NEW Juki Industrial Sewing Machine Giveaway

juki industrial sewing machine

THIS GIVE AWAY HAS ENDED….CONGRATULATIONS TO VIVIAN Oaks!!!!!!

We've done a couple of big Juki sewing machine giveaways over the years and we're super pleased to announce another.  Our friends at Juki are offering a new Juki DDL-8700-H industrial sewing machine to one of our lucky readers.

Some time ago we published an article asking readers if they thought they needed an industrial sewing machine.  Well, the response was overwhelming and it seems like many, many readers are either already happy owners of industrial sewing machines or aspiring ones.  So, this time, we decided to give away something truly special, a genuine, heavy-duty, industrial sewing machine!

Please take a minute to read through this article and the roughly 150 detailed comments by our readers.  I'm sure you'll find it interesting and may help you determine if you actually need an industrial sewing machine.  I think you'll probably conclude “yes”..

Do You Need An Industrial Sewing Machine?

About Juki

According to Wikipedia, Juki ranks as the number 1 sewing machine manufacturer in the world!

The company was established in 1938 and manufactures its products in Japan, China, and Vietnam and sells in over 170 countries around the world.

The company is particularly renowned for its industrial sewing machines which are used in factories all over the world and this is what we're giving away in this competition.

Let's have a look at the Juki DDL-8700-H Industrial Sewing Machine

This machine is also currently available at Amazon for the RRP of $749.00 if you just can't wait.. but Amazon is also a great place to go to check out all the reviews and advice on this machine if you're going to hold out for the giveaway.  Feel free to click below to check it out!

The machine has many 5-star reviews and here's just a sample:

Ends March 22nd

The giveaway for the Juki DDL-8700-H industrial sewing machine will conclude on Sunday, March 22nd.

We'll be announcing the winner via our weekly Sunday newsletter email list so please make sure to sign up if you want to hear right away.

ENTRY FORM AT BOTTOM OF PAGE

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There are a couple of different ways to enter.  Make sure you get in as many entries as possible to increase your chances.  We'll be adding more ways to enter as the contest progresses so please check back from time to time.  As always, the best way to really improve your chances is to enter daily and use the button to share the contest with your friends.  You'll get a free entry each time they enter using your link.

Our sponsor has stepped up to cover international shipping (you'll need to pay local import duties if any) so this contest is open WORLDWIDE!  However, please keep in mind that this machine is shipping from the US and so will have a 110v motor.  If you live in a country with 230 or 240v power, it should be pretty easy to get a transformer, but please just keep this in mind.

If you want a bit more information on the history of the Juki brand, please watch the video below.

If you'd like to know a bit more about what fantastic things you can door with the Juki DDL-8700H, please have a look at this video where the machine is practically torture tested and shown sewing thin dress pant material all the way up to 14 layers of heavy-duty vinyl without even skipping a stitch.  Amazing!

Enter HERE

Juki DDL-8700H Giveaway

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This giveaway was sponsored by our friends at Industrial Plastics in Brisbane, Australia.  For any sort of custom plastic fabrication services, including custom plastic chemical tanks, please give them a call.

The other sponsor was Spartan Doors in Newcastle, Australia.  Spartan is a leading manufacturer of fire-rated doors, life safety doors, and pressed metal door frames with customers across Australia.

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4,811 Responses to NEW Juki Industrial Sewing Machine Giveaway

  1. Bruce Robbins says:

    This would make great scarves for gifts.

  2. Bruce Robbins says:

    Amazing machine. Thanks for presenting this prize!

  3. Bruce Robbins says:

    I would make appliance covers for my kitchen

  4. Bruce Robbins says:

    Make some awesome earmuffs

  5. Bruce Robbins says:

    I would make custom pajamas

  6. Bruce Robbins says:

    I would make a double breasted suit with this stuff

  7. Bruce Robbins says:

    I would like to make a vest with this material!

  8. nathalie lavenu says:

    j’aurai bien besoin d’une telle machine pour pouvoir fabriquer des masques en tissu de façon plus rapide qu’avec ma machine actuelle. Trop de pénurie de cet article 🙁

    I will need such a machine to be able to make fabric masks faster than with my current machine. Too much shortage of this article 🙁

  9. Shirley says:

    I would do mending for the senoir home and make figet quilts for alzeihmer patients.

  10. Katherine says:

    can’t honestly say I NEED one but would love to HAVE one —

  11. Sandy Farnham says:

    I would make dresses for Dress A Girl Around The World project

  12. Carla Herman says:

    New napkins and tablecloth and maybe some new bags to match.

  13. Julie munro says:

    I would make a quilt for my family

  14. Madonna Moses says:

    I would make a sun hat. I love the bright and cheerfulness of the fabric.

  15. Branka Čelić says:

    Who is the winner?

  16. Mrs S Morreale says:

    Due to current climate I would make face masks to help reduce the spread of Coronavirus

  17. Beverley Mason says:

    This Machine looks great on my sewing table, good amagination Yes Please.

  18. Sandy Lightfoot says:

    I would make a table cloth with matching placemats

  19. Rebecca Casey says:

    Really pretty placemats and table centers. It is so sunny and bright!

  20. vivoaks says:

    Since it’s rayon, it would have to be a dress. I can see it now, swirling around when you twirl… Rayon is such a nice fabric for summery dresses!!

  21. Betty Hankinson says:

    Cute sunhat with flounce brim

  22. Mary A Orr says:

    More face masks, totes, and purses!

  23. VinDeb says:

    A sweet little romper for my granddaughter.

  24. Karen Broski says:

    I would add some embroidery and make a new lunchbox for my daughter… This is her favorite color!

  25. Pat Melton says:

    I would make quilts, do leather work, sew for my great grand children and do all my hobby sewing.

  26. Cindy Brooks says:

    A table runner from Fabtrends Rayon Soleil Lemon Branches Mint fabric would be nuce!

  27. Karen Propes says:

    I would love to make a blouse with this fabric. Just so pretty.

  28. Kathleen Kelley says:

    The lemon print would be a cute kimono for a swimsuit cover up

  29. Sharon Schneeberger says:

    I would make a backpack.

  30. Lilly says:

    matching Christmas PJs!!

  31. Stephanie Ramage-Liu says:

    I would make a dress!

  32. Lou says:

    It’s still warm here so I’d be making a knee length summer dress.

  33. raceus says:

    i love rayon for a light summer top

  34. HollyO says:

    I’d make a reusable grocery bag out of the cute lemon fabric!

  35. Kathy says:

    Definitely a sundress.

  36. April Emery says:

    I have a thing for aprons, and it would make a gorgeous apron!

  37. Janice Messali says:

    I’d make a handbag and matching scarf.

  38. Katrika Scott says:

    Summer dresses for sure, a caftan dress, I’d love to make one of the dresses from Simplicity/Jiffy 1059. As for the machine, I’ve always wanted an Industrial machine, the stitches are always perfect. I’d make a variety of bags and clutches; leather and canvas

  39. Lisa hull says:

    Purse lining!

  40. Giuseppa S. says:

    Would love to make a tablecloth with this fabric.

What do you think?