Janome JNHMC7700QCP Craft Sewing and Quilting Machine
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11 inches of work space (the 6600P has 9 inches) An automatic plate converter for straight stitch sewing | Five ultra-bright LED lamps |Superior Plus Feed System Accufeed | 250 stitches A high visibility LCD touchscreen | Sewing speeds of 1,000 stitches per minute
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The machine itself is a quilting dream - made for quilters with a built in walking foot and lots of room to stuff your quilt in and move it around! I am still exploring the joy of it but after one month of steady learning and sewing, I'm very happy.
This machine works like a dream. Stitches are beautiful, it's quiet, I love the fact that the throat space is so big, I have been able to quilt even the biggest quilt I've made [about 100 inches square] and still have room to the right of the needle to sew comfortably. My Horizon came with a bunch of different feet, including a darning, or Free Motion Quilting, foot, a zipper foot, several hemming and other various sewing feet that I've not had the chance to try out yet. It has 250 different stitches, with different embroidery and decorative stitches, and even monograming letters in 3 different fonts, which I actually use to "sign" my quilts with. All the stitches are gorgeous.
And, this is a sturdy, heavy machine, so I know it will last me for years and years and years.
I didn't buy this machine on Amazon, but at a sewing retailer, so I'm not sure what Amazon is offering but here is what came in the box when I got it - the machine and all it's various feet and attachments - needles, seam ripper, bobbins, stylus, etc.; it has a knee lever you can attach so you can raise the foot without using your hands. An acrylic table that you attach the included feet on, so it sits at the same height as the needleplate, so you have a larger work area [This is helpful for me so I don't have to struggle as much with a bulky quilt hanging and dragging off the machine as much]. A nice machine cover with large pockets to hold the foot pedal, extension cord, the knee lever and other thingamabobbies. And the instruction book. Because there are so many features, and it's an electronic sewing machine, having the instruction book is a must so you can learn to navigate the control pad.
In case you're still wondering, I LOVE LOVE LOVE my Horizon, and I've used it to make quilts, large and small, and even hemmed some pants with almost professional results, I say "almost" because of my poor skills at hemming a pant, not because of the quality of the machine. By far, my favorite thing about this machine and what I use it mostly for, is the free motion quilting. I can easily drop the feed dogs with a flick of a button on the side of the machine, and just as easily flick the button back to engage the feed dogs for regular sewing. I think the Free Motion Quilting foot that as included in my packet is worth the price tag- almost. I really can't say anything bad about this machine, and after just over a year of regular use, it still sews like it just came out of the box.