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Brother Sewing and Quilting Machine, CS6000i, 60 Built-in Stitches, 2.0" LCD Display, Wide Table, 9 Included Sewing Feet
- 60 Unique built-in stitches: The Brother CS6000i includes 60 built-in sewing stitches, including decorative stitches and 7 styles of auto-size buttonholes
- Automatic needle threader and drop-in top bobbin: This sewing and quilting machine includes an automatic needle threader that perfectly pushes thread through the needle and a convenient, jam resistant drop-in top bobbin
- Included accessories: The CS6000i includes a hard protective case, wide table, 10 sewing feet, needle set including twin needle, 3 bobbins and more
- LCD Screen: Easily select your stitches with the touch of a button and view your selections on the LCD display
- 25 Year limited warranty: The CS6000i is backed by a 25 Year limited warranty with free technical support for the life of the product
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This user-friendly and portable sewing and quilting machine offers a wide range of quilting and sewing features at an affordable price. The CS6000i features 60 built-in sewing stitches, including decorative stitches and 7 styles of one-step buttonholes. There are 9 presser feet included in this machine - buttonhole, overcasting, monogramming, zipper, zigzag, blindstich, button fitting, walking, and spring action quilting foot. This machine also includes a detachable wide table that is perfect for larger quilting projects. The Brother CS6000i sewing machine has been engineered for ease of use. A simple-to-view backlit LCD display, an automatic needle threader, easy-to-follow threading diagrams, and an adjustable sewing speed control system are all included. An easy-to-see, brightly lit sewing area is quite helpful when sewing on dark fabrics. An automatic needle threader has been added to perfectly align thread through the needle. A built-in free arm helps to assist with sewing pant legs, sleeves, and other cylindrical items. The CS6000i sewing machine also includes a hard machine case, making it a perfect traveling sewing machine. The CS6000i sewing and quilting machine includes a printed Quick Start guide and complete instructions manuals in English and Spanish. We do not recommend using this machine in countries that do not support 120V AC, even if a voltage adapter is in use. This sewing and quilting machine includes a bilingual user manual, a 25-year limited , and free customer phone and online technical support for the life of the product.
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There are a lot of reviews that state there are problems with the tension on this machine, and yes, I am finding that to be an issue. It seems that it doesn't matter how I adjust the tension, it just won't get it right. I have tried googling the problem and doing all of the required things- changing thread, changing the needle, changing the bobbin, etc, and nothing seems to work. There is as feature on the machine that when you stop stitching, it does one more stitch to finish in the down position (you can change it to finish up as well), when the machine does that, I am left with a large loop in my line of stitches. Since I like many of the other features, and this is a new machine, it looks like I will have to have it serviced (still under warranty, so I hope they can fix it).
Otherwise, the machine is quiet, I find the light to be just the right brightness, threading and winding the bobbin are easy, and I really love the adjustable speed control.
Essentially, you get what you pay for. If you sew on a weekly basis or do a lot of heavy duty sewing, this may not be the right machine for you. If you sew occasionally as a hobby or just to mend items, then this machine will work just fine (Assuming you can get the tension problems solved). Also, compared to my 20 year old brother that is all metal and weighs a ton, this does feel "cheap" as it is mostly plastic and very lightweight. I think that is more a sign of the times considering that most modern items are made with more plastic parts than metal.
**Update: March 31, 2015**
So after continued research, I have discovered the key to tension on this machine! Number one thing is that you MUST thread the machine with the needle AND presser foot in the UP position. I used to thread my old machine with the foot down so that I could see the needle better, but for this machine, it is essential that it be in the up position! Also, in the manual it says that "5" is the average tension for basic fabrics (cotton, cotton blends, poly, etc.)- for this machine though, that is NOT the average. I am having to sew with a tension between 3 and 4 for basic fabrics, and that helps a lot!
Also, in my review above, I stated that when the needle finishes in the down position, I was getting strange loops in my thread. I changed that so that the needle finishes in the up position (instructions are in the manual), and that has solved that problem.
So, don't give up! It might be a pain to solve some of these problems, but well worth it once they are fixed!
PROs: -This machine is so easy to thread once you get the hang of it. At first, you have to take your time and get to know the machine, but I can fill a bobbin in 60 seconds and thread this baby up in 10 seconds.
-Automatic buttonhole maker is a breeze! Fun too.
-Great value for your money. This machine will last you for many many projects, beginner and intermediate, if you treat it
-Push button start/stop/reverse & speed is so easy, I will never be using a pedal again. (Plus the one that comes with this model is either stop or lightening fast)
CONs: -As is, it will not work well with thick fabric, I would be wary to use demin materials. BUT im finding that if I change the presser foot, I am having better luck with thicker materials.
-I was also having tension issues, but I figured out that the default presser foot was just not giving me any room for the fabric. On this machine, you cannot adjust the lower tension or presser foot tension. I've solved my problems by using specialized presser foots. (Bought a universal set of like, 25, for a good price on this website).
Like all machines, the light is useless. Sew in the daylight! Or buy a clamp light, which I also did.
-The only other "problem" I've had with this machine is the fabric getting jammed under the needle. It gets dragged down there, knotted in the bobbin thread, occasionally. I have to be wary when working with lacey fabric, delicate silk types, or just at the ends of fabric pieces in general.
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The see-through bobbin case is a big plus for me, as I love being able to double-check that I have enough thread. The needle threader, which I’ve never had before, works like a charm, and it takes me barely twenty seconds to retread my machine now. It’s also way quieter than my old machine, and just has a nice sound about it.
All of the accessories that came with it work well. The walking foot is a revelation, and my new favourite toy when sewing stretch fabric. As aforementioned, it’s really easy and quick to re-thread the machine. There’s a sticker with a simple diagram up top, and each piece that you use when threading the machine is numbered.
It’s pretty easy to switch out needles and feet. The computer part works well; I have no issues scrolling quickly through the stitches, and I appreciate that it tells you which foot to use for which stitch.
I’ve sewn through a lot of different types of fabric, and this machine has held up well under all of them. I wanted something that was multi-purpose but had more options than my ancient Singer offered. This one was a fantastic choice, and I’m really glad it’s the one I got.