Types of Sewing Machines

Sewing machines are usually bifurcated on the basis of their functionality and the end result it gives on the cloth. 

Lockstitch or Domestic sewing machine - There are sewing machines that work on a paddling mat also called as the feet presser and a hand steering, these are usually for beginners. These don’t have any electrical parts on them. 

Industrial sewing machine - It is an electric version of the domestic one which saves some time and a little bit of effort. There are so many different sizes and colors and models available in these ones. some of them are even battery operated and portable.

Embroidery machine - These are the machines that help add fancy to your clothing range from your pillow covers to napkins. These are a bit expensive and electronic. Some have designs already embedded so the work can be done but some give the liberty to the tailor to design their embroidery. Janome MB 4S Four Needle Embroidery Machine

Overlocker or Serger - The machines that cross stitch and lock fabrics into one are the ones that we are talking about here. There are two different ones available - two threads and three threads - The threads lock the fabric with two or three cross and threads. Janome 634D

Button-holler - Garments are put through this sewing machine to have buttons sewed quickly into them with great efficiency, The machines have a huge needle and then a 4-needle holder that attaches the button one after another.

Computer sewing machines - A machine with a small LCD screen and the feature of taking an image of the internet and doing the exact same type of sewing and giving the end result without any hassle. Juki HZL DX7 Computerized Sewing and Quilting Machine

The ones listed above are just a few main types of sewing machines and all of this information will help you differentiate between all of these and be easily recognizable.