DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The report “Global Sewing Machines Market Size, Share, and Industry Trend Analysis by Type, by Application, by Use Case, by Regional Outlook and Forecast, 2022-2028” has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer.

The global sewing machine market size is expected to reach USD 5.9 billion by 2028, with the market growing at 5.7% CAGR during the forecast period.

Fabrics and other malleable materials are sewn with threads using a sewing machine. The many parts of a sewing machine and their many functions help the operator get the most out of the machine. Sewing machines of many varieties are used in the production of clothing and other items.

Fabrics are easily used in and out of a modern sewing machine with the convenience of thimbles, needles and other manual sewing equipment, automating many sewing procedures and saving time. Sewing machines vary in size, cost, appearance and task, with some being larger, faster and more complicated. Needle stick injuries are common on modern sewing machines, which is why safety equipment such as needle guards are used to prevent them.

With feeding devices, the sewing machine regulates the fabric and creates a flawless stitch to unite the textiles. It has several components and attachments, each of which has its own function and importance. Household sewing machines and industrial sewing machines are the two types of sewing machines. Housewives, connoisseurs and artisans work in the domestic sub-segment to repair damaged clothing. These machines are used to create imaginative embroidery on garments and canvas, as well as to sew basic household garments in a variety of situations. In the coming years, this market is expected to be extremely popular. Automotive upholstery, bags, apparel, home furnishings, apparel, and footwear are examples of industries that require sewing machines.

Sergers are another name for overlock sewing machines. Sewing or overcasting the fabric is done with these machines. Simply put, these machines are used by professionals or tailors to bind or join the edges of fabric (also edging of a single fabric). They are used to give clothes a finished look. Napkins, elastic hems or elastic seams in lingerie design, edging curtains, overlocking on pillowcases and many other creative works are all done with this machine in the garment industry .

Market Growth Factors

Growing demand for technical textiles

Functional fabrics made from natural and synthetic fibers such as Vinyon, Spandex, Saran, Nomex, Modal and others are called technical textiles. The technical textile activity is growing due to the many applications of these fibers in agriculture, construction, clothing and other industries.

Technical textile qualities such as high strength and superior insulation, high thermal resistance and high propensity are expected to lead to increased revenue from the textile market. Additionally, an increasing number of construction projects require the use of tarpaulins, scaffolding netting, roofing materials, and awnings, among other useful textile products. Sewing machines are used to manufacture these technical textiles and hence the growing demand for these technical textiles is having a positive influence on the sewing machine market.

Rising disposable income and changing fashion trends

The clothing industry has grown tremendously due to constantly changing fashion trends. The young population prefers to change their wardrobe frequently. This is made possible by the increase in their disposable income. In developing countries like China and India, where the majority of the population is relatively young, increasing disposable income is driving demand for the newest and most fashionable clothes.

Another factor driving the high demand for clothing is social media and social media influencers who promote the latest trends among the general population. Social media is used effectively by clothing and fashion brands to keep consumers interested in following the latest trends.

Market restraining factors

Security issues and learning curve for beginners

The majority of sewing machines are extremely safe to use and have built-in safety mechanisms to prevent injury. At the same time, reading the owner’s manual and following all of its safety precautions is an important aspect of learning how to use a new machine. Sewing machines pose a greater risk of serious injury than working with a needle and thread.

They are also a potential source of electrical problems, including shocks and short circuits. Sewing takes some skill and patience, and it gets better with practice. It can be difficult and aggravating. Sewing can be physically demanding.

Scope of the study

Market Segments Covered in the Report:

By type

  • Electric

  • Computerized

  • Manual

By request

  • Industrial

  • Commercial

  • Residential

By use case

  • Clothes

  • Shoes

  • Bags

  • Others

By geography

  • North America

  • WE

  • Canada

  • Mexico

  • Rest of North America

  • Europe

  • Germany

  • UK

  • France

  • Russia

  • Spain

  • Italy

  • The rest of Europe

  • Asia Pacific

  • China

  • Japan

  • India

  • South Korea

  • Singapore

  • Malaysia

  • Rest of Asia-Pacific


  • Brazil

  • Argentina

  • United Arab Emirates

  • Saudi Arabia

  • South Africa

  • Nigeria

  • Rest of LAMEA

Main market players

  • Mitsubishi Electric Corporation

  • Juki Corporation

  • Brother Industries, Ltd.

  • Bernina International AG

  • Janome Company

  • Merrow Co sewing machine.

  • Necchi Italia srl

  • SVP-Singer Holdings, Inc.

  • Tacony Corporation

  • Usha International Ltd

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