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Brother ES2000 77 Stitch Function Computerized Free Arm Sewing Machine

by Brother
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List Price: $299.00
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  • Free arm sewing machine from Brother; with 77 stitch functions
  • Includes a built-in sewing tool compartment; read safety information prior to use
  • With a computerized LED screen; users select stitches for operation; tension adjustment control
  • 110-volt motor engages with pressure on the electrical foot pedal; reverse stitching requires manual adjustment
  • We do not recommend using this machine in countries that do not support 120V AC even if a voltage adapter is in use.
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  • Shipping Weight: 13.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B0007ZHEJ8
  • Item model number: ES2000
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (93 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #12,474 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing (See Top 100 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing)
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Product Description


Sewing advances into the twenty-first century with this computerized free arm sewing machine from Brother. Simple to use, the sewing machine offers users a choice of 37 stitches, 21 of which are decorative. Utility, mending, quilting, stretch, and decorative purposes benefit from the machine's 77 stitch functions. The UL-listed machine further endears itself with an automatic needle threader, a thread cutter, and one-step bobbin replacement.


The 110-volt sewing machine uses an electrical foot pedal to control operation. Users select stitch styles from a computerized LED screen. An adjustable control allows manipulation of the thread tension, while a separate built-in control alters stitch width and length for varying projects. While only one needle comes installed in the machine, the machine accommodates twin-needle stitching. The sewer engages reverse operation manually. Five diverse one-step styles insert buttonholes, automatically sized, in garments. Accessories are stored in a built-in compartment. Users carry the machine on the provided handle for travel. As with any electrical devise, read the safety guidelines and instructions thoroughly prior to use.


Product Description

Brother's ES2000 is a 77 stitch function computerized free arm sewing machine. The built-in stitch functions include utility stitches for garment construction and mending, decorative stitches, heirloom and quilting stitches as well as stretch stitches. The ES2000 features a built in LED display for easy computerized stitch selection. This machine has 5 styles of one-step, auto size buttonholes. Making a buttonhole couldn't be easier with Brother's automatic buttonhole feature. You simply place your button into the automatic buttonhole foot, attach the foot to your machine and the ES2000 sews the perfect sized buttonhole every time. This machine has a built-in automatic needle threader as well as a built-in thread cutter. It is simple to change your bobbin on the ES2000 using Brother's one-step bobbin replacement system with our quick set drop-in bobbin. This machine has an adjustable thread tension control as well as built-in stitch width and length controls. The ES2000 is lightweight with a built-in handle for portability. The instructions included with the machine are bilingual in English and Spanish.

Manufacturer's note:
Accessories are housed in free arm of machine.

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Customer Reviews

Very easy to use, very accurate and fun too.
If you are going to do alot of sewing, I suggest SOMETHING ELSE!
K. Youngblood
I highly recommend this machine for anyone who sews.
Ms. Christine M. Glass

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

230 of 231 people found the following review helpful By kittyworld on September 15, 2006
This machine is very similar to the popular CS 6000 that's sold both here in Amazon and in Walmart. In fact they both use the same manual. The difference between the 2 are: CS6000 has an start/stop button so you can operate the machine w/o foot pedal, quilting accessories such as walking foot and larger table extension, needle up/down button, faster bobbin winding, 2 speeds, a hard cover and some extra fancy stitches. I don't care about these missing features. I sewed my own cloth cover using left over fabric. To me this little machine has all the functionality that I ever wanted from a sewing machine. All the utility stitches are there - sewing buttons and button holes (1-step), zippers, elastic, overlock, zig zag, satin, blah blah blah - everything you need to sew a dress or a pillow case, plus more. If you quilt a lot buy the CS6000 one. Threading is super easy because the direction is printed right on the machine. The automatic needle threader is very helpful. I use it every time. My only complaint is that the thread tends to slip out of the needle hole unless I leave a very long "tail". This happened w/ CS6000 too when I tried it at a friend's house. With both models you can specify if the needle is left up or down when sewing stops. Both needs no oiling (probably mostly plastic parts?) I haven't sewed very heavy fabric yet. The LED light is very dim but cool. You definitely need a real lamp nearby. You can leave the machine on for a long time because the light uses very little energy. If you do turn it off, all the custom stitch settings will be lost (no memory). So far I am very happy with this machine.
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119 of 123 people found the following review helpful By scolvig VINE VOICE on February 27, 2007
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I bought this machine as it had a good price, and I wanted more variety of stiches, and some other modern features. My first project was a fleece baby bunting, but even though the fabric wasn't very thick, it didn't always seem to feed very well. And at the junction of seems where there were several layers, I had to "walk" it by hand (turn the wheel myslelf slowly for each stich.) And when I was inserting the zipper, I noticed the foot will be either on the right or left, but there is no way to set the distance from the zipper, like every other machine I have used. Zippers come in many different sizes!

