Looking for the best sewing machines to buy this Christmas? There’s never a better time for snagging great deals! Topping my list this year ar beloved sewing machines – and they’re up to 20% off! The fact that it is close to Christmas has me ticking things off my Christmas list! Soon, I’ll be wrapping them and putting them under our Christmas tree. My kids just couldn’t wait!
Snag These Sewing Machines This Holiday Season.
They’re Worth Every Penny!
Of course, if asked what would I want for this year, I wouldn’t hesitate to say a new sewing machine is on my list. I think almost every sewer’s Christmas list has to have at least one highly desired sewing machine, am I right? I remember the very first sewing machine my mother bought me. It sparked the passion for all things sewing I have right now! It’s with it I first learned how to thread a sewing machine and how to properly take care of one. To this day, it still holds a place in my heart, and I’m sure you’ll find one on this list that would have a place in your heart as well! Here’s a list of 10 awesome sewing machine deals on Cyber Monday!
1. Janome 11706 3/4 Size Hello Kitty
Got a daughter loves to sew? Why not help her level up her sewing skills with this Janome 11706 3/4 Size Hello Kitty? This is a perfect gift for your budding sewer at home. It has 11 stitches and is suitable to do heavy duty sewing task. If she attends sewing class, then she can actually bring this sewing machine to her class since this beauty is very handy.
2. Janome Basic
Perfect for beginners and people who sew on the go, this sewing machine is light and portable. It has 10 built-in stitches and free arm and accessory storage. Not to mention finger guards for little ones! It also comes in 11 different colors – my personal favorite would be the lilac one!
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3. Janome 8077
A bit on the pricier end, this sewing machine costs $349. However, it’s definitely worth the extra cash with its array of 30 built-in sewing stitches and 2 digit LED screen for easier selection! What I love most about this is its start-stop button that will allow us to sew without a foot control and its highly precise thread tension!
4. Brother Jx2517
Aside from having an adorable floral design, this sewing machine boasts 17 built-in stitches, which includes an automatic 4-step buttonholer and 38 stitch functions! However, there’s more! It also has an automatic bobbin winding system, pattern selection dial and a maximum sewing speed of 900 stitches per minute! Imagine how quick you could finish your projects!
5. SINGER 4423
If 900 stitches per minute are not enough for you, this sewing machine boasts 1,100 stitches per minute! Living up to its name, Singer 4423 is a heavy duty machine. It has a fully automatic 1-step buttonhole and 23 built-in stitches which include 12 decorative stitches! Its stainless steel bed plate may look intimidating but it definitely provides a smooth surface for fabric to slide into. You’ll be finishing projects left and right with this one!
6. Brother XM2701
Versatile and perfect for a wide array of different type of projects, this sewing machine has 27 unique built-in stitches, including blind hem, zigzag and stretch stitches. It also has 6 quick change sewing feet – zipper, zigzag, buttonhole, narrow hemmer, blind stitch and button sewing feet! And no need to worry about lighting, this sewing machine also has a brightly lit LED work area!
7. Brother CS6000i
Another one of the heavy duty bunch, Brother CS6oooi has 60 built-in stitches and 7 styles of 1-step buttonholer! Unlike the others, its LED display is right above, letting you see it better and quicker during adjustments. It’s jam-resistant and has a quick-set top drop-in bobbin! Scared to lose your accessories? This sewing machine also has an accessory compartment on its arm!
8. Brother XR3774
Brother XR3744 is the least expensive Brother sewing machine but it definitely doesn’t mean it’s anything less! Aside from regular sewing, this sewing machine is also perfect for quilting projects. It boasts of 37 built-in stitches and 8 sewing feet! Choosing and switching stitches is easier with the patterns printer on its side and the easy to use knob!
9. Singer 1304
Perfect for beginners, Singer 1304 has the threading system instruction printed right on it. It has 6 built-in stitches and an automatic bobbin winding system. Its simple stitch selection will allow you to switch stitches with just one easy step!
10. Janome DC2013
The priciest one in this list, costing $479, Janome DC2013 may only appeal to a select few but here. This one’s an exclusive bonus bundle! Aside from the sewing machine that features 50 built-in stitches – including three buttonholes – and computerized direct stitch selection buttons, you’ll also get a tote, 2 packs of 10 Janome pins and 2 packs of size 14 needles, all for the price of just the sewing machine!
Do you want to see the Singer 1304 in action? Watch the video below!
I think my Christmas wish list just got a bit longer! From beginner friendly to the heavy duty machines – they’re all on this list! Which one do you think is most worthy of its price? Tell me in the comments below and enjoy shopping!
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I have never owned a brother or a Janine. I have 2 berninas and 7 singers including a featherweight and the sew handy. I live my singers. They were never the higher priced machines but I learned to sew on a 1952 model that I still own and I personally think Singer is the best.