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Thread: Dream Weaver

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    Junior Member
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    Jun 2010
    North Dakota

    Dream Weaver

    Has any one bought the new Brother Dream Weaver sewing machines i am thinking about one real seriously. If you have one what is your opinion on them? Cannt find a price on them unless you call for info so not sure what they are selling for. Can you let me know what you think of them please. thank you mkay

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    Join Date
    Jan 2012
    I have the Deam Weaver quilt and Sewing machine. I love it. I am just learning to quilt so not a lot of time on the machine yet. I got it in late September. I love love love the laser light. Helps me make those perfect 1/4 inch seams. I have not used the foot attachment for sewing thick fabrics yet - like a very large walking foot. The machine comes with many feet and so far I am in love with it. Trying to machine quilt - not so much... i have so much to learn there. But having that 11.25 inch throat is heaven.

    I paid 3300.00 including tax as a pre-release price. I understand this one retails for about 5500.00 now, but deals can be had. If you need nice big machine go for it. So many cool features.

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    Super Member Dolphyngyrl's Avatar
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    Jan 2009
    Southern California
    I have the sewing embroidery combo and love it so many features make this a wonderful machine. the laser light makes it awesome to sew straight no that brothers really need it. The lighting is super bright, seriously haven't used my ottlite since I bought it. The new foot haven't used much yet but put it to the test the other night just to see the power 6 layers of denim, perfect stitches no tension adjustments, went through like butter, I can only imagine how awesome it will be to SITD with this foot or straight line quilting. The harp space is awesome. Now for the embroidery it comes out beautiful, and the pen laser will if you hoop your fabric crooked will tell the machine how to reangle the design so it stitches out straight. The sewing one does retail in the 5000 range as well as the embroidery only. the combo retails at almost 9000. My dealer gave me more than my trade in was worth around 2600 for an 1800 dollar machine so I paid 6400 and he threw in the foot controller for me which I like but takes some getting used to. I was thinking I wanted accufeed but when I saw this machine that thought went out the door. There is just no technology comparable to their new foot and it has a differential feed where you can adjust the speed
    Brother (XL-3500i, CV3550, SQ-9050, Dreamweaver XE6200D), Juki MO-2000QVP, Handiquilter Avante

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