Home embroidery sewing machines are a boon for family stitching and embroidery or for small home boutique business. Unlike industrial purpose embroidery and sewing machines, they are small and portable in size, easy to operate and affordable in terms of prices. They combine the functions of both sewing and embroidery thus ruling out the need for having separate machines for both. At the same time, the computerized embroidery function using digitized design programs allow you to let your creativity flow over your designs and patterns.
Essential Information: If you are planning to get a home embroidery machine, you should know some essential operations required to carry out embroidery using it. First, you will have to get digitized designs available with all leading stores. You can edit these designs or make your own designs if you have the knowledge of computer graphics. The designs come in many different formats and you will have to take care that the one you choose is compatible with your machine.
After getting your design ready you will have to install it either on your home embroidery machine itself or the computer attached to it. When the design is installed the computer will indicate. The next step is to prepare the fabric using a stabilizer if required. Stabilizer is an additional piece of material that you put under or on the fabric to give it strength and stiffness for good embroidery. Stabilizers are also of several type and your users’ manual will tell you about the type needed for particular fabrics.
After stabilizing the fabric you place it on the hoop of your machine and refit the hoop onto the embroidery arm, thread the needle and start the machine. The machine stops after finishing one color of the design. Then you thread the needle with the next color and thus the process goes on. When the embroidery is finished, your home sewing embroidery machine stops, you take out the fabric and tear away or dissolve or iron out the stabilizer and your fabric is ready.
Versatility and ease of switchover are very important when you chose a home embroidery sewing machine that gives you the best of both embroidering and sewing. Brother home embroidery sewing machines are excellent in this respect. They have large sewing and embroidering areas, easy to edit screens and insightful software that easily switch it back and forth between embroidery and sewing functions. Some good home embroidery sewing machine models from Brother are: Quattro 6000D, Duetta 4500D, Innov IS 2800D, 1500D, 1250D, 900D, LB6770 PRW and SE-350.
All these home embroidery sewing machine models have the basic features of an embroidery machine combined with several new features differing from model to model. For a detailed information on these, contact your nearest Brother home embroidery sewing machine dealer or visit the Brother website. Whether you want a machine for family stitching and embroidering or for your home boutique business, brother home embroidery sewing machines will be ideal for you.