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The Brother sewing machine has had a home sewing market presence since 1908. And today, if you ask most people who like to sew, they know about Brother machines.
Founded in Japan, the Brother company later expanded its product line, to include office and telecommunications products.
Brother, because of its interest in high tech products, has included some nice features in its sewing machines, including some that are usually found in more expensive models.
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Entry Level Brother Sewing Machine
Embroidery Brother Sewing Machine
Quilting Brother Sewing Machine
Computerized Brother Sewing Machine
What Sets the Brother Sewing Machine Apart?
Some of the most recent innovations in Brothers’ machines include:
- a number of versatile built-in functions.
- user friendly sewing machines
- beginner sewing machines
- advanced sewing machines for sophisticated users
- large work spaces for quilters
- shadow-free lighting – seems like a small feature, but it’s really important when you are sewing!
Brother International Corporation, in addition to its sewing machine line, now manufactures and markets a number of industrial products, home appliances and business products.
One of the reasons that many people like these machines is because they are quite reasonably priced. You may not get the same quality as a Janome or Elna, but you do get some very nice features.
And, whether you are a beginning sewer, an occasional seamstress or you just use your machine for crafts–one of these machines might just be your cup of tea!
While not in business as long as some of the other sewing machine companies, Brother has developed some interesting products.
If you are shopping for a sewing machine, make sure you check out a Brother Machine.
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