What To Look For When You’re Upgrading Your Sewing Machine

Time required: 2 hours

When faced with all the options available, picking out a new sewing machine can seem like a daunting task. Denise Wild is here with a few helpful tips that’ll take the guesswork out of buying the perfect sewing machine for your needs. In this video she explains the different features and functions found in entry level, advanced and top-of-the-line models. Whether you need a machine only a few times a year for basic mending and sewing, or plan on using it much more often for highly detailed sewing, embroidery and quilting projects, she’s got the info to help you buy your ideal machine. Watch the video now. >>>

Denise Wild
About Denise Wild
Sewing, crafting and DIY expert, Denise Wild combines her enthusiasm and expertise to create easy-to-follow tutorials for simple, stylish projects that showcase valuable tips and tricks. Founder of LoveSewing magazine, Denise is also a brand spokesperson, TV host, author and magazine editor. Get inspired to create your very own projects with personalized style. Learn more about Denise at denisewild.com or follow her on Facebook at @medenisewild.

You Might Also Like

Interfacing is a type of fabric that’s used to give body or stability to a garment, craft project or accessory. It’s an additional layer that’s hidden inside your project, attached to the fabric, facing or lining that can be the full size of your pattern piece or only a portion of it.
learn more >>
This simple roll-up case — fit for makeup brushes, pencils and markers, knitting tools, and so much more — was Brother’s make-and-take project at the fall Creativ Festival in Toronto this year.
learn more >>
If you’ve ever worked with felt, you know it can be finicky—like the flowers that droop no matter how much love you give them.
learn more >>