Come in and give the Baby Lock line of sewing machines a try. Here is a sample of Baby Lock machines. To see more, go to the Baby Lock website. When you take a class you can ask to use one of our demo models for your class so you can really give it a work out!
Baby Lock offers a wide range of sewing machines. Most feet are interchangeable between most Baby Lock machines.
This is a well built electronic machine with 50 stitches. It is a great machine to carry to class. It is a good starter machine.
Katherine is a good place to start for quilting. The throat space is bigger than Rachel. It also comes with some quilting feet.
Same size as Katherine but with more features. For quilters and apliqué enthusiasts the "Advanced Pivoting" feature is nice. Oh, and 300 stitches!
When you want the best sewing machine you can buy, but don't want to embroider, this is it. The best sewing-only machine there is.
If you would like to do some machine embroidery as well as sewing, these machines add computerized embroidary as well as great sewing capabilities.
This is a great starter machine if you want to try out embroidery. Up to 5" x 7" (130mm x 180mm) embroidery area.
More room for bigger hoops. Up to 6-1/4" x 10-1/4" (160mm x 260mm) embroidery area.
The ultimate sewing machine (all the features of the Cresendo) with embroidery! Up to 7" x 12" (180mm x 300mm) embroidery area.
This is it! This is the state of the art for embroidery. You won't believe how handy the built in camera is for placing your embroidery on your item. And you can scan artwork right on the machine and then stitch it out - without a computer! Up to 9.5" x 14" (240mm x 360mm) embroidery area and positioning stickers so you can move the fabric and align the embroidery perfectly.
Dedicated quilting machines for whatever style of quilting you would like.
With this 16" long arm you can sit and move the quilt rather than the machine. Great for free motion. You can also use rulers and templates to quilt fixed patterns. It is available with the standard table or a deluxe Koala table. With the standard table it only takes about a square metre of floor space.
This is a brand new 16" long arm quilting machine. A bit smaller than the big ones with a much smaller frame. The quilt clamps to the frame so it is easy to move around to do large quilts.
This is a professional 18" long arm machine. You will need quite a bit of space for this. It is available with a 10 or 12 foot frame. There is an optional frame with an automatic motorized take-up roll so you don't lose throat space as you roll up the quilt.
Maybe you want a machine that can do something special. Look no further!
Straight stitch, semi-industrial machine. This will take on the tough jobs and just hum along. Special feed dogs have pins that can be activated to feed silky materials with ease.
One of a kind machine that does a stitch that looks like hand quilting. You have to see it to believe it. This is a one trick pony, but what a trick!
This machine has many of the Baby Lock serger features but does a cover stitch only with 1, 2, or 3 needles.
Baby Lock is famous for inventing the home serging machine. In fact, that is where the name came from since is is a small lock-stitch machine! Since then they have not sat ideally, though. Advances like no-tension machines, and jet-air threading. These are the most advance sergers for home sewists.
This serger introduces "Automatic Thread Delivery System", which is a Baby Lock exclusive. No tension to adjust, the machine measures the right amount of thread to deliver for the selected stitch regardless of the fabric being serged.
Add a wave stitch and push button looper threading. Life just got better!
2 to 8 threads. Larger 5" throat space and stadium lighting. A knee lift. This is the serger of sergers!