Sewing machines are back in vogue

Stitching just got trendy

Stylish new sewing machines and accessories are hitting the shops, proving that sewing is replacing knitting as the on-trend skill to learn – at any age.

Shops like John Lewis are encouraging customers to get busy with a needle – their haberdashery department has everything from pin cushions to a starter sewing machine. We love this retro red design (£49) – it’s perfect for repairing clothes or making Christmas gifts.

And if supplying great sewing buys wasn’t enough, they’re also offering in-store sewing classes to give you expert advice and top tips.

For more information visit www.johnlewis.com

Or check out our selection of sewing machines at the housetohome  shop

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