Brother XL2600I Review

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#4 Brother XL2600I

#4 Brother XL2600I

Built-In Stitches


Ease Of Use




Sewing Speed


The Good

  • Easy-To-Use Features
  • Great Value
  • Lighting
  • Accessory Storage

The Bad

  • No LCD Screen

Easy-To-Use Features: The Brother XL2600I has convenient features that make it extremely easy-to-use for beginners, including an automatic needle threader, drop-in bobbin system, automatic bobbin winding and a 1-step buttonholer.
Great Value: For this machine’s price point, you’d be hard-pressed to find a more value-packed system.
Lighting: The Brother XL2600I has a light that shines on its workstation, making it easy to see what you are working on, especially when using darker fabrics.
Accessory Storage: Built into this machine’s free arm is a convenient accessory storage compartment to store your sewing feet, bobbins and extra needles.
No LCD Screen: This machine does have easy-to-use dials, but unfortunately it isn’t computerized and doesn’t have an LCD display.
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