Listen, I know that sewing technology has evolved over the centuries. We had sewing by hand, spindles, the loom, foot-pumped sewing machines, and the modern electric models you and I are most familiar with. Blame my naivete, but I had no idea that the industry was still revolutionizing the modern home sewing machine. Check out the Brother Quattro 6000D, as noted by Engadget.
- A 4.5 x 7-inch Sharp HD LCD display and embedded runway lighting.
- A camera right next to the needle to give the user a birds-eye view on the LCD to allow perfect placement before stitching.
- Advanced embroidery features and built-in tutorials.
- 3 USB ports.
If Captain Kirk gets a tear in his tunic, he can use this to sew it right up, right as rain.