It’s not often that you see a sewing machine that’s selling at an amazing rate.
That’s exactly what we saw in the first quarter, with sales of Kenmore’s sewing machine rising 17 percent year-over-year.
We found the Kenmore 8 and Kenmore 7 in the top five best-selling machines in the country in March, and we’re excited to see the Kenwood 7E and 7F in the same range.
It seems like we’ve finally found our best-seller for the sewing machine industry.
The Kenmore Sizing Machine (sold in about 30 states) has been a perennial top seller.
The latest model in the Kenworth family, the Sizing S-11, is the latest addition to the Kenwids range, and the S-12 is a compact, lightweight machine that works well for small sewing projects.
We love the size and weight of the S11, and while we didn’t find much of a difference in how it performs over a variety of fabric weights, the machines tend to do a better job with thicker fabrics, making them more versatile.
The S-7 is a bit of a throwback to the old Kenwood 8, with an aluminum frame and an aluminum body that feels much better than the steel frame that replaced it.
But the S7 is still one of the most affordable machines on our list, selling for about $99.
That is a lot of money, and it means that the S2 can fit a wide range of projects, from small and delicate projects to big and bulky projects.
If you’re looking to take the plunge into sewing, we recommend that you look at some of the other great Kenwood machines for a price that will get you started.
The best sewing machine for your home If you’ve ever needed to make a lot more than a single-sew or multi-purpose project, we think that the sewing machines in this list will make the most sense for you.
We’ll look at a variety that are well-known in the sewing community, and then we’ll discuss some of our favorites that we think you’ll like.
We’ve tried to select the machines that we believe offer the best value for your money, with a focus on quality and durability.
If there’s one thing we love about sewing, it’s making the best possible clothes out of the materials you’re buying.
That includes fabrics, thread, and even the finish on the machines themselves.
For this list, we focused on machines that are designed for simple, straightforward projects, so you can spend your time making the most of your sewing time.
We won’t look at everything, and some of these machines are great for a single project, but we’ll try to cover a few of the best machines for single sewing projects in this guide.
We hope you enjoy the list as much as we enjoyed making it.
We have more great sewing machine reviews coming in the near future.
If we missed a machine or a good machine in your area, let us know and we’ll add it to this list.
In the meantime, be sure to check out our top picks in our Best Sewing Machines guide.
What do you think of our top pick for sewing machines?
Do you own a Kenmore, Kenwood, or S-10 sewing machine?
Let us know in the comments.