Brother XL-3750 Convertible 35-Stitch Free-Arm Sewing Machine with Quilting Table, 7 Presser Feet
- 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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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.
Accessories are housed in free arm of machine.
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The auto threader has never failed to thread the machine. I have used all sorts of material including denim and vinyl. Other than me being a novice and having less than spectacular results because of not knowing how to do something, the machine has performed like a champ. My wife has a more expensive machine and has commented on how user friendly it really is.
Just a note....I did not get a free machine for this review....I paid every single dime for it and so far well worth it!
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.
--needle threader: what an invention!
--comes with lots of foot attachments you'd normally pay a lot for (including quilting bar and rolling foot)
--machine cover included
--lots of utility and decorative stitches for the price
--one-step buttonhole maker
--relatively quiet (compared to older machines)
--pedal responds well to pressure changes, making speed easy to adjust
Good Amazon features:
--quick shipping of replacement item
NOTE: I am an Amazon Prime member. Don't know if that makes a difference with the shipping and returns.
No complaints thus far. I will update the review if I end up having any.
After reviewing and reading lots of reviews I decided on this machine. Boy! Am I glad I did....
First of all, the setup is quick and easy. The machine is lightweight and very quiet. Loading bobbins is easy. Haven't quite figured out the needle threading, but even without that feature using one of the little hand-held needle-threaders,it is still simple and quick. I am sure I'll figure out the self-threading eventually...LOL!! Also, the foot pedal is very responsive: a complaint I read about on some other machines.
The machine also comes with lots of extras...most of which I will have to figure out...button-holer, darner, quilting foot, and the list goes on. The little front/side piece comes off very easily to make cuffs and such very easy work on...and the quilting "table" is a nice device as well, pops right on. Also, there is a very nice dust cover which comes with the machine.
I hate reading directions and these were simple and had enough illustrations to suit my visual learning curve.
I purchased the plastic Brother's Universal case and the dust cover and foot pedal as well as an extension cord (mine) fits right in.
All in all, after a few hours use, I think I made the right decision on this little machine. If I run into problems, I'll let you all know.