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Sewing machines we use

Sewing machines

We use different type of sewing machines to make your cloths look fantastic. We work with a blind hemmer, a cover pro, a serger, regular sewing machines, industrial sewing machines and embroidering machine.

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Blind hemmer Tony CM500

Is used to catch only a few threads of the fabric each time the needle is pulled through the fabric, which means that the majority of the stitching is hidden inside the hem. For example : dress pants, dresses or skirts.

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Husqvarna Vicking Emerald 118

Is ideal for all types of sewing ; from beautiful dresses to curtains that duplicate those seen in a magazine. It as 70 stitch functions, decorative and stretch stitches as well as a one-step buttonhole. The stitch length and width can also be ajusted.

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Janome CoverPro 2000CPX

It has the dual function of covering raw edges of a fabric and also retaining fabric stretchability. This is especially handy for people who like to make clothes from knit fabrics or require seams that retain stretch – think active wear,  children’s clothing, bottom of t-shirts, sleeves, pants or necklines.

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Industrial, Juki ddl-8500

For sewing light to medium heavy weight fabrics including clothing, caps, leather articles, bags and more. Also for attaching lace, elastic band, bottom hemming, edge stitching, butted seaming, applique and similar operations

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Serger Husqvarna Vicking

Uses three or more thread sources, sew material, but also cuts it. It performs quicker then regular sewing machines and it only sew along the left side of the needles.

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Accord Embroidery and sewing machine - Babylock

Offers 250 Built-in stitches, some for every projects. Emboider any of the 141 built-in designs in Accord's library ; any of the 13 fonts too. Can transfer (USB) embroidery design to the machine.

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