Brother CS7205 | Review

The Brother CS7205 was first introduced in 2016 and was aimed at the intermediate sewing and quilting marked. It has a semi-strong motor and a long list of included accessories We are going to test the Brother CS7205 to find out if it's worth the buy.

On Paper, The brother has what it takes to be one of their best sewing machines, maybe even of all times!



The Brother CS7205 has 150 built-in stitches, That include everything from alphanumerics to buttonhole stitches. It also has LED lighting and an automatic needle threader. It can deliver 850 stitches per minute and it has a speed control slider.

Specification list:

  • 150 Built-in stitches including 55 alphanumeric and 8 one-step buttonholes

  • The automatic needle threading system

  • 850 stitches per minute

  • LED light

  • LCD Screen

  • Speed control




Brother has always been very generous with including all the necessary accessories. This is especially true when it comes to the Brother CS7205.

You get 11 presser feet, made to compliment the 150 included stitches.

The greatest accessory for me is the wide table. It gives room to take on bigger projects that requires more space. It has also had a bobbin/Storage box that you remove when you need the free arm or when you install the wide table.

Accessories list:

  • 150 Built-in stitches including 55 alphanumeric and 8 one-step buttonholes

  • Wide table included

  • 11 Presser feet

  • Foot Controller

  • Seam Ripper

  • Bobbins

  • Needle set

  • Twin Needle

  • ballpoint needle

  • Cleaning brush

  • Screwdriver

  • Spool caps

  • extra spool pin

  • quilting guide

  • eyelet punch

Presser feet included:

  • Zigzag foot (J)

  • Buttonhole foot (A)

  • Overcasting Foot (G)

  • Monogramming foot (N)

  • Zipper foot (I)

  • Blind Stitch foot (R)

  • Button fitting foot (M)

  • Stitch guide foot (P)

  • 1/4 Inch quilting foot

  • Quilting foot

  • Walking foot



The Design: