Juki TL-2010Q 1-Needle Lockstitch Portable Sewing Machine with Automatic Thread Trimmer for Quilting Tailoring Apparel Home Decor Reviews

Juki TL-2010Q 1-Needle Lockstitch Portable Sewing Machine with Automatic Thread Trimmer for Quilting Tailoring Apparel and Home Decor Review

  • High Performance Machine: The new Juki TL-2010Q is a high-performance sewing and quilting machine
  • Automatic Thread Trimmer: The machine is equipped with an automatic thread trimming device that simultaneously trims the needle and bobbin threads at the sewing end by lightly pressing the push-button
  • Knee Lifter Lever: The knee lifter lever allows you to lift/lower the presser foot without using your hands. The presser foot can be raised as high as 12mm, so that light to heavyweight materials is easily handled in and out of the sewing area with ease
  • Automatic Needle Threader: The push lever automatic needle threader easily threads the needle without eyestrain and allows you to start sewing quickly
  • Light-Weight and Portable: This portable, lightweight machine is easy to transport and can be carried wherever you desire

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    3 thoughts on “Juki TL-2010Q 1-Needle Lockstitch Portable Sewing Machine with Automatic Thread Trimmer for Quilting Tailoring Apparel Home Decor Reviews”


    zOZkj says:

    It’s big, it’s smooth, and an absolute delight to sew on.It sews perfect, even stitches.It is obvious that English is not the first language of the writer- but it is easy enough to understand.I don’t know why I had expected that the thread tension would be set at the factory thus sparing me extra setup time to start sewing.I’m a quilter with years of experience in the past with garment sewing .The machine overall is exactly what it claims to be, and is almost the perfect machine for piecing and quilting quilts.com via Sewing Machines PlusAdded Bonus & Service maybe differentThis will be our 3rd sewing machine.Free shipping was included along with a bonus package of 100 extra needles and 30 extra bobbins which will come in handy.I debated for weeks between this and the Juki 2000q or the Brother 1500s.I am a quilter and this was the main reason I chose this model.I already had the Juki HZL-F600 and was originally going to use that machine with my new Grace Q-Zone Hoop frame, but decided I wanted a more permanent machine for that so I wouldn’t have to keep putting it on and taking it off the frame.But it is portable.Its has a lot of capability and is easy to use, but I like to do bags and quilts.A few years back I decided to try a Singer quilting machine it was OK but the arm was short and I had a lot of tension issues.but this is the best machine I have had for piecing, quilting, straight sewing etc.I make home decor items like pillow and purses with upholstery fabrics as well as other home sewing projects.Since the Baby Lock has simplified threading, getting used to the manual threading of the Juki takes a bit to get used to.I wanted to save the wear and tear on my embroidery machine and chose the Juki after other non embroidery machines felt below my standards.The machine is easy to use and has some features similar to an industrial machine, so if you have experience on the latter, I think you will enjoy what is has to offer.I looked at the computerized marvels with hundreds of different stitches, test drove the cheaper, simpler models and read every review I could find on every machine I was considering.

    PwUDm says:

    I wanted to upgrade and get something with a larger throat.I accidently took the top off and could not get it back on so it would sew again. This is a great machine.The knee lift and the auto thread cutter are really cool features.It handled those quilts with no problem.The threader took some getting used to but once I got the hang of it I can do it with my eyes closed.It can be activated by a button, or be pressing the heal end of the floor pedal.I needed a machine with a good open view of the needle area and bigger harp so that I could quilt larger projects.I also don’t use decorative stitches very often, so a single stitch machine seemed like a good choice.You can feel the quality of this machine when you’re sewing, it purrs .I have dubbed around with straight stitching, used the walking foot, and did a little free motion quilting.I already have another one without the speed control which is super fast I prefer this one so I can slow it down ! I would recommend this machine to anyone.It is heavy duty and I have already used for garments, small free motion quilting and leather sewing, very happy I purchased.Works great for multiple layers and thick fabrics.The top and bottom stitches were perfect.It does come with the FMQ foot.It was very easy to get the hang of and learn.

    ZJsTWb says:

    I absolutely love the look of this machine the weight of it and it literally sews like a dream.I like its simplicity and hope that, because of the lack of electronic components, it will not need to have expensive repairs.I was looking for a machine with a larger throat area, but without all of the fancy embroidery stitches (which I almost never use on my MC machine.So I decided I wanted just a straight-stitch sewing machine like the one used by Kimberly Jolly on The Fat Quarter Shop.I thought that was a decent machine… until I bought this bad boy.I am not disappointed! In about a month’s time I have made two weighted vests, a weighted blanket, a 60×75″ T-shirt quilt, several stuffed animals, and a variety of pillows- several for resale.Having a problem with the foot thread cutter I am so impressed with this machine! It purrs like a kitten, so quiet compared to my singer that did not even last 2 years.The threading took me a few try’s to get it right, and you have to make sure your get the bobbin “pushed and latched” into the bobbin casing.The automatic threader took a few tries to figure out but works perfectly.I needed something more portable because there is no way I can fit an industrial machine into my tiny living space.You only get 3 instead of the 6 it used to come with! Now I have to spend more money to buy feet I thought I was getting.I have only had it for a month and so far I have had no problems with it.I’ve had her for almost 2 years.I am keeping my original box.Had it unpacked and was sewing within an hour! I didn’t touch any of the tension dials, it sewed beautifully straight out of the box.I highly recommend reading the manual first and then if you need more help check out YouTube for Tutorials.I needed a straight stitch for piecing and the ability to quilt including free motion quilting.I have used a Babylock with an automatic threader that worked perfectly, this one is just a dumb design.I wanted it for quilting and bag making.

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