We service all
brands of home domestic sewing machines & sergers.
we have them!
We are building a haven for quilters & sewists where you'll find longarm quilting services and rentals, classes in all types of sewing, social clubs, retreats, and new and used sewing machines for sale. There's a quilt shop next door to boot!
515 Sawnee Corners Blvd.
Cumming, GA 30040
Tuesday - Saturday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Sunday - Monday CLOSED
We Fix What Others won't.
*Service, repair, and restore all brands and models of HOME DOMESTIC MACHINES
*Service Sergers & Embroidery Machines
*Treadle machines, hand cranks,
and anything "old".
We DO NOT:
*Service commercial or industrial machines, 6-needle embroidery or the like
Schedule an appointment...
...have it back in 3 days!
I'm a quilter, I know what it's like to be without my machine - I don't like it! We created this system for routine service and minor repairs to get you sewing again!
We service all domestic machines, old and new! Schedule a FREE appointment to have your machine back in 3 business days or less*!
We are expanding our Learning Academy and offering new workshops in 2020. Our workshops appeal to both hobbyists and those looking to service professionally.
Upcoming classes & events
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All classes will resume as soon as we are settled in from our move! Thank you for your patience!
Take the class at your convenience.
Own it for life.
We'll still be here to help you.
This FREE online class will walk you through every stop of using your Featherweight & 301. Own it for life, and refer to it as often as you need!
Did you know that the Featherweight was the first machine designed to be maintained by the user? Yes, YOU can maintain your Featherweight,
no more trips to the service desk! Includes models 301 & 222.
Save $89 now
ONLINE workshop SALE
No coupon code necessary!
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Know Better, Sew Better Video Series
Skip the 1/4" foot (I know, we all love that thing!) and use one of these methods for a consistent, even 1/4" seam.
Thread dries out, which makes it brittle and likely to break more. Lubricating your thread not only brings it back to life, but it will remain sturdy and pliable after it's in your quilt!
Singer Featherweight: 5 Quick Tips
Check out these tips for a fabulous Featherweight experience! Some of these items are overlooked - they may even help you avoid a trip to the service center!