A popular computerized sewing machine is the Brother DZ2400. It has many essential features for beginners and the more seasoned enthusiasts alike. Its ease of use and variety of stitches is recommended for those just starting to dip their toes in sewing but will also support more advanced sewers.
Pro Easy bobbin-winding because of the instructions on top of the machine
To wind a bobbin, you can pull the metal pin up at the top of the machine, put your spool of thread on it, and follow the step by step instructions located at the top of the machine for the exact path that the thread needs to follow. Because of its ease, users find it convenient to change color threads to another. Take note to always use the slow setting when winding bobbins.
Pro Has 55 alphanumeric monogramming stitches
The machine includes 55 alphanumeric stitches (letters A-Z, numbers 0-9, symbols such as & and ? and umlauted letters like Ä, Ö and Ü) for basic monogramming on clothes. Monogramming is the art of stitching letters and numbers in fabrics, mostly on linens, and towels.
Pro Package includes 12 presser feet
The machine has 12 free presser feet with each foot valued at more than $10 each: Zigzag foot (on machine), Buttonhole foot, Zipper foot, Button sewing foot, Overcasting foot, Blind stitch foot, Monogramming foot, Quilting foot, Walking foot with quilt guide, and a 1/4 inch (piecing) foot.