Barudan embroidery machines offer high-quality stitching on a variety of garment materials. The company offers products for both home embroiderers as well as businesses needing durable and reliable embroidery machines.
Tajima machines range from small machines great for start ups up through ultra-high volume embroidery businesses. These powerful machines are perfect for embroidering shirts, jackets, hats, bags and other items — at high volume, and even simultaneously across machines.
Built with sewing needs in mind, some Husqvarna Viking embroidery machine models include a sensor system to aid with even feeding of fabric.
Kenmore offered this embroidery machine with 951 Stitch Functions.
Kenmore embroidery machines use the .SEW file type.
These versatile and agile machines let your bursts of creativity turn into beautiful embroidered projects.
Baby Lock machines are created with ease of use in mind to make creating your next embroidery project trouble-free and fun.
Whether you are a beginning embroiderer or a long-time hobbyist, Brother offers a diverse range of embroidery machines.
These oldy-but-goody machines are no longer produced, but are still used and loved by many embroidery crafters. They are all the same machine, with modified software between each manufacturer:
Janome offers both embroidery-only machines and multi-purpose sewing machines.