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MS5027PR Pink Ribbon Series Sewing Machine

5.0 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews

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MS5027PR Features: -27 Built in stitches.-1 One-step buttonhole.-Manual thread tension control.-Built-in needle threader.-Auto declutch bobbin winder.-Extra high presser foot lift. Includes: -Includes walking foot and and frac14 seam foot for quilting. Specifications: -Maximum stitch: 6.5mm W x 4mm L.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 20 x 12 x 17 inches
Item Weight 25.2 pounds
Shipping Weight 25.2 pounds
Manufacturer Janome
ASIN B006TN5Q10
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5.0 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews

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Best Sellers Rank #211,532 in Beauty (See Top 100 in Beauty)
#1,097 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing > Sewing > Sewing Machines
Date first available at Amazon.com December 10, 2011

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By curlyd1970 on October 19, 2013
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I love Janome. I really like having a great sewing machine that is not computerized. Believe me I have a computerized sewing machine and love it too but it's nice when I turn it off it is set for the stitch previously used. I don't always want to reset my machine everytime I have to turn it off. It has a manual foot pressure dial and tension. It is sturdy and has just the features I was looking for. It sews very well since I am in complete control of the tension and foot pressure and I like the way you have to set up the stichtes they all work as expected. Just read the instructionsand sew. Some of my feet from another brand Singer are interchangeable with this machine.
So far I am happy with this machine.
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This machine is practically identical to the Sears Kenmore machine which I use all the time. Since they no longer make Sears Kenmore Sewing Machines, I can buy this machine and all my accessories for my Kenmore will work on this machine as well. I ordered it to be delivered in a day and it was! It's everything I was hoping for!
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My machine has the "Kenmore" label on it (built by Janome), with green accents. Otherwise, it's identical to this. For several years I've pieced many quilts on it, and done other random sewing. I like the fact that it's mechanical. Although I do have a computerized Kenmore/Janome that I love, sometimes a down-and-dirty mechanical workhorse is what I need. I take this to retreats and classes so as not to jeopardize the fragile computer workings of the other one.

My favorite thing about this is the reverse switch. It's a lever that you can feel. The new machines have a reverse button that blends into the smoothness of the machine close to the needle together with two or three other buttons (needle up/down, knot stitch, etc.) and it's awkward. On this, the reverse switch is on the right side of the machine -- where God intended reverse switches to be. Ergonomically, having it on the right, with an obvious tactile switch, makes so much more sense. You can just feel it without taking your eyes off of what you're sewing.

My sister borrowed it and loved it so much she bought one for herself. Then she decided she wanted one at her vacation home but couldn't find another. (This was just as Sears was phasing out sewing machines.) While cruising Amazon, I stumbled across the last remaining machine like this, called her, and she ordered it immediately. We were sorry that the machine would no longer be available. Now that this Pink Ribbon model has appeared, we're happy!
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