sew a delicate hem? The spiral on this foot guides the fabric edge to create a rolled hem. Recommended for fine, sheer fabrics used in bridal wear.

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    Hemmer Foot (395710-22)

    Looking for an easy, professional way to sew a delicate hem? The spiral on this foot guides the fabric edge to create a rolled hem. Recommended for fine, sheer fabrics used in bridal wear.

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    Hemmer Foot (395719-54)

    Looking for an easy, professional way to sew a delicate hem? The spiral on this foot guides the fabric edge to create a rolled hem. Recommended for fine, sheer fabrics used in bridal wear.

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    Hemmer Foot (395771-14)

    Looking for an easy, professional way to sew a delicate hem? The spiral on this foot guides the fabric edge to create a rolled hem. Recommended for fine, sheer fabrics used in bridal wear.

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    Lace Attachment Guide (396001-86)

    Proficient and clever, this guide folds fabric edge under 6 mm (1/4"). At the same moment it's hemming, a Cover Hem attaches lace or trim placed underneath. Must use with Cover Hem Foot.

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    Lacing Guide (396013-71)

    Throw away those pins. Accurate alignment of lace or trim to the fabric edge is assured with this guide. Sew lace or trim evenly on top of fabric with a Cover Hem.

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    Multi-Cord Foot (395805-48)

    Design your own braids and trims. Simply place cord(s) in the foot and sew over them for a simple couching method. Or sew over one cord with a zigzag to gather heavier weight fabrics.

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    Multi-Cord Foot (495440-20)

    Design your own braids and trims. Simply place cord(s) in the foot and sew over them for a simple couching method. Or sew over one cord with a zigzag to gather heavier weight fabrics.