Janome 7330 Computerized Sewing Machine Bundle with Purple Tote, One 10-Pack Janome Bobbins, One Pack Size 14 Needles
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- Bonus Bundle Includes: Purple Tote [color may vary], One 10-Pack Janome Bobbins, One Pack Size 14 Needles
- Easy-to-use, fully electronic, digital machine Built-in needle threader Start/stop button
- Can sew without the food pedal, by the easy push of a button
- Adjustable speed control LED display showing stitch number, as well as stitch length and width
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Easy-to-use, fully electronic, digital machine Built-in needle threader Start/stop button - can sew without the food pedal, by the easy push of a button Adjustable speed control LED display showing stitch number, as well as stitch length and width. *Tote Style and Color May Vary
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With my Janome, my stitches are even, my tension is perfect, and it is super easy to quilt. (I have even been able to do very nice quilting without a walking foot!) The drop in bobbin on this machine is spot on amazing. One of the features I HAD to have was the ability to drop the feed dogs on the machine and it works wonderfully. I am also very pleased at how well and consistently the feed dogs handle the different types of material I use. The other feature I had to have was the ability to control the stitching speed and slow it down significantly. This model offers that. Not only can I cut the speed to the foot pedal, but I can also sew without a foot pedal. This is a very big added bonus for me because I stitch very long straight seams while quilting and it saves me the trouble of messing with a foot pedal. The decorative stitching is even and beautiful and I love that I have options to change the look of the decorative stitches by varying the length and the width of the stitch. I have not made clothes on the machine yet, but I do not anticipate any problems based on the machine's performance so far. I did have to hem work pants for my husband (you know, those lovely polyester kind), and the blind hem stitch was perfect. It was very consistent even over the pant leg seams. I don't ever make very many buttonholes, but I did try a few out just to check and it is unbelievably easy. Also, the instruction manual is very clear and easy to reference.
I might have purchased a higher level Janome if I had a higher budget, but this is what I could afford to spend and I am really very pleased with the machine. It is exceptional and I find it be an EXCELLENT value.
I will be honest and say that I did not purchase through Amazon. I bought it from a local shop from a small-business owner with an amazing reputation throughout the region. For those price shopping, I learned from several sources that Janome sets the price through their distributors. The standard list price for this machine is $399 (the same as Amazon's selling price), not $499 list price that Amazon claims, so at this time, Amazon is not offering any price savings.
This was an upgrade from an old Singer Touch and Sew 600e. This machine won't ever be as sturdy as that baby, but it's a really nice replacement... and at any rate, I don't think any machine you'd buy these days would be that sturdy. However, this machine is AWESOME.
The bobbin was easy to wind. It is easy to thread. It has memory of your needle position. This thing doesn't take fiddling and is extremely easy to work with. I like to make things like clothing, purses, little things like bags and eye pillows. I do a lot with my sewing machine and ask a lot. This machine really pulls through and does what I want without complaint or worry.
I love all the marks on both sides of the food and needle to guide your fabric. It makes it SO easy. The fabric feeds very easily.
One thing I found weird to get used to is that when you first press the peddle, the first few stitches go quite slow and then it will go up to speed. It's weird, but as I continue with it, I find it is also quite useful.
I love this machine. I cannot stress enough how much I love it. It's fairly quiet. It's easy to set up. It's easy to use with a distinct lack of needing to fiddle with it. It's easy to select stitches and size of stitches.
I really love this machine. I can't say that enough.
Its quiet. You don't have to yell to be heard over this machine.
Its able to handle several layers of heavy fabric- I tried it out on a courderoy jacket, a fleece cape with a satin lining, and a few other things with several layers to sew through. It barely even slowed down when it got to the tough parts. I recently put it to the test with several layers of vinyl and heavy drapery fabric together and it slogged on through even when I thought it couldn't possibly do it.
It can sew your buttons on for you. This is a huge perk for me as I tend to avoid patterns with buttons because I really hate sewing them on. Just lower the feed dogs, set the stitch to zig zag at the right width for your button holes, and go.
Its super easy to change the stitch and adjust the length/width.
The work light is very bright- excellent since the area I am using it is rather low-light.
I can't seem to get the buttonholer to work, but I had this problem on my mom's last two machines too. Pretty sure its something I am doing and not the machine itself. Even without it, setting the stitch to a tight zig zag and manually stitching the right shape was a breeze.
All in all, from what I've used it so far, I am extremely pleased with this machine and am very happy to call it my own. I don't feel I could have made a better choice. If you have the budget for this machine, read the reviews, do your homework, and if it seems like a good fit, you probably will not be disappointed in it. Its a GREAT machine! Do yourself a favor and read the manual. There's a lot of info in there that you can really use.
I'm editing to add that I've been using this machine for 5 months now, and am still in love with it. Its given me no problems at all and I have used it many projects. Do take care to remove your pins rather then sewing over them though as this machine will bend, break, or swallow them whole without warning.
EDIT: I've had this machine for five years now and only after recently going on YouTube was I able to find out how to use the buttonholer. See my attached photo. The white lever directly to the left of the needle is not the correct lever to pull down to use the buttonholer attachment. As far as I can see, it does absolutely nothing. The lever in the very back that is black is the one you want. So, after 5 years of trying to make a buttonhole, I can now do so easily and perfectly. Machine still works great and I've had no issues with it.