Babylock Sashiko 2
Create the look of traditional, hand-work stitching passed down through generations on the Sashiko Machine. Replicate this distinctive and celebrated stitch and add a hand-stitched touch to any project with a machine that is truly the first of its kind. I’ve been doing some kind of sewing for as long as I could hold a needle and thread. My first experience with a Sashiko- like stitch was on my Grandma’s quilts. For anyone who has seen the hand-stitching technique known as Sashiko, you’ll be amazed that there’s a machine that can replicate this distinctive stitch. This sweet, simple, but elegant stitch can embellish almost anything. From garments to home décor to quilting – once I get started with this machine I can’t stop!
Precise Sashiko Stitches
A specialty needle working in conjunction with a latch wire system forms defined stitches and precise spacing to create a true hand-stitched look.
Specialty Stitch Mode
Complete control of stitch and spacing is essential for decorative techniques such as braiding, couching, cross-stitching and adding trim. Now with the specialty stitch mode, a complete cycle of one single stitch and space allows the control you need when single stitch sewing is desired.
Stitch Length Control
Create short or long stitches ranging from 2mm to 5mm
using the adjustable lever.
Stitch Spacing Control
Create short or long spaces with adjustable spacing from 2mm to 5mm.
The adjustable presser foot height allows ease of turning fabric, stitching circles, squares and other shapes for complete control.
U-Shaped Fluorescent Lamp
The entire needle area is surrounded by a lighting system for maximum illumination.
This unique system allows you to easily recognize when the needle is creating a stitch or a space
The side loading, oscillating bobbin system is conveniently placed for fast and easy loading.
Easily prepare multiple bobbins for projects by winding each one on the built-in bobbin winder.
Accessory Storage Space
Conveniently store and organize all of the included accessories in the built-in tray