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Prices last checked: 20th February 2:32pm


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  • 4 star rating

    Singer Heavy Duty 4432

    4 star rating
    Mechanical , 32 Stitches
    £279 Free Delivery
  • 5 star rating

    Singer Confidence 7465

    5 star rating
    Computerized , 50 Stitches
    £219 (+ £3.00 P&P)
  • Jaguar 492 Sewing Machine

    With The Jaguar 492 Sewing Machine It Is So Easy To Get Creative. The Jaguar 492 Sewing Ma... more
    £199 (+ £3.00 P&P)
  • Singer Tradition 2250 Compact Sewing Machine - White

    Lightweight, compact and easy-to-use, the Singer 2250 is ideal for garment construction, m... more
    £129.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • 4.5 star rating

    Toyota ECO15CB

    4.5 star rating
    Mechanical , 15 Stitches
    £109 (+ £3.00 P&P)
  • Brother LS14 Metal Chassis Sewing Machine

    £69.99 Free Delivery
    Was £89.99
  • Janome Decor Excel 20 Sewing Machine

    Perfect for everyday crafting, this classic Janome Decor Excel 20 sewing machine boasts 15... more
    £169 Free Delivery
  • 5 star rating

    Brother RL425

    5 star rating
    Mechanical , 25 Stitches
    £129 (+ £3.00 P&P)
  • Janome DC6030 Sewing Machine

    Simple to use but packed full of features, the Janome DC6030 is perfect for novices to the... more
    £499 Free Delivery
  • 4.5 star rating

    Brother FS40

    4.5 star rating
    Electronic , 40 Stitches
    £199 (+ £3.00 P&P)
    Save up to £30*
  • Singer Simple 3210 Sewing Machine

    SINGER Simple 3210Easy pattern selection with variable stitch length, neat stitch length d... more
    £96.91 Free Delivery
  • Silver 12 Stitch Mini Sewing Machine, White

    Suitable for complete beginners, this mini sewing machine from Silver is a great starter m... more
    £49 (+ £3.50 P&P)
  • 4.5 star rating

    Singer Tradition 2250

    4.5 star rating
    Mechanical , 9 Stitches
    £99 (+ £3.00 P&P)
    Save up to £30*
  • Singer Simple 3221 Sewing Machine

    Specially created with beginners in mind, the Singer Simple 3221 makes Learning to sew fun... more
    £180 Free Delivery
  • Brother FS100 Sewing Machine with Wide Table

    Bursting with impressive features, the Brother FS-100 is a lightweight, portable sewing ma... more
    £399.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • Janome 5030

    Computerized Embroidery Machine, 30 Stitches
    £279 Free Delivery
  • Singer Model 1507 Sewing Machine

    £97.95 Free Delivery
    Was £109
  • Janome Memory Craft 4900 Quilter's Companion

    Electronic Coverlock Machine , 534 Stitches
    £799 Free Delivery
  • Singer Heavy Duty 4432 Sewing Machine

    With a 60% stronger integrated motor than standard sewing machines, the Singer Heavy Duty ... more
    £279 Free Delivery
  • 5 star rating

    Brother LS14

    5 star rating
    Mechanical , 14 Stitches
    £69.50 (+ £3.00 P&P)
    Save up to 13%*
  • Toyota Eco 34A

    Mechanical , 34 Stitches
    £149 (+ £3.00 P&P)
  • 5 star rating

    Brother Innov-is 20LE

    5 star rating
    Computerized , 40 Stitches
    £299 (+ £3.00 P&P)
  • Brother XR27NT

    Mechanical , 27 Stitches
    £179 (+ £3.00 P&P)
  • Novum Craft 590

    Electronic , 36 Stitches
    £259 (+ £3.00 P&P)
  • Jaguar Dqs 405 Sewing Machine

    The Jaguar Dqs 405 Is The Perfect Computerised Sewing Machine For All Levels Of Sewing, Pa... more
    £549 (+ £3.00 P&P)
  • Brother Innovis Nv55Fe Sewing Machine

    Now Is The Time To Get More Creative With Your Sewing And This Machine Is An Excellent Cho... more
    £439 (+ £3.00 P&P)
  • Brother XN1700

