Babyhelp Fashion Classic Flexible Baby Carrier(Black)

Babyhelp Fashion Classic Flexible Baby Carrier(Black) [Baby Product]

  • Cotton
  • Imported
  • For baby 3-18months/3.5-13k
  • More wide and soft shoulder strap: Thick strap reduce mother pressure on the shoulder
  • High density non-slip webbing, adjustable buckle

– Heighten and foldable protection pad, it can be scroll down, baby face outwards – Strap main body with double safe design. Hand and feet open part with high density nylon buckle and plastic PP buckle – The adjustable designer can be suited for baby 3-18 months. It is the best gift for young and busy parents. – The products are usually sent to you in 2 days. It will takes about 8-21 days. Please feel free to contact us if you have any other question. Thanks!

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Brother SE400 Combination Computerized Sewing and 4×4 Embroidery Machine With 67 Built-in Stitches, 70 Built-in Designs, 5 Lettering Fonts

  • Sew, quilt, embroider. If you can imagine it, you can create it! Enjoy comprehensive sewing functions, plus 4-inch-by-4-inch embroidery capabilities
  • Easy-to-view back-lit touch screen LCD display accesses 67 unique sewing stitches and 70 built- in embroidery designs, with 5 lettering fonts.
  • Computer connectivity for importing thousands of embroidery designs purchased from iBroidery.com and other sites, and for updating your machine in the future
  • One-touch automatic thread cutter cuts your top and bobbin thread with ease
  • Bilingual user manual, 25-year limited warranty, and free phone support for the life of the product. We do not recommend using this machine in countries that do not support 120V AC even if a voltage adapter is in use

The computerized SE-400 combination embroidery and sewing machine is designed to help you give your projects a customized, high-end look — all while being priced to fit your budget! Featuring 70 built-in embroidery designs, 67 built-in sewing stitches, 120 frame pattern combinations and 5 embroidery lettering fonts, the SE-400 is the perfect machine for all your sewing, embroidery, crafting and home décor projects. Computer connectivity allows you to enjoy future machine updates and easily imp

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3 Comments/Reviews

  • Alexandra Athanassiou "Sandi" says:
    1,836 of 1,882 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Regarding the Brother SE-400 sewing & embroidery machine, April 26, 2010
    By 
    Alexandra Athanassiou “Sandi” (Columbia, MO USA) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    This review is from: Brother SE400 Combination Computerized Sewing and 4×4 Embroidery Machine With 67 Built-in Stitches, 70 Built-in Designs, 5 Lettering Fonts (Kitchen)
    I just purchased a Brother SE-400 computarized sewing and embroidery machine from Ken’s Sewing and Vacuum Center via Amazon.com. It arrived within three days. So far, I am VERY pleased with this machine.
    Loving embroidery, I decided to purchase the Brother SE-400, as it had all the features I wanted and it was within my price range. Prior to my purchase, I read all the web reviews I could find on the SE-350, as there are barely any reviews yet for the SE-400 (new on the market). Noteworthy is the fact that the SE-350 and the SE-400 are the exact same machines except for the additional computer connectivity that the SE-400 possesses. The SE-400 has a port for computer connectivity and comes with a USB cable which helps connect directly the sewing machine to your computer. This is an advantage over the SE-350 as this feature allows you to upload embroidery designs directly from the web(or your computer) to your machine, and update your machine’s operational software from Brother whenever updates occur.
    The SE-400 is compact enough, comes with a handle at the top, which makes it truly portable. Even though it is relatively lightweight (compared to my good 40-year old “all metal” Kenmore), the SE-400 feels sturdy while sewing and it is a very easy machine to operate. The manuals that came with the machine are very well written and the diagrams easy to follow. It took me only a few minutes to figure out how this machine operates. I love the self threading feature of the machine, as well as the built-in thread cutter, bobbin sensors, and drop in lower bobbin.
    I was also delighted to find out that the embroidery part of the machine has the following built in features: You can reflect an embroidery design; and rotate the design 1 degree, 10 degrees, or 90 degrees at a time.
    I appreciated all the enclosed accessories that came with my SE-400. I wished though that it came with an additional large embroidery hoop too, besides the medium hoop. I guess I will have to buy a large hoop sooner or later, if I am to become more involved with machine embroidery.
    The SE-400 is a good choice for a home sewer. I give it a 5-star.
    One more note. If you are looking for a hard carrying case for this machine, I highly recommend the Brother 5300 universal hard carrying case. It is the perfect fit for it.

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  • Camera addict "Love it!" says:
    1,846 of 1,895 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great for a newbie…, October 29, 2012
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    Camera addict “Love it!” (Fayettleville, NC USA) –

    This review is from: Brother SE400 Combination Computerized Sewing and 4×4 Embroidery Machine With 67 Built-in Stitches, 70 Built-in Designs, 5 Lettering Fonts (Kitchen)

    I bought this at a local big box store because I was worried I wouldn’t use it, wouldn’t like it, or wouldn’t be able to figure it out. Let me tell you about me, so you understand why those were my concerns…

    I’m about as crafty as a sock, my only sewing experience was sewing little bags with yarn closures as a kid, and I have NO PATIENCE. I don’t like manuals too much, which doesn’t help.

    For whatever reason, I got it in my head that I wanted to try this. Not sure why… but anyway, I’m a gadget junkie, so maybe that was part of it.

