Juki home sewing machine will allow you to create beautiful creations only limited by your imagination. In our view sewing is a life skill; it is not only therapeutic but a creative occupation that will add value to any family’s life. The simplicity of our machine designs and tutorials provided with each machine will allow you to begin sewing immediately no matter your experience level. Whether it is quilting or sewing; repairing or creating something original; a Juki machine will allow you to realise your vision.
Juki have been in the sewing business for over 80 years!
“Hello, I’m Janet, I am an enthusiastic home sewer, I was a quarter finalist in series 5 of The Great British Sewing Bee and that experience really extended my sewing knowledge and experience. I love sharing what I know and am constantly learning new things. I sew for myself and my family, and really enjoy making well finished things that fit properly.
I use a Juki DX7 sewing machine, it is a workhorse with bells on. Lots of good utility stitches and a great buttonhole system, plenty embroidery and alphabet options and a great selection of feet. It handles everything I have tried, with ease. I also have a Juki MO654DE overlocker and a Juki MCS1500 coverstitch which require very little adjustment, and simply do what I ask of them, without fuss or fiddling. I can’t ask any more.“
“Having worked in the industry now for almost 7 years, I have been lucky enough to use so many different brands of machine. So when I set up my own business, I knew exactly which brand I wanted for myself and to stock. It had to be Juki.
The build quality is 2nd to none, from the entry-level machines all the way up to the top of the range, there is no compromise on quality.
To add on to that the incredible customer service that Juki offer, there simply was no other choice for me and I am so thrilled with my decision to back Juki all the way!!!“
Mercedes lives with her husband and two cats just outside Brighton and was a contestant on Series 5 of The Great British Sewing Bee. She says “having a trio of machines, the NX7, MO-654DE and MCS-1800 it is the quality of the machines along with the quality of the stitching that I love. Whether I am sewing silk chiffon or using upholstery fabric to make a coat, I know I can rely on my Jukis to produce a garment I am proud of, both inside and out.“
Jen was a semi-finalist on The Great British Sewing Bee Series 5, has been sewing and knitting for longer than she can remember and is generally addicted to textile crafts. She says “I have a Juki NX7 and love: the buttonhole clamp and options for different widths of buttonholes; being able to swap to the straight stitch plate AND feed dog in less than 60 seconds; the built-in walking foot; the clever box feed system which makes for smoother sewing; the extra foot pedal which I can program for different functions; the intuitive control panel; the super-wide working space… I could go on. I love that the NX7 reflects Juki’s vast industrial machine experience – all of the features are practical, useful and easy to access.“
Adam was a contestant on the Great British Sewing Bee in 2021.
Adam is from Leicester and was taught to sew at the age of six by his nan. He currently knits for his young nephew whose nickname for Adam is Abba because Adam is a self-styled ‘Dancing Queen’. Adam loves the stage and studied Performing Arts at university before going on to work as a cruise ship entertainer and being promoted to Cruise Ship Entertainment Director.
After trying our machines at a Sewing Exhibition Adam decided the Juki build quality was the perfect match for his sewing requirements.
Clive started sewing when he was around 10 years old. He and his mum made some curtains for their home on an old hand cranked sewing machine that was given to him by a relative. He says it was his BEST GIFT EVER!
He went to college and studied textile design. From there he went to university to study a Fashion BA Honours Degree at University college for the Creative Arts in Epsom. This is where he really honed his skills as a sewer and pattern cutter.
Since his husband Mark appeared on The Great British Sewing Bee, Clive has been behind the scenes supporting Mark to build his business but now its his time to build a career in sewing. Clive has appeared as a guest designer on Sewing Street, you’ll often see him at sewing shows across the country in one capacity or another. He is also now looking to release his own sewing patterns too so watch this space. Clive is also campaining to get more men, lads guys and boys into sewing ! #boyssewtoo
Clive says “Nothing makes me happier than being at my sewing machine and being creative. The juki sewing machines that I own are now firmly part of my everyday sewing are great quality machines. ( they also all have names ! ) I love the Juki machines because they’re built to last and that’s important if your thinking of doing a lot of sewing….which I am ! Not only that the franklins family group have amazing customer service and really do look after their customers. They’re a great bunch ! I’ll always recommend people thinking of buying a good quality machine to always go buy a Juki
Jenny is patchwork and quilting designer specialising in English Paper Piecing. Jenny runs a business called Hashtagsew and loves designing modern, bright, and geometric quilts and homeware. Jenny is a designer demonstrator on Sewing Street TV channel and has just released her first book English Paper Piecing Workshop.
Jenny became a Juki Ambassador in 2019 after falling completely in love with the JUKI NX7 when having a play on one. Jenny says ‘the reason why I love my Juki so much is because it is a quilters dream machine. It has an extra-large throat which means quilting a massive quilt is a breeze as it fits soooo much through the throat, it also has a built in walking foot which means no faffing around changing feet every 5 mins. The NX7 quilts like a dream, both straight line and free motion!’