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Brother Intl Corp to celebrate 'National Embroidery Month'
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Feb '10
February is National Embroidery Month, and in celebration, Brother International Corporation invites enthusiasts and beginners to visit their local Authorized Brother Innov-ís Dealer to see the latest advancements in technology that have made embroidery easier than ever before. As a leader in the sewing and embroidery industry, Brother has a true commitment to innovation.

Offering a full line of embroidery machines with models suited for beginners, casual hobbyists and advanced users there is a machine for every skill level. Plus, with monthly financing options and aggressive rebates, these machines are even more affordable during National Embroidery Month.

The art of embroidery is a centuries-old skill. Traditionally a hand-craft, embroidery has greatly evolved with technological advancements and the development of computerized embroidery machines. The user-friendly features in today's computerized machines allow beginners to become a designer with the push of a button. Customizing existing apparel, accessories and home décor items with embroidery is much easier to do for some beginners than the skilled, sometimes complicated, steps of garment construction.
“Advancements in technology over the years have allowed us to enhance the features of our computerized sewing and embroidery machines making it easier than ever to achieve professional results and create customized designs,” explained Dean F. Shulman, senior vice president of Brother International Corporation and head of the company's home appliance division. “The ability to quickly, easily, and professionally personalize apparel, home décor and accessories is possible with all of our embroidery machines.”

Brother offers a variety of computerized machines from sewing and embroidery combination machines, to embroidery-only machines, to six-needle single head embroidery machines, like the Entrepreneur PR-650, that can provide unlimited business potential. Many of these machines include user-friendly features such as automatic needle threading, built-in designs and fonts for push-of-the-button embroidery, on-screen editing and customization, and a built-in embroidery card slot for access to thousands of optional designs.

The most advanced embroidery machine from Brother, the Entrepreneur PR-650, has automatic color changing on the six-needles of the machine. This feature allows for pre-programming of a thread color sequence for an entire design. Another time-saving feature is the automatic thread trimmer which means no time consuming trimming after the embroidery is complete.

The opportunities for personalization and customization with embroidery are endless from caps and bags for local sports teams, and shirts and uniforms for businesses, to monogrammed baby blankets, bibs and diaper bags. Plus, it's easy to add character to projects with exclusive licensed embroidery designs featuring popular Disney, Disney/Pixar, Nickelodeon, and Warner Bros. and DC Comics characters. With a Brother embroidery machine, crafters can have access to popular designs featuring characters such as: Mickey Mouse, Disney Princesses, Winnie the Pooh™, “Cars,” “The Incredibles”, “Toy Story”, “Finding Nemo”, “Monsters, Inc.”, Blue's Clues™, Dora the Explorer, SpongeBob Square Pants, “BATMAN”, “SUPERMAN”, “SUPERGIRL”, “Scooby-Doo” and “Looney Tunes.”

In celebration of National Embroidery Month, Brother is offering limited-time rebates, financing, or free gifts with purchase on an array of sewing and embroidery machines including the Entrepreneur PR-650, the Innov-ís 2800D, the Duetta 4500D, and the Quattro 6000D.

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