Sewing Machine Serve and Repair In Orlando Florida

Something not working the way it should or in need of a tune up on your home sewing machine, embroidery machine or serger?

The Sewing Studio Fabric Superstore’s sewing machine repair department services and repairs Babylock, Brother, Janome and Juki home sewing machines, embroidery machines and sergers. Our in house technicians have a combined 55+ years of experience working on many brands of sewing machines.

We warranty all in house repairs for 30 days. We believe in “Honest work done at a fair price”. If you are located in the Greater Orlando area or The Villages feel free to drop off your sewing machine, serger or embroidery machine anytime we are open!

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You can drop off or pick up your machine anytime we are open. Machine pickup/drop off is at our front counter. Click Here for store hours.

What We Service

The Sewing Studio Fabric Superstore (Maitland)

  • Babylock
  • Brother
  • Janome
  • Juki
  • Most Singer Models (Exemptions: Quantum & Futura)
  • Most Older Mechanical Machines

The Sewing Studio At Lady Lake

  • Babylock
  • Brother
  • Most Older Mechanical Machines


* We do not service / repair newer electronic Berninas, Vikings or Pfaffs
** Please remove older machines from cabinets
*** We do not offer a road call service at this time

Items to bring when having your machine serviced:

  • Sewing Machines
    • Power Cord (Not Necessary On Babylock or Brother)
    • Foot Control (Not Necessary On Babylock or Brother)
    • Standard Sewing Foot On Machine
    • Bobbin Case In Machine W/ Bobbin
  • Embroidery Machines (single needle home machines)
    • Power Cord (Not Necessary On Babylock or Brother)
    • Foot Control (Not Necessary On Babylock or Brother)
    • Embroidery Unit
    • Embroidery Foot On Machine
    • Bobbin Case In Machine W/ Bobbin
    • Embroidery Hoop (Not Necessary On Babylock or Brother)
  • Sergers
    • Power Cord
    • Foot Control
    • Presser Foot On Machine
    • Please Leave Serger Threaded
  • Multi Needle Embroidery Machines & Persona/Alliance
    • "A" Embroidery Arm On Machine (no hoop necessary)
    • Bobbin Case In Machine
    • Please Leave Thread With Machine & Threaded

*If you are having an issue with a particular accessory please bring that in as well.
**It is helpful to bring in an example of the issue you are experiencing. ex. birdnesting or poor stitch quality.



We know dropping off your sewing machine for service is never fun, and because of that we strive to service and repair your machine within the shortest time possible.

Due to current demand the average turnaround time is under 2 weeks. This does not include time required for obtaining a part your sewing machine may need.

Sewing machines are serviced on a first come / first serve basis.

Inspection Points

  • Inspect entire machine for worn or broken parts
  • Check hook timing
  • Check needle bar timing
  • Check needle position
  • Check needle box clearance
  • Check belt
  • Check timing & motor
  • Check hook
  • Check feed dogs
  • Check presser assembly bar
  • Check all electrical connections
  • Check foot control connections
  • Check proper functioning of motor
  • Adjust speed controls
  • Check pulleys
  • Adjust bobbin case clearance
  • Check tension assembly
  • Blow out and clean inside of machine
  • Properly oil machine
  • Check light
  • Calibrate buttonhole feed
  • Adjust positioning of embroidery units
  • Check bobbin winder
  • Balance tensions
  • Clean outside of machine

Remember! Your sewing machine should be serviced every 12 months, and here’s why:

If you do a lot of sewing

Lint, thread and broken needles can collect in the needle bar, hook and feed mechanisms, causing problems ranging from noise to more serious problems that can stop the machine from functioning. Heavy use can also remove oil on moving parts that the machine needs to operate smoothly. Lint and thread build up can cause serious tension problems.

If you sew occasionally:

Lint, thread and broken needles can still collect in the needle bar area and in the gears of the thread-handling mechanism. Even moderate use necessitates oiling of moving parts of the sewing machine. A small piece of thread in the tension unit will necessitate cleaning and recalibration of the tension.

If your sewing machine has been in the closet for a few years and you want to sew again:

The machine should be tuned up so that you will have peak performance of the machine and trouble free sewing. Even sitting in the closet, the oil in the machine can and will dry out which will lock up parts and potentially lead to further damage of the machine.

Thorough servicing by the Sewing Studio Fabric Superstore will eliminate all of these problems and guarantee trouble free sewing.

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