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Brother XL2610 Free-Arm Sewing Machine with 25 Built-In Stitches and 59 Stitch Functions

by Brother
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  • Free-arm sewing machine with 25 built-in stitches and 59 stitch functions
  • Automatic buttonholer; automatic needle threader; built-in thread cutter
  • Drop-in bobbin system and automatic bobbin winding system; handle for carrying
  • Built-in light; power cord; foot control; sewing notions; and user manual included
  • 25-year limited warranty
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  • Shipping Weight: 14.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B000A5CKHG
  • Item model number: XL2610
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (179 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,219 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing (See Top 100 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing)
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Product Description

Brother's XL2610 is a 59 stitch function free arm sewing machine. The free arm feature allows you to sew cuffs or pant legs easily and convert the machine back to a flat bed sewing area for larger items. The machine features an automatic needle threader and built-in thread cutter to make setting up your machine easy. This model also has a built-in 4 step buttonholer with a stitch balance control to make it simple for you to make buttonholes on any garment. The XL2610 has a drop in bobbin system which is easy to thread and allows you to see the remaining bobbin thread. The built in stitches include quilting stitches, garment construction stitches, decorative sewing stitches, stretch stitches, and a blind hem stitch to make sewing hems a breeze. The accessories and feet included with the machine will help you with quilting, zipper insertion, darning, buttonholes and sewing on buttons. Sewing feet on the XL2610 feature Brother's quick change design. The XL2610 has a built-in stitch length and width control as well as a dial thread tension control so you can adjust your stitches as needed. The XL2610 is lightweight and portable with a built-in handle for easy carrying. The machine has a built-in light to illuminate the sewing area as well as a safety power and light switch. Instructions included with the XL2610 are bilingual in English and Spanish.

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



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Customer Reviews

This sewing machine is very easy to thread and to use.
Delores Hardin
So far, I love everthing about this machine It's light weight and that's a plus; but, it doesn't sew like a light weight.
N. Turner
I will admit that I have only used the straight and zig zag stitches, but I feel it was well worth my money.
Sharona

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

469 of 478 people found the following review helpful By Julia Amiya Messersmith on September 26, 2006
I just bought this sewing machine about three weeks ago. I got it as a replacement for a Bernette that I used for about thirty minutes total that the repair man could not figure out how to fix. I am working on my fashion certificate and needed one right away. I picked this one partially because it was PINK!

This machine is easy to use - bobbin winding, changing stitches, portability, two-needle. I like a mechanical machine. I have not tried the buttonholer yet. A great first machine! This is my fourth. I like the reverse, the freearm, the size.

Petty annoyance - the presser foot is low when up, so when you need to know where your needle is going into the fabric, you have to knock the foot up with your finger so you can see - not a big deal. BIG deal - put the zipper foot on and then you have to adjust the needle width out of the zipper foot groove to get the seam close enough to the zipper, because the foot is wide(???) at the back and on the same level(???) as the foot itself. Maybe I'll just use invisible zippers.

If you are rough with things, do not buy this machine. Many of the parts are plastic, like the presser foot lever. We use that a lot.

I have sewn with many layers of denim, very light fabrics, and much in between with great success. Just change the needle after each project.

I hope I have given you enough information to begin to make an informed decision.
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274 of 278 people found the following review helpful By Dayna Winchester on November 1, 2008
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I just got this machine about a week ago, and am asolutely thrilled with it!
I needed to sew some trimmings on a coat for my Halloween costume. The jacket is a vintage London Fog coat made of a heavy canvas material. This machine had NO problem sewing through the thick layers.
What impressed me the most is i'd previously been using my mother in law's $800 sewing machine, and after constant adjustment and realignment I still broke 3 needles and had a problem with my backstitching. This machine handled the problem beautifully, and it's only a fraction of the price!

A few things I might note:

The pink is a a little darker than that in the picture. This did not bother me since it's still pink, which is what attracted me in the first place.

I gave it four out of five stars (wish I could give it 4 1/2!) because the machine is so lightweight, a couple of times it wanted to move around while I was readjusting my fabric. This wasn't an issue with the actual sewing and after using it a couple times I figured out how to handle it so it stayed put. I don't think this would be a problem with lighter weight materials.

I noticed other reviewers said they couldn't get the backstitch to go in a straight line. The only time I had this problem was when I was sewing through several thick layers. It was partially my fault because I had the pedal pushed down too far and it kind of jump started the machine and took off. Every other time was no problem, so maybe it's something they're doing?

The instructions were VERY clear. I have very little patience when it comes to instructions and these were a breeze! It's also very helpful that bobbin and needle threading diagrams are etched into the machine itself, for quick reference.
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236 of 242 people found the following review helpful By edy on August 5, 2010
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I have the sewing machine (Brother XL 2610)for about a month now. I bought the machine when my Singer's gear broke, and the sewing machines tech asked me for $150 to fix it. I found the broken part and I am going to fix it myself. But in the mean time I needed a sewing machine. So, I got on Amazon.com and searched for a cheap sewing maching that does the job.
So far, this machine is great, it goes over jeans fabric, or 3-4 layers of fabrics, doesn't skip, the manual and instructions are well written.
But there was something what wasn't in the manual... OILING. I called Brother Intl-USA, and asked them how to oil this machine. The CSR told me that it has to be done by a specialist at an authorized dealer in my area. Since I am very krafty, I asked him what kind of oil I need... He insisted that I can't do it because the machine has some electrical parts in it. However ... on the Brother's site, it says that the machine needs to be oiled about each 300-500 hrs of use. I looked online for the authorized dealer in my area (Sarasota, FL), and the lady there was very kind to tell me that I "got a Hell of a deal" on Amazon.com, by paying only ~$84. But the bad news is that the oiling is going to cost me $79.99 for a mechanical seing machine (like the one I have), and $89.99 for a computerized one.
Now, the good part is that the machine doesn't need to bo oiled only maybe once a year... but it will cost me as much as I paid to buy a new machine... So ... my idea is to just use it until it breaks and buy a new one...
SO, PEOPLE BE AWARE WHEN YOU BUY THIS MACHINE. IT IS A VERY GOOD MACHINE... BUT KIND OF DISPOSABLE...
I don't know if I would have bought this machine if I would have had this info... Fact is... I was very upset when I did the research and found out this oiling info.
Good luck to everyone.
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149 of 161 people found the following review helpful By T. S. Reichert on July 7, 2006
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I love my new sewing machine! My husband, who had never sewn with a machine before, set it up quickly and we both can use it easily. It's so easy to use I am planning several more sewing projects for this summer. On my last project, the machine had no problems sewing through denim seams and pockets. I am very pleased with all of the features (59 different stitches, a double needle for gathering, needle threader, button foot) I got with this relatively inexpensive sewing machine. Everything is working great so far. I would recommend this machine for anyone looking for the basics plus the capability for more advanced sewing down the road.
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