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Janome HD3000 Heavy-Duty Sewing Machine with 18 Built-in Stitches + Hard Case
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|Product Dimensions||10 x 19 x 15 inches; 18.7 Pounds|
|Power Source||Treadle Powered|
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- Built-in needle threader
- Reverse stitch lever
- Snap-on presser feet
- Foot pressure adjustment
- 18 stitches, 1 one step buttonhole
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HD-3000 Heavy Duty Features: -18 Stitches. -One-step buttonhole. -Built-in needle threader. -Snap-on presser feet. -Push-pull bobbin winder. -Extra high presser foot left. Product Type: -Mechanical sewing machine. Light Included: -Yes. Free Arm: -Yes. Needle Threading System: -Manual. Reverse Stitching: -Yes. Automatic Bobbin Winding: -Yes. Case/Cover Included: -Yes. Thread Tension Adjustment: -Yes. Case/Cover Type: -Carrying case. Thread Tension Adjustment Type: -Manual. Dimensions: -Maximum stitch: 6.5mm W x 4mm L. Overall Height - Top to Bottom: -15". Overall Width - Side to Side: -19". Overall Depth - Front to Back: -10".
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I have been sewing for decades. First I was mostly a garment sewer, and later I started quilting. I can do most garment and home dec sewing on this machine. But I don't like it for quilting and it's not the machine I choose for buttonholes, blind hemming, piping, couching, or other specialized techniques that need fancy feet.
I originally bought this to use when my fancy Viking Sapphire 870 was out for service (may it RIP, it's dead now). What I like about this little Janome is its simplicity. My other machines I need to have the manual handy for a lot of projects when I want to do something special. With this little guy I just put in a new needle, a full bobbin, turn it on, select my stitch, width and length, and go. It doesn't matter if it's been 2 years, this machine is so simple it's like a bicycle, I don't need instructions.
I also like that is is completely mechanical so there are no computerized parts that can go sideways leading to an expensive repair. It is also very unlikely to get zapped if I happen to forget to unplug it during an electrical storm.
The important parts in this machine are metal. That makes it a little heavier, but it doesn't get bogged down by thicker fabrics or tight weaves. Hemming denim? No problem for the motor, though to be honest I need to use a little jig or a hump jumper to get over the seam allowances when they are folded over each other. Not a big deal - I need the same kind of jig on a more expensive machine.
I saw someone said they wanted a machine that could sew through 2 layers of fabric and batting so they could quilt. My response to that is this is not the machine you're looking for. Yes it can absolutely sew through that, but this machine is not for quilting. Yes you can piece a top with it, but the harp space is too small quilt anything bigger than a small lap quilt or a wall hanging and there's no walking foot and I don't think it can do freemotion but if it can, it's not going to be fun in that tiny space.
I had this tucked away for a couple of years after I replaced the Viking with a 6700p. I wasn't really doing anything with it until 2 months ago when I had to send in my 6700p for repair. The issue was difficult for the technician to reproduce and that machine was out for service for over 2 months. I couldn't wait that long to sew so I ended up working on a stack of items I had piled up that needed hemming and repairs and I needed to make a curtain panel too. And that's what I did with this machine. I hemmed and repaired that stack, then made the curtain panel.
After that I started sewing up some blocks for my next quilt project. The piecing kind of bogged me down on this machine. I'm a little spoiled by my much more expensive 6700p. It has an automatic thread cutter with a foot remote and a knee lift and all other kinds of features. I explain the experience with a metaphor: imagine needing to precisely chop 16 pounds of vegetables, different kinds, and you used to have an industrial food processor, but now all you have is a knife and a small cutting board. So no, I don't ever want to piece quilts on this machine. Ever. That's totally OK. That isn't what this machine is for.
Being that this is heavy duty and mechanical I expect it will serve me for a couple decades of occasional use. And I could take this to a class because it's a lot lighter and more compact than the beastly 6700p.
If you'll be doing basic general sewing and you want a simple machine to last you many years and give you little to no trouble; this is for you. If you are getting started and know you'll get something more specialized after you figure out what you want to make most often in your hobby, and then keep this as a backup: this is for you.
If you're not sure what you'll be sewing but know you want to sew I recommend getting a non heavy duty machine with lots of features in that entry level price range. Make sure it has an extended plexi sewing table (many come with this). You'll come to appreciate that flush access to the needle regardless of your project type. Come back to this machine if you really need something heavy duty, or you want a super simple machine to last you many years.
If you can trust yourself, I suggest opening the bottom cover of the machine to fix it yourself--It has occurred to me (through many online forums and troubleshooting searches) sometimes the parts in the machine might have been loose due to rough travel. In my case there is a long hook that is supposed to attach from the left side to the right side onto the reverse button, but it came loose, so the default mode was in reverse.
It was a really easy fix, it was just annoying having to unscrew all the bottom parts and screw them back together. But worth it. You won't break the machine if you do this, it's not a circuit board rocket science type of problem. I think during travel since this company is from Japan, some machines might have gone through some rough handling. (Just take a picture of what screw goes where in case you forget!)
I'm excited to use my now working machine, and I'm glad it was just a small issue and not something that I had to send in for repair for. Other than that, the machine came with everything listed, a hardcover case, and all the little accessories including empty bobbins, screwdrivers, different feet, lint brush, felt, etc.
If anyone needs pics of the repair job I was talking about they can contact me. I couldn't find any photos of the inner mechanisms online so I would be glad to help anyone else in need, since I also hate returning things.
bought it because it was sucha sturdy rated machine, just needed it for a zig zag stitch, straight stitch, and embossing edges. this machine can push through material but its also going to push so hard that it's going to mess with the timing and make the thread grabber skip everytime. have to repair it. cost 35-50$ each time. works for 2 weeks of sewing and then breaks again. breaks tons of needs, just sucks.
I HATE THIS MACHINE.
i'd return it 100% get anything else... seriously. get a 150$ machine and enjoy your life.