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Brother Intl earns Nod from Francesa Sterlacci
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Jun '08
Deemed the machine that belongs in the sewing room of every serious quilter and seamstress, the PQ1500S from Brother International Corporation was put to the test by Francesa Sterlacci, former Chairperson of New York's Fashion Institute of Technology and current instructor at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco.

Touting one of the fastest sewing speeds in the market and the ability to stitch a variety of fabrics with precision, the PQ1500S passed a rigorous fashion critique ultimately earning the prestigious approval of Sterlacci.

"As a professor of fashion design for the past 18 years, I have been looking for a home sewing machine that could handle garment weight leather material.

I finally found what I was looking for in the Brother PQ1500S," said Sterlacci. "This machine operates with industrial machine strength but is much easier to operate.

Its walking foot attachment, as well as other attachments, allows the sewer to go from heavyweight materials to the finest chiffons with ease.

I highly recommend this machine to students, teachers, beginners and even experienced home sewers. It's portable, powerful and a breeze to operate."

The fashion industry is renowned for meticulous reviews and candid criticism, making Brother extremely proud to earn the approval of Sterlacci.

As one of the fastest home sewing machines on the market, the PQ1500S sews at speeds up to 1,500 stitches per minute. Maneuvering large projects is easy on its oversized bed, which is arguably one of the most generous sewing areas in the industry.

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