Janome Magnolia 7325 Sewing Machine with Exclusive Bonus Bundle
- Usually leaves our warehouse on the same business day.
The Magnolia model has been a favorite Janome line of sewing machines for generations. Great for beginners, occasional sewists, or those just getting back to sewing after a while, the Magnolia 7325 is affordable, easy to use, and lots of fun! Quality made up to Janome’s usual standards, this is one of the best entry-level machines out there today!
The Magnolia 7325 is a compact, fully electronic sewing machine that offers many of the same features of more expensive machines at a low price. It includes 25 built-in stitches, an automatic 1-step buttonhole stitch, adjustable stitch width and length, easy stitch selection dials, speed control slider and a convenient easy-reverse lever for simple backstitching. Its uncomplicated design makes it a great machine to learn on or refresh skills with.
Adding to its quality, the Magnolia 7325 has a 5-piece feed dog that is drop feed capable, free arm design, convenient snap-on presser feet, and extra-high lift for sewing a variety of fabrics. The automatic thread tension control helps prevent thread breakage and keeps stitches even and the top-loading bobbin is easy to get in and out. It also has a simple push/pull bobbin winder.
Accessories included with the Magnolia 7325 are a set of 6 essential presser feet for making all kinds of projects, a sliding buttonhole foot, and a set of Janome needles so the machine can be used right after unboxing and setup. The machine has a convenient accessory compartment on the bottom and comes with a protective hard cover. In addition, the bonus bundle includes a soft fabric machine tote in variable styles and colors as well as a 5-year extended warranty plan.
The Janome Magnolia 7325 comes with Janome’s customary 25-year warranty on mechanical parts, 5 years on electrical parts, and a 1-year labor warranty.
The Janome Magnolia 7325 - A Tried and True Janome Favorite for Sewists of All Levels!
- Blind Hem foot G
- Needle set
- Zig Zag Foot
- Overedge Foot
- Manual Buttonhole foot
- Buttonhole Foot R (automatic)
- Zipper foot E
- Hard Cover
- Lint Brush
- Seam Ripper
- Set of Needles
- Spool Holder (Large)
- Spool Holder (small)
Janome Manufacturers Warranty
- 25 years on Mechanical Parts
- 5 Years on Electrical Parts
- 1 Year Labor
Wonderful little machine, I highly recommend it.
This is the exact kind of machine I was looking for- strong, reliable, creating consistent quality stitches. The mid-range quality of Janome like this exceeds the upper end computerized of Singer. I was so sick of seeing error messages and dealing with thread jams. I have made 2 entire twin size quilts, 6 quilted shams, and 3 quilted pot holders and the thread has not jammed once. The needle pathway and threading is like every other machine I've had; I think that's pretty standard now. I LOVE the automatic thread tension adjustment. I have not moved it from that wonderful "A" position and weather I've just pieced together 2 pieces of cotton fabric or quilted through that much plus 2 layers of batting, the stitches are always perfect. Particularly in quilting, I often have 1 color thread on the top and another in the bottom underneath. I can never see the color of the opposite thread peeking through the opposite side. It is quieter than my last machine, but seems more powerful. There is an adjustable speed control plus a foot pedal, which I thought was kind of pointless- if you want it to go slower, just don't push it down as far. But it turns out I really like it when I have to sew a long distance- like the full length of a twin quilt- but I need to go slowly and carefully to stitch in the ditch. This way I can just leave my foot all the way down which is an easier position to maintain, but the machine will not go roaring off. If you truly have no idea how to use a sewing machine at all, I don't think this manual alone would be enough to teach you, but I'm not sure any manual would be. And if you are looking for a machine specifically for portability, this one is a little on the heavy side (because it's awesome!) It would be a good first machine in that you wouldn't have to deal with common frustrations like jams and tension issues.
I was surprised to see my sewing machine delivered early. I am very pleased with the purchase of my sewing machine. The website portrayed it well and it was what I expected.
This is a great entry level sewing machine. We bought each of our daughters this machine and the Magnolia has held up well for both of them. It works well with thick fabrics and pretty much everything else. It's not super fancy which is fine for a beginner. I only took off one star because one machine does not wind bobbins at all and we had to buy a separate bobbin winder. The auto tension is okay but does not always work perfectly so you may need to play with the tension when using different fabrics. Overall this is a good machine and they have given my girls many hours of happy sewing. This is a far nicer machine then any of the cheaper Brother machines we've tried.
As a beginner, I found this machine easy to use. I used this machine to make curtains. It worked great!