If you're an ambitious sewer, Grace can help you get to the head of the class when it comes to your sewing projects. This versatile machine is equipped to keep up with your creativity with project-enhancing features such as 40 built-in stitches, 1-step buttonholes and 7 accessory feet. Grace has thought of everything you need to make challenging projects a breeze, like a drop-in bobbin and a built-in needle threader. From timeless, classic fashions to modern crafts and décor, Grace will always be there to lend a hand.
Easily set your bobbin. Merely drop in the top-loading bobbin and pull the thread through the slot. Let Quick-Set do the rest.
With the buttonhole foot, your one-step buttonhole will be automatically sized to match your button every time.
Large Stitch Selection
Add variety to your projects with a suite of 40 stitches. Selection is made simple with a pictured menu and LCD screen.
Built-in Needle Threader
Grace includes easy-to-follow, numbered guides so you can thread your needle with a few simple motions.
Convenient for sewing in those small hard-to-reach areas like sleeves and pant hems.
No matter what type of project you’re creating, Grace makes it easier with 7 snap-on feet and a variety of additional accessories.
Posted by Unknown on 22nd Nov 2010
I bought a Grace A-Line series machine seven months ago after looking for a machine that could hold up to sewing quilted handbags and machine quilting flannel quilts. The salesperson's demonstration using five thicknesses of heavy denim convinced me that this machine would hold up to my handbag and quilting projects and for the most part, it has. I like the ease of use and selection of stitches. However, there are many issues I do not like. The machine's light is barely adequate, even with bright lighting. The off-center needle position is awkward and moving the needle to the alternate center position throws off the feed-dogs. Having five feed-dogs can be too many at times, especially when sewing narrow seams, as they tend to pull the fabric askew and I have to fight to keep the fabric feeding correctly. The seam guideline measurements are placed awkwardly behind the pressure foot and do extend to the front (except for the 1/4" and 5/8" marks), making it difficult to follow them. I also have to be careful guiding bulky items through the machine's arm opening and make sure I do not accidentally brush against the stitch selection wheel, which does not lock into a setting. Rubbing against the wheel can change the stitch selection while you are sewing, with unwanted consequences. This machine has lived up to being powerful enough for heavy-duty projects, but I would strongly suggest taking fabric to try it out thoroughly in the store before purchasing one.