My second project was to sew some clear vinyl covers for appliances. What a pain! It was just a medium weight vinyl I bought at the fabric store, but it kept sticking to the machine, and would barely feed at all. The stiches were very uneven, and there were big loops of thread in the seam. I finally gave up and got out my trusty old White sewing machine. That old girl sewed the vinyl like a dream.

I think the problem is that there's no pressure regulator, which controls how much pressure there is on the pressure foot. And when I was basting on the fleeece fabric, the longest stich was pretty short. Again, if the foot had more pressure, it may have been different.

My review isn't totally negative. I'm probably going to enjoy this machine with ordinary fabrics, and I'm sure I'll have fun with the fancy stiches. Hopefully it will let me express my creativity. I wil defintely use the blind hemming, etc.. (My old machine only has straight and zigzag.) Threading was very easy, as was changing the zipper foot and putting in the bobbin. Not having to oil it will be nice, and I like the long warranty. The manual was pretty clear.
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226 of 240 people found the following review helpful By Plein Jane VINE VOICE on March 18, 2006
I have owned this machine since Mother's Day 2005. I have not had a minute's trouble with it. In fact, I prefer it over my Bernina 1090! It has so many features you would expect to pay thousands of dollars for! I thought I would never be able to afford a machine that did all this. The best part is, this machine comes complete with absolutely everything you can buy for it--there are no extra feet to buy, etc., because this includes everything you need.

One night just for fun I worked through the entire instruction book. It is without a doubt the best and most complete manual I have ever gotten with a sewing machine. I was able to master every stitch function and attachment in one very pleasant evening. You really don't need another machine. The feet are plastic, which is GREAT--you can see through them. There is nothing cheesy about the parts--they all work exactly as they should. I am crazy about my machine, and its support materials. So crazy, in fact, that I recently bought the Brother serger here on Amazon, and it is just as good. GREAT machines. Why spend more? Buy this inexpensive machine and you'll have lots more money to spend on FABRIC!!
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63 of 63 people found the following review helpful By S. J. Hall on January 12, 2008
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I'm new to sewing and I was a little concerned about purchasing this machine after a few of the reviews suggested that it struggled to get through some fabrics. I'm happy to report that so far I've made pants with 12 weight denim, and I had no problem, I've made three projects with 200 weight fleece without issue and a couple of flannel PJ's without the troubles that some people wrote about. The only complaint that I have right now is that somehow it becomes unthreaded a little more often than I like, but I'm guessing that it's user-ended. So far I'm enjoying the heck out of it.

This is an update on the material types that I know the machine can handle. I've made two denim jackets plus a pair of jeans from 12 weight denim. I've made two pairs of pants out of 8 weight denim, two more pants from 200 weight fleece and a pair of pants from baby whale corduroy. I've made shirts from linen, velour, and corduroy (baby whale). I've made two denim skirts and I sewed the material through elastic and over seams at the same time without a problem (double denim thickness plus seam thickness plus the elastic thickness).

I think that the people who are having so much trouble aren't using the recommended needle and presser foot for the job that they are doing. I did get a round of "E-6" errors but it turned out that my needle was bent from using the wrong type of needle for the fabric I was using. The instruction book explains which needles to use with which fabrics but I didn't read that part until I had problems.
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