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Baby Lock understands that every sewing enthusiast is different. Whether you prefer to sew garments or home decor items, you'll find a Baby Lock machine to help your creativity shine. Both the budget-conscious sewist and one looking to splurge on the latest technology will find what they need in a Baby Lock machine.
Bravo connects creative hobbyists and entrepreneurs with equipment, software, ideas and people that share your passion. Bravo machines are compatible with home and commercial file formats. Start with one Bravo machine, and add up to three more heads for a high production 4-head setup.
With a dedication to product quality and excellent customer service, Brother International Corporation is committed to an At Your Side philosophy with its customers, business partners and colleagues. Established in 1954, Brother International Corporation is a premier provider of home, home office, and business products. Brother revolutionizes the way we live and work.
The Grace Company is built on a foundation of innovation and invention in the timeless tradition of quilting. New and exciting ideas are consistently generated by Grace engineers. Experiments in new product design are evaluated, always reaching new heights in excellence and quality. Each Grace product is carefully developed from concept to market using state-of-the-art software, in-house rapid prototyping, and cost efficient sourcing and manufacturing.
Handi Quilter is the leader in the quilting industry. In 2010, Handi Quilter became the only longarm quilting machine company to achieve worldwide safety and electrical certificates for our quilting machines and systems. A dedicated Handi Quilter engineering team works with quilters when creating new and innovative products.
Happy embroidery machines offer a large sewing area, flexible layout, and quality output. This opens up a world of opportunity for any Happy embroiderer. Durable construction helps ensure years of Happy sewing.
Hinterberg Design has been manufacturing quality wood quilting frames since 1980. From its humble beginnings in an unheated abandoned railroad wash house, Hinterberg Design is located today in a modern 30,000 square foot factory in West Bend, Wisconsin. Still a family run business, Hinterberg provides personal service and high quality products.
Like all projects big and small, the need for change inspired Husqvarna Viking. In 1869 a royal arms factory was born in Huskvarna, Sweden. In 1872, facing declining demand for firearms, the artisans of the Husqvarna Viking factory were inspired to make a more peaceful product: sewing machines. Today, Husqvarna Viking is a worldwide organization that still designs high-quality sewing machines in Sweden and markets to passionate sewists all across the globe.
Juki began their original home sewing machine business in 1945. The first Juki home machines were manufactured in 1947 and were marketed in Japan and other countries around the globe. Jukiís revolutionary advancements in home technology include the development of the first rotary needle thread take-up system in l954, the first automatic thread trimmer and auto needle threader in l978, and the first auto thread tension system in 1985.
Nolting Quilting Machines is the originator of the longarm quilting machine. Nolting offers new longarm quilting machines for professional quilters and quilters who quilt as a hobby.
For over 150 years, PFAFF has developed premium sewing machines distinguished by their sophisticated appearance, superior performance and exhibiting ultimate design freedom. Pfaff product development is driven by insight, not just demand. And as a result, Pfaff products embody the innovative technology and best-in-class craftsmanship required by todayís most passionate creators -- required by those who wish to stand out in a crowd.
Ricoma International Corporation is one of the world's leading manufacturers of commercial and household embroidery machines. Ricoma machines are backed by one of the industry's best warranties, supported and serviced by the manufacturer to assure complete satisfaction. Ricoma strives relentlessly to incorporate the latest features and technology into products.
Sewing With Nancy
For more than three decades, sewing, quilting, and embroidery enthusiasts have trusted Nancy's Notions for the best in sewing, quilting, and embroidery supplies, patterns, fabric, designs and more.
Simplicity Creative Group is dedicated to encouraging and supporting your creativity with high quality, fun to use products, projects and services. The Simplicity mission is to be one of the world's leading creators of products that facilitate individual expression and promote personalized creativity.
Since 1851, the name Singer has been synonymous with sewing. The Singer spirit of practical design and creative innovation continues today with a product line designed for every level of sewing. Singer has celebrated many firsts, including the world's first zig-zag machine, the first electronic machines and now the world's most advanced home sewing and embroidery machines.
Since its foundation in 1944, Tajima has provided over 3,000 embroidery machine models to customers in over 100 countries around the world. The Tajima company strictly adheres to a philosophy "to use our inventiveness to attain our unattained goals and to keep providing world-class products along with world class service."
The Tin Lizzie vision for an affordable, quality long arm quilting machine that would appeal to both hobby quilters at home and professional quilters alike became a reality in 2005. TinLizzie18 went into production, changing the quilting industry for better and for always. Today Tin Lizzie quality products can be found in homes and businesses all over the world. Tin Lizzie offers a machine for each stage of your quilting journey.
Since 1940, Jiffy has evolved into the world's oldest and largest steam technology manufacturer, inventing the Jiffy steamer and the steaming process. World-renowned in more than 53 foreign markets, the dozens of Jiffy models can be found almost everywhere -- from the commercial clothing trade, to residential markets and in various specialty industries.
In 1979 the founders of Wilcom shared a vision for automating the embroidery industry that has changed the way people create and produce embroidered goods. Wilcom continues to enhance creativity in personalized expressions, by globally implementing best-of-breed solutions for textile impressions.