The Perfect Project Runway Sewing Machine Upgrade
The Brother 210 sewing machine is computerized, simple enough for beginners, but has an amazing number of features that will keep advanced sewers happy, as well.
While this model is computerized, it has a manual that is easy to follow, and the machine itself is fairly intuitive for most people.
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One of the features of the Brother 210 that I like the best is the slow sew setting. If you are working on a difficult portion of a project, or you are a beginner, you can slow the machine down for easy stitching.
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Brother 210 sewing machine
The Project Runway Family
Readers searching online for this machine will likely find mention of other Project Runway sewing machines by Brother.
This Brother computerized sewing machine has a “big Brother” in the Brother 420 (a more advanced model), and “cousins” in the Innov-is line of Brother sewing machines (only sold by retail dealers).
Like its heavy-hitter cousins, the Brother 210 PWR offers a combination of user-friendly features and solid construction.
50 different computerized stitches give you the choice of 16 utility stitches, including stretch stitches and 34 decorative stitches.
And the Brother 210 has five different buttonhole styles–all created with a one-step automatic buttonholer.
Most Brother sewing machines are equipped with Brother’s Quick-Set ™ bobbin loading system. The drop-in bobbin loading makes machine set-up a snap.
Speaking of snaps–the stunning array of specialized presser feet change out with a snap, and when you’re done using the buttonhole foot (or the zipper foot, or the blind stitch foot, or any one of the seven included presser feet), they store directly in the arm of the machine, in specialized slots, so they are always ready to use.
This Brother 210 sewing machine is as solid as its fellows. Weighing in at 17 lbs, the Brother 210 PRW is solid enough to handle heavier sewing, but still portable.
The combination of easy machine set-up and compact body makes it a great choice for taking to sewing classes or to quilting parties.
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How the Computerized
Brother 210 Sizes Up…
Advanced stitchers might find this machine to be a little light on the extended features so useful to a professional or semi-pro sewer.
And you would expect a new model sewing machine to have an extra bright LED light, but many people complain that this machine’s light is dimmer than older models.
The Brother 210 PRW has the important features common to its larger and more extensive cousins bearing the Project Runway name, but at a more budget-conscious price, and with more of a focus on entry level sewers.
If you are ready to move into more intermediate sewing, but you’re still confused by hundreds of stitch choices, this Brother computerized sewing machine is a friendly next step.
More info on the Brother 210 at Amazon.
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