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Best Computerized Sewing Machine in 2021 Reviewed

Any sewing project is going to be made a lot easier with a computerized sewing machine. Not only do these products tend to come in a higher spec than your standard machine, but the options are almost endless. From built-in stitches to hundreds if not thousands of built-in stitches, the better machines in the range pack a punch.

This is only the case when buying from a reputable brand. Even then, it is important to know which models are more suitable for your needs. This is why we have created the following list of the best-computerized sewing machines, Each one will making a worthy addition to your craft table and can be used for multiple sewing projects.

Summary of the Best Computerized Sewing Machine
Reviews

Editor’s Choice: SINGER | Quantum Stylist 9960 Computerized Portable Sewing Machine

This is easily the best-computerized sewing machine available and a product that many people consider to be the best in other areas too. Not only is it incredible value, but it gives a plethora of sewing options putting the power in the user’s hands whilst taking away a lot of the strain. The electronic autopilot made works seamlessly and takes a lot of the strain out of sewing. It makes it easy to switch between stitches, adjust the stitch length, and can be used on fashion sewing, quilting, home decor, and more.

There are 600 built-in stitches, which includes 5 alphanumeric fonts, and there is also an automatic needle threader to help get each project started faster. Caopable of 850 stitches per minute, it is fast enough to keep up with experienced users and the LCD display is easy to navigate for first-timers. Other features include mirror imaging, automatic stitch settings, 13 presser feet, heavy-duty frame, and extension table among many others.

PROS:

  • 850 stitches per minute
  • Easy to use LCD screen
  • Lots of stitch selection features
  • Good value
  • 13 presser feet
  • Extended sewing table
CONS:

(none)

Best Affordable: Brother CS5055 Computerized Sewing Machine

You can’t go wrong with a Brother computerized sewing machine, and the CS5055 is among the best value products available. For the price, it manages to pack an astonishing amount of features whilst offering a small yet easy to use LCD screen. With 7 auto one step buttons and 60 built-in stitches, there is plenty to get started with and the needle threader is easy to use.

Included are 7 presser feet, a needle set, 4 bobbins, and a sturdy metal frame that reduces vibration and ensures it will last a long time. The needle to arm space is generous making swing projects comfortable. A popular machine with beginners since it is easy to master. The genius is in its simplicity before the user can move onto free-motion sewing (which it also offers).

PROS:

  • 60 built-in stitches
  • Great value
  • 7 presser feet
  • LCD display
CONS:

  • Experienced users may find it a little limited

Best Value: Brother Sewing and Quilting Machine, CS6000i

With 60 built-in stitches and at an affordable price, this computerized sewing machine from Brother is an excellent option for anyone on a budget. Thankfully, there is little to compromise on despite the price, so enjoy 850 stitches per minute and its wide table, plus the 2 inch LCD display are part of what makes it a stand-out machine.

There are 9 sewing feet included so there are plenty of ways it can be used and it can work as both a sewing and quilting machine. Another benefit is that it allows the user to select stitches at the touch of a button and thread using the automatic needle threader to get going quicker. Included is a 25-year limited warranty and 7 different styles of auto-sized buttonholes. With a lot to like, it is no surprise that this is one of the most popular computerized sewing machines in the world.

PROS:

  • 60 built-in stitches
  • 2 inch LCD display
  • 9 sewing feet
  • 25 year limited warranty
  • Incredibly popular
CONS:

  • Other machines offer more variety

Best All Rounder: Brother XR9550 Sewing and Quilting Machine, Computerized

Another excellent option from Brother, this computerized sewing machine can be used for quilting and boasts 165 built-in stitches. The wide table makes it easier to pass larger materials and there are enough ways to change the programming of the stitches including size and length on the LCD screen to keep most enthusiasts busy.

As usual in a quality machine, there is an automatic needle threader and top drop-in bobbin to make life easier and there are 8 presser feet included. We like that there is a protective hardcover that will keep it safe from the odd knock and prevent dust from causing havoc on the working parts when in storage. At the price, it is another viable option from this famous sewing machine brand.

PROS:

  • 165 built-in stitches
  • Wide table
  • LCD screen
  • Hare cover included
CONS:

  • Not as good with thicker materials

Best Juki: Juki HZL-F600 Computerized Sewing and Quilting Machine

Offering free-motion sewing in comfort and a wide table, there is a lot to like about this wuality offering from Juki. The HZL-F600 is known for being a workhorse, so expect to be able to out it through its paces regularly without skipped stitches. The large LCD display makes customing designs easier and for a computerized sewing machine, it has a user-friendly display and navigation.

There are up to 900 stitches per minute available which are impressive and plenty of different presser feet from a walking foot for sewing thick materials and multiple layers of denim, to a quilting foot among others. The dual LED lights ensure that sewing can be done safely and accurately and overall this is a stable sewing machine that is one of the quieter in its class.

PROS:

  • 900 stitches per minute
  • Large LCD screen
  • Quiet operation
  • Sewing and quilting machine
CONS:

  • Might be a bit pricey for some

Best For Beginners: Janome 3160QDC Computerized Sewing Machine

In our eyes, this is the best Janome computerized sewing machine. The 3160QDC has an extension table to make it possible to take on larger projects and a hardcover to ensure it is protected when stored. There are 60 built-in stitches which may not be as many as other models, but there is a lot of quality in the materials used and added extras. The control panel for the LCD screen is one of the easiest to use making this a good option for beginners.

It’s easy to set the bobbin thanks to the top load system that is also jam-proof and there is also an automatic needle threader. We like the thread cutter button that will come in handy and all the basics are covered from reverse stitching to the up/down needle function that allows it to accommodate thick materials. There are plenty of accessories so expect multiple presser feet, (including an auto buttonhole foot), bobbins, lint brush, and more.

PROS:

  • Lots of accessories
  • Extension table
  • 60 built-in stitches
  • Easy to navigate LCD screen
CONS:

  • Some people may want more built-in stitches

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