12 What Is The Best Industrial Sewing Machine

Updated on: May 2021

What Is The Best Industrial Sewing Machine in 2021


Cutex (TM) Brand Speed Reducer (3-Pulley) for Industrial Sewing Machines

Cutex (TM) Brand Speed Reducer (3-Pulley) for Industrial Sewing Machines
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2021

Eversewn - Sparrow 25 -197 Stitch Computerized Sewing Machine Plus Eversewn Bobbins & 6 piece Accessory Foot Kit

Eversewn - Sparrow 25 -197 Stitch Computerized Sewing Machine Plus Eversewn Bobbins & 6 piece Accessory Foot Kit
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2021
  • Sparrow 25 -197 stitch computerized sewing machine with alphabet
  • Includes 10 pack of Eversewn Bobbins
  • Includes 6 piece Eversewn Accessory Quilting Foot Kit
  • This Sparrow 25 bundle has what you need to get started on your next project.

Bernette B 44 Overlock Machine

Bernette B 44 Overlock Machine
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2021
  • Wide coverstitches 3 to 7 mm
  • Stitch/feed adjustable 0.6–2.0
  • Speed 1300 stitches/minute

CKPSMS Brand - Industrial Sewing Machine Grip Snip Thread Cutter #GS1 (2 PCS)

CKPSMS Brand - Industrial Sewing Machine Grip Snip Thread Cutter #GS1 (2 PCS)
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2021
  • Grip Snip Thread Cutter With Concealed Knife.
  • No matter what the operator is sewing (dresses, collars, pockets, shirts, shorts, etc.), this device will catch and cut the thread and hold it for the next operation. Simply attach it to the presser foot bar with same screw that holds presser foot. It will not interfere with normal sewing; but can be used when needed. Spring holds thread, preventing the needle from becoming unthreaded. Sharp blade mounted above spring cuts thread instantly.
  • Eliminates : Needle rethreading, picking up scissors to cut thread, and bunching of thread at next operation. Cuts down on thread waste, breakage of needles and labor costs.

Juki Pearl Line MO-654DE 2/3/4 Thread Overlock Serger with Bonus Items Includes: Juki Electronic Workbook CD and Juki Instructional DVD Video

Juki Pearl Line MO-654DE 2/3/4 Thread Overlock Serger with Bonus Items Includes: Juki Electronic Workbook CD and Juki Instructional DVD Video
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2021
  • The Pearl line sergers are ideal for use with today's latest fabrics as well as decorative threads
  • Color-Coded Threading Guides: Threading the MO-654DE is a breeze. The thread paths are color-coded and clearly marked.
  • BONUS ITEM! Juki Serger Electronic Workbook CD: This workbook is a great resource - no matter what type of serger you own. It's filled with useful information, from basic overlock terminology to fun projects to create. Select and view a specific techniques or instructions with a click of the mouse. You can also print the entire workbook or individual techniques or subject areas. Just place the CD into your computer's disk drive to get started.
  • BONUS ITEM! Juki Serger Instructional DVD Video: This Instructional DVD Video is perfect for users of Juki Series Sergers. It contains useful tips, hints, and explanations to make even complicated serger ideas and projects a breeze.
  • Easy Tension Adjustment: 1-Rotation Thread Tension Dials with normal tensions highlighted for simple, consistent tension adjustment. Specially designed guides keep thread in place and ensure proper sewing tension at any speed.

Euro-Notions 1712Jean & Denim Machine Needles-Size 16/100 5/Pkg

Euro-Notions 1712Jean & Denim Machine Needles-Size 16/100 5/Pkg
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2021
  • 1712
  • 36346317120
  • Brand New Item
  • Unopened Product

Consew C10NS Heavy Duty Single Needle Chainstitch Portable Bag Closer/Closing Sewing Machine

Consew C10NS Heavy Duty Single Needle Chainstitch Portable Bag Closer/Closing Sewing Machine
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2021
  • bag closer machine
  • 110 volt
  • single needle

CHARMINER Hand Sewing Machine, Mini Hand-held Cordless Portable Sewing Machine Quick Repairing Suitable for Denim Curtains Leather DIY 18 PCS

