Upland Vac & Sew has been serving the Inland Empire, Los Angeles and San Bernardino community since 1995. Only 10 miles from cities like Glendora, San Dimas, Ontario, Chino, Rancho Cucamonga, and Alta Loma, Upland Vac & Sew has all your sewing, quilting, embroidery and vacuuming needs. We carry the most innovative sewing machines and overlocks from major brands including Bernina, Elna, Baby Lock and Juki. When you buy a machine through us you are buying the endless support that you'll need to ensure that you love your machine. This includes classes on how to use your new machine that you can take as many times as needed.
We also carry a large selection of high-quality quilting fabric and we are always adding to our collection of sewing, quilting and embroidery notions. Need inspiration or instruction? We offer all kinds of fun and informative classes to help inspire you to create whatever you can imagine. We are also a repair and service center for all brands of sewing machines!
Our classic line of vacuum cleaners include the brands Miele, Fuller Brush Co and Sanitaire. We carry most vacuum accessories including bags and belts for all brands. We also offer in-store repair and service to keep your vacuum running at peak performance.
The store has been serving the community since 1967. Lou and Rosalie, the current owners, have owned the business for 16 years. Combined, they have 70 years of experience in the sewing machine business. They have won numerous awards including trips to Switzerland, Mexico, Spain, Germany and many others. Lou and Rosalie are trained in all brands of sewing machines, and every year they participate in dealer training to keep up with the latest changes in the always-evolving sewing world. Here at Upland Vac & Sew, we not only know sewing machines, but we are passionate about sewing.
Within minutes we can pinpoint the machine best suited to YOUR interests whether it's mending, garment construction, quilting or embroidery. Whatever your interests are, we have several machines set up and ready for you to sit down and try or just ask questions about