Should I Buy A Juki 2010
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The Juki TL-2010Q is a high-performance sewing and quilting machine. The TL-2010Q is a single needle, lock-stitch, portable machine, constructed of aluminum die-casting to ensure industrial-quality sewing. With advanced features, such an industrial sub-tension system, variable speed control slider, and bright white LED lighting, this machine is built for precision sewing. With a large work area of up to 23 inches (with auxiliary table attached), the TL-2010Q can handle large quilt, sewing or home decor project with ease.
I own 2 juki 2010 sewing machines one in my home in wisconsin and one in San Miguel de Allende. These machines are virtually trouble free. They sew like speed demons and make a perfect stitch. They are reliable, long lasting, fabulous work horses! I formerly sewed on Bernina 1120s and honestly am having trouble going back to them. These Juki 2010s are the BOMB! There are many similar jukis in the TL line and I assume they function also with great ease.
I first became interested in the Juki TL-2010Q when I saw it popping up in my Instagram feed from all sorts of quilters, including Sew Can She, Cluck Cluck Sew, and Crafty Gemini. Thinking that if these fabulous quilters would want one, maybe I would too!
I should mention that this machine is ALSO known for its great free-motion-quilting abilities. I used this machine the one and only time I attempted FMQ on a project, and I can say that it was a (fairly) painless experience. The stitches were hilariously uneven, but I think we can all agree that was due to operator error, rather than the machine.
If the story of my life with the Juki TL-2010Q was a movie, this would be the part where there would be a montage of me trying every single possible thing to get the walking foot to work for me (failing every time and getting more and more frustrated). Sadly, there would be no triumphant moment at the end when I finally conquered the walking foot.
The JUKI TL-2010Q is a high-performance sewing and quilting machine. The TL-2010Q is a single needle, lock-stitch, portable machine constructed of aluminum die-casting to ensure industrial-quality sewing.
Perfect for various projects, this machine offers the ability to drop the feed dogs for free-motion quilting and straight stitch sewing. Create jaw-dropping quilts with excellent stitch quality every time, and enjoy the speed that the TL-2010Q offers! Enjoy the accessories and features at their total capacity with our wide range of feet included in this model.
With advanced features, such as an industrial sub-tension system, variable speed control slider, and bright white LED lighting, this machine is built for precision sewing. With a large work area of up to 23 inches (with an auxiliary table attached), the TL-2010Q can handle large quilt, handbag making, or home decor projects with ease. Experience this workhorse sewing machine today!
I've had my Juki TL-2010Q for over 2 years and am pleased to report that I still love it as much as the day I first bought it! This machine has the best (and most practical) features for everyday sewing and quilting.
For several months, I debated back and forth about purchasing a Juki TL-2010Q sewing machine in order to expand my quilting skills. I tested it twice in local stores as well as saw it demonstrated at Quilt Market. For the most part, I was extremely impressed with the machine and how it was totally designed for quilters.
I emailed and called friends who owned this machine and asked their overall opinion. After all of my research and questions I knew that the Juki TL-2010Q would be an excellent choice for me as a new quilter. In late December, I finally made the decision to purchase this machine.
I actually started this blog using a Juki TL-98 QE and actually quilted far more back then and never experienced this type of pain or headaches. So switching to the updated Juki TL-2010 Q just makes sense!
I've been using the Juki 2010Q for about 6 months now. I'm so happy to see you are using it too. I love it. I too made the LED modification. Thank you for sharing the hopping foot modification. I will need to do that. I look forward to seeing you "quilt it up" on your new machine!
So, it isn't just me! I've had all kinds of neck and shoulder problems since buying the Janome Horizon 7700 four years ago, and have struggled tremendously with ridiculous posture in order to see under and around that fat machine-head. Same with the Horizon 8900. Grrrrrr. I love everything else about the Horizon machines, but this is a big deal. What I'm doing now is lowering my chair more than I should and using a slight 'chicken-wing' arm position, BUT bracing my elbows on the table when I do. It has helped a lot, but I know that's not really proper posture and could probably cause its own issues down the road if I do it too much. Anyway, thanks for telling us about the switch and why you made it. I had thought maybe my bi-focals were the problem.
I am so glad to see this video. My Singer has become temperamental and will no longer stitch from right to left, so I am finally moving up to a dedicated machine for quilting and piecing. It was a toss up between the Brother PQ-1500 and this Juki TL 2010Q. I am looking forward to making this purchase and I'm sure it will make a huge difference in my quilting. Keep up the good work, Leah, you are very talented.
