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Janome Magnolia 7318 Sewing Machine
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- Top loading jam proof bobbin system for tangle free sewing
- 7-piece feed dog which ensures precision fabric control
- 18 stitches including a built-in buttonhole
- Handy carrying handle
- 110-volt machine, for use in US only
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In The Box
- Blind stitch foot
- Buttonhole foot
- Extra spool pin (2)
- Foot control
- Instruction book (ENG)
- Lint brush
- Needle set
- Seam ripper
- Spool holder (Small)
- Zipper foot
Easy to use features and supreme functionality unite in the Magnolia 7318. It's the perfect machine for all of your projects: quilting, garments, crafting, home dec, and more. With 18 decorative and utility stitches, easy electronic features, and the power and precision you can expect from Janome, all of your projects will get done quickly and easily. The Magnolia 7318 is the perfect machine for your lifestyle and your budget.
- 18 stitches / One four-step buttonhole
- 5-piece feed dog
- Drop feed
- Extra high presser foot lift
- Free arm
- Maximum stitch length: 4mm
- Maximum stitch width: 5mm
- Push-pull bobbin winder
- Snap-on presser feet
- Stitch selection dial
- Top loading full rotary hook bobbin
Customize your stitch length and width. Stitch width maximum is 5mm and length is 4 millimeters.
Locking stitches is easy with the easy to reach reverse lever.
Choose from 18 decorative and utility stitches as well as a 4-step buttonhole.
Stitch Selection Dial
Choosing a stitch is easy with our clearly labeled stitch selection dial.
Our mission is to produce machines which inspire creativity and innovation, yet are simple to use. We know the most important thing about our products is not the machines themselves, but what you create with them. The better your tools, the more inventive, artistic and pleasurable your sewing experience. That’s why we design our machines for performance, but also for comfort, quality, and intuitive ease of operation.
As a leader in the sewing industry, we keep striving to provide best-in-class products and services which enable sewists' creativity and innovation. At Janome America, we create our products to inspire, not intimidate, because the most important function our machines perform is to set free your creativity.
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Top Customer Reviews
Let me say, this machine has been fabulous. It arrived brand new with all the accessories. The buttonhole foot was in the little drawer that is underneath the machine. This machine has been nothing but a joy to use. It has a great looking straight stitch and for the budget conscious it was a fraction of the cost of my used TOL machine. I do have Amazon prime and spent the extra $3.99 to get it next day and it arrived the next day. Perfect.
This machine is NOT computerized which did take a bit of getting used to for me, and the absolute ONLY thing I really miss is that on some computerized models, the needle can stop always up or always down. People always tout this as a "beginner" machine, but I'm not sure why a really excellent seamstress couldn't/wouldn't use one of these. Maybe my application is different than most. But I find that even on the TOL machine I didn't really use all the extra stitches that much. Then again at this point in my life my projects have to be relatively quick and simple...or they don't get finished.
This machine even has overcasting stitches so you can finish your raw edges and avoid raveling. I LOVE the bobbin on these machines. Has the see through cover and you can see how much thread you have left. Anyway, absolutely no regrets here. It's a nice solid machine, heavy enough so it doesn't bounce around while sewing and the presser foot lifts extra high to allow for thick fabrics to go underneath.
Well, I've been using the machine this week and am still in love with it. I ran off the fabric a few time since I'm still learning, and the machine remained jam-free (yay!). Adding a bobbin was also a snap. Something I didn't add in the review below is that the machine has a light for when you sew (again, I'm a new sewer and this is my first machine, so maybe all machines have a light - but thought I should mention it just in case).
I'm a new sewer, and after taking a sewing class, I was inspired to buy my first machine. My sewing instructor recommended Elna and Janome branded machines, saying that they would last and make all the difference in your sewing projects. She also said they were worth the extra money.
I saw the Janome 7318 on Amazon and decided to take the plunge. I recently signed up for a Living Social deal to have a 2-hour sewing lesson in my home, and when I looked at the instructor's website, she recommends the Janome Magnolia 7318, which made me feel good about my purchase.
My machine arrived today and it's beautiful! It comes with the following standard accessories: zipper foot e, buttonhole foot b, sliding buttonhole foot j, needles, bobbins, small screwdriver, lint brush, seam ripper (buttonhole opener), large spool holder, small spool holder, additional spool pin and felt cushion. At first I thought I had the same problem of missing accessories like another reviewer, but found that while most of the accessories were in a plastic baggie, the sliding buttonhole foot was in the accessory storage (part of the machine), and the large spool holder was on the machine's spool pin.Read more ›
Mine is a very quiet machine as sewing machines go and it sews very smooth.That said it is a very exacting machine in terms of how it works.
To select stitches the needle has to be in the up most position or the stitches will look funky and wrong. If that happens just put the needle up and redo the settings and it works right. When it's working right the stitches are beautiful and I like the variety.
The presser foot lift is on the right side and I was used to it being on the back with my old machine so that is taking some adjusting to. but as I get used to it I like it.
This machine has so many good features but then they dropped the ball on the drop feed feature by locating it not only on the back of the machine but you have to remove the table to even get to it. Not a big deal except I am having my husband make a table for it so I will have to lift the machine out to do it. I do wonder why they didn't put it on the right like other machines.
The drop bobbin is nice - this is my first machine like that and I like it.
A salesman told me that only Janome brand presser feet work with their machines - but I tested all my feet on this machine and they all work so what you have now will work with this machine if it is the same lift type as your other machine. Both my machines are high shank so they can share feet. Which is nice because I have a lot of $$$ wrapped up in them.
OHHH... The thread cutter is on the left and where you can just swipe the thread through easily and it's done. Very convenient.
The sewing manual is a good one.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love this machine! I had an old Sears that didn't do anything but sew basic stuff. I've gotten better at sewing and wanted something that would sew different stitches and go... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Treker
I haven't sewn a lot with it yet, but the sewing I've done with it has been a pleasure. I have collected, refurbished, and used about vintage sewing machines, circa 1940s-1960s. Read morePublished 23 days ago by WindowsShopper
Very sturdy machine and also quiet. This is my first sewing machine and very easy to use. Button holes are easy and accurate. Stitching is straight and consistent. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Scott
I've been eyeing this one for years and finally gave up my cheaper computerized one to get it. I'm so glad I did! Read morePublished 1 month ago by J. Lee
My husband and I have a shared account. He has not used this sewing machine, but I have. I have made several covers for our new headboard, one was a furry fabric and the other... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Joe S
I've done some COOL projects (like this hand made cloth, not felt, quiet book page! My own design! The little gnome fits inside the tree and there are fairies hiding behind grass... Read morePublished 2 months ago by idontwantaname