Beautiful thread embroidery has been around for thousands of years, used to embellish garments, decor, and items of all kinds.

Like all other types of sewing, it started with the humble needle and thread; yet today there is machine embroidery that gives you the ability to make incredible thread designs on just about any fabric you could want.

Though many do decorative hand embroidery as a hobby, there are some really great reasons why you might want to try embroidering with an embroidery machine too.

Whether you use a popular sewing and embroidery combo machine or step up to a professional model like the Janome MB-4S embroidery machine, check out these notable reasons why embroidering with a machine could be perfect for the things you want to create!

Machine Embroidery Is More Precise

The biggest difference between embroidery done on an embroidery machine and that done by hand is that your machine-stitched designs will come out flawless with no mistakes.

You won’t have to spend hours and hours learning and practicing all those fancy stitches, either.

With control over everything from stitch length and density to being able to create and edit artwork to make whatever design you want and end up with a precision design that looks great.

No matter if you’re making a gift for someone, items for personal use, or items for resale, you’ll be very happy with how your stitched designs turn out. 

Machine Embroidery Looks More Professional

With the thousands upon thousands of pre-made art files and the many alphanumeric fonts available to use with basic machines all the way up to models like the Janome MB-4S Four Needle, you can create incredible stitched designs that look like they were professionally made.

Not only will all your items look really impressive, your machine gives you the ability to make some income doing monogramming, logo embellishment, and even custom embroidery work for customers who will pay for your services or your embroidered products.

Machine Embroidery Is Much Faster

Another fantastic thing about doing embroidery with a machine is how fast it is in comparison to hand-stitching.

You’ll initially need to devote some time to learning how to use your machine; however, then you can create beautiful designs and monogramming in mere minutes.

All you have to do is load and/or edit the artwork you want to embroider, set up the machine with the right colored threads, hoop your fabric and stabilizer, and then leave the rest to the machine!

Because they stitch so fast, as many as a thousand or more stitches per minute, you can duplicate your design or load in new art to quickly create multiple items in a fraction of the time it would take to stitch them by hand.

Machine Embroidery Is Creative, Fun, and Efficient

If you enjoy the heirloom pastime of using a needle and thread to create embroidered embellishments and decorative items and love that kind of handiwork, then perhaps machine embroidery is not for you.

If you like embroidery and wish you could make more things using this technique or want to stitch higher-quality designs, a Janome embroidery machine might be perfect.

Can’t make up your mind?

Let the machine handle the intricate stuff while you stitch away at your hand-made art pieces and experience the best of both worlds!