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New Sewing Machines by Husqvarna Viking

Husqvarna Viking Designer Topaz.
Husqvarna Viking Designer Diamond.
Husqvarna Viking Designer Topaz.

Husqvarna Viking Designer Topaz.

Photo: courtesy of Husqvarna Viking

compiled by the editors of Threads
An Online Extra to Threads #140, p. 28


For more information on the Husqvarna Viking machines listed here, visit www.husqvarnaviking.com/us. For information on new releases by other manufacturers, see The Latest in Sewing Machines.

Husqvarna Viking Topaz

Husqvarna Viking—Designer Diamond
The HUSQVARNA VIKING® DESIGNER DIAMOND™ machine is the world's new top of the line sewing and embroidery machine.  Now, sewers have the capability to create, view and customize embroidery designs in stunning detail on the largest and brightest, interactive VGA touch screen available in the sewing industry.  At the touch of a fingertip or stylus, the DESIGNER DIAMOND™ machine will automatically embroider the sewers creation on the largest sewing and embroidery surface available.  The new DESIGNER DIAMOND gives sewers and quilters the fastest, easiest path from concept to completion through its generous capability, remarkable convenience and exclusive sewing innovations.

Husqvarna Viking Topaz

Husqvarna Viking—Topaz
The new HUSQVARNA VIKING DESIGNER TOPAZ 20 and DESIGNER TOPAZ 30 sewing and embroidery machines are ideal for sewing enthusiasts who seek premium innovations and for skilled sewers who want to increase their level of proficiency.  Among the more than 100 features and benefits available in the DESIGNER TOPAZ line of machines, sewers will find capability, convenience and innovation for their personal projects ranging from quilts, garments, home décor or fashion sewing.

Photos courtesy of Husqvarna Viking

ThreadsMagazine Threads Magazine, editor
Posted on Nov 11th, 2008 in online extras, tools & supplies, sewing machine, machines

Comments (9)

extrarost extrarost writes:
добрый вечер
Какие есть новые стоящие RPG игры? НЕ онлайн.

Posted: 1:12 pm on November 18th

extrarost extrarost writes:
Всем привет
Извиняюсь за оффтоп если, что.
Собираюсь себе покупать новое офисное кресло, стоит ли заказывать его в инет. магазине? или же лучше посмотреть в местных магазинах, и попробовать посидеть на них :)

Posted: 2:41 am on November 17th

SeaSprite SeaSprite writes: Mmmm... the sewing machines dreams are made of!!

I have the Husqvarna Lilly 550 that is over 11 years old. It may have been superseded a while ago, but I love it and the way it still performs.

I can only dream of owning a new Husqvarna Viking at the moment, but I would not change the Husqvarna for any other brand sewing machine on the market!
Posted: 4:58 am on May 23rd

reppans reppans writes: You don't even have to tap the foot, just let your foot off the gas and the foot raises, give it gas and the foot lowers. There are lots of good machines, but if they don't have the sensor foot, no way would I change brands. I have the quilt designer for quilting and the SE Limited for embroidery. Started with a Rose, then the D1 and now the great SE Limited.
Posted: 8:11 pm on August 15th

Georgiacotton Georgiacotton writes: I have a Viking Rose and Serger 905 I like my machines, would like to upgrade but can't afford it. I would not trade the machines that I have.
Posted: 9:58 am on May 22nd

Sunnyfl Sunnyfl writes: Help, I have been comparing machines for quite sometime, which is a better machine Viking Diamond versus Babylock Ellisomo. Which is better embroidery design, user friendly, more punching power? Thank you!
Posted: 1:34 pm on August 8th

KarenQuiltsTx KarenQuiltsTx writes: I just can't believe that no one mentions the fact that these machines no longer have a presser foot lifter lever! All you do is tap the pedal and the foot lifts or lowers. What an incredible time saver. What an innovation. Even the manufacturer doesn't hype this enough! I own the Topaz 30, which is a marriage of the previous Sapphire 870 (their premium sewing-only machine) with embroidery. I am soooo much more productive in my quilting and clothing work. The machine is so smart, I almost never touch the handwheel anymore, and the auto pivot feature makes turning corners (I do a lot of machine applique) something I no longer have to think twice about. Thanks for telling us about these machines... but sure would be nice if you would tell us more. Your coverage was too brief! how about expanding the info in the magazine with more online coverage?!
Posted: 12:11 pm on March 26th

barbwire1970 barbwire1970 writes: I wish I had a Viking sewing machine, whatever the name. We had Viking sewing machines in College (Missori Western State College), I was a Theatre Major and fell in love with Viking sewing machines. Nary a tangle, it was the most incredible sewing machine I ever sewed on and FAST.
Posted: 11:27 pm on March 25th

squeakacola squeakacola writes: Just a quick note, you have incorrectly named the machines with the wrong picture at the beginning of the article. They should be reversed.
Posted: 10:57 am on December 3rd

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