    I bought it, the little sample pack of thread at the same store, and stiched out one of the included patterns. It was AWFUL, but recognizable for what it was… Santa with some trailing letters. But the bobbin thread came up so much, most of the pattern was white… it was pretty bad. I thought “other people can do this… let me google it”. So I googled it, re-looked at my machine, and I had my bobbin threaded wrong (I missed the little lip it has to go under). Tried again, did a free “mouse in a stocking” pattern I found at emblibrary, and it was AWESOME! Super, duper cute… an inch away from perfect! The challenge there was I relied on the machine to tell me what color to put in, rather than the color change chart from the designer (FYI: apparently a common rookie move). So my mouse had pink feet and ear edges, instead of grey, but besides that… PERFECT!

    So I did the next thing, and it was GREAT. Here’s my lessons learned:
    1) Polyester (what comes in that sample pack) stretches a lot… so if you have a dense design, it will cause pucker. There’s probably ways to avoid it, but I avoid it by using rayon :).

    2) If it’s acting funny, it’s because it’s threaded wrong… most commonly for me, it’s the “lip” thing in the bobbin case. Then you get too much white. If it dies after a color change and about 8 stitches, says “recheck upper thread”, really, just rethread it, even if it looks fine.

    3) REALLY try to not stretch the fabric when you’re hooping it. Causes some scary puckering.

    4) There is a difference between different vendors of designs. Some are super good, some not so much. So try a sample or two from a site before you go hog-wild there. They may look cute on the screen, but when you try to stitch it out, they have 5 layers superimposed, which causes some issues, the margins are too thin, or the color changes are really poorly defined.

    5) You’re likely going to want some software. Many people apparently use Embird, so I wanted to like it, but I don’t like their business model… I may be missing something, but my understanding is that it’s a chunk of change for the base model, that much again if you want to make your own, that much again if you want to use letters, etc. It’s not nickel-and-diming, but hundred-and-hundred-and-fifty-dollaring. Same concept, different scale. They let you try it out, but it’s truly crippleware… you can’t save images you’ve built (like what that’s supposed to tell you, I don’t know… how can I know if this is ok if I can’t stitch it???). But I suggest you try it out… for whatever reason, it’s very popular. I found Stitch Era Universal, which is freeware that requires a constant internet connection, has ads, and is really free and useful. There are some things that are less useful than Embird (harder to see where your edges should be is my only concern right now), but I can take a design, add some text, save it to the file format I need, etc. I even got fancy and made part of a P-51 red so that I could do a pattern for the Tuskegee Airmen. Took me a while (~1.5 hours) to figure out how to do it, because I had to split objects, insert color changes, etc, but I did it. You can also digitize, but I’m guessing that’s hard. 🙂 Both of these have active yahoo groups. There are other software products, but I don’t know them, so can’t comment effectively.

    6) Don’t pay full price for any design unless you LOVE it and HAVE to have it now. There’s going to be a sale, you’re going to get a coupon, or something. That may just be at the sites I’m at, but so far, the sales make it super tempting to get those really neat designs. Put it in your wishlist, wait for a sale or coupon. YMMV.

    7) Get the free stuff! Sign up for the club, see what they offer free. Emblibrary has a great Christmas club, and a super nice selection of low cost designs that changes weekly. Bunnycup has a REALLY great selection of free retired sets (the ghosts are super cute!), great designs from a technical perspective, and frequent additions to the “new sets” page. It tends to be “cutsier” than I would love, but if you’re looking for cutesy, that’s a great start (lot of applique, too, and good instructional stuff).

    8) Get most of your non-thread stuff on amazon… it’s just cheaper and convenient. The things that I wouldn’t trade for the world are my…

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  • Truth T. says:
    990 of 1,041 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    great machine, usb Mac techie review., April 21, 2010
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    Truth T. (MARINA DEL REY, CA, United States) –

    This review is from: Brother SE400 Combination Computerized Sewing and 4×4 Embroidery Machine With 67 Built-in Stitches, 70 Built-in Designs, 5 Lettering Fonts (Kitchen)
    I agree with the rave reviews for the se-350 now se-400…. for sewing, it’s a dream of an upgrade from my battered but still working brother xr-40 bought from costco @ 10-ish years ago.
    for embroidery it’s limited as the max hoop size is not very large,and an extra purchase, but fun to play with. I give it 4 stars… it’s a great intermediate sewing and beginner embroidery machine.

    i purchased this machine (shipped promptly from J&R via Amazon) last month after a lot of research. what i found was…. the brother se-350 was pretty much identical to the brother project runway 6700 machine. the 6700 was recently updated to the 6800, adding 1 usb port, as was the se 350 was upgraded to the se-400 w/ usb port.
    the project runway machines come w/ a roller case, the se models ship w/ vinyl case. se-400 is 100 bucks cheaper than the PR 6800. the se 350 is still shipping for same price as se-400. I advise purchasing the se-400 even if you don’t plan on using it w/ your computer currently as brother will be offering system upgrades you will need usb port for.

    most software for embroidery sewing/embroidery machines is not Mac compatible so i assumed the usb port would be useless for a while.. Wrong!

    connect the se 400 via included usb cable to your Mac, it’ll show up as an external hard drive, mine was named ‘unknown’, I do not advise changing this. then add PES files from your computer by dropping them on the sewing machine/external drive. do not add folders of designs on machine, they must be added one at a time to be recognized. (mac will display pes designs in finder as an image…but I’ve yet to find any software to edit them…)

    Oh, & remember, it only holds 512 kb of data in memory so you can’t load all your designs, unless you have a compatible memory card to load in machines slot. and the designs MUST be 4″ by 4″ or smaller or machine will not recognize them. (You can buy a larger hoop size to fit more than one 4 x 4 designs on fabric.)
    And have fun!

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