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Brother Project Runway PC420PRW 294-Stitch Professional Grade Computerized Sewing Machine with 3 Built-In Lettering Styles, and Carrying Case
- Professional grade, 294-stitch computerized sewing model delivers couture-level, consistent stitch quality. Comes complete with 11 presser feet, hard case and full set of accessories
- 850 stitches per minute, metal frame construction, with easy-to-use LED display for stitch selection and dual LED workspace lighting system
- Exceptional fabric feeding system, presser foot pressure adjustment, next-generation easy one-handed threading system, F.A.S.T. bobbin system, and variable speed control with illuminated start/stop feature for sewing without the foot controller
- 294 built-in stitches with 10 styles of one-step auto-size buttonholes and 3 lettering styles. Plus, design custom stitches with the exclusive Brother My Custom Stitch feature
- Bilingual instruction manual, 25-year limited warranty, and toll-free customer support. Please note: this machine is not recommended for use in countries that do not support 120V AC, even if a voltage adapter is in use
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PC420PRW Features: -Sewing machine. -Pre-programmed stitches ready for use at the touch of a button. -Direct 10 key stitch selection and LCD screen. -Advanced needle threading system and automatic thread trimming. -6 Point feed dogs. -A Build-in knee lift raises the presser foot in order to reposition or remove fabric. -Digital stitch length and width control. -Twin needle function, hard cover, quilting foot, and walking foot included. -Manufacturer provides 25 years warranty.
Brother Project Runway PC420PRW 294-Stitch Computerized Sewing Machine with 3 Lettering Styles, My Custom Stitch, Carrying Case
The feature-rich PC420PRW helps you achieve professional-level results, with a comprehensive set of built-in features and included accessories typically seen only with higher level machines. Select from over 294 built-in stitches; view your stitches, settings and options on the easy-view backlit LCD display; design your own stitches with the exclusive My Custom Stitch feature; and even save your custom stitches to the machine’s memory for future use. Plus, the eleven included presser feet help you produce designer-level finishing, more easily, with specialized feet for blind hems, monogramming, quilting and more. Precision and customization abound in this machine, leaving you the opportunity to sew virtually any project you can imagine.
Backlit LCD display with easy-to-use stitch selectorThe easy-to-read, multilingual LCD display screen allows you to view the settings, stitch length and width, and the type of presser foot to use for your selected stitch.
Easy threading, with automatic needle threaderSimply follow the numbered threading diagram printed on the machine, then, with the auto needle threader, the thread is pushed right through the eye of the needle.
6-point feed dogsEnjoy easier feeding of your fabrics with the 6-point feed dogs. Allows you to sew on a wide variety of fabrics, and helps achieve more precisely formed stitches.
Built-in thread cutterBuilt in to the PC420PRW is an automatic thread trimmer, including a programmable trimmer that cuts the upper and lower threads at the end of each task - a time saver for projects with many seams, such as quilts.
Super bright work areaThe super bright, independent lighting in the needle area brightens the details of any project, and is easier on your eyes. Especially useful when sewing on dark fabrics.
Adjustable speed controlThe convenient stitch speed slide gives you control over how fast or slow you want to sew.
My Custom Stitch featureWith the exclusive My Custom Stitch feature, you can design your own stitches, and save them to the built-in memory. A must-have feature for all creative sewers.
Super easy bobbin winding systemOnce you have the thread in place, just move the bobbin to the right, push the Start button, and the bobbin is quickly wound for you.
Brother Project RunwayThis Project Runway Limited Edition model helps you achieve professional-level results, with a comprehensive set of built-in features and included accessories typically seen only with higher level machines. Select from over 294 built-in stitches; view your stitches, settings and options on the easy-view backlit LCD display; design your own stitches with the exclusive My Custom Stitch feature; and save your custom stitches to the machine’s memory for future use. Plus, the eleven included presser feet help you produce designer-level finishing, more easily, with specialized feet for blind hems, monogramming, quilting and more.
Plus, these outstanding features:• Twin needle function
About Brother International Corporation
Brother International Corporation has earned its reputation as a leading supplier of innovative products for home sewing and embroidery enthusiasts. The company is recognized for its high-quality, state-of-the-art machines and accessories, offering ease of use and flexibility at affordable prices. Brother is a wholly owned subsidiary of Brother Industries Ltd.
Brother Project Runway PC420PRW 294-Stitch Computerized Sewing Machine
294 built-in stitches, including decorative and lettering stitches
In the box• Presser feet:
• Overcasting foot
• Monogramming foot
• Zipper foot
• Adjustable zipper/piping foot
• Blind stitch foot
• Buttonhole foot
• Quilting foot
• Stitch guide foot
• Non-stick foot
• Open-toe foot
• Grid sheet set
• Foot controller pedal
• Hard protective case
• Bilingual English/Spanish operation manual
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1.) Folks saying they can't get the feed dogs back up after putting them down. This is really confusing on Brothers! Your machine will arrive with the switch all the way to the right (feed dogs UP). Then you flip it to the left and you see the feed dogs visibly go down. Then, you try to flip it back to the right and the switch won't go all the way over. And to add insult to injury, you don't see the dogs come back up! It seems like a defect! Alas, it isn't. The switch will NEVER go back to flipping all the way to the right, BUT, as soon as you either start sewing or simply turn the handwheel, up will pop the feed dogs! They DO come back up, but that weird switch and the fact that they don't pop back up without advancing the handwheel or sewing is kind of misleading.
