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Magnolia 7318 Janome sewing machine review.

Magnolia 7318 janome sewing machine review.

The manual Janome Magnolia 7318 sewing machine is one of the best machine for beginning sewers. The Janome 7318 is an easy to use powerful basic machine and it does everything well. Stitches come out beautifully on a range of fabrics with its 18 preprogrammed stitches, its control dials are easy to read and use, and it even has intermediate features like stretch stitches for knits, adjustable needle position, and a 4-step buttonhole that you’ll probably needed.

This perfect machine suitable for all of your projects: from quilting, crafting, home, garments, deco and more. The Janome Magnolia 7318 has 18 built-in decorative and utility stitches and a 4-step buttonhole. The stitch panel in the front of the Janome 7318 shows you all that you need at a glance with their corresponding stitch letter. It is also a very easy to use machine even for a beginner sewer. Just turn the dial indicated on the convenient stitch panel on the front of the machine to the selected stitch and you ready to go. The Janome Magnolia 7318 also allows you to independently adjust the width and length of stitches to whatever you like! The Janome Magnolia 7318 has a big, easy to use reverse lever. It’s very useful for you if you need to reinforce your stitches.

The Janome Magnolia 7318 is also a very solid sewing machine. The best part about Janome 7318 is how the bobbin drop in. It’s always been a nightmare to anyone when using a sewing machine. If you use it occasionally and by the time when you need to put in a bobbin, you might have forgotten how to do it right. But now, you don’t need a tricky hand maneuvers needed to change bobbin, it just drops in a little hole next to the presser plate. The bobbin cover is see through material and you can see if you’re running out of thread. You might wonder where does the thread go and the answer is you will never have that problem again with this machine because the bobbin is not in the front, it is on the level sewing area so it just drops in. In addition, this machine also has overcasting stitches so you can finish your raw edges and even if you sew off the edge of the fabric it is jam-free.

With the drop-feed system, you can use the machine from free motion embroidery, quilting to old fashion darning at ease. It’s can’t be easier to use darning plates, just push the drop-feed switch over and it will drop. If you want to do shirt sleeves or pants legs with this feature, all you need to do is remove the free-arms by sliding it to the left and you’re all set. The foot has 3 height settings: normal, up and industrial to deal with thicker layers of fabric. Press the button, the foot falls off, lower the shank onto the foot then the foot snaps on with 4 style presser feet.

A lot of people do not want to deal with a computerized sewing machine. Maybe they’re simply more comfortable with a mechanical setup, or they just want a simple sewing machine, or they may think that a computerized sewing machine will not last long as a mechanical sewing machine. Janome limited the automation in this Magnolia 7319 sewing machine without giving up any function that would compromise its reputation for beautiful stitches and reliable performance.

If you’re looking for a solid option that you know it will work as long as you need, then Janome Magnolia 7318 is surely your best choice.

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