Yesterday I saw your newsletter come in with the heading "Leah's Quilting With a Walking Foot?" and had to read it. I've been wanting to learn to do more than just ditch quilting and straight lines with the walking foot. Watching the video I noticed you were sewing on a different machine so I had to find out why. When the Janome Horizon 7700 first came out I ran to the store and bought it. Honestly I wondered if I was the only one that couldn't see behind the foot. I tried lowering my chair but it didn't make much difference and that really bothered my legs. Every time I tried twisting my head to see around the bulk of the machine head I'd sew a squiggly line. I've been trying to learn free motion quilting and have done a few quilts but only with much frustration. My poor husband has been having to endure listening to my complaints after spending a large amt of money for the Horizon. I watched your video and had my husband watch it last night and we decided a Juki was in order. I am happy to say that I just got back from my dealer with a brand spanking new Juki TL 2010Q! The dealer also told me the Janome free motion foot fits the Juki as does their open toe walking foot (not what came with Janome). Now I just need a new plexie glass for my Horn cabinet and I'll be off and running and hoping my stitches improve. Thank you Leah for your honest appraisal! Let keep quilting!!!
I am 65 and have arthritis in my neck 2-6th vertabreas, but I have used my Pfaff 2040 and I purchased a Brother Isadore which I love, it has a large harp too. The one thing I noticed is I can't handle a large quilt, so I now quilt all my quilts a block at a time. I learned how from Georgia Bonesteel's lap quilting books. This has saved my neck. Make sure you take frequent breaks, it is not good to hold your shoulders and neck in one position longer than 10 to 15 minutes at a time. This sewing combination works for me. Just thought I would share. Proper ergonomic positioning at you machine and the height of you machine and chair makes a world of difference too. I also have a small flex arm LED light I set up to give more light too. Leah took your class on Craftsy, great class.
I tried to do the same to my foot as you did in the video and set my my juki 2010q the same but it wont sew. I have no stitches or very long skipped stitches. I put the metal piece back on the foot and it sews great. What am i doing wrong?Thank youWendy
Note from Editor: The Juki TL 2010Q Review was originally written in 2014. It has been reviewed and revised again in 2023 to provide further details and alternatives to this amazing industrial sewing machine
The new Juki TL-2010Q is a high-performance sewing and quilting machine. The TL-2010Q is a single-needle, lock-stitch, portable machine, constructed of aluminum die-casting to ensure industrial-quality sewing and quilting. This machine is made for precise sewing, with features like an industrial sub-tension system, a slider for changing the speed, and bright white LED lights. With a large work area of up to 23 inches (with auxiliary table attached), the TL-2000Qi can handle large quilting, sewing, or home decor projects with ease.Some of my favorite features are the needle up/needle down, speed control, and thread cutter. The thread cutter works when you bounce your heel back and forth on the foot pedal. This is a sturdy workhorse that is strong and nicely made. It only has a straight stitch, though.
The Juki HZL F600 is a great quilting and sewing alternative to the Juki TL 2010Q, and the Juki DDL-8700 is a great industrial straight stitch machine. You can also have a look at either of these based on your requirementJuki HZL-F600 Computerized Sewing and Quilting Machine4.5$1,199.00This is a digitally powered industrial device that comes with basic, stretch, decorative, letter, and buttonhole stitches, among the 255 built-in stitches that may be used to create embroidery designs that suit your needs. Simply press a button to choose your stitches, and the LCD display will show your choice. This sewing machine has a handy, jam-resistant, automated needle threader that makes it simple to thread the needle eye without wearing out or becoming frustrated with your eyes. From one function to the next, everything flows well on this device. It has many functions and is simple to use. The design is straightforward, but lovely and useful. There is plenty of room for maneuvering in the needle and foot areas.View DealBuy on Amazon03/29/2023 04:30 am GMT Juki DDL-8700 Industrial Straight Stitch Sewing Machine4.6$850.79This device is best known for its incredible speed. If you're looking to buy your first industrial sewing machine, the Juki DDL-8700 is a cool piece of equipment with an energy-saving servo motor that won't sound like it's taking off. This one can stitch at speeds of up to 5,500 rpm, making it perfect for high-speed sewing. It's simple to elevate the presser foot with your hands or your knees, which is especially helpful if you want to free up your hands. It has both straight and reverse stitches and even features self-oiling! 781b155fdc