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Jukebox Quilts
Supplies and Services For Quilters |  Authorized Innova Dealer 


Jukebox Quilts offers the full line of Juki sewing, quilting, and serger machines. We have found Juki machines to be a great value, including excellent features and reliability. Come by our Fort Collins sewing shop for some 'hands on' time and let us demonstrate all the benefits Juki machines offer. If you already know the machine you would like to purchase, click here to go to our online shop page. 

Listed below are three machines our staff just love. Each of these machines offers superior stitch quality and has the right mix of features and options to meet your sewing, quilting, and embroidery needs. 

Juki Sewing Machines

The Juki HZL-DX7 includes these great features:

Box feed system stays in contact with your fabrics longer for a consistent, reliable seam every time. 

Float function prevents uneven seams. 

Easily create beautiful  buttonholes 

Straight stitch slide plate to precisely sew the lightest fabrics


Juki Quilting Machines

The new Juki TL-2010Q is a high-performance sewing and quilting machine. The TL-2010Q is a single needle, lock-stitch, portable sewing 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 Juki machine is built for precision sewing. With a large work area of up to 23 inches (with auxiliary table attached), the TL-2000Qi can handle large quilt, sewing, or home decor projects with ease.


Juki Sergers

Juki Serger MX1000
MO-1000 Serger

Serge like a pro with outstanding ease! New convenient upper and lower looper air threading.

The MO-1000 serger easily threads with a strong whoosh of air sent from the electric motor. This amazing function dramatically alters upper and lower looper threading so you can switch between project needs easily.

About Juki

Over 60 Years in the Business of Sewing:
Juki began their original home sewing machine business in 1945. The first home sewing machines were manufactured in 1947 and were marketed in Japan and other countries around the globe. Although Juki grew to become an industrial sewing machine giant, the original sewing machines produced were home machines. 

In 1953 Juki began selling industrial sewing machines. Beginning with basic machines for the garment plant, their research evolved through the years, bringing sewing to a higher level of technology. With the development of electronic functions and motors, the path was paved for advances in labor-saving sewing devices providing increased productivity, as well as operator comfort and safety. These high-tech innovations, fueled by Juki research and development, placed the sewing machine company in the forefront of the global needle trade markets.

Home Technology Revolutionized:

Juki’s revolutionary advancements in home sewing technology include the development of the first rotary needle thread take-up system in l954, the first automatic thread trimmer and auto needle threader in l978, and the first auto thread tension system in 1985. These breakthroughs in home sewing brought about the progression of new HZL models at that time. 

Sergers on the Scene: 

In 1974 Juki opened the first U.S. office in New York City, as the brand popularity grew internationally for home and commercial use. They expanded to a larger facility in Saddle Brook, New Jersey in 1976 where offices and warehouse space accommodated their growth. This operation handled the distribution of the industrial line and would eventually handle the home overlocks as well.

Two years later the first Juki home overlock machines were manufactured with industrial serger technology. When released to the American market, these machines were considered a major breakthrough in home sewing capabilities and became quite famous in the market. Home dealers and industrial distributors alike were delighted with the performance and durability of the new Juki Lock MO-100 Series. Many home sewers still inquire about accessories for the MO-100 because they still own their original serger today!




The Deming Prize for Quality:
In 1981 Juki Corporation received the prestigious Deming Prize for quality control in the manufacture of industrial sewing machines. Through the years Juki was also involved in the manufacture of electronic assembly and testing equipment, as well as computer peripherals. In 2001 Juki’s commitment to sewing quality and advanced electronic technology then laid the foundation for the development of the HZL home computerized models. 

Juki’s Brings the HZL Line to the U.S.A.: 
Today Juki has entered the worldwide market with their line of home machines and sergers. The HZL Series of computerized models has gained increased popularity for innovative features, excellent stitch quality and ease of operation.