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Our team of dedicated sewers and network of local, independent retailers are committed to supporting you through every stitch. From online resources and customer service to expert advice from our ambassadors, educators and partners, we have everything you need to sew, create and become inspired.

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Meet the talented makers who make up the Baby Lock Ambassador team! They share their latest creations, tips and tricks, and tutorials through their online social media communities.

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Meet the talented makers who make up the Baby Lock Educator Team. When they are not traveling across the United States and Canada teaching at local Baby Lock retailer stores, you can find them sharing tips and inspiration in their Facebook Groups.

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Partners are brands or makers in the sewing industry who work with Baby Lock on special education programs, campaigns, and events.

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Newborn Baby PhotoStitch by Denise P.

Denise used photostitch in Palette 11 to transform a newborn picture of her granddaughter into a beautiful masterpiece.


18th Century English Gown by Charlie

Charlie created this 18th Century English gown with the help of her Baby Lock Destiny machine and Floriani threads. It is part machine sewn, but a lot of hand sewing too. The embroidery pattern she used is called the Jacobean "Tree of Life" and is a historical reproduction from Art Embroidery. She made every part of this outfit except for the shoes and stockings.


Sashiko Quilt by Christa H.

Christa H. made this quilt with her Baby Lock Sashiko. It features 25 blocks that are 18 x 18 inches. Plus, each block has a different design!


Two Fruitti Birthday Outfit by Johanna H.

Johanna made a beautiful birthday outfit for her granddaughter's second birthday. The outfit included an embroidery top (design from TRCapplique on Etsy), shorts, and matching mom and daughter scrunchies.


Crumb Quilt by Sue A. of Canada

This intricate quilt was pieced together using the Baby Lock Crescendo and then quilted with the Coronet.

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SewED Classes

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Facebook Groups

Connect with other makers to expand your skill set, share project ideas and learn a new technique!

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