CHARMINER Hand Sewing Machine, Mini Hand-held Cordless Portable Sewing Machine Quick Repairing Suitable for Denim Curtains Leather DIY 18 PCS
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2021
  • ★【Lightweight and Portable】 The sewing machine is lightweight and easy to carry, which is very suitable for on-site maintenance and emergency sewing during home or travel. Compared to traditional desktops, it is easy to use and transport (7 x 21 x 5 cm and 230 grams) and is for fast, easy and cheap maintenance. An great gift for mothers, girls, teens, friends and family.
  • ★【Applicable to Almost Any Material】 Suitable for fabrics, clothing, silk, wool, hem, curtains, perforations, etc., suitable for almost all fabrics with a thickness of ≤1.8 mm. What's more, you can sew without taking off your clothes! Note: The correct sewing thickness must not exceed 1.8 mm.
  • ★【More User-friendly Design】The manual sewing machine is equipped with 4 thread set points, which can be easily disassembled just by sewing with a button and an adjustable mounting plate. Manual sewing machine consists of manual, long rod, tapping, two sewing needles, nine spools, tape, scissors and so on.
  • ★【Easy to Use】This product is powered by 4 AA batteries or 6V power supply (both are not included), you can quickly connect it to a flat edge with the touch of a button. Note: Since this is a monofilament sewing machine, you must tie it yourself, otherwise the power cord will fall slightly.
  • ★【100% Satisfaction Guarantee】 If you are not satisfied with our products or have any questions within 12 months, please feel free to email us and we will be happy to help you. If necessary, our pictures and detailed information can be searched on Youtube for a video of the sewing machine running. The holiday is coming soon, and you can give it to your loved ones.

4 Pieces Sewing Machine Bobbin Case Stainless Steel Bobbin Case for Front Loading 15 Class Machines

4 Pieces Sewing Machine Bobbin Case Stainless Steel Bobbin Case for Front Loading 15 Class Machines
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2021
  • What you get: the package includes 4 pieces sewing machine bobbin case, you can change and replace according to your own interest, or share with others
  • Application: the bobbin case is always applied as a replacement part for sewing machines with front-loading bobbin systems, it can also be applied as a spare case
  • Function: bobbins can stop spinning more quickly, effectively preventing unraveling or tangling of bobbin thread when sewing operations stop and start
  • Size: each bobbin case measures about 22.75 mm in diameter, can use for most sewing machine, such as apply for Babylock, Bernina, Brother, Elna, Janome, Kenmore, Singer and more
  • Material: the bobbin case is made of stainless steel, that is durable and very practical, can serve for long time usage

Coats Outdoor Living Thread, 200-Yard, Steel

Coats Outdoor Living Thread, 200-Yard, Steel
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2021
  • This high quality thread is ideal for all outdoor projects This package contains one 200-Yard/182m roll of polyester thread
  • Comes in a variety of colors
  • Each sold separately

Industrial Sewing Machine Grip Snip Thread Cutter with Concealed Knife

Industrial Sewing Machine Grip Snip Thread Cutter with Concealed Knife
BESTSELLER NO. 11 in 2021
  • No matter what the operator is sewing (dresses, collars, pockets, shirts, shorts, etc.), this device will catch and cut the thread and hold it for the next operation.
  • Simply attach it to the presser foot bar with same screw that holds presser foot. It will not interfere with normal sewing; but can be used when needed.
  • Spring holds thread, preventing the needle from becoming unthreaded. Sharp blade mounted above spring cuts thread instantly.
  • Eliminates : Needle rethreading, picking up scissors to cut thread, and bunching of thread at next operation. Cuts down on thread waste, breakage of needles and labor costs.

SINGER 4790 Universal Regular Point Sewing Machine Needle, Assorted Sizes, 10-Count

SINGER 4790 Universal Regular Point Sewing Machine Needle, Assorted Sizes, 10-Count
BESTSELLER NO. 12 in 2021
  • Set of 10 regular point machine needles in assorted sizes
  • All-purpose needles designed to be used for basic stitching projects on woven fabrics
  • Orange size 80/11 is for lightweight fabrics, blue size 90/14 is for medium weight fabrics and purple size 100/16 is for heavyweight fabrics
  • Compatible with all quality sewing machines, including SINGER, Brother, and Kenmore brands
  • Come in convenient plastic case with sizing markers for each needle

Make a New Table from a Metal Frame

Old world craftsmanship should never be destroyed. See how to repurpose a cast iron sewing machine stand into a tiled table. It cost less than $30 in materials and made a great gift.

Of course, it never went out of style. Scouring antique shops, I find a plethora of old cabinets made of old dressers that have shelving units built on top of them. New use for an old item.

Sometimes the best way to lead someone through a craft or project is to tell them about one I've done as I worked on it. This is one of those projects.

One item I truly had fun with was an old cast iron sewing machine frame. I can't understand why it was tossed out. I found it beside the road, rusted and worn. Still, the beauty of the iron, the decorations of flowers and leaves, and its intricate curves was irresistible. Into the back of the truck it went. It didn't matter if the wheel or treadle moved at all.

