Creative Sewing Courses & Workshops for Everyone

Creative Sewing Courses & Workshops for Everyone

Sewing Machine Service

Professional Sewing Machine Servicing, Repair and Restoration.

ONE STITCH AT A TIME

SEWING MACHINE NOT WORKING WELL?

Is your Sewing machine or Overlocker not stitching as it should? Is the timing out, belt worn, stitches skipping. Colour and Cloth provide professional sewing machine servicing & repairs for all brands Modern and Vintage sewing machines.

What is the difference between a Machine Service and Repair.

  1. Machine Service usually involves routine maintenance and cleaning of a sewing machine to ensure it is functioning properly. This can include oiling, adjusting tensions, checking and replacing needles, and checking the machine for any broken or worn parts. Sewing machine service is typically performed on a regular basis to keep the machine in good working order and prevent potential breakdowns.
  2. Machine Repair involves fixing a sewing machine that is not functioning properly or has stopped working altogether. This can involve diagnosing and repairing specific issues with the machine, such as replacing broken parts, needle arm alignment, bobbin part issues, fixing jammed or tangled threads, seized parts, repairing electronic components which needs to be fixed returning the sewing machine to correct working functioning.


Please note
:*Any additional parts required for service or repair are extra cost.

WHAT WE DO

  • Extend the working reliability and mechanical operating parts of your sewing machine.
  • Provide a complete Sewing machine (Vintage and Modern) and Overlocker repair and service.
  • Pre-inspect every machine, test stitch, covers removed, machine strip down and examination of moving parts.
  • Stitch tension, Needle alignment, Needle arm and Bobbin alignment adjustments to ensure great stitching.
  • Deep clean; overtime old oil, grease dry out this becomes a hardened sticky paste.
  • Foot pedal electrics checked.
  • Thorough test stitching carried out with various stitching with proof example provided.
  • Provide a detailed service repair report with every invoice.
  • Hygienically clean sewing machine before returning back to our customers.

 24hr Turnaround  Unique Service*

Sewing Machine Servicing and Repairs

SEWING MACHINE REPAIRS

We carry out repairs on sewing machines Modern and Vintage like SINGER, Alfa, Elna, Jones, NEWHOME and Overlockers. If your sewing machine requires replacement parts, repair work including electrical work. Please Contact us our aim is to provide you with friendly and professional sewing machine service and we want you to enjoy sewing with confidence using your machine for years to come.

