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Best Embroidery Machines For Home Business In India

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Trishant Nimsarkar

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"From error to error one discovers the entire truth. "

- Sigmund Freud

 

Designing garments has been a lucrative business in India for decades. Many regional craftsmen and women have been involved in this industry and it is something that will never lose its significance, not even during the recession.

 

The fashion industry is ever-evolving and so is the embroidery business. The demand for embroidered garments has been increasing continually, not only in the local markets but also in the national and international markets.  

 

Embroidery, sewing, and stitching have their roots in the past where people used to create designs manually and took hours to finish their designs. But now the times have changed, it is the “Digital era” where manual efforts have largely been replaced by automation and machinery. 

 

The Indian government has been encouraging more and more women to start businesses of their own

Finding motivation from this, if you are someone who has already taken up the beautiful craft of embroidery, are thinking of starting a home-based embroidery business and are wondering which is the best embroidery machine for your business then here are the Top 5 embroidery machines that you must check out –

 

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1. Brother SE400 Combination 

 

BROTHER SE400 COMBINATION

 

You can embellish your fabrics beautifully and affordably with this machine. The brother se400 combination delivers a full range of sewing features and also has the ability to embellish your clothing.

 

It offers a built-in memory card with 67 built-in sewing stitches, including utility, heirloom, and decorative stitches. It has a large 4*4 embroidery area with design editing features like rotate mirror image and a tool that can increase/decrease the size of your designs. Not just this but it also has an easy-to-view back-lit, touch screen LCD display.

 

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2. Singer SE300 Legacy

 

SINGER SE300 LEGACY

 

Singer’s new baby in the market the SE 300 legacy is a lightweight sewing machine with 250 in-built stitches including basic, stretch decorative and buttonhole stitches. What makes this machine different from others is its extraordinary high speed – it has a maximum sewing speed of 800 stitches per minute.

 

This is also paired up with a variety of accessories which include a large & small embroidery hoop, all-purpose foot, satin stitch foot, zipper foot, blind hem foot and a lot more.

 

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3.  Brother Designio DZ820E

 

BROTHER DESIGNIO DZ820E

 

The brother designio dz820e machine has got a maximum embroidery field of 5”*7” which includes 3 embroidery frames. It also comes with a wide range of embroidery designs including 136 built-in designs, 200 on an included CD. It offers you the choice of over 5,000 unique designs to choose from.

 

4. Brother PE770 

 

BROTHER PE770

 

This one is a computerized embroidery machine compatible with a USB memory stick for easy import of designs. You can embellish everything right from a T-shirt to home decor items. You name it and you can have it ready!

 

The brother pe770 has 136 built-in embroidery patterns which include delicate scrollwork, intricate floral classic patterns, and 6 built-in lettering fonts and 12 border styles.

 

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5. Eversewn Hero

 

EVERSEWN HERO

 

The eversewn hero is a computerized sewing and embroidery machine. 

 

It is a compact and lightweight, easy to carry machine which makes it travel-friendly. 

 

It has a 7mm stitch width, automatic needle threader, adjustable foot pressure and 800 spm sewing speed along with a detailed LCD screen and a  400+ stitch package.

 

Selecting the best embroidery machine is vital to your home-based embroidery business. So make sure that you choose the one that will best suit your design needs.

 

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Trishant Nimsarkar

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