How to Use Sewing Machine Review Sites to Buy Sewing Machines Online

Here is what you want to read in the customer reviews:


Start by reading the sewing machine reviews and look at the number of customers that have reviewed the sewing machine.  Reviews from lots of customers will be more accurate overall than those from just a few customers.

Read the reviews that are marked as ones that other people found most helpful.  They are usually the sewing machine reviews at the top of the list of customer reviews

Use the five star rating systems as a quick and visual way to see the average customer review ranking which is calculated by adding up all the reviews and dividing by the number of customers who submitted reviews for the sewing machines.

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The best quality sewing machine reviews will be those that give the most detailed information. This information will educate you about the various stitches, presser foot/feet and accessories for each sewing machine and how the customers rated them.

Dates of sewing machine reviews

Study the dates of each review to determine if they are enough to continue to be relevant for this sewing machine today.  Very old reviews are not always applicable to current manufacturer’s models

New & Updated Daily

Read new and fresh sewing machine reviews on a reputable site that updates customer comments on a daily basis.

True & Unbiased

Focus on reports from customers that are actual users/sewers of the sewing machine you are considering buying online, which are naturally unbiased and true, as opposed to the manufacturer’s brand description and reviews which are generally sales oriented.


How much sewing experience does the reviewer have?

Try and match up your own level of sewing experience with the customer review.  If you are a beginner sewer another beginner sewer opinions and experience of the sewing machine are more relevant.  Whereas an advanced sewer may find a beginner sewer views to be lacking in the more complex information they require.


Go to a sewing machine review website that is run by real sewers who have years of knowledge about the various sewing machines and may have owned and sewn on many types and brands of sewing machines over their years of enjoying sewing as a hobby.


Jason Conger Attacks rival GOP Senate Candidate Monika Wehby on hot-button Issues

Conger’s email comes as new campaign finance reports show that he has lagged behind Wehby, a pediatric neurosurgeon from Portland, in fundraising. Her candidacy — for the seat held by Democratic Sen. Jeff Merkley — has also attracted much more national press attention than has Conger.

The email compares Conger’s “pro-life” stand with Wehby’s belief that abortion is a woman’s “personal decision.” He also says he opposes granting amnesty to immigrants who are in the country illegally while noting that Wehby has talked about finding a way to “legalize people who are here.”

In addition, Conger seeks to tie Wehby, a former member of the American Medical Association’s board, to that organization’s support for gun control. And he quotes her as saying that it’s “not politically viable” to repeal the new federal health care law at this point.

Conger said he sought to accurately portray where the two candidates stood on the issues and said: “Isn’t the election supposed to be about giving voters choices and being clear about that?”

UPDATE: Wehby’s campaign manager, Charles Pearce, called it “sad that Jason Conger has decided his campaign’s only chance is for him to attack like the career politician he is – by distorting Monica Wehby’s positions and slinging mud.”

Pearce also charged that Conger had a “long liberal record where he voted with the Democrats on Cover Oregon, Common Core, and the Columbia River Crossing.” Conger has defended all of those votes, saying he had limited options to get the options he wanted as a minority member of the state House.

Wehby’s campaign did not have an immediate response. But Wehby has previously said she disagrees with the position taken by the American Medical Association and is a strong supporter of gun rights. And she has noted that she opposed President Barack Obama’s proposed new health care law in a 2009 video. In her campaign, she has said she would work for a series of sweeping changes to the new law if elected.

Her campaign has also cast doubt on whether the two have different views on immigration.

A newly released disclosure report said that Conger had raised just under $215,000 in the last three months of 2013. Wehby has said she raised about $500,000 during that same period.