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Computerized embroidery machines allow you to enjoy future machine updates and download embroidery designs to your machine (with a Brother computerized embroidery machine, you can use thousands of embroidery designs by purchasing via iBroidery or they can upload their own designs with the built-in USB port). With these devices, you can also store your designs for later use and customize virtually every aspect of your embroidery experience, including the type of stitches you use, so there’s virtually no limit to what you can create.
Yes, there are computerized combination embroidery sewing machines that enable you to sew clothes and home décor as well as embroider them with unique designs, logos, monograms, and more. Choosing a computerized embroidery and sewing machine can offer added value within one machine without sacrificing any of the functions or features you need for a superior sewing and embroidery experience.
The term “programmable embroidery machine” refers to something slightly different than the term “computerized embroidery machine.” Programmable embroidery machines automatically embroider pre-programmed designs and let you control many of the functions of your device with just the push of a button. That said, most programmable embroidery machines also allow for computer connectivity, so you can generally download patterns, modify them to suit your project, or create your own original designs for something truly personalized.
Yes, computerized embroidery machines can be a great choice for beginners, especially those who consider themselves tech-savvy. A computerized embroidery machine helps take the guesswork out of the embroidery equation and can give beginners the confidence they need to explore (while giving expert embroiderers the variety they crave).
In order to select the best computerized embroidery machine for your needs, you’ll first want to first determine whether you want just embroidery functions or a sewing-embroidery combo device. In addition, you’ll want to consider reliability, versatility, and cost, as well as the following factors: