The staff at Sewing Machine Mart, serving creative customers since 1950, welcomes you to our store family. With a combined total of 96 years experience in the sewing/embroidery and technical fields, our staff is committed to serving your needs. Our goal is to help you find just the right machine to fit your needs, and aid you with our special Product Orientation Sessions and free machine service on your machine's first year anniversary, so you can maximize your enjoyment for many years to come. We also provide full service and support in the areas of embroidery, software, sergers, and all the other great products you can explore in today's great world of technology. From beginner to advanced, we have the one that's perfect for you! And yes, WE DO TAKE TRADE-INS!!!
So if you want to go with an experienced team you can trust, and staff that will be here to help you as we have since 1950, we invite you to come by, get to know us, and let us help you with whatever needs you might have. We appreciate your business, and want to always be there to serve you.
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Sewing Machine Mart's Creative Button Challenge
Thanks to our wonderfully creative customers who participated in our Creative Button Challenge Contest, to help us raise awareness about the efforts of The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. You inspired so many with your creativity, the store ultimately donated $1,000 to AFSP, and we wanted to display your creative art on our website for tens of thousands to enjoy. Click here to view all of the Button Challenge entries. (Many pictures; takes a minute or so to load...) The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, AFSP, is the only national not-for-profit organization exclusively dedicated to understanding and preventing suicide through research and education, and to reaching out to people with mood disorders and those affected by suicide. Please read more about their efforts at http://www.afsp.org.