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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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  • Emily's Thanksgiving tableEmily’s Thanksgiving Table
    It’s good to cultivate gratefulness wherever we are. Emily’s gorgeous tablescape certainly puts me in a thankful mood. Here’s a post from our archives. Even though most of us will be staying home this year, we can still make the table special and be grateful that 2020 is almost over! Emily celebrates Thanksgiving along side our Stateside friends as a reminder to feast together as a family and be truly grateful for what we have. Even though life is busy, or perhaps because life […]
  • Mark Francis on Sewing StreetMark Francis to the Rescue
    We’re delighted to have Mark Francis from season 6 of The Great British Sewing Bee join our Juki Club Team of contributors. Read on to find out about Mark’s penchant for forgotten fabrics and linen cupboards. Mark Francis, all the way to the left New stuff from old sheets Our first blog post from British Sewing Bee contestant Mark Francis is inspired by his great Aunty Rene who lived to the ripe old age of 96 and left behind, among other things, a glorious linen cupboard.  Do […]
  • working woman getting dressed in the 18th centuryFilm Prop Quilt
    Getting Dressed in the 18th century Every film has a backstory. Here’s the story behind our film prop quilt. Getting Dressed in the 18th century In September 2017 Crows Eye Productions released Getting Dressed in the 18th Century. It was a short film commissioned by the Lady Lever Art Gallery and National Museum of Liverpool showing a Lady in the 18th century getting dressed. It went viral immediately and now has well over 10 million views! The popularity of this film nudged Pauline and […]
  • Monster Knees Mending
    Monster Knees mending is one of my favourite forms of visible mending. Knees often seem to be the first part of a pair of trousers that need mending. My kids could get rips in the knees the very first time they put them on! Monster Knees mending transforms the hole into a monster mouth, that opens and closes as the child walks. It’s cute and quirky and the kids love it. My very first time making monster knees I discovered this idea on Pinterest. Visit our Just Jeans Pinterest board and […]