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How long you should expect a Janome sewing machine to last

How long you should expect a Janome sewing machine to last

If you buy your Janome sewing machine from an authorized Janome dealer you are guaranteed that it will last as long as it’s warranty. That’s just the minimum life expectancy. There is no reason a Janome machine can’t last for decades if used as instructed and properly maintained, they are durable machines. Tip: When buying a Janome sewing machine on Amazon make sure the seller is an authorized dealer!


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The best type of sewing machine for home use

Cost aside, the best type of sewing machine for home use is determined by your skill level and what you plan to sew. For light duty sewing by a begginer a machine like the Janome MOD-19 is an excellent choice.

With minimal experience a good even stitcher such as the Singer Heavy Duty 4423 is a good choice. For the more experienced tailor the Janome HD1000 works well, especially with heavier fabrics.

Janome is a well known brand of sewing machine

Janome and Brother are likely the most widely known brands of home sewing machine. Yes, Janome is a good brand, but to determine if it’s the best brand for your needs consider your budget, your experience and what you plan to do with your Janome machine. Each and every sewing machine model has it’s own slight benefits and drawbacks, choose accordingly.

Sewing is a great marketable skill (and rewarding!)

Sewing is a great marketable skill to have. You can use it to repair your clothes, make new clothes or just enjoy it as a fun hobby. You never know when sewing skills might come in handy. Become proficient at sewing can also inspire you to learn other new skills by giving you the confidence to give them a try. Saving money isn’t the only reason to consider learning to sew.

Sewing machines advance society and trade

Sewing machines revolutionized the garment industry by significantly increasing production capacity. The benefits to society and to trade were immediately noticeable as production of clothes increased and new design options became more widely available. They continue to allow the home tailor to save money and in many cases generate a viable income.

How long computerized sewing machines can last

Typically, a sewing machine can last 25 years or longer. However, care and sewing conditions can drastically shorten the life of any sewing machine, not just a computerized sewing machine. After some years it’s likely that vibration, hummidity, heat and other environmental factors affect the chips and wires in a computerized sewing machine more than a mechanical one, but, these can be replaced fairly cheaply.

You can teach yourself to use a sewing machine

Learning to sew with a sewing maching is not difficult. As with any task, learning how to use a sewing machine can be accomplished by anyone with patience and a little guidance. Sometimes a good manual and practice is enough to become an expert home tailor, eventually. Ask questions, have confidence and give it your best effort, you just might uncover some hidden talent with enough practice.

Sewing machines are worth fixing, here’s why…

Sewing machines are worth fixing when broken because, in the long run, repairs will save you money. This is because most sewing machine parts can be replaced fairly cheaply in comparison with the cost of a total machine replacement. It is not uncommon for a replaced sewing machine part to outlast it’s owner.

Different types of home sewing machines

Overlocking or serger machines. Mechanical treadle sewing machines. Electronic mechanical sewing machines. Mini and portable machines. Computerized or automated machines. Embroidery machines. Quilting machines and overlocking Machines.

What to do with the bobbin when done sewing

Unless you plan to continue with the same sewing project at a later time it’s best to clean up your workspace when done for the day. You can leave the bobbin in the machine for next time but, my personal preference, is to place it on the bobbin winder. Odds are you”ll be needing a different color of thread for the next project.

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