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In this installment of Master Crafters, two talented Craftster members -- crafty_dame and alwaysinmyroom -- received sewing machines from Brother's C-Combo line of combination embroidery and sewing machines. Check out the amazing projects they made!

Introducing the C-Combo Machine Series
High Quality Sewing and Embroidery Combination Machines



SE-350
Priced to fit your budget but designed to give your projects that customized, higher-end look. Starting at around US$399*.
Features include:
• 67 built-in stitches and 70 built-in embroidery designs
• On-screen reference guide in 16 languages
• Automatic push-button thread cutter
• Advanced needle threading system
• Backlit touch screen LCD
• Aluminum chassis construction

Click here to learn more at the Brother USA site
Click here to access a Brother International site for your own country

Innov-ís 900D
Touts the same great features of the SE350 with advanced extras making it the ideal "go-to" machine for hobbyists of all skill levels. Starting at around US$649*.
Additional features include:
• 35 built-in embroidery designs featuring Disney/Pixar characters
• 3 built-in alphanumeric sewing fonts with the ability to adjust character spacing
• Combine stitches and use the exclusive My Custom Stitch™ feature for greater creativity
• A Sew Nice Pic™ frame to add personalization to your machine
• Computer connectivity with update and transfer capabilities
• Hard cover carrying case to protect your machine when you're on the go

Click here to learn more at the Brother USA site
Click here to access a Brother International site for your own country

* Prices set by dealers may vary
©Disney. ©Disney/Pixar®


In addition to the built-in stitch functions and built-in embroidery designs, here are just just a few examples of designs you can purchase on Brother Embroidery Cards. Check out Brother's free downloadable designs as well.
Plus! Using Brother's PE-DESIGN software you can create embroidery designs from your own drawings or from just about any pre-existing clip-art.


crafty_dames's projects made with the Brother SE-350
Introduction to the machine's fabulous-ness!

... There's pretty much no way you could stop me from embroidering more things now that I've started. I have a huge list of future projects already, and so do all the members of my family. ...
click here to read more and to see more pics
Embroidered Leather Jewelery

...While I was waiting for the machine to arrive, I took a few books out of the library on machine embroidery, and one had some really neat jewelery in it. It totally inspired me...
click here to read more and to see more pics
Rosey Posey Cardigan

...This was the first project I did using "Memory Card No 74 - Scrapbooking," after I fell in love with the roses...
click here to read more and to see more pics
Terry Cloth Bibs!

...This was really my first first planned project with the machine. I had been brainstorming ideas to make bibs like these, but I didn't really want to stencil them or applique them...
click here to read more and to see more pics
Embroidered Buttons that live on cardigans (or will!)

...Covered buttons are a fabulous sewing accessory that we just don't use often enough anymore to suit me...
click here to read more and to see more pics
Housewares! Fluttering tea towels and a nostalgic picture frame

...we're big farm people. I recently realized that every piece of artwork in our home (other than my etsy prints collection!) shows the prairies in some way...
click here to read more and to see more pics
Embroidered Button that lives on a plush velvet bag!

...This bag was made to show off the awesome rose button I made, and as an excuse to finally play with the vintage red velvet fabric that I've been hoarding...
click here to read more and to see more pics
Lace-trimmed skirt

...I love lace and ruffles, and I love them the most when they're in unexpected colours and materials. The idea of making my own lace totally appeals me (so many colour options!!), so I HAD to order Memory Card No. 44 - Lace II...
click here to read more and to see more pics
Embroidered Music Quilt

...The mom is a musician and a composer who teaches piano and plays both piano and trombone beautifully, so I'm certain that the baby is going to grow up in a music loving household - the treble clefs on this card were perfect!...
click here to read more and to see more pics
 


alwaysinmyroom's projects made with the Brother Innov-ís 900D

Introduction: Spreading my Wings

...I have a shoe box labeled "INSPIRATION", and I am quickly filling it with ideas for future projects! It feels wonderful to be creative and to wake up with a purpose to make something fun or beautiful...
click here to read more and to see more pics
A Birdy Needlebook

...I decided to further try out the decorative stitches by making something. I had a particular person in mind who wanted a needlebook....
click here to read more and to see more pics
My Kimono Bag but Better!

...I'm so glad I received Memory Card No. 56 - Asia! There were so many designs that it was hard to decide what to do in such a short period of time!...
click here to read more and to see more pics
Black and White (oh, and Red) Blouse

...I saw a blouse in a catalog that I receive, you know the one with gorgeous clothes in a funky setting that cost a lot of money... The blouse had a black and white design on one side. I decided I could make a similar design using the floral card...
click here to read more and to see more pics
Get Out Your Sunglasses for This Pillow!

...once I was comfortable using the sewing part of the machine, I decided to try out one of the embroidery cards...
click here to read more and to see more pics
When one isn't enough...Another Bright Pillow!

...Once I made my first pillow, I was feeling confident so I decided to make another one! I really liked the idea of embroidering on bright, patterned fabric...
click here to read more and to see more pics
Finally! I can start throwing out my scraps! Fabricbook

...If you have a stash of fabric, you also have a stash of scraps! Well, scraps were taking over my closets and garage but I just could not get rid of them!...
click here to read more and to see more pics
Be the Perfect Guest with this Bottle Gift Bag

...I know that you can make appliques with embroidery but I wanted to take it and make some dimensional pieces...
click here to read more and to see more pics




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