Quality Work at Reasonable Prices
We repair and service all manufactures of sewing, quilting and serger machines including Juki, Janome/NewHome, Singer, Brother, White, Pfaff, Bernina, Viking, Elna, Babyloc, Necchi, Sears-Kenmore, etc. Servicing of computerized machines and embroidery machines can be serviced depending on their condition. We hope to be your choice for sewing supplies and repairs.
Products – Sewing Supplies and Repairs
Juki Brand Sewing, Quilting and Serger Machines @ www.jukihome.com All machines purchased from us come with free lessons and free tune-up within the first year. These machines are fantastic and easy to use. We encourage you to bring a project with you to try on our machines. You’ll find the machines are wonderful and you’ll love them like we do. We test all machines prior to customers trying them out and insist on lessons after purchasing the machine. So give us a call for an appointment and test drive our machines. We love them and we are sure you will too.
Sew Steady Tables @ www.sewsteady.com Custom order for your machines from us. These are clear acrylic tables available in 18×24 and 24×24 to fit your sewing machines. They also have serger sizes as well. They come with a preprinted ruler on the table for easy measurements and in various styles. Custom inserts for cabinet, carrying case and additional products are available for additional costs. Check out their website for more details.
Fil-tec Threads- Recently listed in Quilters Newsletter Magazine Issue August/September 2013 / N0. 435 Article Part 1 of 2 “Selecting The Right Thread” by Lori Baker, Pages 38 thru 41, as being one of the 35-40wt. polyester “GLIDE” thread as performed best. We have all colors of the Glide in the 1000m and some in the 5000m. These threads are wonderful to work with and we continue to add other types to our collection as well. We carry the pre filled bobbins listed as bobbin central. Try out these threads with our machine or yours!
Gidget II Sewing Table- – This table replicates our most popular small table but with a larger opening to accommodate bigger machines, plus it has wheels for easy portability when folded up. Custom inserts can be ordered for this table at an additional cost. These tables offers free arm and flatbed sewing for larger machines on the market. More details:
Cabinet Table Dimensions: 40″ wide x 19-3/4″ deep x 28-1/4″ high
This cabinet will accommodate sewing machines no larger than: 23-1/2″ wide by 12-1/2″ deep
Platform is adjustable; up to 4-1/2″ deep
Either free arm or flatbed sewing for larger machines
Steel locking legs provide a sturdy base
Folds up for easy storage
Melamine surface is resistant to scratches
Clean white in color
Will support up to a 45 lb. machine
Arrives fully assembled in 1 box weighing 37 lbs.
Shipping restrictions apply
*This item cannot ship via Express Delivery (Next/2nd Day Air), nor can it ship outside the contiguous USA. This may be due to its size, weight or content such as aerosol, flammable, combustible products, with the latter having strict shipping regulations attached.
Maxi-Lock Thread for Sergers – We offer Schmetz machine needles in various sizes and types. We have a large selection of needles to choose from for mending to high speed quilting or embroidery. We highly recommend and insert new needles on all repairs or tune-ups
We also carry bobbins for all machines, various types of pins, accessory feet for various machine and Juki brand accessories, tools, cutters, blades for rotary cutters and stabilizers. If we don’t have something you are trying to locate, we can order it for you and if enough requests come in, we could start carrying that item.
We are certified Juki dealers offering all sewing supplies and repairs in our home unless under Juki warranty. In some cases, the manufacturer requires us to ship the machine back to Juki for repairs. We are also equipped with loaner machines. We specialize in older machines including embroidery and treadles machines. All services are estimated at no charge to you. If the repair cannot be complete after the work is started due to more underlying problems, there may be a small fee. The customer will be called with the new estimate prior to proceeding with the repairs.
The service of machines can range from simple tension adjustments to complete tune-ups. The tuning up process comprises of internal moving parts, gear replacements, tension rebuilt, or work that cannot be completed in 10 minutes. All repairs are tested prior to calling customer for sewing and tension stitch. Quality is adjusted to meet manufacturer standards.
Education Lecture Programs
Together, Dan and Janet collaborated on two programs being offered for instruction at the Lodi Valley Quilt Academy, Quilt Guilds, Quilt Shows, Quilt Shops, Retreats, and private instructions. You will get handouts for both programs when attending the lecture. Ask your local Guild, Quilt Shop or Sewing Group to contact us regarding fees.
In our “101 Sewing Machine Maintenance” program, we educate people on the basics of sewing and quilting machines which is normally not told by any technician. This piece of information will be helpful for all sewing machine owners. A lot of ground will be covered in an hour long lecture. You will find many pictures and tools in the handout which are actually available for sale in our store. With this program, you can grab the amazing tool kit which costs only $25.00. In this program, you will learn about various types of bobbins, hooks, oiling, removing burrs and list plus dozens of other important things. By taking up this course, you will be able to keep your machine in tip top shape all the time.
In our “Burning the Midnight Oil,” you’ll learn various tips and tricks for many problems especially when working into the late hours of the night. This is not something which technicians will teach you. It will prove to be a cost saving guide and should be kept by the side of your sewing machine. Common problems will be discussed which can pop-up immediately, like skipping stitches, thread keeps breaking, fabric not feeding, looping on top, looping on bottom and so forth. When you leave this class, you will be more knowledgeable. You will be allowed to ask questions during the lecture so be sure to bring a pen and paper to write down your questions. After the class, you will be able to diagnose the problem, find the reason and a solution for it.
We can’t express how important it is to take care of your sewing machine. Your machine should be serviced every 6 months to a year depending on the usage. Even if you haven’t used your machine for a while, the oil should be refilled or changed. When you purchase a machine from a dealer, ask about the warranty. Juki requires an annual tune up to keep your warranty valid. A tune up should include intensive cleaning which requires a certified technician with training and the proper tools. Make sure to only purchase sewing, embroidery, quilting and serger machines through reputable dealers. If you plan to purchase online then you should know that there would be no lessons included with the machine. The service and warranty needs to be done by them, costing you shipping, otherwise you’ll be paying someone to work on it locally. This is how many manufactures work with their dealerships.
Call us at 608-408-7387 for any questions on our sewing supplies and repairs.