Did you know that March is National Quilting Month? Now that we are here at the end of the month, I don’t feel like I celebrated in the way that I would have hoped. (I guess we had some pretty big distractions.) But thanks to Baby Lock sewing machines, we’ve got a super fun way to wrap it up.
I have been working in a partnership with Baby Lock sewing machines for the past few years and have genuinely LOVED each machine that I’ve worked with (including the Crescendo and the Destiny II embroidery machine). Both of those machines are on the bigger, more established side of the sewing machine spectrum.
But Baby Lock has a sewing machine that is just right for any level – beginner or super advanced.
They recently released the the Genuine Collection – a refreshed collection of updated smaller machines.
One of these is the Jubilant machine. Baby Lock recently sent me this machine to try out. This little workhorse is an excellent basic machine that is not-so-basic. Top features include – the automatic needle threader, drop feed for free-motion quilting, and 80 stitches including 8 one-step buttonholes.
It’s been a great machine for my kids to use if they want to sew along side me. It’s also got great portability. Weighing just over 14 pounds, it’s an easier size to set up and take down, carry along to a sewing class or a retreat, guild meeting etc. It’s a great machine for both beginners and advanced quilters.
But even though it’s smaller and lightweight, it’s still sturdy and performs so well – beautiful stitches and adjustable speed that moves quickly at its highest setting. The machine includes are variety of feet and accessories. (It does not include a 1/4″ foot, but one of the things I love most about Baby Lock is that their feet attachments are so reasonably priced – it’s easy and affordable to get the additional feet attachments that you want.)
Whatever your sewing machine skills or needs, I HIGHLY recommend visiting your local Baby Lock dealer. They will be able to help you find the exact machine to suit your skill level and budget, not to mention provide you with the assistance, training, and support to help you feel successful with your new machine.
And today, thanks to Baby Lock, we would like to giveaway a brand new Jubilant machine to one of you!
To enter, leave a comment on this post. Tell me why you could use a new sewing machine.
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This giveaway is only open to US residents, 18 years and older. Giveaway open until Sunday, April 4 at midnight MDT. A winner will be chosen at random. GIVEAWAY CLOSED
A HUGE thanks again to Baby Lock for this generous giveaway!
JUDYK March 31, 2020 at 7:49 pm
I would love to win this machine! A few years ago, I taught a young military wife how to piece a quilt. She has been wanting to purchase a machine of her own but circumstances have not allowed that luxury. She now has a young daughter who has expressed an interest in learning to sew. I was going to have the privilege of helping her create a pillowcase over Easter until the pandemic. Hopefully we will have time over the summer and this machine would be be a delight to both daughter and mom. Thank you for the opportunity to win.
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