After kids and adults sew at Sew Studio, they often go home and want a sewing machine of their own! We are so happy we are inspiring creativity and fostering a love for the art of sewing.
Below is some information to help you set up a sewing room of your own.
This is the machine that we use at Sew Studio.
If you are looking to buy a new machine, here is a list of features we feel are good for kids and beginners:
1) Presser Foot Sensor
If you forget to lower your presser foot before you sew, it will beep and will not sew until you lower it. This is great because sewing without your presser foot down can cause jams in your machine.
2) Drop in Bobbin
Easier to insert your bobbin than the traditional bobbin case. You can also see if your bobbin thread is low before you start to sew.
3) Needle Up, Needle Down Button
It can be difficult to remember which way to turn the hand wheel to move the needle up or down. This button eliminates the need to turn the hand wheel.
4) Needle Position
This machine always finishes the stitch it is sewing so the needle ends in the fabric. This helps with holding your place when you take your foot off of the pedal and also helps with turning corners.
5) Speed Control Slide
The slow speed is helpful for very beginners, the middle is appropriate for all levels, the fast is great for comfortable sewers.
6) Reverse Button
The reverse stitch is important and it is very easy with this button. It eliminates the need to hold a lever and press the pedal at the same time.
Everyone loves our robotic iron!
Here it is if anyone is interested.
Sewing Accessory Ideas
-Thread snipping Scissors
-Pins and/or Sewing Clips
-Pin Cushion or Magnet
-Fun Fabrics (fat quarters are quick and easy to pick up and are great for crafts!)
-Rotary Mat and Rotary Cutter
-Thread (Coats & Clark or Dual Duty)
-Extra universal machine needles
-Hand sewing needles
-Seam Ripper (mistakes happen!)
Once you purchase your new machine, contact us to set up a