Janome 2212 Sewing Machine Bonus Bundle

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  • Janome 2212 - Sewing Machine Includes Exclusive Bonus Bundle
  • Janome 2212 - Sewing Machine Includes Exclusive Bonus Bundle
  • Janome 2212 Sewing Machine
  • Janome 2212 Sewing Machine
  • Janome 2212 Sewing Machine
  • Janome 2212 Sewing Machine
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  • Janome 2212 Sewing Machine
  • Janome 2212 Sewing Machine
  • Janome 2212 Sewing Machine
  • Janome 2212 Sewing Machine
  • Janome 2212 Sewing Machine
  • Janome 2212 - Sewing Machine Stitch Options
  • Janome 2212 - Sewing Machine Length
  • Janome 2212 - Sewing Machine Options and Adjustments
  • Janome 2212 Sewing Machine
  • Janome 2212 Sewing Machine
  • Janome 2212 Sewing Machine
  • Janome 2212 Sewing Machine
  • Janome 2212 Sewing Machine
  • Janome 2212 Sewing Machine Includes Exclusive Bonus Bundle
  • Janome 2212 Sewing Machine Includes Exclusive Bonus Bundle and Instruction Manual
MSRP: $249.00
Now: $169.00
Was: $189.00
— You save $80.00

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Janome 2212

For anyone looking for a new sewing machine to start a new hobby or get into sewing, one of the best choices you can make is the Janome 2212, an excellent beginner sewing machines. This particular machine is easy for beginners to use yet versatile enough to allow them to grow in their skills over time. Don't be fooled by its potential simplicity, as it still packs many features that are offered at a very reasonable price!

The Janome 2212 has many features including twelve built in stitch types, a beginner-friendly 4-step buttonholer, and a zigzag stitch which can be adjusted in both stitch length and width. There is a dial for selecting patterns as well.

The bonus bundle includes 10 Janome brand bobbins, 2 packages of needles of Size 14, and an extended warranty that is valid nationwide for up to 2 years. For your convenience, the 2212 comes with a built-in cutter for your thread, tension control that is manually operated, a carrying handle that folds down, and a lamp to ensure you can see your work.

The versatility of the Janome 2212 allows it to be used for freearm sewing and can reach up to 860 stitches per minute, ensuring you can get your work done quickly.

Although it is lightweight, it is durable enough to last many years. Janome’s generous warranty will ensure you are covered throughout the years. You receive 25 yrs for the mechanical components, 2 yrs for the electrical, and 1 yr for the labor.

The Janome 2212 - Reliable and Affordable!

Bonus Bundle Includes: Pack of 10 Janome Bobbins, 2 Packs Size 14 Needles & a 2 Year Nationwide Extended Warranty Plan

Features

  • Front Loading Bobbin
  • Free Arm
  • Folding Carry Handle
  • Speeds up to 860 spm
  • Dial Pattern Selector
  • Manual Tension Control
  • Drop Feed Dog
  • Snap-On Presser Feet
  • Built-In Thread Cutter
  • 12 stitches
  • 4-Step Buttonhole
  • Zigzag Width Adjustment to 5mm
  • Stitch Length Adjustment to 4mm
  • 0-2.5 Stitch Length For Reverse Stitch
  • Two Retractable, Vertical Spool Pins
  • Incandescent Lamp
  • Push-Pull Bobbin Winder
  • Vinyl Softcover

Included Accessories

  • Foot Controller
  • Standard Foot
  • Zipper Foot 
  • Sliding Button Hole foot
  • Blind Hem Foot
  • Bobbin
  • Small Screwdriver
  • Seam Ripper
  • Needles
  • Instruction Material

 

Janome Company Warranty

  • 25 Years on Mechanical Parts
  • 2 Years on Electrical Parts
  • 1 Year Labor

Offer Available On Orders Shipped To United States Destinations Only

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442 Reviews

  • 5
    Perfect Machine for Beginners and Experts Alike

    Posted by Ashley on 24th Oct 2018

    I have been in the market for my own sewing machine for a few months. My mother has been sewing all of my life, so I caught on to the craft at an early age and enjoyed tinkering on her machine to make little projects. As an adult, I have been making trips to her house to use her machine when needed. I recently decided that I'd like to be able to make and mend at my leisure with my own machine, so I started researching and comparing the top brands on Amazon.

    I didn't want to spend more than $175 on a sewing machine that I wouldn't be using everyday, but I also didn't want a low-quality machine that would only sew one layer of material at a time. My initial needs for the machine were Halloween curtains, Halloween costumes and leather seat covers for my car. Obviously, I needed a machine that would allow me to sew through leather so I started looking for "Heavy Duty" sewing machines. My first search led me to a Singer, which is what my mother has and what I'm used to. I literally had that machine in my Amazon cart and was about to check out when this Janome caught my eye in the recommended section. After reading the reviews and comparing the two machines, I knew this was the one and I bought it on the spot. I am so glad that I did.

    This machine performs all the basic functions of any standard sewing machine and it does them extremely well. The speed with which it sews is phenomenal; I finished a quick set of curtains in under ten minutes and was pleasantly surprised with the results. The Exclusive Bonus Bundle is also fantastic. The other machine I was considering hardly included any extras, but this one has a full pack of extra bobbins, two packs of replacement needles, replacement presser feet, and a METAL (not plastic) 4-step buttonhole foot as well as a detailed and helpful instruction manual. It has the ability to sew 12 different stitches (I have only experimented with a few, but they have all worked beautifully) and I have not had issues with my thread breaking even once (a far cry from my previous sewing machine experiences). I find myself looking around the apartment for things to mend or re-purpose so that I can keep using my machine! When I'm finished with a project, my extras and tools go inside the slide out compartment on the machine, the dust cover goes on top, and the machine and power cord go into the closet. I don't have to leave it out because it's too heavy to move, and it's always a breeze to set up; just plug it in and go!

    All in all, I couldn't be more pleased with this purchase. Whether you're a beginner or a seasoned seamstress, this machine offers a top quality performance to help you create beautiful projects with ease. I recommend the Janome 2212 Sewing Machine one hundred percent.

  • 5
    Five Stars

    Posted by Zippy on 27th Apr 2018

    Love it.

  • 4
    Purchased as a gift. She was thrilled. Not ...

    Posted by M Jane Deneen on 26th Apr 2018

    Purchased as a gift. She was thrilled. Not sure if she's used it yet,but it was exactly what she wanted.

  • 4
    Good machine

    Posted by KG on 26th Apr 2018

    I like it, but it isn't fast. Easy to use though, makes nice stitches and came with a few nice sewing supplies any seamstress (or seamster?) could use.

  • 4
    I thought Janome machines were made in Japan! NOT!

    Posted by riverguy on 26th Apr 2018

    I taught my 9 yr old granddaughter to sew on my 50 yr old Sears machine and wanted buy her a machine of her own. I distinctly wanted to avoid buying a machine made in China, so I did some research on affordable machines NOT made in China and came up with Janome, "Japan's oldest sewing machine company." Whoopee! I read lots of reviews in which people mentioned the quality of a Japanese-built machine, so I went for the Model 2212, as it had great reviews across the board.

    Imagine my surprise when on the back of my new machine I saw,"Made in Taiwan!" Well, better Taiwan than China, but a disappointment anyway.

    About the machine, it is not as smooth or quiet as my 50 yr old (made in Japan) Sears machine, but it is much lighter and it does work well. I agree with all of the positive reviews as to the functionality of this machine. It will serve its purpose well. I just feel that Janome should mention on their own Web site that their machines are NOT made in Japan.

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