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PC660LA Laura Ashley Limited Edition Sewing & Quilting Machine by Brother

Item# 225-D016773S-AF | Model# PC660LA | Added on November 27, 2013 |
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PC660LA Laura Ashley Limited Edition Sewing & Quilting Machine by Brother
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Gift Note: This item ships in packaging that will reveal its contents. The Laura Ashley Limited Edition PC660LA offers outstanding performance in both sewing and quilting, with capabilities designed for large home décor projects, elaborate garment construction, quilting and everyday sewing. This machine boasts an exciting 128 sewing stitches, 10 styles of one-step buttonholes, and 3 sewing fonts (each with 55 alphanumeric characters) for basic monogramming. Plus, the My Custom Stitch™ feature gives you virtually unlimited stitch possibilities by allowing you to create personalized stitch patterns and save them to one of the machine's 10 memory pockets for later use. Enjoy sewing large quilts with the included wide table, and using the included 14 sewing feet for everything from quilting, to piping, zipper insertion, buttonholes and more. Included also is a sidecutter attachment for light serge-like edge finishing projects. Other advanced features include sideways sewing (for straight and zigzag sewing), variable speed control and start/stop button, automatic upper thread tension, adjustable presser foot height and pressure, and jam resistant Quick-Set™ top drop-in bobbin. Bring your design ideas to life with this incredibly versatile machine, and be inspired by its range of creative possibilities. Details: 138 built-in sewing stitches, including 10 styles of one-step buttonholes, 3 sewing fonts for basic monogramming, Easy stitch selection via 10 digit pad, My Custom ... read more
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