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The Janome HD3000 comes with the features you need for great sewing. The Janome 3000 sewing machine is solidly constructed with one-piece aluminum casting. On the Janome 3000 you can choose from 18 stitches, including an automatic one-step buttonhole with balance adjuster for precise results on specialty fabrics. The Janome HD3000 has the top loading jam proof bobbin system that is super easy. The Janome 3000 sewing machine has a 7-piece feed dog which ensures precision fabric control. The Janome 3000 sewing machine features a drop feed system for free motion and sewing on buttons. The extra high lift presser foot on your Janome 3000 aids in getting thick seams under your presser foot. The Janome 3000 also comes with a one-hand thread cutter and easy to use snap on feet.
Bonus Bundle Includes: Machine Tote (Style and Color May Vary), 10 Janome bobbins, 1 Pack size 14 Needles & a 5 Year Nationwide Extended Warranty Plan
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There are 10 review(s) for this product
by Amazon Customer – 26th Sep 2016
I've had a "Sears" (Kenmore) machine that lasted a LONG time, then a Singer that was basically disposable and now this one. WHY did I wait so long to get a Janome? I love this....LOVE LOVE LOVE! So easy to use although the bobbin winding takes some getting used to - it's just not right on top of the machine, it's within the top of the machine so it's a little harder to thread but not bad.
by L. Fajardo – 19th Sep 2016
Love this sewing machine. After trying the Singer Heavy Duty and returning it, I can tell you happy I am with this sewing machine. It is great with thick material and with thin one too. For the price you would be surprised as to how amazing and reliable this machine is. You can even wind a bobbin without unthreading the needle. Highly recommend it.
by Courtney – 19th Sep 2016
I did weeks worth of research on sewing machines to buy my wife her first one. I watched videos from users and video reviews from repair shops. The Janome brand is one of the best built machines because they still use metal parts which keep the machine from flexing. They also use better feed dogs which allows it to sew thick fabric and straight to very thin without a hitch. It is impossible to knot up the thread when you see past the end of the fabric. It is perfect for beginners due to the flip up panel that shows what settings and what pressure feet to use for each stitch and having only the basic and most used stitches keeps confusion and intimidation to a minimum.
by Katherine – 1st Aug 2015
This machine was definitely a steal because it comes with 7 different feet, a hard cover, free shipping, bonus accessories and was on sale for only $349 with warranty, which was way cheaper compared to other websites that I've been researching. I love this machine because it produces beautiful stitches that look professional. The machine can sew over thick fabrics without getting stuck or skipping a stitch. The feed dogs on this machine makes it smooth to sew. Best of all is the machine arrived brand new and it was nicely packaged. The hardest part for me was deciding if I should buy from Sew Vac, a random company I found online, or from a local retailer. I took my chances after researching about their company and watching their YouTube videos. I'm very happy with my purchase from Sew Vac.
by brenda – 8th Jun 2015
i loved this sewing machine so much i bought another one for a spare and a great company to order from...very happy !!!
by mowah – 18th Dec 2014
I have only used it a couple of times so far but the machine is great and easy to use and have good instructions. I love the needle threader since I struggle to see to thread myself. It has just enough stitches for me, I don't need 200 options.
by Tony Newton – 29th Aug 2014
Nice Heavy Duty non computer machine. Old Machine was a Janome MC 4000 Worked well till computer board went out. Found computer board in Australia for $572.00 which is why the HD 3000 Was so attractive...and it's a wonderful heavy duty machine with all the stitches you are likely to ever need. Already on my second BABY sized quilt.
by Leslie – 21st Aug 2013
I was looking for a heavy duty machine to replace my old Kenmore from the 1980's, and this machine is perfect! I sew with a lot of heavy fabrics for home furnishings, and the Janome 3000 sews through all fabric like a breeze. Very simple to use, and the instructions are great. This machine is great for someone who wants reliability and a solid machine. I love the fact that it is heavy and stays put on my sewing table. I am very happy with this purchase! Terrific Heavy Duty Machine!
by Lynn – 26th Mar 2013
Have had this machine for about 4 months now, and I have been extremely happy with it. I wanted a heavy duty machine that would last me a long time, and though it's too soon to tell I think my HD3000 and I are going to be good friends for a long, long time. It has handled everything I have tried so far beautifully, from jeans to silks to cotton piecework. I think the 18 included stitches are all I'll ever really need, and unlike a lot of people I find the stich-selection-indicator to be just fine (it's not actually a light, just a red dot that moves back and forth).
by Dan – 19th Jan 2012
A good replacement for a dead 1981 Singer. It actually has more power than the singer did and went through a stack as high as the foot in the normal raised position. Power is important for upholstery work as it might also be for jeans. Another difference is the top bobbin, you can run off the work and back on without creating a problem. The needle threader is a cute trick but takes longer. Notes: The large spool holder will keep the thread from catching on the spools notch. To tell which stitch pattern is selected there is a light under your selection, so dim I didn't notice it. The foot control cord could be a little longer. You have to push a little hard to raise the foot to the full open position but it works fine and gives plenty of room. Overall, some parts aren't is heavily built but it does seem to work better and be a bit more powerful, I like it.