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Just for Kids! The Best Options For Kids’ Sewing Machines

Best Sewing Machines For Kids

 

Kids can enjoy sewing from a young age, but often standard sewing machines are too big, heavy and complicated for them to use easily. Check out these great alternatives that are perfect for youngsters!

 

  1. Janome Hello Kitty 11706 Mechanical Sewing Machine: Cute and functional! Weighing only 12 pounds and featuring 11 built-in stitches, this makes an excellent first machine.

 

  1. Janome 2206 Sewing Machine: Though a full-sized machine, the Janome 2206 has easy to use basic features perfect for any beginner just getting accustomed to machine sewing.

 

  1. Janome Fast Lane Fuchsia Portable: With stitch length, style and needle position all controlled through a single dial, this machine is incredibly simple to use and weighs only 5 pounds!

 

  1. Singer 1507WC Easy-to-Use Free-Arm: The Singer 1507WC features eight stitches on a simple selector dial. The free-arm functionality makes it great for small projects.

 

  1. Singer 3232 Simple Sewing Machine: With more bells and whistles than most kid-friendly machines, the Singer 3232 is a good investment will grow with a young sewist.

 

  1. Michley LSS-202 Lil’ Sew & Sew Mini 2-Speed Sewing Machine: One of most budget-friendly machines available, this super lightweight mini machine has two-speed sewing and can be operated via push-button start or a foot pedal.

 

  1. Brother XM1010: A dependable, full-sized machine with 10 basic stitches (including a fully automatic, 1-step buttonhole), the XM1010 also features an easy-to-load drop-in bobbin.

 

  1. Michley Lil’ Sew & Sew LSS_339 Portable Sewing Machine: Another ultra-portable option, this machine weighs less than 5 pounds and can operate on batteries. Perfect for youngsters who want to take sewing classes.

 

  1. Brother LS2125i: With 10 convenient stitches, including more complex options like blind hem and elastic stitches, it’s designed to meet the needs of beginners and more advanced sewists.

 

  1. Michley LSS-505 Lil’ Sew & Sew Multi-Purpose Sewing Machine: The most heavy-duty of the Lil’ Sew & Sew Machines, this offers greater stitch variety with the convenience of a push-button start or optional foot pedal.

 

  1. Brother Project Runway CS5055PRW: Young fashion fans will love this Project Runway-inspired machine, which offers computerized stitch selection and 50 built-in stitches. Best for older children.

 

  1. Brother CS6000i: Though all the features might be too much for the youngest beginners, they’re perfect for creative kids who don’t want to be limited by their machine.

 

  1. NEX Sewing Machine Free-Arm Crafting Mending Machine: Cute and lightweight, this is a great machine for young kids It’s foot pedal operated and can run on either battery or outlet power.

 

  1. Brother XL2610: From their first basic projects to more advanced undertakings, the XL2610 has the features to handle it, all with the ease of use of a much more basic machine.

 

  1. Singer 1304 Start Free Arm Sewing Machine: The heavy-duty metal frame makes this machine too heavy for youngsters to move ease, it does provide a stable sewing experience to help hone their technique.

 

  1. Janome 2212: Simple dial selectors let sewists choose from 12 different built-in stitch patterns, allowing beginners experiment with a wide range of projects.

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