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Which Janome Sewing Machine?

We understand that buying a sewing machine is a big committment.  Not only in terms of money, but also in your time.  It is so important to find the right sewing machine for you.  Please use the Comparison chart below which we've split into Standard Models, Computerised Models and Overlockers to find the right Janome Machine for you. 

 

We also have a Sewing Machine Buyers Guide to help you make this very important decision!

Finally, all our machines are covered by our no-quibble guarantee and price promise so you can't go wrong with a Janome Sewing Machine! Plus, all Janome machines are covered by a 2 year parts and labour warranty! And don't forget, mainland UK delivery is free for all sewing machines.

Standard Janome Sewing Machines

Standard machines are perfect if you are looking for a reliable machine to use occasionally and are on a limited budget. Set features include; automatic buttonhole, variable stitch length, built in needle threader and a convertible free arm. Below are our range of standard Janome sewing machines.

Standard Models
J3-24
423s
525s
 
Janome J3-24
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Janome Model 423s
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Janome model 525s
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Covered by a 2 year parts and labour warranty
Stitch options
24 24 24
Buttonhole
1-step 1-step 1-step
Variable stitch length
Variable stitch width
Zig Zag
5mm 5mm 5mm
Quick foot conversion
Jam proof drop in bobbin
Drop feed for freehand embroidery
Auto needle threader
Convertible free arm for circular sewing
Adjustable foot pressure
Metal body
Metal internal frame
One hand thread cutter
Accessory Storage
Twin needle capability
Cover
Hard
Hard
Hard
 

Your Price: £189.00

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Your Price: £269.00

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Your Price: £249.00

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Computerised Janome Sewing Machines

Computerised machines cost more but have more beneficial features including; touch pad controls, an LED screen, an array of pressure feet for challenges such as piping and top stitching, plus settings for dozens to hundreds of stitch settings. More advanced machines have the ability to perform monogramming and embroidery. see which computerised janome sewing machines we have available below.

Computerised Models
CXL301
MC5900QC
 
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Janome MC5900QX
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Covered by a 2 year parts and labour warranty
Fully computerised 
Convertible free arm for circular sewing 
Total stitch options 
30 534
Auto 1 step buttonholes 
6 10
Number of fonts 
1 3
Pattern elongation – up to 5 times
Information screen 
Jam proof drop in bobbin 
Easy Set Bobbin 
Variable stitch length & width 
Automatic tension control 
Memorise stitch & alphabet combinations 
Last stitch recall 
Superior Feed System (SFS) 
Drop feed for freehand work 
Auto needle threader 
Auto thread cutter 
Maximum speed controller
Programmable needle up/down 
Lock stitch feature
Start / stop button 
Adjustable foot pressure 
Twin needle capability 
Knee lifter 
Number of lights 
1 2
Quick snap on feet 
Metal internal frame
Extension table 
Multi-language 
Cover 
Soft Hard
 

Your Price: £299.00

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Your Price: £799.00

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Janome Overlockers

An overlocker machine allows seams to be finished easily and quickly, by cutting fabric as it is fed through and stitching over the fabric edge. Most overlockers include offer a range of stitch variations.

Overlockers
9300DX
 
Janome model 9300dx
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Covered by a 2 year parts and labour warranty

4 THREAD SAFETY STITCH. An overlock stitch that employs two needles. The stitch stretches without breaking. The second needle thread reinforces the durability and strength of the stitch, but the stitch retains its elasticity. Excellent for sewing knit & loose fitting woven garments.

3 THREAD STITCH. Three threads lock together on the fabric edge to form a balanced stitch. The wide overlock stitch is suitable for garment construction on medium to heavyweight fabrics and knitwear and as an edge finish on single layer fabric. The narrower version of this stitch is suitable for light to medium fabrics and commonly used for garment construction on lingerie and as an edge finish on a single layer of fabric.

NARROW HEM. Three threads form a balanced stitch that is a great narrow edge finish commonly used for hemming on scarves, napkins and ruffles. Also used for garment construction on undergarments made of lightweight knit fabrics.

ROLLED HEM – 3 THREAD. Three threads form an unbalanced stitch. When the stitch is formed, the fabric is rolled inside the stitch. Excellent for hemming on medium to lightweight fabrics and can be used to create decorative pintucks.

FLATLOCK. Three threads form an unbalanced stitch that can be pulled open into a flat seam. The seam resembles the top stitch seen on ready-to-wear sweatshirts and knit sportswear and is commonly used for garment construction on bulky knitwear or as a decorative accent. The two thread version is used for construction of under garments and as a hemming technique.

 

Your Price: £259.00

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