Brother XR9500PRW Project Runway Limited Edition is a hard core mean sewing machine built with almost 100 utilities, heirloom, and decorative stitches. It is an ideal machine for embellishing and embroidering almost everything from home decors, clothing and for your creative quilt designs. The machine is built with 140 stitch functions for you to choose from. The machine has also a super-wide, 7mm zigzag decorative stitches and a built in sewing font for your basic monogramming projects it has also a built-in 55 alphanumeric stitch for your creative ensemble. You can also select one of its 8 styles of auto-size buttonholes for precision.
Brother XR9500PRW Sewing Machine Review
For the support, it has an easy winding system for your bobbin, free arm for your ease to sew cuffs, sleeves and other cylindrical and hard to reach areas. The table is also made over-sized for you to have an ample space for your big quilts, blankets and draperies. It has a super duper easy bobbin winding system to help you with your threads, a luminous work area! Thanks to the installed LED for you to see your project even more in detail and to help you work with dark fabrics and dark threads. It has a full assortment of accessories like your collection of feet- the buttonhole, zigzag foot, zipper foot, button sewing foot, overcasting foot, Blind stitch foot and your monogramming foot. Other accessories include your pouch with your needle showcase, twin needles, ball point needles, some bobbins, extra spool pin, screw driver for troubleshooting, cleaning brush, seam ripper, your power cord and the manual with DVD!
It has a maximum speed of 850 stitches per minute, stitch width at 7mm and length of 5mm. It has its speed controller to adjust your own sewing speed- at your leisure. It has a twin needle setting key, needle position key; your drop feed motion function and the automatic presser foot pressure adjustment.
The Brother XR9500PRW is priced at $170.00, and most of the people in Amazon really rated the machine at 4.6 stars out of 5. It is perfect for beginners because it doesn’t really complicate the sewing process. It is also a quiet machine and very capable of handling jeans and heavy multi-layered fabrics. Its speed is also very much impressed. It is lightweight and very handy for people who are taking quilting and sewing classes. Though other sewers find the machine tedious because the neck is somehow low that makes working under the bedplate nearly impossible, they’re also having a hard time in feeding the fabric to the plate- sewers still have to hold the screwdriver for support to unscrew the plate. There’s also a “peg” like structure on the plate that if the plate is moved, it will tear the upper thread. It’s branded as cramped and flawed by some? So what do you think about its efficiency and its value for money?