Advantages of having your own Embroidery Sewing Machines
These days technology is developing at such a great pace that we can’t even think of it. When you think of purchasing Embroidery Sewing Machines, then I am sure you will get confused which one to buy and of which company! As the technology is advancing at a terrific pace, the Embroidery Sewing machines are getting more and more lighter and attractive.
Besides being fully automated, Embroidery Sewing Machines also offers you lots of advantages and many of them may be unknown to you before reading this article. I am pretty much sure about that. These embroidery sewing machines are fully computerized and what one has to do in order to get the output is to prepare a logo or designs in a minute and then give the command. That’s it! You got a perfect design. Can you believe it?
Those who have the desire of earning a lot, then he must go for fully automated Embroidery Sewing Machines ,the productivity of such machines are really commendable. These machines have a touch screen frame which is really very easy to use and with little effort one can easily handle these machines.
Manufactured by Janome, this machine has so many features due to which it can be tagged as a wonderful sewing machine. The LED screen is excellent and provides a wide view. Plus, it also provides the number of stitches. Isn’t that absolutely great? This screen also provides better visibility and thus, the strain on the eyes is minimal. All these combined make it a machine worth buying.
The price tag may be threatening but once you go through the catalogue and see the great number of features offered by this machine from the manufacturer Janome, you will find the price justified. The machine comes with a set of bobbins and blue tip embroidery needle whose price is included in the total cost. Buying these together will decrease the expenditure. The Janome 7330 Magnolia is a little expensive but worth it nevertheless.
Janome 7330 Magnolia Computerized Sewing Machine with 30 Built-In Stitches Product Features
Automatic Needle Threader – No More Straining Your Eyes, Easily Adjust Stitch Length and Width with the Touch of a Button, Free Arm Capability
Bright Two-Digit LED Screen For Simple Stitch Selection, Superior Feeding System and Drop Feed Capable
Easily Select One of 30 Built-In Sewing Stitches with the Front Stitch Panel and LED Screen
Start-Stop Button Allows you to Sew Without a Foot Control, Auto-Declutch Bobbin Winder, Easy Reverse Stitch Button and Precise Thread Tension
My Review of Janome 7330 Magnolia Computerized Sewing Machine with 30 Built-In Stitches
This model of Janome overtakes the similar models of other manufacturers easily. The best part is that it is so easy to operate, it makes sewing seem like a piece of cake. First timers will have great fun with it as they will be able to operate it with convenience. Thus, Janome lives up to its promise of being very easy to operate.
The number of in-built stitches is good. The over cast stitches, the one-step button holes, the decorative stitches and the others that come in-built make it a great machine. Its free arm feature makes it great for making small arm and leg hole stitching especially for kids. You can use the machine with the foot pedal or without. The up/down button is a great help too along with the automatic threader. Moreover, the bobbin is very easy to wind.
For beginners, the instruction manual is the Bible because they tend to learn everything from it. The manual that comes with the machine is simply amazing. When I found out that it was actually Janome that first made a computerized sewing machine, I smiled. No wonder each model of theirs is a master piece – just like this one. If you are a beginner, this is the machine you must choose to be able to learn quickly and stitch properly.
As the computerized sewing machines include embroidery functions, some models also provide a quick load thread system which automatically threads the needle. Most of these sewing machines come with long warranties which highlight periods of 10 up to 25 years. And if shipping is necessary, it is usually free of charge. They can be used for any tasks you might need such as sewing or embroidering curtains, slipcovers, custom pillows, comforters, jeans, t-shirts and so on. And of course, you want to know the price too, right? Well, it mostly depends on the machine’s features and the operations it offers, but most models range between $800 and $3,000. And to answer to the top question, we can say that Yes, these machines are the best ones.