Brother LS2350 20-Stitch Functions Sewing Machine

Brother LS2350 20-Stitch Functions Sewing Machine

Brother LS2350 20-Stitch Functions Sewing Machine

by Brother

  • 20 stitch functions
  • 3 needle positions
  • Easy-to-use stitch width and length dials
  • 2 built-in stitches
  • Built-in free arm for sewing cuffs and sleeves
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  • from: $99.00
  • Usually ships in 1-2 business days
  1. Brand: Brother
  2. Package: 17.4 x 14.1 x 7.4 inches
  3. Shipping Weight: 14.75 pounds
  4. Item ID: upc:012502634553
  5. Item ID: ean:0012502634553

Product Description

The Brother LS2350 Sewing Machine is an easy-to-use, full-size sewing machine with 20 stitch functions. It features an easy automatic bobbin winding system, three-needle position selector and variable stitch width and length control. Great for everything from making clothing to decorative stitches.

Customer Reviews

Average Customer Review
 (5 customer reviews)

Wonderful for a beginner, December 30, 2012
I purchased this sewing machine at a local sale brand new. It is my first new sewing machine. I previously was loaned a 1970's sewing machine my Aunt had so I could get the hang of sewing and decide if it was something I would enjoy.
I am very satisfied with this sewing machine as a novice. I can see however, that I will eventually outgrow this machine and want something with more options, decorative stitch functions, ect. This machine has no decorative stitch functions, despite what it may say on the box about having 20 stitches. Those are all achieved by adjusting controls as you sew. It is quite difficult for me to hold my fabric with one hand and repeatedly adjust the length of my stitches with the other so those stitches will likely never be used by me. Other than that bit I am really enjoying sewing with this machine.
I recommend you read the manual several times and keep it handy to look at it as you may need. Every machine has it's little quirks and this one is no.

NOT good for a beginner, December 20, 2013
P. Kershaw "Fairn" (St. Louis, MO)
I disagree with the other reviewers here. The only aspect of this machine that would make it good for a beginner is the low price and the simplicity of the knobs and threading setup. Everything else about this machine would really discourage a beginner. The biggest of these problems is the motor. This machine's motor is so weak, it is not capable of stitching slowly. I can slowly sink my foot into the pedal and press it nearly halfway down, but all I produce is the buzz of the motor that usually proceeds needle movement. If I sink my foot any lower, the machine immediately dashes into a speed much higher than it ought to. It's impossible for an inexperienced sewer (aka me) to maintain control and direction of the stitching at that speed. I used to own an old, but very well-made and more expensive, Singer machine and never experienced this problem. I never had to use the handwheel to manually stitch so I wouldn't have to use a silly 2-speed motor (1st speed: not moving; 2nd speed:.

1st sewing machine Love It!, February 4, 2013
I really wanted to learn how to sew after 20 years. This sewing machine is awesome for beginners and small projects. I have watched UTube videos and made my 1st pillow. Going to make a few more and apron next. Having lots of fun and love it. So does my 5 year old. Thank you mom!

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