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    7 Embroidery Machines You Can Get Oh So Crafty With

    Needle-ss to say, you'll be bursting at the seams to try one of these.

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    1. An embroidery machine with 200 built-in stitches it's almost ~pointless~ to have a craft room without it. Go from sewing to embroidering with the simple switch of a stitch and prepare to bring your designs to life.

    White embroidery machine on top of table next to a pair of scissors

    You can also decide between 100 letters and eight one-step auto-size buttonhole styles. You may also want to check out more crafting products people actually swear by if you're looking to upgrade your DIY projects.

    Promising review: "After a long two-year hunt, I finally found the sewing machine that has it all. I’m obsessed with this thing. There is absolutely no comparison to any other machines. I had no idea about all it could do until I got it home — and let me tell you what, you will fall in love with this thing! 100,000 stars!!!!!" —Shannon

    Get it from Amazon for $185.99 (available for $40 off when coupon is applied before checkout).

    2. A 2-in-1 embroidery machine that also sews, so you can fix that stitch *and* add a custom embellishment to your denim jacket all at once.,

    It even comes with 80 built-in designs and six embroidery lettering fonts, making your search for new hobby products over.

    Promising review: "This is my first embroidery machine. I'd never even touched one before and I have to say that this is very easy to learn. I was able to embroider my very first project the same day I got it! Perfect for beginners!" —Jessica

    Get it from Amazon for $501.19.

    3. A Wi-Fi-enabled embroidery machine you won't need to ~follow a pattern~ to understand. While it does come with preloaded designs, you can also flex your creative muscles and make your own patterns.


    Have fun choosing from 260 built-in designs and a full lettering software that includes 12 fonts.

    Promising review: "This embroidery machine is brilliant!! The designs that are preloaded are cute and relatable. Easy setup and I love that it's wireless. Everyone wants me to embroider stuff for them now!" —Melinda

    Get it from Walmart for $369.

    4. A Marvel-inspired embroidery machine perfect for personalizing your favorite hero's super suit. Get down to details using the preloaded Marvel designs and prepare to take on any villain with its out-of-this-world automatic bobbin spinner.

    White embroidery machine on table decorated with Marvel characters
    Home Depot

    Comes with 80 built-in embroidery designs and nine embroidery fonts.

    Promising review: "First of all, out of the box, this machine is a beauty. I mean, I have it sitting on my craft table and just admire it! It comes with everything you need to get started, including some nice Marvel designs. The manual is easy to follow and the touch screen makes figuring everything out very easy. It is very quiet and completely automatic, which was a huge change from my previous 15-year-old sewing machine." —lmharrison83 

    Get it from Home Depot for $529.99.

    5. A beginner-friendly embroidery machine you can preview your designs with using it's smart technology. Don't ~put a pin~ in crafting, instead, test out preloaded patterns or unleash your inner artist by creating your own designs and uploading them using the USB port.

    White and purple embroidery machine decorated with pink flowers

    Enjoy crafting with its eight quick-change sewing feet and 400 downloadable embroidery designs.

    Promising review: " I was so excited to try out the embroidery feature — I put my son's initials on a beanie and it came out really nicely! I love that it's easy to insert the thread and switch between multiple colors. I'm still playing with a lot of the features on the sewing machine, but I love all the fonts and designs. I also love that it has 103 built-in stitches. This sewing machine has a lot of nice features and it looks like it can withstand some decent-size projects!" —Joss

    Get it from Walmart for $385.

    6. A Wi-Fi-free embroidery machine that still lets you come up with your own designs. Using the machine's app, simply upload your desired pattern and let the machine do the work for you — it'll even let you monitor its progress while you sit back and work on that no-sew blanket.


    100 embroidery designs included and it reads most common embroidery files including EXP, PES, and DST.

    Promising review: "I've only had this machine for a few days but, I have quilted, sewn, and embroidered already. I love this machine. It feels like a bunch of sewists got together and brainstormed all the things that made their machines great and included them, and all the things that made them crazy and fixed them. I love that I can plan and edit embroidery projects on my own tablet. It may be corny to say, but it really was love at first stitch." —Tammy

    Get it from Amazon for $799.99 (originally $849).

    7. An embroidery machine designed with monogramming capabilities, taking your crafting to the next level. Feel less quilty spending late nights in your craft room as you experiment with its 138 built-in designs and 11 embroidery fonts.

    The touchscreen display also allows you to preview designs right then and there.

    Promising review: "I absolutely love this machine. I decided to start embroidering and this machine is very user-friendly for a newbie. It has so many features and the quality it puts out is just amazing. I sold my sewing machine because I now have both a sewing machine and an embroidery machine in one! Just love the quality of Brother machines and am having so much fun with it!!" —Paul Cohn

    Get it from Amazon for $999.99.

    That feeling when you finish a project:

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    The reviews for this post have been edited for length and clarity.