Toyota Power FabriQ - The new modern standard in Heavy Duty sewing

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When buying a new Sewing Machine, you want to consider that you may want to at some point fix a strap on a bag, recover a seat or sew a pair of curtains. Introducing the latest new Toyota Sewing Machine, The Power FabriQ 17.

Toyota has a range of sewing machines that are suitable for different projects. The brand new Toyota Power FabriQ is a fantastic all round sewing machine with the ability to sew thick materials with ease such as Canvas, Denim and Leather.

Rated to up to 4.5mm of leather or 12 layers of denim material, the Power FabriQ is one of the strongest domestic machine available on the market. This is thanks to it's Powerful motor with SuperJeans technology and Dual pulley system that generates greater torque and impact pressure at the needle.

Toyota being a Japanese brand produce fantastic quality machines and they have demonstrated after a long period of research and development that their latest Power FabriQ machine was worth the wait.

We love that it comes with a separate straight stitch needle plate and dedicated feet for many types of sewing. The grey colour gives the machine a more industrial feel and single dial operation makes it a breeze to use straight out of the box.

Unlike some of it's "heavy duty" competitors from Singer and Brother, the Toyota can fit an extension table giving you an extended work space. Ideal for larger projects such as quilting and curtains.

Main Features 
● 17 stitch programmes inc. stretch stitches

● SuperJeans technology + Dual pully system
● Built-in needle threader
● 5.2kg - portable weight

Standard Accessories: 2x Standard needle, 2x Jeans needle, 1x Ball point needle, 2 x leather needle, Straight stitch needle plate, Gliding foot, Zigzag foot, Overcasting foot, Zipper foot, Blind hem foot, 4 step Buttonhole foot, 2x Plastic bobbin, Spool cap, Buttonhole cutter, Sewing guide, Needle plate screw driver

Price: £249.95

Buy Toyota Power FabriQ |  Download the leaflet


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