This Janome sewing machine has all the basics for successful sewing with 50 different stitches that include three styles of one-step buttonholes. The stitches are listed on the front of the machine, so initiating one is a simple matter of entering the corresponding stitch number on the LCD screen.
This sewing machine isn’t messing around. Its sturdy metal build makes you feel like it could sew through anything, and at up to 1,100 stitches per minute it can do so very quickly.
This Singer sewing machine can add pizzazz to any of your projects. There are 200 stitch patterns to choose from, so it’s going to be a long time before you get bored.
The Stylist 7258 gives you a lot for an affordable price. For one, you get to pick from 100 stitch patterns, which is so many options, we don’t realistically see anyone using them all.
This Janome sewing machine was favored by our reviewers for its easy sewing and cute pincushion add-on. Our reviewers critiqued the LCD screen for being a little too small and dim but raved about other features like the stop/start button, which means you don’t even have to use the foot pedal.
This Brother sewing machine can get you through whatever project you’re working on quickly and easily.
Editor’s Note: This product has been removed from our side-by-side comparison because it has been replaced by another product.
REVIEW Built for quality and durability, the Husqvarna Viking H Class E20 sewing machine serves as a great machine for beginners.
The benefit of digital scrapbooking software is it saves you time over traditional paper methods while still allowing for creativity. MyMemories Suite 9 is the best example of that balance among modern scrapbooking programs.
Editor’s Note: This product has been removed from our side-by-side comparison because it has been discontinued.