    Mechanical , 17 Stitches
    £119 Free Delivery
  • Janome 5050

    Computerized Embroidery Machine, 50 Stitches
    £299 Free Delivery
  • Janome Coverpro 2000CPX Coverstitch Hemmer Machine

    Suitable for those with intermediate skills, the Janome CoverPro 2000CPX coverstitch hemme... more
    £499 Free Delivery
  • Singer Starlet 6660 Computerised Sewing Machine

    60 stitch patterns with automatic setting of optimal width and length, displays stitch sel... more
    £279.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • Brother FS40 Sewing Machine with Extension Table - White

    Bursting with impressive features, the Brother FS-40 is a lightweight, portable sewing mac... more
    £229.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • Eastman Staples Tailor 22S Sewing Machine, Zebra Print

    Suitable for complete beginners, this printed sewing machine from Eastman Staples is perfe... more
    £199 Free Delivery
  • Brother FS70 Sewing Machine with Wide Table

    Bursting with impressive features, the Brother FS-70 is a lightweight, portable sewing mac... more
    £299.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • Singer Model One Sewing Machine - White

    Modern interpretation of classic Singer shape, loaded with many useful features. The Singe... more
    £349.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • Brother JK4000 Sewing Machine

    A full size metal chassis computerised sewing machine, featuring utility and decorative st... more
    £299 Free Delivery
  • Singer Tradition 2250NT Sewing Machine

    Suitable for all users, the Singer Tradition 2250NT sewing machine can handle all light to... more
    £129.99 Free Delivery
  • Janome Decor Excel 30 Sewing Machine

    This computerised sewing machine has lots of great features to make sewing easy and fun. I... more
    £339 Free Delivery
  • Janome Excel Decor 5024 Sewing Machine

    The solidly built Janome 5024 is suitable for sewing all types of fabrics and gives you a ... more
    £329 Free Delivery
  • Janome DC3050 Sewing Machine

    A great introduction to computerised sewing, the Janome DC3050 is an impressive first leve... more
    £349 Free Delivery
  • Janome Decor Excel 25 Sewing Machine

    The Janome Decor Excel 25 sewing machine features 24 stitches and 1-step automatic buttonh... more
    £229 Free Delivery
  • Toyota Oekaki Renaissance Sewing Machine, Black

    Suitable for beginners through to those with experience, the Oekaki Renaissance sewing mac... more
    £389 Free Delivery
  • Brother Innov-Is M230e Embroidery Machine, White

    Suitable for complete beginners, the Innov-Is M230e embroidery only machine is simple to u... more
    £849 Free Delivery

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Crowdstorm's sewing machine buyer's guide

Shopping online for a new sewing machine can be a daunting prospect, especially when faced with jargon such as ‘feed dog’, ‘knee lifter’ and ‘free arm’ (take a look at our jargon buster to find out what the heck they are!).

Here at Crowdstorm we love doing all the hard work for you, and that’s exactly what we’ve done; scouring the web we’ve brought you the best that money can buy, from cheap sewing machines for beginners to top of the range designer models for the aficionados amongst you. Whether it's a Brother or a Singer sewing machine you're after, you'll find the best deals here.

We do this by finding the most trusted UK sewing machine sellers, both high street and online, and put all their best deals and special offers in one place for you to compare. But before you start, if you're new to sewing machines (or just need a refresher) check out our guide below.

Types of sewing machine

Before you get into the smaller details, you need to make a basic decision on the type of sewing machines you're going to compare. These are the standard types available:

Mechanical: A mechanical sewing machine is a basic model that requires more work by the user as it has no foot pedal but a wheel that you control by hand. Mechanical models are rarer than other, modern sewing machines and those still in use are usually by companies such as Singer, making them quite a collector’s item.

These models are less powerful, with fewer features, and cheap mechanical sewing machines can often only work with lighter/thinner fabrics. As you’d expect from an earlier machine, the mechanical sewing machine is very basic and only allows you to do very simple sewing.

Electronic: Electronic sewing machines are the most common model on the market and contain a motor that controls the needle. The motor is controlled with a foot pedal allowing you to control the fabric and feed it through with both hands, or change dials.

Speed is controlled by pressing down on the foot pedal; the harder you press down the faster the machine will work.

You can vary the speed and stitch length and style of electronic sewing machines with dials and controls.

