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Memory Craft Embroidery Machine
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- Embroidery Only with 5.5 inch by 7.9 inch embroidery area
- Built In USB Drive that accepts USB Memory Sticks
- Built In Needle Threader
- Built In Thread Cutter
- Built in AtA Flash Drive
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The Janome Memory Craft 350E makes it easier than ever to do professional looking embroidery on a stand-alone machine. With the ability to import designs via USB Memory Key, accurate editing tools, a fast microprocessor and an automatic thread cutter, it does beautifully precise embroidery without the need for a bulky, external attachment. The Janome 350E makes it easy to embellish home decor items, garments, or accessories - just snap in your hoop and press a key.
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There are a few quirks that seem to be peculiar to the 350E. One issue is that, while the display screen is very easy to see and user friendly, the setting for it's clarity changes on it's own while I'm embroidering. I have to reset it's brightness/contrast several times in a sitting. The model in the showroom did the same thing and I was told that it's just the way it is. This certainly wasn't a deal breaker for me, but a little irritating that Janome has not been able to get this right.
The other quirk that I found is that the "low bobbin" warning doesn't always work. Again, I have read that this is another issue with the model, in general. Sometimes I get no warning until the bobbin totally runs out. Sometimes I get a brief message on the screen....if I happen to catch it while it is displayed. And, sometimes I get the audible beep along with the message. I'm going to speak with my dealer about this. But, again, I have read that this is a common issue.
Other than those two things, I am completely thrilled with this machine. And, these two issues are the only reason I gave the Janome 350E 4 stars. In every other aspect, I would give it a 10 star rating.
I've now used this machine for about six weeks, and find that I needed to downgrade my 4 star rating to a three star rating. My LED screen has failed. Luckily it is under warranty, and my dealer has ordered a replacement part. But, after being a Janome user for almost 17 years, I am really disappointed to have this issue in just these few weeks of ownership.
NEW DOWNGRADE TO MY REVIEW. It is now October, and I've had my 350E for 8 months. I got a new screen installed in my machine a few months ago. While it is better, it still fades in and out until the machine warms up. I'm not pleased at all with this, but it seems to be the way it is. AND, today, in the middle of sewing some Halloween designs, my machine totally locked up and is in error message mode. I understand it is probably a sensor problem, so back to the shop it goes. I am going to see if they will either give me a new replacement for this machine, or give me my money back. Two major problems in 8 months is totally unacceptable, especially since I hardly used the machine over the summer months. As I stated earlier, I am so disappointed in Janome.
Getting the embroidery designs that I purchase and download from the web is somewhat difficult. Have to put them onto a thumb drive to use in the machine, and they have to be in the right kind of folder or the machine will not recognize them. That folder was put onto a thumb drive for me by my dealership. They also have to be downloaded from the seller as a jef file, but that is easy to watch for when you are buying.
The designs that are "included" on the machine when you purchase it are a waste of time, in my opinion and waste memory space on the machine.
I purchased this machine from a very helpful dealership that I already had experience with. I want it mainly for embroidering altar linens so I have been purchasing various Christian crosses and other related Christian embroidery designs off of the internet. I have two other Janome machines from the same shop, and the attachments and operating buttons, bobbins, threading, etc. are the same for all three, which is so useful.
So far, I have had no problems at all with the machine, and it is so easy to operate. The screen menu items are easy to decipher and the ones I have used so far, make sense, that is, the icon images on the touch screen are not ambiguous, but represent just what you would guess that they represent.
A lady at the shop got me started with the basic steps to go through to get the stabilizer and the fabric into the hoop correctly and get the hoop hooked up to the machine at the back. She also recommended the best kind of stabilizer for the jobs I am doing. It is the "dissolves-in-water" kind, and is very slick. Works well.
My first altar linens have come out very well with various beautiful cross designs in gold. I have been pleasantly surprised at how easy the machine is to set up. It also tells you on the screen if you have done something wrong, and it won't run typically if there is something wrong, so that you can correct the problem before it damages your project.
I sure have my fingers crossed that nothing goes wrong with the machine as others have described. So far, I couldn't be happier! I have wanted to embroider altar linens for a very long time. So satisfying to be able to do it at last! I love Janomes, really, but also, an honest, helpful dealership makes so much difference!
I would like to add to this review that the biggest hoop this machine takes is the 5" by 7" hoop, so it won't do big projects.
Also something that I learned after I got started using the machine: if downloading embroidery patterns from the web and putting them onto a memory stick to use in the machine, don't get a huge-capacity stick, and keep only a max of fewer than 20 designs on one stick. The embroidery machine can't read a stick with lots of designs or lots of memory on it, even if the stick itself has plenty of room for more designs. You end up "losing" some of the designs on the stick because the machine can't find all of them. This is one of the things that the instruction booklet won't tell you. Ask your dealership how big a memory stick to use and how many designs to keep on it.