Juki HZL-F600 Computerized Sewing and Quilting Machine
- Box Feed Technology
- Light Weight Material
- Thick Weight Material
- Wide Sewing Space - Extended Sewing Table
- Free Motion Sewing
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Large variety of patterns and stitches - decorative/utility/alphabet 255 Sewing Patterns and 4 Fonts Large LCD display (33mm x 66mm) and easy pattern selection Highest quality industrial style button holes - 16 types Large, wide, work surface (8 wide x 12-1/4 long) 4 larger then the average workspace
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We have tens of thousands of dollars worth of sewing equipment in our house, from a Juki industrial machine to an APQS long arm machine. If we could only have one machine, the F600 would be it. Simply worth your money if you are a home sewist looking for a great Swiss army knife of a tool. Don't mess with the other brands, we are definitely Juki fans.
What an awesome sewing machine! So far, I've only used the #2 and #1 settings for sewing my quilt. The #2 setting automatically gives me a 1/4 inch seam quilt block setting. No more guessing if I have this measurement right for my blocks. The foot pedal is awesome. So easy to push down and I can cut my thread too with it after the last back tack.
The machine comes with ample feet and the extension table is big enough. It is not a loud sewing machine when you sew with it. It is so easy to hear over the machine when you sew and it's smooth as butter with it's stitches. I've not used the knee attachment because of the type of table I have it on. But it is large enough and long enough for my short knee to use. I've attached it to see if it was long enough for me. I'm using cotton quilting thread and did not have to touch my tension, top or bottom. That is another worry off my shoulders. The DVD included it the best starting point. The manual is easy to follow as well. The case has a built - in knee and foot pedal storage area. Good to have this and I know exactly where my spare parts are when I need them. The bobbins are 15J, I have lots of those being a Brother machine owner.
When the thread cutter cuts the thread it leaves about a quarter inch or less thread on the fabric. No more clipping the extra thread left over from my other machines. I just pick up sewing a new area and keep going and this saves me time. I've watched videos of this machine on You Tube and the quietness that is demonstrated with this machine does not do it justice. I'm having a hard time getting adjusted to this one aspect. The stitching is straight with no stitches crooked like my other machines. They are neatly straight and snug. You have to see the difference.
For a sewer this machine is love in a box. There is so much difference in performance when compared with my Singer and Brother machines. I've also read when it comes to the higher priced machines this beats them hands down. And about the box feed dogs. I read those took some getting used to. Well, I see how much better this type of feeding is for the fabric. All in all, this is an incredible sewing machine.