For over 40 years, Baby Lock has been dedicated to the love of sewing by creating machines for sewing, embroidery, quilting and serging – all with ease-of-use, high quality and a touch of elegance. In addition to easy-to-thread sergers and machines for sewers of any level, Baby Lock enhances the love of sewing with an extensive line of sewing supplies including feet, accessories, software and stabilizer.
Let Baby Lock help you make your next home sewing project simple and fun with a new sewing machine, serger or quilting machine. Interested in embroidery? Baby Lock's complete line of embroidery machines add the perfect finishing touch.
If you've been looking for your "dream" sewing and embroidery machine - the one that will carry you for years and years and years and that you'll never outgrow, look no further. The Baby Lock Destiny sewing and embroidery machine is just that - a destiny realized, the pinnacle of achievement in the sewing world. A 10.1" tablet-sized touchscreen provides the perfect interface to unleash the Destiny's true potential.
With 770 built-in stitches and a top speed of 1050 stitches per minute, 11 1/4" right of the needle, stadium lighting, separate bobbin winding motor, automatic thread trimmer, completely automated needle threading, built-in operational guide with instructional video clips, and the largest single pass embroidery field in the home industry (9 1/2" x 14") - there are so many features under the hood, and new features coming all the time (yes, the Destiny is fully updatable - gone are the days of obsolescence - your best is to drop by Sewing Arts Center for a demonstration. Seeing is believing, and Baby Lock's Destiny sewing and embroidery machine will inspire your sewing in a way few other machines can.
Built on the same platform as the Baby Lock Unity sewing and embroidery machine, the Crescendo sports the same sewing features as the Unity. So, if you're looking for a knock-out sewing machine that has all the richness the Unity has without embroidery, Baby Lock's Crescendo sewing machine is for you.
Built on the same platform as the Baby Lock Unity sewing and embroidery machine, the Journey gets you there! With 573 built-in stitches, five alphabets, 262 built-in embroidery designs and 19 fonts, a maximum speed of 1050 stitches per minute, incredible LED lighting, automatic fabric sensor system, Baby Lock's "Never Miss" threading system, you'll wonder why you waited so long to experience sewing at its finest.
Are you looking for all the power and finesse of the Aventura, but not ready to delve into machine embroidery? The Baby Lock Soprano sewing machine is the key. She is all the Aventura is, but without embroidery.
Sister the Baby Lock Lyric sewing machine, the Katherine sews it up with 190 built-in stitches and five upper case alphabets. With a maximum stitch length of 5 mm and maximum width of 7 mm, a one-step buttonhole, responsive touchscreen, needle threader and feed dog drop, free arm accessory storage and top-loading bobbin, knee lift and speed adjustment, the Katherine provides years of worry-free sewing.
No company can compete for features, quality and price with Baby Lock's Verve sewing and embroidery machine. The first in the line of Baby Lock machines that features both sewing and embroidery, the Verve goes where no other company does. Weighing in under 17 pounds with the embroidery module (under 14 pounds without), the Verve is by no means light weight in features. With 168 built-in stitches, three alphabets, needle threader, thread cutter, low bobbin sensor, touchscreen, one-step buttonhole, AND 70 built-in embroidery designs, six fonts, an on-board memory, and a maximum embroidery size of 4" x 6" with the optional multi-position hoop, the Sofia2 is the smart choice for those who are looking to spread their sewing wings.
If you're looking for a sewing machine that's rich on features but easy on the pocketbook, that sports superb quality and has an easy-to-use interface, check out the Baby Lock Rachel Sewing Machine. With 50 built-in stitches, including five, one-step buttonholes, slider speed adjustment, needle up/down, needle threader, top loading automatic take-up bobbin, care-free non-jam hook, free arm accessory case, the Baby Lock Rachel is the machine for you. A great machine for first-time sewists, the Rachel will carry even the most avid sewist for years and years.
(We particularly like the Baby Lock Rachel for beginning sewists of all ages. It has features that make it a breeze to use. And of particular note with children: there is a presser foot safety built in to the machine so that when the presser foot is raised, the machine will alarm and not sew. It won't prevent sewing through fingers, but it REALLY helps. The built in speed adjustment slider is of equal value, both for safety and technique. Slide the switch to the left, and it won't matter how hard you push on the foot control - the machine sews VERY slowly.)
Harkening back to years prior to computerization, the Baby Lock Molly sewing machine has its engineering squarely based on tried and true technologies. If you're searching for a mechanical machine with a robust stitch selection (25 included stitches and a one-step buttonhole), a needle threader, adjustable presser foot pressure, free arm sewing machine, you need look no further than the Baby Lock Molly sewing machine. If not big on frills, the Baby Lock Molly sewing machine is really big on quality and longevity.
If you're looking to "unplug", you will find the Molly an avid sewing partner.