5*Reviews

Colour and Cloth Ltd5.0 Based on 69 reviews fromSee all reviews review us onanya hannaanya hanna ★★★★★ Just had a one to one class with Christine. It was brilliant! As a complete sewing machine novice I now feel confident enough to do everything from a multitude of different stitch styles on different fabrics to sewing button holes and zips! She taught me all the basics including how to wind on a bobbin, thread up and strip down the machine and tackle most rogue issues!! Brian was brilliant too and had serviced my lovely singer machine that had been sitting in a box for 10 years… since it was bought! I would thoroughly recommend them both! ThankyouLynn AndersonLynn Anderson ★★★★★ I ver much enjoyed my classes with Christine! She's very knowledgeable and able to adapt things when I had problems with my pattern. The small group in the class were a lovely, friendly group of people. I'd thoroughly recommend!OliviaOlivia ★★★★★ I just finished the 7 week beginner's course after a 10 year hiatus from sewing. I absolutely loved it, the classes are intensive but every week from when I entered until when I left Christine's studio it was like entering a time warp! 3 hours felt like 20 minutes as I learnt so many practical sewing skills. Christine is such an inspirational person with her creative projects and she absolutely reignited my love for sewing with her excellent teaching skills, creativity, patience and encouragement. Thank you Christine!RosieRosie ★★★★★ I recently completed the 7-week sewing course at Colour and Cloth, mend and repair, led by the talented instructor Christine. Overall, it was a worthwhile experience that expanded my knowledge and skills in the world of sewing.Christine's expertise in mending and repairing textiles was evident from the start. She shared valuable insights on how to breathe new life into worn-out garments. Her passion for sustainable fashion and the importance of reducing waste resonated throughout the course.Christine's teaching style was clear and concise, making it easy to follow along and understand the intricacies of each method. She provided hands-on demonstrations and offered individualized guidance, ensuring that every participant felt supported and confident in their abilities.The small class size allowed for a collaborative and supportive environment. Sharing ideas and learning from fellow participants added an extra layer of inspiration and motivation. Christine fostered a sense of camaraderie among us, creating a space where we felt comfortable asking questions and seeking feedback from one another.I would highly recommend this course to anyone interested in mending and repairing textiles while embracing their creativity.Audrey PalnochAudrey Palnoch ★★★★★ I have attended the Intermediate sewing course with Christine and have learnt so much. I am a self taught sewer and had a lot of bad habits. Christine is such a brilliant teacher she brings the best out of each of us. She is patient and encourages each of us to stretch ourselves but more than that guiding us along the way with her wealth of experience. I thoroughly recommend completing a sewing course with Christine that’s why I’ve signed up for another one!Kathryn McBrideKathryn McBride ★★★★★ Having found Colour & Cloth online, Christine directed me to Brian who kindly overhauled and serviced my lovely treasure of a find: (a beautiful hand crank sewing machine "Sylvia" made by Harrods) and traced the model number back to 1876. The quick turnaround on servicing and knowledge of machines is impressive in itself and Brian's joy on seeing such a machine was obvious.By way of a one to one lesson, Christine took me through the absolute basics of sewing from how to thread "Sylvia" to stitching in various forms. She has also guided me in the best threads and fabrics to use to get the best from this older machine.Christine's knowledge and genuine passion of fabrics and sewing is infectious and her patience with me as the beginner has set me up to find joy in using this lovely instrument.Thank you Brian and Christine.js_loader
anya hanna
anya hanna
1707926890
Just had a one to one class with Christine. It was brilliant! As a complete sewing machine novice I now feel confident enough to do everything from a multitude of different stitch styles on different fabrics to sewing button holes and zips! She taught me all the basics including how to wind on a bobbin, thread up and strip down the machine and tackle most rogue issues!! Brian was brilliant too and had serviced my lovely singer machine that had been sitting in a box for 10 years… since it was bought! I would thoroughly recommend them both! Thankyou
Lynn Anderson
Lynn Anderson
1702651709
I ver much enjoyed my classes with Christine! She's very knowledgeable and able to adapt things when I had problems with my pattern. The small group in the class were a lovely, friendly group of people. I'd thoroughly recommend!
Olivia
Olivia
1702407302
I just finished the 7 week beginner's course after a 10 year hiatus from sewing. I absolutely loved it, the classes are intensive but every week from when I entered until when I left Christine's studio it was like entering a time warp! 3 hours felt like 20 minutes as I learnt so many practical sewing skills. Christine is such an inspirational person with her creative projects and she absolutely reignited my love for sewing with her excellent teaching skills, creativity, patience and encouragement. Thank you Christine!
Rosie
Rosie
1700842534
I recently completed the 7-week sewing course at Colour and Cloth, mend and repair, led by the talented instructor Christine. Overall, it was a worthwhile experience that expanded my knowledge and skills in the world of sewing.Christine's expertise in mending and repairing textiles was evident from the start. She shared valuable insights on how to breathe new life into worn-out garments. Her passion for sustainable fashion and the importance of reducing waste resonated throughout the course.Christine's teaching style was clear and concise, making it easy to follow along and understand the intricacies of each method. She provided hands-on demonstrations and offered individualized guidance, ensuring that every participant felt supported and confident in their abilities.The small class size allowed for a collaborative and supportive environment. Sharing ideas and learning from fellow participants added an extra layer of inspiration and motivation. Christine fostered a sense of camaraderie among us, creating a space where we felt comfortable asking questions and seeking feedback from one another.I would highly recommend this course to anyone interested in mending and repairing textiles while embracing their creativity.
Audrey Palnoch
Audrey Palnoch
1698671489
I have attended the Intermediate sewing course with Christine and have learnt so much. I am a self taught sewer and had a lot of bad habits. Christine is such a brilliant teacher she brings the best out of each of us. She is patient and encourages each of us to stretch ourselves but more than that guiding us along the way with her wealth of experience. I thoroughly recommend completing a sewing course with Christine that’s why I’ve signed up for another one!
Kathryn McBride
Kathryn McBride
1669669118
Having found Colour & Cloth online, Christine directed me to Brian who kindly overhauled and serviced my lovely treasure of a find: (a beautiful hand crank sewing machine "Sylvia" made by Harrods) and traced the model number back to 1876. The quick turnaround on servicing and knowledge of machines is impressive in itself and Brian's joy on seeing such a machine was obvious.By way of a one to one lesson, Christine took me through the absolute basics of sewing from how to thread "Sylvia" to stitching in various forms. She has also guided me in the best threads and fabrics to use to get the best from this older machine.Christine's knowledge and genuine passion of fabrics and sewing is infectious and her patience with me as the beginner has set me up to find joy in using this lovely instrument.Thank you Brian and Christine.
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