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We give ongoing support, education and inspiration to sewists, quilters, crafters, and stitchers everywhere. You can read more about our Juki club team here. Find detailed descriptions of Juki sewing, quilting and overlocker machines on our sewing machine pages. Explore inspirational projects, news and events in our blog posts. Chat back and forth easily on Juki Club Facebook and Instagram. Meet up face to face at Juki Club LIVE events. Juki Club, we're sharing our passion for sewing, online and in person.

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  • Jen on Jeans
    In this post Jen Hogg shares her take and make on Jeans. History of jeans Jeans and the environment Ginger Jeans by Closet Core patterns Pattern hacks for high waist and wider leg Construction fitting Sewing tips I’ve been a bit obsessed with jeans making recently.  Made to measure jeans are a thing of joy.  So comfy!  So flattering!  For me, jeans and coats are the two garments most worth learning to make, and to make well. The History of Jeans Jeans are integral to our […]
  • 5 Tips for working with Knits
    We made some PJ’s using knit fabric for our latest video clip and learned lots about working with knits in the process. For comfort, ease and wearability, knits are hard to beat. But the very stretch that makes knits so comfortable to wear, can make them challenging to sew. We found that sewing with knits is all about respecting the stretch! If working with knits is something you’d like to try, we’ve put together 5 tips to take the some of the mystery out of working with […]
  • Creating Cushion Covers
    I’ve been stitching cushion covers for my son Pete’s Uni flat. After months of lockdown at home, it’s been fun for him to get back to his friends in the city. As we moved him into the new digs, in Leeds city centre, I noticed a tiny room, a snug, that was mostly filled with a black sofa and a big screen TV. It looked like it needed some cushions. So I’ve been creating cushion covers. Top floor Student flat As I pulled up to the flat, I noticed a Fabric Shop right next […]
  • Fabric Postcard Swap
    I love making fabric postcards! I’ve been making them for years. But this month I’ve been taking part in my very first fabric postcard swap, hosted by Kate Brown @sparklestash. During a swap you get to make and receive fabric postcards from all over the world. During this Sparkle Stash postcard swap, I made and posted 5 postcards and I received 5 postcards. What are fabric postcards? Fabric postcards are like tiny quilts that get to go on adventures. They are a similar size and […]