The little sister to the Baby Lock Molly, the Baby Lock Anna sewing machine is certainly not little on quality, delivering every feature and stitch you need to successfully sew almost any project. Sporting 15 built-in stitches, free-arm sewing, sealed bearings (it just means you don't have to oil her...), adjustable stitch length and a four-step buttonhole, you'll have the tools you need to accomplish just about any sewing project.
Frankly, when we first brought the Baby Lock BL9 on board at Sewing Arts Center, we were concerned: she cost too little and promised too much. Yes, you'll find less expensive machines on the market. And yes, you'll find these machines with lots of gizmos and gadgets and promises of world sewing domination. And then they don't deliver, they crash and burn, and simply become closet fodder. Trust us. We know. We've all been there.
But the Baby Lock BL9 - she absolutely delivers. And at a price point that you don't have to think twice about. With 11 built-in stitches, adjustable stitch length from 0 to 4 mm, a free arm, the Baby Lock BL9 is no fly-by-night, flash-in-the-pan sewing machine. Take her for a test drive. Take her home. See for yourself.
Before the Baby Lock Ovation was introduced, the Evolution was the premium, top-of-the-line serger. With most top of the line equipment, once replaced, it loses its luster, drops to the background, and ultimately loses fashion. Not so with the Baby Lock Evolution serger. Sporting the same technology from which the Ovation was borne, the Baby Lock Evolution remains as relevant today as ever.
Featuring Baby Lock's ExtraordinAir Threading and Automatic Thread Delivery System, you will never suffer the woes of threading a serger again. And with 87 different stitches from which to select, including a built-in rolled hem, 2, 3 and 4 thread overlock, 5 thread, cover stitch, tri-cover stitch and chain stitch, you will never lack for the perfect stitch for your project.
The Baby Lock Imagine stakes a claim for its place in the sewing world offering up 2/3/4 thread serging in a way no other machine in its class can. With Instant-Air Jet Threading, threading issues are a thing of the past. No longer do you need to worry about what order and which thread to thread first. With Baby Lock's Automatic Thread Delivery System, thread tension issues are a thing of the past, too. With up to 1500 stitches per minute and full-featured differential feed, even the fussiest of fabrics will become sublime under the presser foot, which, by the way, has adjustable presser foot pressure.
You can look far and wide for a machine on par with the Baby Lock Imagine serger that has comparable quality, features and exceptional ease of use. But trust us - you won't find it. Come take the Baby Lock Imagine serger for a test drive - you'll be glad you did.
Weighing in at just 16 pounds, don't let the demure size of the Baby Lock Eclipse fool you. She is a power house of a serger. With up to 1500 stitches per minute, powerful vertical needle stitch penetration, Micromatic Twin Cam Tension System, this 4/3/2 thread serger has proven herself to be a worthy contender. Featuring Baby Lock's Jet-Air Threading System, threading a serger has never been easier. Her technology is so focused, so ground breaking, that she's been available to the home sewing world for almost 20 years.
So, if you're finally ready for a serger that doesn't defeat you every time you thread it, didn't become obsolete the second a new machine came out, then you're ready for the Baby Lock Eclipse DX.
Ah... Cover stitch, the final touch on garment made with stretch fabric. It's ubiquitous. From LuLuLemon to Hanes Beefy T's, cover stitch reigns supreme, and the one thing your 4/3/2 thread serger can't do. But the Baby Lock Cover Stitch - she's all over it! Not only can she provide you with two needle 3 mm narrow and 6 mm wide cover stitch, she holds her own with triple cover stitch and chain stitch. And she has Baby Lock's instant Jet-Air Threading!
And this might seem a small thing, but small it's not, and definitely worth mentioning. In our sewing world, many of us are used to sewing off the edge of our fabric with no fear. The Baby Lock Cover Stitch machine is one of the only cover stitch machines on the market where you can sew off the fabric without fear of mechanical failure. It's a small thing, but it's a big deal - just one of many examples of why Baby Lock leads the pack when it comes to sergers.
OK. We'll admit it. We were skeptical when the Baby Lock Diana 5/4/3/2 thread with cover stitch serger was released by Baby Lock. She didn't feature Baby Lock's ExtraordinAir Threading system, and she promised too much for too little. It simply didn't seem possible that Baby Lock could release a quality product that was so impressively feature rich at such a low price point in comparison to other brands on the market. But boy, did Baby Lock deliver with the Diana serger!
If you're not afraid of threading a serger, then look no further than Baby Lock's Diana serger with cover stitch. Incorporating every stitch needed to complete a garment in stretch fabric start to end, the Baby Lock Diana will impress you with her versatility, speed (up to 1300 stitches per minute), and ease of use compared against other brands of sergers.
The Baby Lock Lauren is the first in line of Baby Lock sergers, and is the perfect machine for those ready to up their sewing game with professional, overlocked edges. Featuring 4/3/2 thread serging, color-coded lay-in tensions and differential feed, the Baby Lock Lauren is everything you would expect of a serger. And backed by Baby Lock, you can rest assured of her quality.