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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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  • Juki NX7 promotion – extra feet
    Juki UK are offering a set of feet free with the NX7 at the moment, so we thought it might be useful to have a quick review of what you get. Jen Hogg @jenerates takes us on a quick tour of the extra feet in the Juki NX7 promotion. Seam guide foot, cording foot, pearl foot, button foot, applique foot, binding foot, free motion quilting foot, invisible zip foot, shank adapter The samples show the first time I used each foot – no practising – so it’s an honest assessment of my experience.  […]
  • Making the Jily Top in summery linen – version one
    Rose shares her experience making the Jily Top as a beginner sewist Today I thought I would share a little bit about the process of making the Jily Top by the Fold Line, from a beginners points of view, sharing things I learned in the process. As someone who has not made garments properly before, I was a bit nervous about starting! But once I got going I found the process really enjoyable and cant wait to make my next item. As I mentioned in a previous post, the top has two versions: one with a […]
  • Text, Textiles and Architecture: meet Rose
    Our new Juki Club contributor Rose shares some of her story and how she combines text, textiles and architecture. […]
  • sewing machine maintenanceSewing Machine Maintenance
    There’s no place like home! And while we are safe at home, there are things we can do to keep our sewing machines in good running order. While we’re busy sewing, let’s be sure to do some basic sewing machine maintenance. We’ll begin with some general sewing machine maintenance that applies to most machines.There are two equal and opposite errors. One is never to clean, oil or change the needle on your machine. The other is to be too rough or to go too far. There is basic […]