Embroidery Machines

When it comes to embroidery machines, there’s one brand that stands out from the rest: Tajima. Since 1944, this Japanese company has been renowned as embroidery specialists with an astonishing 3,000 embroidery machine models sent to over 130 countries around the world. The Tajima range is so wide and versatile that there is bound to be an embroidery machine for you, whether you are a home operator, starting a new business or have an established business. And because Tajima is such a well-regarded company with an impeccable reputation to uphold,  they’re constantly investing in research and development, and bringing new innovations to the market. For all of these reasons, we’re proud to sell this world-leading brand as well as the complete range of embroidery accessories.

Can an embroidery machine do anything?

Embroidery machines add great beauty and detail to anything you sew. They add intricate design and the ability to personalise almost any type of fabric you wish, from clothes to quilts to knitted blankets and velvet cushions. Embroidery machines add a whole new dimension to creating fabric products whether at home as a hobby or on a manufacturing line. They do not do the work of a regular sewing machine, although their uses are vast and versatile.


How do I choose an embroidery machine?

There are different models for different uses but one thing is for sure, the quality of world-leading brand Tajima is impossible to ignore. That’s why we stock several of their embroidery machines at Sewingtime. Start by asking yourself which types of projects you plan to use a new machine on. What will you use it for? How many pieces or garments will you create per month? What is your budget? Answering these three key questions will help put you on the right track to carefully selecting your model. Once you have considered these, talk to the Sewingtime experts and we will be happy to provide advice for choosing the best embroidery machine for you.


Is a sewing machine and embroidery machine the same thing?

Whilst they appear similar, embroidery machines allow for embroidery stitching, whereas sewing machines allow for regular stitching. These are two very different techniques. It is true that some combination machines allow for both types of stitching but to truly excel in either, a dedicated and specialist machine is required. We stock both household and industrial sized machines from budget-friendly prices to top of the range machines that will not be beaten in quality. All of our machines are selected because they are high-calibre.