The Brother SE625 Computerized Sewing And Embroidery Machine Review, this model comes with 103 stitches for sewing, and 280 embroidery designs.
It also has the USB port allowing you to download from the internet as many designs as you want, and you can use a USB stick just to be safe for this, but stick is not included.
From the 280 embroidery designs, 80 are built-in and the other 200 are on the included CD.
The Brother SE625 Has the Sew Smart color LCD touch screen that is 3.2 inches and along with your embroidery designs it will also show you stitches for Sewing
Features Of The Brother SE625
- 3.2 inch LCD touch screen
- 4.4 inch embroidery field and hoop
- 103 sewing stitches
- 280 embroidery designs
- USB port to import many other designs
- LED lighting
- Automatic needle threader
- Start/stop button on the front
- Button for thread cutting
- Carrying handle
- Needle position button
- Reverse stitch button
- Speed control slider
- Accessory storage area
- Embroidery unit
- Thread tension dial
- 7 presser feet
- 7 point feed dog system
- Embroidery foot
The Brother SE625 comes with 103 stitches, and on the 3.2 inch color LCD touch screen where you can access the stitches.
You can also set the stitch width and length to your preference on the touch screen, and it comes with a variety of decorative stitches, plus 8 styles of one step buttonholes
The stitches are displayed in the instruction manual and on the touch screen, and shows you which foot to use for the stitch you chose.
When winding the bobbin just follow the guides on top of the machine or refer to the instruction manual.
When placing the bobbin on its winding shaft you need the notch on the bobbin aligning with the spring on the shaft, and wind you thread about 5 or 6 times clockwise on the bobbin.
Use the start/stop button when winding the bobbin, or the foot controller when plugged in.
To install the bobbin just remove the plastic cover, and insert the bobbin with the thread going to the left and follow the guide, then you’re ready to sew.
Threading The Brother SE625
Threading is easy by following the printed arrows on your machine, down to the automatic threader, then pulling the threader lever down, and you’re ready to go.
There are also 8 built-in tutorials you can bring up on the display screen if assistance is needed for any of the features.
The feed dogs system on this machine is, the 7 point system, meaning the teeth of the feed dogs make contact with the fabric in 7 places for a smooth delivery of the material when sewing.
It also has the ability to drop the feed dogs for free motion sewing or even quilting.
7 Presser Feet
- Zigzag feet
- Zipper foot
- Buttonhole foot
- Button sewing foot
- Blind hem foot
- Overcasting foot
- Monogramming foot
The presser feet on this machine are the snap on type, so are quick and easy to change.
Free Arm Sewing
On this machine you remove the storage compartment giving you access to the free arm for shirts, sleeves, cuffs or other hard to sew areas.
Brother SE625 Accessories
- Spare bobbins
- Extra spool pin
- Lint brush
- Spool netting
- Eylet puncture
- Spool caps large and small
- Seam ripper
- Thread spool insert
- Twin needle
- Sewing needles
- Accessory pouch
- 7 presser feet plus embroidery foot
- Embroidery hoop 4 x 4 inch
- Fram set for aligning your embroidery designs
- Operation manual
- Foot control
- Power cord
- Soft cover
- CD with 200 embroidery designs
To attach the embroidery unit, remove the accessory tray then push the embroidery unit into its place, and to remove there is a lever under the end of it to push or pull on.
The hoop is 4 inches by 4 inches which is about average size, a smaller hoop would also work but the next bigger size is too big.
You will find the embroidery designs on your touch screen, and it also has a USB port where you can download almost an unlimited amount.
The embroidery thread that’s recommended is 60 weight.
So there are no limits to the designs you can come up with for your projects.
As the USB drive does not come with the machine, you would need to purchase it separately, and best to check which ones are combatable with this machine.
Specifications For The Brother SE625
- Weight of 24 pounds – Can be portable
- Handle for carrying
- 3.2 inch color touch screen
- 6.2 inches by 4.1 inch working space
- 21.1 inches by 16.4 inches x 15.3 inches in size
Pros And Cons
- Machine is easy to use
- Good for beginners and the more experienced
- USB connection
- Built-in embroidery designs
- Runs quiet and smooth
- Reasonable priced for all that it does
- Automatic features
- Adjustable stitch length and width
- Can take a beginner a little time to learn all the features
- Embroiders might want to be able to work with a larger hoop
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It comes with a 25- year warranty, 25 years against defective materials or workmanship, and 2 years on electrical and 1 year on parts and labor from date of purchase.
Another thing to mention is to not let any fabrics cover the air vent when the sewing machine is running as it needs air to cool the motor.
As a sewing and embroidering machine, the Brother SE625 can do just about anything you want it to.
The stitching is of good quality and so is the embroidering and will bring out the best of your creations.
So it is well worthwhile taking a look at this machine or trying it out for a test run, and the price is reasonable.
All the best on your sewing and embroidery projects.
Take a look to another great Sewing And Embroidery Brother Machine, the Brother SE600