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In 1908, Kanekichi Yasui established the Yasui Sewing Machine Company for the repair of sewing machines
 which later was renamed the Brother Sewing Machine Company. The company was the one of the first
to mass-produce sewing machines in Japan in 1932. By 1954, Brother Sewing Machines were being exported
to the United States and other countries.  Today, Brother is one of the largest manufactures of sewing
 machines.  Brother has a huge selection of sewing and embroidery machines. 
Brother has a price point for everyone and the ease of use is unmatchable.


Use the Quick Links below to view a Brother machine.
 
Brother NV6700D DreamWeaver XE VM6200D



 

Brother DreamMaker XE VE2200

Dream Machine
XV8500D

DreamWeaver XE VM6200D VM5100 Dream
Creator XE
DreamMaker XE VE2200
       
Brother DreamWeaver VQ 3000    
 
DreamWeaver VQ 3000 DreamWeaver VQ2400 NQ3500D NQ1400E
       
       
Brother Innov-ís 80   Brother Innov-ís 40
NQ700PRW Innov-is 990D NS85E NS40E  
         
Brother Entreperneur Pro PR1000 Brother Entreperneur Pr850  
ScanNCut Entreperneur Pro PR1000E Entreperneur PR655 Persona PRS1000




Brother's Home and Hobby Cutting Machine








Brother is proud to be the Exclusive Sewing Machine Sponsor
of Two New Sewing Shows on PBS
– ’Sew it All‘ and ’It's Sew Easy‘.
 Both shows focus on how easy sewing can be when you have fun with styles
and techniques rather than focusing on perfection.

’Sew It All‘ and ’It's Sew Easy‘ were developed to ap

peal to younger sewers,
contemporary crafters and skilled sewing room veterans alike. Those who love Brother machines
and accessories will be excited to tune in to learn new techniques for apparel embellishment,
personalization, restyling clothes, DIY home décor, and more.
Some machines that are popular for these aspiring designers, craft-lovers, and quilters include the popular.





Brother is the Exclusive Sewing and Embroidery Licensee of Project Runway.
Watch contestants create runway fashions on Brother machines
until the ultimate designer is officially chosen at Fashion Week.

Don't forget to check out the Brother line of Project Runway Limited Edition sewing machines
to create your own personal couture just like the designers on the show!