It’s Amazon Prime Day again! If you’re not familiar with it, Amazon Prime Day is like their version of Black Friday – in fact, it’s a day and a half where they offer significant discounts to people with Amazon Prime Memberships. Not sure if Prime makes sense for you? Here’s a calculator that figures it out for you. It’s also possible to get a month’s free Prime trial by clicking here:
And in more good news, there are some awesome sewing related offers for Prime day! They tend to be limited edition (i.e. the number on discount will sell out), and they roll out over the next day and a half, so keep your eye out for when they launch. As always, it’s a good idea to check out reviews on Amazon before you order something, and you can also cross reference with other sources like PatternReview.
It seems the sewing offerings are a little lighter on the ground this year, but this post will be updated as and when more prime deals are launched!
Save on sewing machines
This is amazing value beginner machine – just $69.05 on Prime Day (31% off), and it has over 700 reviews with an overall 4.5 star rating out of 5. With the basic stitches you need and an automatic buttonholer, this is a fab option for anyone starting out (I sewed on a similar machine for the first 5 years of sewing!).
Brother 1034DX serger
The newest version of the Brother 1034, the DX, just got reduced to $185!
The ever-popular Brother 1034D, the #1 best-selling serger on Amazon, is also under $200. With over 3,000 customer reviews and a 4.5 star rating, it’s a workhorse of a machine and a fantastic entry model if you want to start serging. (Note this machine goes on sale pretty regularly).
This fancy machine with over 250 pre-programmed embroidery designs is 36% off in the Prime Day Sale, and it even has a 25 year warranty.
Save on other sewing tools
These sewing scissors and thread snips have really fantastic reviews and are under $20, which is a bargain for quality shears!
Do you use a lot of PDF patterns? A lightbox is an amazing way to 1) assemble them without trimming – just lay the pieces over the lightbox and you can see the lines straight through the paper 2) trace just the size you want.