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Janome HD1000 Heavy-Duty Sewing Machine with 14 Built-In Stitches

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List Price: $399.00
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  • 14 Built-In Stitches including Utility Stitches, Stretch Stitches and a Simple to Use 4 Step Buttonhole
  • The Janome HD1000's Body is Made of Cast Aluminum and Like the Metal Machines of Years Ago the Janome HD1000 is Made To Last
  • Comes with A Bunch of Different Accessories Including - Bobbins, Felt, Extra Needles, Two Screwdrivers, Seam Ripper/Buttonhole Ripper, Zipper Foot, Hemmer Foot, Buttonhole Foot, a Hem Guide and a Soft Cover
  • The HD1000 Has A Free Arm For Sewing Pants, Cuffs and Collars and Drop Feed for Darning, Stippling, Attaching Buttons and Other Free Motion Applications
  • The Janome HD1000 Even Has a Built-In Automatic Needle Threader - Thread Your Needle with Ease and Without Eye-Strain
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Janome HD1000 Heavy-Duty Sewing Machine with 14 Built-In Stitches + Janome Sewing Machine Needle Universal Size 14 in 5 Needles per Pack + Janome Plastic Bobbins for All Janome Home Use Models
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Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please Click here [PDF]| USER MANUAL [PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 18.2 x 8.5 x 15.2 inches ; 22.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 22.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B001I1IZ2K
  • Item model number: HD1000
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (164 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,286 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing (See Top 100 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing)
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Product Description

The Janome HD1000 has many of the convenient features you'd expect on a higher-priced machine. The Janome HD1000 features 13 of the most practical stitches, plus a built-in buttonhole and consistent performance on a wide range of fabrics. For every-day sewing, the HD1000 Janome sewing machine is a great value.

Customer Reviews

Very heavy duty can sew through 4 layers of heavy fabric.
cindy
I am very happy and would recommend this machine for anyone who needs a basic, sturdy machine with some very helpful stitches.
D. Eernisse
This is my first Janome,I'm very happy with the quality of this machine.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

348 of 351 people found the following review helpful By sevenonseven on August 8, 2011
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I was torn between this Janome HD1000 and the Singer Heavy Duty. Even though I'm a sewing novice, I personally dislike the new wave of plastic bodied machines. I was using a beautiful robin's egg blue Singer from the '60s or '70s--older than I am!--and it was great until perplexing tension issues began to crop up. I didn't want a slick computerized machine taking its place, so the Singer Heavy Duty immediately caught my eye, due to its 'traditional' looking body as well as exciting features such as a drop-in bobbin and 20 plus stitches, one step buttonhole, etc. However, the lackluster reviews, complaints of a very short lifespan, and overall disintegration of the Singer brand's quality left me wary.

The metal body of the Janome is amazing. Sure, it may be heavier, but the overall durability seems greater than any plastic. The bobbin is front loading, which was frightening at first (no 'jam free' guarantee) but it hasn't been a problem at all. The metal casing that holds the bobbin seems very sturdy and made to last. Though the flashiness of a thousand different stitches is alluring, I realistically use only... Two or so for my garment sewing. I haven't touched any other stitches yet, so 14 is more than enough for me. Those who are doing projects that show off stitchwork might want more variety, but again, I think the Janome's offerings are more than adequate for most people.

As I said, I'm relatively new to sewing machines (I used to hand sew everything!), but I was able to use the Janome soon after it was unpacked. I had to look up how to load the bobbin, and the inner hand wheel was initially stubborn (I used one of those grippy rubber jar-openers to help--very useful!), and everything flew from there.
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234 of 240 people found the following review helpful By Megan Dillingham on December 15, 2009
This machine is a real workhorse. I worked in a tailor shop for years on a Bernina and fell in love with their machines, but could never afford one. This machine is as easy to use and works as well as a Bernina and I have since found out that Janome makes some of Bernina's machines for them, specifically the Bernette.

I just got this machine this week, but I absolutely LOVE it. I have gone through multiple layers of fleece without so much as a hiccup and have also done some finer work on thin cotton material, also without a hiccup.

It is a metal arm & base with some plastic parts. Has a storage box right on the front which is handy, and is very easy to change stitches, etc.

Definitely worth the money. You won't regret purchasing this machine.
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220 of 234 people found the following review helpful By P. Scotte Kania on February 11, 2010
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Well, the third time truly is the charm! This is the third sewing machine I've purchased since my Singer purchased back in the early seventies died on me in about the same number of years (three). The first replacement was another Singer and the second was a Brother, both proving to be huge disappointments with limited capabilities (even with all the fancy embroidery stitches), particularly when sewing thick or heavy duty fabrics, such as upholstery fabrics, but not so with my new Janome Threadbanger. If you're looking for a relatively inexpensive utility machine, i.e. ordinary, everyday seam repairs, hemming of jeans with the bulky welt seams or something that will handle heavy upholstery fabrics, this one should suffice very well.

And, as usual, Amazon filled the order expeditiously and I had my new machine in three days, all the way up in Alaska. Thanks Amazon!
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82 of 84 people found the following review helpful By Jimmy H. Frederickson on July 3, 2011
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My mother in law...says this was the best machine she has ever used.. She has a sewing business and this machine is going all the time! We bought it for her about two years ago and no problems whatsoever!
What more can I say!
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70 of 73 people found the following review helpful By Fuzzbean VINE VOICE on January 29, 2012
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My wife is a professional seamstress of several years experience. She now works in sort of a "hobby job" at a local dress and alterations shop. Last fall I bought her a Janome DC2011 electronic machine, but she was dragging that back and forth between home and work, so I bought her this machine for Christmas to keep at work. She loves her fancy DC2011 more, I guess, but she says this machine sews every bit as well within the limitations of its fewer available stiches. She uses it usually 5 days a week. It sews through both thin material and through several layers of denim without any problem. Her boss also tried it and was impressed. I'm a mechanical type of guy, and this mechanical machine was what I wanted to buy her in the first place... I guess I neatly solved the problem by buying her both machines. One thing I noticed myself was that the carry handle on this HD1000 is a lot sturdier feeling than on the DC2011. If you plan to carry your machine much, that could be a consideration.
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61 of 64 people found the following review helpful By T. Olson on January 26, 2010
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I had a friend who makes clothing recommend the Janome brand to me. This machine is a workhorse! Strong and sturdy. We are very happy with it!

Troy
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87 of 95 people found the following review helpful By Karen on January 21, 2013
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I researched machines before I selected the Janome HD1000 and I was sure I wasn't going to be one of the unlucky ones with a "bobbin issue" since I am an experienced sewer. Unfortunately, no such luck. No amount of adjusting or coddling could fix the issue and it just seemed unreasonable on a brand new machine, so back it went after 5 days of frustrattion. Back to the drawing board for me on research.
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