A sewing machine is a machine used to stitch fabric and other materials together with thread. Sewing machines were invented during the first Industrial Revolution to decrease the amount of manual sewing work performed in clothing companies. Without the sewing machine, the world would be a very different place. Like the automobile, the cotton gin and countless other innovations from the past 300 years, the sewing machine takes something time-consuming and laborious and makes it fast and easy. With the invention of the mechanized sewing machine, manufacturers could suddenly produce piles of high-quality clothing at minimal expense.
Because of this technology, the vast majority of people in the world can now afford the sort of sturdy, finely-stitched clothes that were a luxury only 200 years ago. At one time, all mothers taught their daughters to sew. Today that is no longer true, and although almost everyone has seen a sewing machine, many people use one only rarely, if at all. Unless you are interested in a career in fashion design or sewing machine repair, chances are you have not had much reason to use one. So you may not know that a sewing machine is a miracle of intricate, old-fashioned mechanical technology.
The features of the BROTHER CE-5000PRW are:
• 50 built-in stitches including 5 styles of one-step automatic buttonholes
• LCD screen with computerized stitch selection
• Automatic needle threading system
• Fast bobbin winding system
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