Janome Merlot Sew Mini Sewing Machine
- This Item Has Been Discontinued
- 7.00 LBS
This Item Has Been Discontinued
Janome Sew Mini Sewing Machine: Small in size. BIG on features!
The Janome Sew Mini is the only real sewing machine in its price range! If you are looking for a toy sewing machine, you are looking at the wrong machine. Sew Mini is made by Janome, the world's leading manufacturer of home sewing machines. In fact, the Sew Mini is made in the same factory as Janome's larger machines. It has many of the same helpful features, too. This is the perfect second machine for the experienced user. It's also a great starter machine for the young enthusiast. This machine weighs only 5 lbs. Easy to take out set up and put away. You can even bring it with you when you travel. Perfect for quick mending jobs, quilting, scrap booking, costumes & doll clothing!
- Top loading bobbin
- Straight stitch is also available in the left needle position
- 2 stitches
- 4-piece feed dog
- Manual thread tension control
- Clip on presser feet
- Push-pull bobbin winder
- Extra high presser foot lift
- Stitch selection dial
- 3 stitch width adjustments
- 5 stitch length adjustments
- Lightweight! Weighs only 5 lbs
Dimensions: 10.5" W x 9" H x 5.8" D
Janome manufacturer's warranty - Limited 1 year
Bought this for my 15 year old granddaughter and we're very happy. We figured out how to thread it and load the bobbin as soon as it arrived and she started using it right away. Perfect machine for a beginning sewer!
bought this for my great granddaughter to learn to sew. its a great machine. does a lot more than the price would indicate
purchased for my grand-daughter! Great machine for the beginner. thank you, Janome~!
Suitable for the purpose I bought it: to teach my 7-year-old granddaughter to sew without risking my own machine. Operates quickly, but she seems well able to manage it. We have some difficultly threading it, but works with a hand-held threader. Much better buy than buying a child's toy machine or a more expensive Janome for a child. If she was a little older, I might have considered an inexpensive "adult" machine. At this price, it's essentially disposable in a few years when she "graduates" to a better machine,