Since its establishment in 1979, Janome was among the first companies to produce domestic computerized sewing machines. Indeed, this company is reputed for its wide range of machines designed to largely facilitate your sewing project. Janome machines are also known for their exceptional longevity and ease of use. This company was also the first to produce long-arm quilting machines for domestic use. Janome sewing machines can be either mechanical or computerized, which provides you with a wide range of options that will help you finish your project in a mere matter of weeks and days instead of months.
Janome sewing machines are especially known for their excellent quality and ease of use. The company also provides a solid customer support designed to help you in the rare event that you encounter any problem with the appliance. Their machines have an excellent lifespan and can very easily last for several decades if properly cared for. This company provides a wide range of apparatuses designed to suit various needs and expectations.
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Our Choice: Janome 2212
The Janome 2212 costs between $140 and $200 which makes it fairly affordable for users who are on restricted budget. Extremely easy to operate, this particular model comes with no less than 12 built in stitches- including a handy four step buttonhole. Sewers will be glad to learn that the machine even comes with a drop-feed motion that can be used for both quilting and sewing. You can also make the most out of the stitch length adjustment and width adjustment for ease of use. The boxed packaging even includes a hard shell case for carrying which makes it much easier for you to move it back and forth to sewing class.
Our Choice: Janome HD3000
A professional-grade machine, the Janome HD3000 includes a built-in automatic needle threader to make it far easier for you to slip the thread through the eye of the needle. Indeed, all sewers have to do is push down on a lever and the machine automatically threads the needle for you. The snap on lever feet is also designed to facilitate ease of use. With this apparatus, users will be able to make the most out of the 18 built in stitches and 1 step buttonhole, but its best feature is its impressive sewing speed 860 stitches-per-minute that will allow you to finish your projects faster than ever.
Our Choice: Janome HD1000
The Janome HD1000 is made of cast aluminum which guarantees durability. This machine can very easily sustain quite a lot of wear and a tear, which allows you to operate it on an almost daily basis. It is helpfully equipped with a free arm that enables sewers to very easily access any hard to reach areas like cuffs, collars, pants, hems and sleeves. Its sewing speed is higher than average at 840 stitches-per-minute which is also a plus. With this machine, you will also receive several free accessories such as zipper foot, screwdrivers, extra needles, hem guide, hemmer foot, zipper foot, soft cover, buttonhole foot and the likes. The Janome HD1000 costs between $200 and $300.