Janome Magnolia 7318 Sewing Machine with Exclusive Bonus Bundle
- Usually leaves our warehouse on the same business day.
- 18.20 LBS
For a sewist who wants a sewing machine that is a bit more average but not top fo the line, an excellent sewing machine choice is the Janome 7318. Not quite entry-level but not top-end, the Janome Magnolia 7318 gives you many more options for a price that’s still quite affordable.
Whereas entry-level machines have an average of 8 to 10 stitch choices, the Janome 7318 offers an extensive choice of 18 different stitches. You can control the stitch length, as well as the stitch width for zigzag stitches.
An additional feature is the ability to create a button-hole. A 4-step buttonholer is provided for your convenience. It also has an adjustment wheel for the balance which gives more precise results, even with specialty fabrics!
Bobbin and thread jams are a thing of the past with the jam-proof top-loading bobbin system. The 7pc feed dog also makes sure that you can control the fabric more precisely.
The Janome 7318 comes with a built-in cutter for any dangling threads, an extension table plus storage box for accessories, a reverse stitch option, and a snap on presser foot.
There are 12 included accessories for the Janome 7318 including 4 presser feet, a needle set, a screwdriver, a seam ripper, a lint brush, 4 bobbins, spool holders, the instructions manual and the foot pedal which is also the power cord.
The generous Janome warranty includes 25 years coverage for mechanical parts, 5 years of coverage for electrical parts, and 1 year of labor coverage.
The Janome 7318 - A Top Quality Sewing Machine!
Bonus Bundle Includes: Janome Muffling Mat, 10 Plastic Janome Bobbins, 1 Pack Size 14 Needles, & a 3 Year Nationwide Extended Warranty Plan
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Loving so far
Easy to use machine. Thank you
Have had this for awhile now, test drive over. Works well through a lot of conditions and fabric though a little sluggish going over folded hems at corners and sometimes has to be coaxed. What I don't like is that you can't open the machine to catch thread that has ridden up without unscrewing a major portion of the machine. Most sewing machines have a swing out region above the light/ needle area, this doesnt. You either have to pull back on the thread spool or gently reach in with a seam ripper to catch thread and rethread. The accessory pack is no big deal, you expect a machine to come with needles, at least 3 bobbins, and a screw driver that fits tight areas. The pad I can live without, you can do just as well with a folded towel as long as the machine is level and doesnt move.
I used to have a used Top of Line sewing machine and it was fabulous, sewed great, but cost lots of money (even used). Like everyone nowadays budget is a huge concern and it turned out I really don't have as much time to sew as I thought I would. Hubby, kids, etc...all taking my time. :) So I decided to sell my Top of Line machine and purchased this machine instead.
Let me say, this machine has been fabulous. It arrived brand new with all the accessories. The buttonhole foot was in the little drawer that is underneath the machine. This machine has been nothing but a joy to use. It has a great looking straight stitch and for the budget conscious it was a fraction of the cost of my used TOL machine. I do have Amazon prime and spent the extra $3.99 to get it next day and it arrived the next day. Perfect.
This machine is NOT computerized which did take a bit of getting used to for me, and the absolute ONLY thing I really miss is that on some computerized models, the needle can stop always up or always down. People always tout this as a "beginner" machine, but I'm not sure why a really excellent seamstress couldn't/wouldn't use one of these. Maybe my application is different than most. But I find that even on the TOL machine I didn't really use all the extra stitches that much. Then again at this point in my life my projects have to be relatively quick and simple...or they don't get finished.
This machine even has overcasting stitches so you can finish your raw edges and avoid raveling. I LOVE the bobbin on these machines. Has the see through cover and you can see how much thread you have left. Anyway, absolutely no regrets here. It's a nice solid machine, heavy enough so it doesn't bounce around while sewing and the presser foot lifts extra high to allow for thick fabrics to go underneath.
I did A LOT of research before deciding on this machine. I was specifically looking for a good quality beginner machine. I didn't need to many bells and whistles but wanted to be able to do some good quality stitches.
Just received this machine a week ago and found it extremely easy to set up and use straight out of the box. The bonus extras are also great to have in my sewing drawer.
Will update this review with further use, but first impressions are really great.