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New Features of the Brother DreamWeaver Machines!

 Brother's new V-Series machines—the DreamWeaver Innov-is VQ3000 sewing & quilting machine; and the DreamWeaver XE Innov-is VN6200D sewing, quilting, & embroidery machine—have some amazingly innovative, industry-first features. Here are just a few:

Droplight

Advanced Droplight™ Embroidery Positioning Marker

 

Trying to guess where to drop the needle is a nightmare of the past with V-Series! Use the embroidery foot with LED pointer to easily see your needle drop position. No more guessing or raising the needle up and down to test. It is also helpful while using the stitch forward and backward keys.

MuVit

MuVit™ Digital Dual Feed System

 

The new MuVit™ Digital Dual Feed can powerfully feed fabric from the top AND bottom. This digitally-controlled, direct motor driven accessory foot was designed for difficult projects which require special handling – so you can rest assured that your ability to move it smoothly is just a touch away. Adjust the speed of the belt right on the LCD display screen. This makes it incredibly easy to sew precise, uniform stitches on a range of fabrics like leather, faux fur and silk.

Sew-Straight

Sew Straight™ Laser Vision Guide

 

One of the biggest challenges for quilters and sewers is sewing straight. This built-in laser gives you the straight and narrow to a straight line. The laser light moves in half millimeter increments within a 14mm area, and can be positioned on either side of the foot. A must-have feature for quilters doing piecing, edge joining, pintucking and for aligning multiple lines of stitching.

Vsonic

V-Sonic™ Pen Pal System

 

You use the sensor pen to place your embroidery pattern automatically by touching the desired center and upper portions on the fabric. For precise corners and borders, touch two points on the edge line of the pattern's embroidery square field to align it easily. It also helps to set placement points for sewing.

 

Stop by your local Quality Sewing & Vacuum Center to see the new DreamWeaver and DreamWeaver XE in action—you'll be amazed!
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