Janome MC-6300P Professional Heavy-Duty Computerized Quilting Sewing Machine w/ Extension Table, Walking Foot, Darning Foot and More!
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- 66 Stitches with 4 buttonholes
- Knee Lift and Drop Feed Control
- The LED Display area shows a variety of information, including a low bobbin indicator light and twin needle guard
- Automatic thread cutter, with memory capability
- Block and script monogram stitches
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The Janome Memory Craft 6300 provides the speed, power, and precision critical for advanced sewing and contains serious features for the serious sewist. Sewing speeds of 1,000 stitches per minute mean that your projects get finished quickly, and it's advanced features ensure that they get completed easily. Janome quilting: it also includes many features designed especially for the quilter including: a 9" x 5" throat space for working with large quilts, 5 different blanket stitches for applique, a hand-look quilt stitch, an advanced feed mechanism for sewing the thickest of materials, a knee lifter for lifting the presser foot and a bult-in thread cutter.
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I researched several machines and my decision came down to this model or the Janome 6500/6600. I didn't need the additional types of stitches, so I chose the 6300. The machine is heavy but setup was a breeze. The manual is very easy to read. I love the top-loading bobbin case. Basically, you just drop the case in and you're ready to sew. I started sewing the day it arrived and I loved the difference I felt. I use the thread cutter and needle down position quite a bit. Oddly, I haven't touched the knee-lifter. I was so enamoured with the other features, that I haven't used it yet. I've used four of the many feet that were included. There are two others that I can see myself using. The extra 3 inches I have in throat space has made a huge difference. I don't have to fight with my pieces as much as I had to before when I quilted. Most importantly, I can now attempt any design of my choosing as I free-motion quilt with this machine. The machine is very sturdy. I've used it almost every day since I purchased it and I haven't had any problems.
There are no negatives with this machine, but if there was something that I wish I could have instead of this, I think I would need to look into buying a mid-arm or long-arm machine. But for everyday quitling and even for sewing fabrics that aren't quilts, I have no remorse about my purchase. I'll be honest and say that I was not expecting to spend this much on a machine when I started looking for a replacement machine. I was hesitant to hit the "Buy" button when I settled on the Janome 6300p, but now that I've had it for four months, I'm glad I did. The machine was well worth what I paid.
I forgot to add that if you want to use this machine for Free Motion quilting, you have to use a bobbin holder made for this purpose. This particular bobbin holder was not included with the machine I ordered. The case is called a "blue dot" bobbin case (part number 200445007). There is actually a blue dot on the top of the case. The tension in the blue dot bobbin case is set for Free Motion Quilting. If you use the case that comes with the machine, you will have problems with tension (thread breaking, nesting, etc.)
** OH, the very BEST part ... the 11" sewing area !! I've got an ACRE now compared my 8" Simplicity! **
The one thing I don't like is the lack of the free-arm .. I do not sew clothing, but I don't like being limited either. If I don't want to be in free-arm 'mode', I want that to be MY choice, I don't want to be forced into it, you know ? I didn't realize that when I got the machine, but there are so many other goodies, they pretty well make up for that 'one' thing. Well, one other thing, kinda minor .. I thought there were more lights on board. There is only the light above the needle .. at least it's an LED. I took care of that problem with one of those flexible lights from WalMart (a pink one ;). Stuck it to the back of the machine, works like a charm.
Overall, this Janome 6300P gets an A from me .. points off for the free-arm situation and the lights, otherwise an A+ (takes more than this to take points off .. remember what I'm coming from .. a 20-year old plug-n-go machine !)