Once I got my treasure home, I began cleaning. First with soap and water, then with a wire brush. The process of cleaning and restoring cast iron is the same for an iron fence. It takes hard work, sometimes weeks, as in this case. To get the wheel moving, I used a lot of WD-40. I would spray the axle, wait a couple of hours, and gently tap with my hand or small block of wood to get the wheel to move. Eventually, it did and thankfully, the axle didn't break- it wasn't rusted through.

By the time the iron was cleaned up, I had my idea. I measured the frame- 20" wide, 14.5" wide, and 27" high. Perfect for a table. I measured my Grandmother's antique Minnesota treadle sewing machine. The measurements were different, but not by much. The tabletop measured 18 inches wide by 34 inches long. My decision was made.

I cut a piece of cardboard twenty inches wide and 36 inches long. Placing it on the frame convinced me my idea was too big. I cut the cardboard to match my Grandmother's tabletop dimensions and tried again. It seemed small. Taping an inch of cardboard to the dimensions came out looking right.

Using half-inch thick furniture grade plywood, I cut my tabletop 19 inches wide and 35 inches long. I placed the good side of the plywood on cardboard and turned the iron stand upside down. Using the tape measure, I centered the stand and attached it to the plywood with #10 wood screws and washers, ¾' long. The screws did not come through the top of the wood.

Turning everything right side up, I measured and cut wood trim to cover the sides of the plywood. Wood glue and finishing nails would hold it in place. Cutting the miters for the corners was easy with a miter box. My trim was ¾" wide. I know the tabletop was only half an inch. Read on and you'll see what I had in mind.

I decided the treadle plate would be better off not moving. After much deliberation, I used plain white glue and painted wood sticks to jam the wheel. If someone later wanted to restore this stand to its former use as a sewing machine, the wood could be removed.

At a garage sale, I found a box of hand-painted three-inch wide square tiles- perfect for my table. A three-dollar offer and the box of over two dozen tiles was mine. Apparently, they looked good in the store, but once in the owner's kitchen, not so much.

Grout and mastic (tile cement) is inexpensive at all DIY stores. Purchase plain white, or choose from different colors. Grout dyes are available, just ask the salesperson if the grout you're choosing can be dyed or not.

It didn't take long to arrange the tiles on the tabletop. They fit perfectly inside the trim. For the space around the square tiles, I used a tile cutter to cut edges from extra tiles to frame the inside.

I removed all the tiles and set them in order on a worktable. This would allow me to place the pieces in the grout quickly and accurately.

A coating of pre-mixed mastic with a spreader and the tiles were set in place. The work didn't stop there- the next day grout needed to be applied between the tiles to fill in the spaces. Even tiles placed next to each other need this step. Once the entire top was coated with grout, a wet tile sponge was used to remove the excess. This step tends to be tedious, but necessary.

After a couple days of allowing the tabletop to dry, I was ready with the next step. Using a small paintbrush, I applied primer and paint to the trim and the bottom of the table. Yes, this step could have been done in the beginning, but sometimes hindsight looks better when you're almost finished. I had spent less than $30 on my project.

Once the paint dried, a quick application of grout sealer and my new table was spectacular. I was kicking around an idea of adding small wire baskets under the tabletop, or perhaps small drawers for utility, when a friend stopped by and gushed over how pretty it looked, and (you guessed it) how perfect it would be in her kitchen.

I left the table alone, and on her birthday, I delivered her new present. She screamed with delight. It now houses her laptop computer. Her husband, a skilled handyman, fashioned drawers using the extra tiles as drawer fronts. Attached under the tabletop, they look perfectly normal. And, the treadle is a perfect place for her to rest her feet while she's working. Her husband removed the wood shims and readjusted the treadle so her feet rest at a comfortable angle.

Materials I used:

• One old cast iron sewing machine frame

• Half-inch furniture grade plywood

• Wood trim, available at DIY and craft stores

• Wood glue and clamps

• Finishing nails

• Hammer

• Saw

• Miter box

• Table saw

• Measuring tape

• Steel wool

• Soap and water

• Wire Brushes

• Metal primer and paint

• Stain

• Grout, spreader and sponge

• Tiles

• Cardboard

• Metal epoxy

• Popsicle sticks and plain white glue

• Wood paint and small brushes

• Tile cutter and sanding block

• Grout sealer

When I browse antique and "junque" shops, I always spend a few minutes looking at cast and wrought iron pieces. Even modern discarded metal frames can have new use if one uses their imagination. Perhaps not a wooden tabletop, sometimes I use Plexiglas, Lexan or glass. Aquarium glass sheets from yard sales, or stained glass sandwiched between sheets of Lexan are only a couple of ideas on my "new table" list.

Would a small metal piece or two be perfect as a new knick-knack shelf frame? The possibilities are endless.

Best of all, these projects make wonderful one-of-a-kind gifts that can't be found or duplicated in the stores.

Isn't that the definition of "Repurposing?"

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