The Orples Learn To Sew On Their New Brother Sewing Machine

I know—we’re bad, as we’ve not been visiting our neighbors everyday like we used to do. No worries, we still intend to visit our fellow bloggers blog as we’ve done in the past. However, we do tend to get sidetracked.  Today, for example, while we have been setting our our ‘Toy Store and Gift Shop‘, which is slowly, but surely coming along, we ran into a fabulous deal on this sewing machine. Not only do I sew, I own a Brother sewing machine, and I love it.

The Orples are learning to sew on their new Brother Sewing Machine
The Orples are learning to sew on their new Brother Sewing Machine

I bit-mapped the image on the photo I stole from Amazon’s site to set up this post to save time, since I lack it and there is really no point in reinventing the wheel, but if you actually go to Amazon’s site to see their photo, (and their complete video introducing the many features) you will see how intricate the face of this machine is and all that it has to offer.  For starters, the Brother CS6000i Computerized Sewing machine offers 60 built in stitches, along with an automatic  buttonhole  feature capable of seven designs within itself. In addition to the built in features, you get your basic accessories and the hard cover carry case. Not to mention, this is a free arm sewing machine, making sewing things like pant cuffs, etc. a breeze.  This machine has a retail list value of over $400.00 but is being sold for under $145.00 including shipping. I might end up being my own best customer with deals like this to be had.  This is an amazing offer, so if you sew or are thinking of learning, you might want to check this superb deal out. Enough said.  Follow the link to Amazon and watch their video if you are interested in learning more and/or seeing why Olivia, Oscar, and I are so excited about this particular deal.

2 thoughts on “The Orples Learn To Sew On Their New Brother Sewing Machine”

  1. I can’t sew for the life of me. But I do know one who has it and he generously ask other people if they need anything sewn. Owning one is wise and practical rather taking it to alteration shop.

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