Electronic models are the perfect sewing machines for beginners and can vary in price and features.

Computerised: Computerised sewing machines are a step up from electronic models and are best suited to experienced and expert sewers who are looking for a more versatile model. 

Computerised models are advanced machines, using several separate motors to control different areas and functions. 

Computer chips control these machines and they have the correct tension, length and width programmed in for each stitch style. This clever machine can also memorise past projects and download programs when connected to the internet. To operate this sewing machine you need a touchscreen and computer.

Overlocking: Overlocker sewing machines are usually used to finish seams and hems and give a professional finish. They also have decorative stitching settings for something a little fancier.

Overlocker sewing machines work faster than standard machines and have additional attachments and features to make it the best option for finishing and neatening. And not only can it finish off seams and hems, it can cut off the excess fabric in the same way, saving you time and effort.

The downside to overlocker machines is that they’re less versatile than standard models. If you’d like the neat, professional finish given by an overlocker and the versatility of a standard machine you can always use them both alongside each other to get the best of both worlds.

Beginner versus expert sewing machines

Knowing which sewing machine to shop for can seem like a daunting task but a good place to start is by thinking about your level of sewing ability. An inexpensive, simple model with a few basic stitches may be the best sewing machine for beginners. 

For more advanced sewers a reliable machine with lots of features should be the best option. If you’re really after something top of the range, a computerised sewing machine is your best bet. Have a think about what you’ll be using your new sewing machine to do. This will affect the type of model you should be shopping for.

  • Dressmaking, alterations and home furnishings: Even a basic model will do the trick. You shouldn’t need to spend more than around £200 to get a cheap sewing machine, but look for machines with some simple stitching – straight and zig zag of differing length, and an automatic buttonhole. Look for models with several foot attachments for inserting a zip and buttonholes. If you’re likely to be working with delicate fabrics look for a plastic foot. A ‘free arm’ will help make working with sleeves and trouser legs easier. If you think you may advance in future to create more elaborate pieces look for a brand of sewing machine that you can buy extra parts and attachments for to save you having to buy a whole new model in the future.
  • Crafts and quilting: you’ll need a sewing machine with wider range of stitches and will have to spend a little extra to get a sufficient model. Why not try a computerised sewing machine or specialist embroidery model? If you’re likely to be using your machine frequently it’s worth splashing out for a top of the range model. Consider buying a machine with a memory card too to allow you to download further stitch programs.

Other sewing machine features to consider

Also take these things into consideration before you start to compare different models:

  • Weight: Will you be using the sewing machine in a designated area or does it need to be portable?
  • Extra features: Does your chosen model come with a a carry case, or the accessories you require?

Jargon buster

If you're new to sewing machines, here's a quick reference guide to some of the terms you may find listed when comparing sewing machines:

  • Spool: The plastic cylinder that holds the thread
  • Bobbin: The bobbin thread comes up from the bottom of the machine and is the thread you see on the underside of anything you’re sewing. The bobbin is the small spool itself that holds the thread within the machine.
  • Feed dog: The aptly named feed dog is situated under the needle and foot and looks like tiny little metal teeth that help feed the fabric through as you sew by gripping the underside of the material. Some feed dogs can be lowered so that they are not in use whilst you sew – useful for embroidery. 
  • Free arm: A cylinder on the bed of the sewing machine that allows you to sew things like pockets and sleeves.
  • Knee lifter: A knee lifter is a feature on some machines which allows you to life the foot without having to take your hands off your work. This is a great option for large or fiddly work. 

What now?

Hopefully we've armed you with the knowledge you need to continue on and purchase your perfect sewing machine - which thankfully is the easiest part!

If you are still unsure, be sure to click through on some deals and read the sewing machine reviews you'll find on retailer websites: they can be a great way to fine-tune your final choice, as they'll cone from customers just like yourself.

Once you've chosen, simply click through on the deal of your choice. This will take you directly to the correct page on your chosen store's website where you can complete your purchase. Remember, Crowdstorm isn't a shop itself - we simply offer you a place to compare all the best deals. 

And we don't charge any commission - these are the standard prices you'd finds at their websites regardless. We can do this because we make our money from advertising, not from you - so it's win-win! Good luck in your search!