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Brother XL-3750 Convertible 35-Stitch Free-Arm Sewing Machine with Quilting Table, 7 Presser Feet

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  • Lightweight, flatbed/free-arm convertible sewing machine with extra quilting features; with 35 stitches and 73 stitch functions
  • Comes with sewing notions, quilting table, 7 accessory presser feet, cloth carrying case, and user's manual; integrated handle for transport
  • Offers auto needle threader, drop-in bobbin, auto bobbin winding, and 1-step auto-size buttonholer; stitch width and length control
  • 110-volt machine operated using foot pedal, with push-button reverse stitching; light bulb for workspace illumination
  • 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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Brother XL-3750 Convertible 35-Stitch Free-Arm Sewing Machine with Quilting Table, 7 Presser Feet + Brother 5300 Universal Sewing Machine Carrying Case + Style SA156 Sewing Machine Bobbins for Brother - 10 Pack
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  • Product Dimensions: 15.4 x 6.7 x 11.5 inches ; 12 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 18 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B000VGAMU6
  • Item model number: XL-3750
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (257 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,321 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing (See Top 100 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing)
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Product Description

The XL3750 Convertible Free Arm Sewing Machine with bonus accessories has a wide variety of built-in utility, decorative and heirloom stitches, each with multiple stitch functions. One-step auto-size buttonhole maker with stitch balance control, drop-in bobbin with view of thread supply, automatic needle threader, free-arm/flatbed convertible sewing surface. Built-in decorative, utility and stretch stitches provide a professional finish on a variety of fabrics. Automatic bobbin winding system, quilting features included stitch width and length control. Variable needle position: twin needle for decorative stitching, dial thread tension control, quick change presser feet. Electronic speed control, built-in thread cutter, built-in light illuminates the sewing area, safety power and light switch. Light weight with built-in handle for portability. Instructions in English and Spanish with 25-year limited warranty.

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



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Customer Reviews

Easy to thread and I love the automatic needle threader.
Mary A. Tribble
Purchased this Brother machine because I had heard the name was a good one.
JO
I hope you find your BFF machine like I did with this one.
Amazon Customer

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

263 of 265 people found the following review helpful By discerning customer on August 25, 2008
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The ad said it was lightweight and it is wonderfully so. The quick start guide was easy to follow to get started right away on my projects. It is a diagram-based chart for getting the bobbin and the machine threaded and I breezed through it; however, when I got to the automatic needle threader, I got a bit frustrated figuring out how the mechanicism worked. When I realized I had to look at the needle hole at a left angle and not straight on, I saw how the mechanism worked and it then was so easily to thread the machine I almost cried for joy. I have never had an automatic needle threader before and it is wonderful.

I played with the dials on a piece of scrap fabric for a 10 minutes and then started on my projects. I did some light mending and then finished with sewing heavy outdoor fabric and the machine handled it all beautifully. The reverse stitch button is prominent and easy to push and the machine responds quickly. As an aside, the machine comes with lots of gizmos to do all kinds of special sewing projects (embroidery) and also 4 standard needles. For my outdoor heavy fabric, I need to buy the appropriate needle next time (I broke one of the standard needles) but the machine itself soared right through the tough task I put it through. Swapping the work surface from sleeve fitting to a large table top work surface and back to as it is pictured here is a snap. It comes with a cloth carrying case. I bought a plastic case and that was a waste of money because the cloth case is sufficient for this lightweight sewing machine. I am so pleased with this product. You can have a great sewing machine for a reasonable price and store it quickly and easily. No need for a whole room in your home for sewing!
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293 of 298 people found the following review helpful By Michelle M. Spence on March 10, 2008
Its been about 12 years since I have sewed (on a borrowed machine)... I purchased this machine in Feb and it was so easy to set up and use.. I am about halfway done a baby quilt and have really enjoyed sewing again. I think that if the machine hadn't worked so nicely I would have been frustrated. I haven't sewn enough to really know how to fix problems. The instruction manual was easy to follow and at one point when the tension wasn't right, the manual provided me what I needed to fix it.... I have a friend who sews regularly who recommended this to me and I have been exremely happy.....
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282 of 287 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on March 3, 2009
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First off, I bought a Brother XL-2600 10 years ago. I do light sewing--curtains, the occasional skirt or apron, throw pillows, jeans mending, lots of alterations, etc. Haven't had a single problem with it, and can do everything from silk to jeans--basic stuff only, though. I took it in for routine cleaning, which I've never done once, and it's taking the repair shop a long time to get to it, so I wanted a value-priced machine to back up my old machine in the meantime. I found the XL-3750 after doing a lot of research and seriously considering the Kenmore 58-stitch, which also gets good reviews.

The first XL-3750 I got from Amazon had a broken top-thread tension setting--didn't work no matter what I did. I sent that one back (FREE RETURNS, FOLKS!), and in 2 days got a second XL-3750 (they send a replacement right away, pending your return). Setup took less than 5 minutes, and I was sewing that night.

This machine does a lot for a non-computerized machine, and can handle most any fabric. I've even tried some knit sewing on it, and it works. I don't even have to use an ugly zigzag stitch to do knits on it b/c it has some stretch-fabric stitches. (...or you can just go with a straight stitch.)

I am very pleased with this machine, although I haven't had it long and might be favorably prejudiced toward it by the quality of my old Brother.

This machine is a great value for the novice or intermediate sewist.

Good features:
--drop-in bobbin
--needle threader: what an invention!
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284 of 294 people found the following review helpful By The Cacklin' Hen on September 6, 2011
I bought the Brother XL-3750 based on the 4-star rating at Amazon and was thrilled when it showed up. My first attempts at sewing produced stitches that were so-so, which surprised me since it should have been basically fine right out of the box. I was attempting to make something for an upcoming craft fair and no way would the sewing pass muster and sell, so I adjusted the tension knob. As others have written, it did absolutely nothing. Actually, with each tweak the stitching got worse. I couldn't even backtrack and set it the way it had been. I tried for 4 hours to get anything that was even remotely passable with no luck. I was tired, frustrated, and on the verge of tears. I called Brother first thing this morning and they insisted I must have threaded the machine wrong or put the bobbin in backwards. They were really no help. They wouldn't cover the machine under warranty even though it was brand new because all I had was an online e-mail verification (no receipt came in the box). I then called their closest authorized dealership just to see if they had run into the problem with this particular machine because, as I now discovered, there were so many negative comments about tension problems all over the internet. They told me to come on down, looking at it was free. I made the 12 mile trip and they fixed the machine in 5 minutes, no charge. Their fix: they took the plate off and popped out the bobbin case, dusted underneath it, then popped it back in properly, tightened everything up and voila! the blasted thing sewed beautifully. Apparently, Brother is now making some lower end inexpensive machines that are sold on Amazon, on eBay, and in places like Wal-Mart, which may work great IF they work, but they aren't taking the same care to make sure they go out tuned up and ready to sew.Read more ›
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