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Old 06-21-2011, 01:49 PM
 
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Brother Embroidery and Sewing Machine with USB Port

Rating: 4 out of 5
  • Currently 4.0/5.0

Sewing/embroidery isn't the easiest thing to do. At least by hand anyway. If you don't have the hand for sewing, why not use a machine?

The Brother Embroidery and Sewing Machine with USB Port will be your... second hand I believe, hmmm... Anyway... it has these abilities... Fast bobbin wind system, quick-set bobbin, free arm, needle position button. 7-point feed dog system. Twin needle. Large LCD touch panel.

Bright LED bulb, stitch selection keys, automatic thread cutter. Software CD and much, much more. The cost of this product is $799.95. Doing things by hand compared to machines is practically a waste of time. Unless it's a hobby of yours. If you want to make money, this is the investment you're looking for.

People who use embroidery can make some substantial extra cash, or if you're younger you may just want to buy that lipstick or PS3 game you've been wanting. I've heard of people making anywhere from just a few dollars to a couple thousand. Even if you're new to embroidery, learning with this machine wouldn't take long at all.

With embroidery machines, you can do anything from embellishing garments, to outstanding fonts. Let your imagination reach to the sky.

With this machine, you can also sew. 2-in-1s is also better. Usually the price is the same if you where to buy two separate units; but what's on the up is you don't have to waste time changing from one to another.

Hey you never know, you could use this as a business opportunity. I'd figure at least $5-6 dollars a small pattern. The thing I like the most is you don't have to thread the needle. If that's not the biggest pain in the, neck. Decide what's best for you.

Review by professional reviewer, Oct. 2, 2010
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