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Brother CP-7500 Computerized Sewing Machine

by Brother

Price: CDN$ 354.29
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  • LCD screen with computerized stitch selection; automatic Needle threading
  • Oversized Wide Table for quilting and larger projects; and a full assortment of accessories including Sewing Feet and Quilting Feet
  • Hard cover protects your machine
  • 25-year limited warranty


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 51.5 x 32.2 x 45.6 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 9 Kg
  • Item model number: CP-7500
  • ASIN: B0039YOVSG
  • Date first available at Amazon.ca: July 10 2012
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #186,246 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Amazon.com: 94 reviews
185 of 185 people found the following review helpful
Just a beginner Dec 20 2010
By Don S. - Published on Amazon.com
I'm a railroad engineer and have never sewn before, but wanted to repair some work clothes. I knew I wanted a machine that would be EASY TO USE, do more than just straight or zigzag stitching, have a good reputation, and not cost a lot of money. I did a lot of research and decided upon this Brother CP7500, and I'm sure glad I did. It is so easy to use I can't believe it--20 minutes after it arrived I was repairing my jacket. The instructions are easy to understand (there are even diagrams on the machine) and make it easy to wind bobbins, thread the machine, and to sew different stitches--just pick one and the computer sets everything up. Stitch settings are easily adjustable, and this machine is very quiet and smooth.

This sewing machine has several features that make it easy to use, even for me, but the ones I like the most are:
1. slider control for speed--super slow to super fast.
2. "automatic" threader--line up the thread, push the lever, and the needle is threaded.
3. drop-in bobbin with see-thru lid--just drop it in, follow the arrows and go.

I have sewn (repaired) flannel shirts, nylon jacket, denim jacket, and cotton duck overalls--and not had any problems with thread tension, threads bunching up, or jams. I am very pleased with this Brother CP7500 and would recommend it to my friends.
54 of 55 people found the following review helpful
Good Quilter's Machine Feb. 27 2011
By J. Blake - Published on Amazon.com
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If you like to sew quilts, consider this machine. Very easy to learn and use. I used a very basic machine for years and thought that was just fine. But after using this machine I realize how easier my crafting would have been. Self threading, bobbin that you can see, more than enough stitch options, quiet, great accessories for quilting, cover -- I could go on and on. But truly, a great machine at a very good price. You won't be disappointed.
60 of 63 people found the following review helpful
Love this machine Sept. 14 2010
By Mar - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
I must say I'm very impressed with this machine. Very easy to use, love the auto threader and auto start/stop sewing feature. Bobbin is super easy, threading is super ease and there are a multitude of options to enhance a garment. As far as I'm concerned you can't go wrong with this sewing machine and the price is very, very reasonable.
49 of 52 people found the following review helpful
Great first sewing machine Aug. 28 2011
By Catherine Robson - Published on Amazon.com
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I bought this machine after reading many reviews about the various machines. I was between the Brother CP-7500, Brother CS6000i, and the Singer 7442.

My Experience:
I had used one sewing machine before (beyond middle school sewing class which I remember none of)which was my mother's machine, much different than I was looking to get as I wanted a more modern sewing machine that was somewhat computerized.

My Goals:
- I wanted to try sewing as a hobby, but didn't know that I would use it consistently. I knew I at the very least wanted to use it for small projects and clothing fixes or alterations.
- I didn't want the cheapest machine out there, but I also didn't need the most expensive features.
- I wanted it to do the basics easily, but leave room for me to learn and grow

The machine has nicely fit my needs. I was able to thread it (self-threading bobbin is really a life saver - I spent forever trying to figure this out on my mother's machine!) and start sewing rather quickly to fix the pile of problem clothes we had. I have also been able to try a few projects. I only had trouble with one project where the layers I was trying to sew through were quite thick and the material was stretchy. After reading more, I might have been using the wrong pressure foot and needle to make this work properly - so I expect this was user error more than machine! I have been able to sew buttons back on pants, fix dress straps, create table runners, and more.

The pros:
- Easy to get set up and running quickly with. The instructions were quite good for someone like me who really didn't even know where to start.
- Does all the basics quite well, and comes with a lot of extra parts (pressure foots, extra bobbins, seam ripper, quilting extender, etc) that usually cost a lot to get after the fact.
- Has a lot of stitches, and they seem to work quite well! Expecting to have some fun with this machine...
- The feed dogs go down so you can do things like buttons or other sewing needs where you don't want the material to move.

The cons:
- This machine requires special bobbins that are taller than most. I went to the local Jo-Ann fabrics store and it appears they do not sell them. I'll be buying them online - but in general Brother sewing machines seem to be much harder to find parts for in the local stores - the focus is on Singer machines there.
- The LED light is really not very bright. I have to have ample extra lighting in my work area to see what I am doing, especially when working with same colored material and thread.

Overall I think this sewing machine is a great buy. It's a modern machine but still feels well built and reliable. It fit my needs and I'm looking forward to doing more projects with it.
24 of 24 people found the following review helpful
good value April 28 2011
By drysplash - Published on Amazon.com
Sews all stitches and buttonholes well. Lightweight for easy portability. Love the table and feet included. Would have given it 5 stars for the price except that it needs better lighting.