2.) How does the thread cutter work? It DOES leave about 2" of tails, but the nice part is that it pulls both threads to the BACK and cuts them both. You will still need to give them a little trim though.
3.) Needle threader doesn't work. Unless someone has a truly defective machine, it works perfectly when the needle is all the way in the UP position.
4.) Heavy duty sewing. The piercing power is pretty darned good considering this isn't sold as a heavy duty machine. It also feeds well with thick layers. Going over humps is difficult even for my Industrial Juki (DNU 1541), so this isn't a matter of power, just mechanics. Try a humper jumper if you do this regularly. It's not the machine. And finally- don't think you're going to sew through leather with a size 12 needle! Get the appropriate size and type of needle and thread, play around with the tension and presser foot pressure and you should be good to go!
5.) Knee lift. Anyone who has ever worked on an industrial machine will appreciate this. It really does make life easier! I piece lots of curves which requires me to stop and adjust the fabric pretty frequently. With the knee lift, I don't have to take either hand off the fabric which saves a lot of time and aggravation. Plus, this combined with the thread cutter makes it really easy to quickly sew a piece, cut, lift and toss it aside while you grab the next one or even just to go to another seam on the one you're working on. Big time saver if you spend any considerable amount of time at your machine.
6.) And on an related note- if you really want to take advantage of the overcasting stitches and don't want to invest in a serger, the $20 side cutter foot works PERFECTLY on this machine! I've used it on cotton sherpa (a soft, fleecy material), cotton/lycra jersey knit (stretchy!) and flannel and it worked like a dream. Very worth the $20 and the instructions included in this machine's manual will have you up and running in no time.
I think those were the main things I saw mentioned in the reviews. Great machine for a great price. Obviously, if you want fancy monogramming/embroidery, serging, super heavy duty sewing, etc., then you need to invest in the appropriate machines for those things! For what it promises and the price, this machine is awesome!
I purchased this machine for the knee lift option, but am pleasantly surprised at all the other great features.. I sew for a living, and have had many, many sewing machines, including quite a few brother project runway machines. I never really appreciated the brother machine until I bought a very expensive Bernina machine. I then realized that the Brother machines have many of the same features as the Berninas.. They aren't built as well, they don't have the metal parts Berninas do, but they also cost a fraction of the cost...The Brother may not last 20 years like a Bernina, but then again, when you pay a fraction of the cost, when it comes time to replace it, you'll probably be looking at a new Brother with some great new features!
My knee lift quit working on my Bernina, and I really depend on it for speed. I noticed quite a few reviewers stated they didn't get the knee lift on this machine and thought it was a waste of time.. Let me tell you, if you sew a lot like I do, the knee lift is the best feature of a sewing machine. Once you get used to using it, you will never want to be without it!
Our only local sewing machine shop went out of business last year so I have no where local to take it to be repaired.. The nearest dealer is a 3 hour trip with a $100 minimum to look at it, plus whatever it costs to fix it with parts, etc... If it has to stay more than a few hours, it would mean another 3 hour trip to pick it up..
I started looking for machines with knee lifts and found this one on Amazon.. After doing a lot of research on it, I decided it was worth purchasing this machine, as it could easily end up costing me this much to repair my Bernina..
I am really so surprised by this machine... Not only does the knee lift work great, but it has a thread cutter I've never had in a machine before.. It's awesome.. You just push the thread cutter button when you finish sewing a seam and it actually cuts the thread.. What a time saver..
The options are very easy to use. There are quite a few decorative stitches including lettering that actually work! The lettering on my Bernina has never worked correctly.
The needle threader is different than my other brother machines and it took me a bit to get used to it.. At first I thought it didn't work and I was very disappointed, but after getting out the directions and following them (lol), I figured out how to use it and it's now easy as can be..
It comes with a hard carry case, which is nice, but to be honest, I never use them, but if you like to cover your machine when not in use, it would be nice..
Probably the one thing I don't really like about it is where the spool of thread goes.. You lift the top of the machine to add the spool.. Once you thread the machine you close the top to sew, which is nice, except I don't use spools of thread, I use cones thread, so the top needs to stay in the open position. It's not a big deal, just kind of wish I could close it.
There are a lot more features than what I mentioned, but the bottom line is, this machine works great and offers a lot of features normally found in much more expensive machines... Right now I have four machines and I find that I am using this one about 80% of the time..