Janome Decor Computer 2011 (DC2011)
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- Speed control slider
- Reverse stitch button
- Built-in needle threader
- Convertible free arm for circular sewing
- Fully Automatic sensor buttonhole
- Direct stitch selection buttons
- Stitch number, width, and length buttons
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The DC2011 combines the power and accuracy of an expert stitch mechanism, but with the convenience of a computerized sewing machine. This machine offers 50 beautiful stitches, including lock-o-matic, heirloom, decorative, darning, overcasting and three 1-step automatic buttonholes. The DC2011 has all the features you need to complete any project, from quilting and garment sewing to home decor and scrap booking. The DC2011 is a computerized machine with a bright LED screen. Just pick the mode or stitch you want and punch it in. This machine comes with EZ Change Feet. The presser feet snap off at the push of a button. Then simply lower the ankle onto the foot and snap another one back on. The DC2011 comes with easy to reach buttons. These include the memorized needle up/down setting, the locking stitch button, and the easy reverse stitch button The DC2011 provides 50 essential stitches, including stretch, utility, quilting, garment and applique. All are displayed conveniently on the face of the machine. The maximum zigzag width is 7mm, the maximum stitch length is 5mm and comes with 3 one-step sensor-type buttonholes You can control the maximum speed of your sewing using the speed control slider
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My only experience with sewing machines was replacing the nylon gears that seemed to break on schedule on an old Singer machine my wife used years ago. The Singer was replaced with a Brother that worked O.K. for several years with only periodic "Tune-Ups" but it was limited in features. It was very noisy and always seemed to run rough. The "Brother" was needing another "Tune-Up" ( $100.00 )
With Christmas approaching I committed the ultimate sin - I bought my wife a present that had an electric power plug. Oddly enough it has turned out to be a good move.
My wife loves the Janome DC2011. It has plenty of power and so many features. Kathy is sewing with a smile on her face now, and I like the fact that it is SOOooo Quiet. She often sews while I watch TV only a few feet away in the same room and I can hear the programs clearly without bumping up the volume.
This review is not very technical, and for that I apologize, but my wife is very pleased with this sewing machine ( so I am pleased also )
I did a lot of research over the last month. Reading all the reviews, checking prices and considering the extras that came with the Janome DC2011 and being on sale helped me to make my decision.
I am taking sewing lessons in January and I'm excited about my new project. I have been told by others that I have purchased a great machine. I wanted a machine I could grow into and I am happy with my decision. I will give an update once I start using it. I am EXCITED about learning how to sew.
Just call me a newbee.:)
The only thing I don't like is the small foot pedal which I swapped out with an extra big one I had already and that to select stitches there is only a plus or minus button so you have to click through all the stitches to get the one you want.