Brother SE350 Computerized Embroidery-and-Sewing Machine
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- Sewing-and-embroidery machine with LCD touch screen for easy stitch selection and editing
- 67 built-in stitches, 98 stitch functions, and 10 styles of 1-step automatic buttonholes
- 70 built-in embroidery designs, 5 monogramming fonts, and 120 frame pattern combinations
- Automatic needle threader; 15 needle positions; maximum embroidery field of 4 by 4 inches
- Measures approximately 18 by 8 by 12 inches; 25-year limited warranty
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The SE350 computerized sewing and embroidery machine offers easy sewing and embellishment. You can embellish almost any item with over 70 built in embroidery designs or access over 1,000 additional designs from Brother's optional embroidery design cards. The SE350 has 5 bult in alphabet fonts as well. You can save up to 12 embroidery desings in the built in memory. The SE350 uses a 4" x 4" hoop size and has buit in embroidery rotation in 90 and 10 degree increments. Using the large LCD touch screen you can access embroidery designs as well as on-screen editing functions. The backlit LCD touch screen is easy to view with on-screen reference guide in 16 built in languages. This machine is also full of sewing features to construct garments, home dec projects, quilting or just basic sewing and mending. The SE350 has 10 styles of one-step automatic buttonholes, 67 built in stitches with 98 stitch functions, and a built in needle threader to save wear and tear on your eyes and fingers. The built in automatic push-button thread cutter makes garment sewing and embroidery fun and effortless. Brother's Quick-Set bobbin makes changing bobbins easy as you simply drop-in a full bobbin, pull the thread through the slot and begin. The included instructional CD gives easy to follow instructions on the features of the SE350. The written instruction manual is bilingual in english and spanish.
Top Customer Reviews
Out of the box, I was pleased. Evidently the bobbins are "different" than other bobbins as far as size but I already had a package of the exact same size.
The only trouble I've had was using 22 cent WM thread - the tension SOMETIMES wasn't right. But then, using Coates and Clark at $4 a spool also sometimes the tension was temperamental.
The instructions are comprehensive, the tutorials broadbrush. In the month I've had this I've sewn two dresses and one quilt, and hemmed a couple pairs of pants. Here are my comments on each:
The dresses were a satin (here I had some trouble with tension on the thin, slippery lining no matter the thread or tension setting) and a georgette (here I just totally botched the dress on my own but it was tricky to sew this very thin, gauzy fabric).
The quilt was a handmade one I'd just finished but I wanted to embroider a poem around the outer border. Some of the letters are a little weird - hard to line it up right but I think it turned out well for the most part. At some points, the machine would stop at the end of each letter, but most of the time it completed the whole word I'd programmed in. The size of the text was very accommodating - you can choose S, M, or L for the text size. My letters were anywhere from 1/2 inch to 2 inches tall.
The hemming of the pants was flawless.
Once you get the "bobbin thread low" message, I can't figure out how to replace the bobbin (much less fill a new bobbin without losing your place in the embroidery), making a seamless transition from the end of the old thread and the beginning of the new one.
I very much like that I don't need to worry about the thread pulling out of the needle as the needle descends if the "tail" isn't long enough, like my older sewing machines. I've never had that happen.