Sewing Machine Repair Books

Troubleshooting

Our sewing machine repair books are perfect for troubleshooting common issues.

Diagnostics

Learn how to diagnose mechanical issues with your sewing machines and find the cause of the problem.

Servicing

Keep your sewing machines running smoothly long term

Books

The go to place for repairing a variety of sewing machines with a dedicated book, guide or manual.

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Sewing Machine Repair books and guides

We have been writing sewing machine repair books, guides and manuals for many years. You can find the whole list here but we are starting to add them to our new site. Please see our latest editions below and be sure to come back and check when more have been added.

Introduction 

The new book from Artizan Training provides the most comprehensive guide to understanding and maintaining your lockstitch sewing machine. You’ll learn to understand the inner workings and be able to diagnose faults and perform adjustments with ease. Keep your sewing machine running smoothly with our Domestic Lockstitch “U-Fix it Book” – Sewing Machine Repairs. 

 

This comprehensive 200 page hardback manual has been written by two qualified engineers with a wealth of experience in the sewing machine repair and servicing industry.

 

Who is it for?

This book is perfect for beginners and professionals alike. It’s a must have guide for home sewers who want to develop their knowledge and understanding of their sewing machines. The more experienced sewers or mechanical technicians can use this book as a detailed resource to troubleshoot and fix sewing machines on the go. We are sure it will be one of the most valuable tools in your repair kit.

 

£49.50

 

 

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Alan Williams

Author and training Instructor

A sewing machine mechanic with 40+ years experience. Alan now trains the technicians of the future and writes about his life experience with sewing machines. 

Ian McCrudden

Author and engineer

Ian has been an engineer for 40+ years and has now retrained to service sewing machines.