37 unique built-in stitches: The Brother ST371HD features 37 built-in stitches including an auto-size buttonhole
Automatic needle threader and drop-in top bobbin: This sewing machine includes an automatic needle threader that perfectly pushes the thread through the needle and a convenient, jam resistant drop-in top bobbin
Included accessories: The ST371HD heavy duty sewing machine includes 6 sewing feet, instructional DVD, manual and more
Versatile free arm: This free arm sewing machine is perfect for a wide range of everyday sewing projects, and users from beginning to advanced
At your side support: The ST371HD sewing machine comes with Brother at your side support offering free technical support via online, live chat or phone for the life of your machine
This product is intended for sale only in the US at 120 volts, and any other use or sale voids the warranty.
The Brother ST371HD is a perfectly designed heavy duty sewing machine for those requiring flexibility and durability. This strong and durable sewing machine is a perfect machine for everyday sewing and mending on everything from thick outdoor fabrics to lightweight and elegant silks. The ST371HD includes a metal needle plate for smoother fabric feeding and heavyweight needles. The 37 utility and decorative stitches for blind hems, stretch stitches, buttonholes, zipper insertion, and more gives this exceptional sewing machine even more value.
The Brother ST371HD comes complete with 6 sewing feet, including a spring action zigzag foot and nonstick, blind stitch, zipper, buttonhole, and button sewing feet. Additionally, the drop feed feature allows you to complete free-motion sewing with ease. This heavy-duty sewing machine also has a built-in easy needle threader, a jam-resistant Quick-Set drop-in top bobbin, an automatic bobbin winding system, and a free arm for sewing cuffs, sleeves and jeans.
Storage is made easy with a built-in handle that allows the Brother ST371HD to go from sewing table to storage quickly. Operating at a maximum sewing speed of 800 stitches per minute, the Brother ST371HD can quickly yet efficiently complete sewing projects without compromising quality. This sewing machine also includes an instructional DVD to help you get started and an English and Spanish userâs manual. This product is also backed by a 25-year limited warranty with free technical phone support for the life of the product.
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