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Janome Sewing Machines and Sergers

Maximise your sewing experience with a Janome sewing machine and serger. The company's mission is to provide easy-to-use machines that inspire people to be creative. Whether you are a newbie or an old pro, need to sew a hem or complete an outfit, Janome has a machine for you.

What's the Difference?

Sergers and sewing machines are very similar; they complement each other, but there are several differences between the two. In addition to binding fabric together with an overlock stitch, a serger or Janome sewing overlocker also cuts the cloth. With a sewing machine, you need to cut the material before you start sewing. Another noticeable difference is the size of the neck; a sewing machine has a longer neck.

Pick Your Accessories

As your sewing habits change and mature over time, so should your machine. Instead of having to purchase an entirely new unit each time you want to do a fancy stitch or change material, simply replace the foot attachment. An adjustable seam guide keeps you straight, and an applique foot makes adding badges to an article of clothing a breeze. Making a buttonhole is easy when you attach the automatic buttonhole foot to your machine.

Two is Better than One

No matter what you are purchasing, two is always better than one. With a Janome sewing and embroidery combo, you get more bang for your buck. Embroider a monogramme or sew a stitch; the choice is up to you.

Computerised or Manual

As the world's technology continues to advance, it's important that Janome keeps up with this ever-changing world. For this reason, some newer models of Janome sewing machines come computerised. For example, the Horizon Memory Craft 15000 features 510 built-in stitches, 480 built-in embroidery designs, and 13 one-step buttonholes.

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