Janome FM725 embellishing sewing machine


Create your own images and designs with the Janome FM725 embellishing machine. It is on special offer. Makes your creative skills stand out. Its so easy to do. no threads no bobbins. just special needles.


  • Category: Embellishing machines
  • SKU: fm725

Price:AU$399.00 AU$399.00


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Description

The Janome FM725 Embellishing machine    

 The FM-725 is a needle felting machine – it does not sew, but uses  barbed needles to mesh fabrics together. The fibres mingle to create new colour and texture combinations that simply cannot be achieved with  embroidery, applique, or any other kind of needlework. It doesn’t  require thread, a bobbin, or any previous sewing experience.

At a glance…

  • Felting machine
  • Punching speed 700 SPM
  • No threads
  • Free arm
  • Weight 4.6Kg
  • Click here to download brochure                   FM725_Brochure.pdf
  • Click here to see a video 

What is a felting machine? 

It's a needle punch machine. Or also known as an embellisher.

The first  needle punch machine .Also called a felting machine. It works with out threads  or bobbins. Instead a five barbed needle interlocks the fibers to create an  amazing blend of textures and colours. You can work with all sorts of fabric as  well as woven, roving, yarn, ribbon, thread and more. In fact with proper laying  you can felt almost anything even paper. Simply move the layer under the needle  and Xpress your self. . Come and see this machine in action Come into a  sewingmachines.com.au store and try one out.  Be Beautiful.  Be Creative.

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How easy is it  to use? Its Childs play.


Nothing much in life is easier to master.

Be first in your area to know how to use this easy embellishing machine.

 

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Instead of one needle, the Artistic has five needles joined into a single  unit, so they move up and down in unison. On the sides of each needle are tiny  barbs. As the needles pierce the top layer of material,  these barbs catch the  individual fibers and push them down into the bottom layer.

Five Needles

Five round holes in the needle plate correspond to the five needle points.  These holes are slightly larger than those found on other felting machines,  allowing penetration through even multiple layers to occur easily, quickly and  cleanly, allowing for a better blending of fibers.

Xpress Hands

 

The fibers mingle to create new color and texture combinations that simply  cannot be achieved with embroidery, appliqué, or any other kind of needlework.  In needle felting there is no "right side" or "wrong side." Whether you push the  fibers through from the front or back depends on the effect you're trying to  achieve. Experimentation is part of the fun.

Xpressing your self is part of the fun

  

Instead of one needle, the Artistic has five needles joined into a single  unit,  so they move up and down in unison. On the sides of each needle are tiny  barbs. As the needles pierce the top layer of material, these barbs catch the  individual fibers and push them down into the bottom layer. Five round holes in  the needle plate correspond to the five needle points.  These holes are slightly  larger than those found on other felting machines, allowing penetration through  even multiple layers to occur easily, quickly and cleanly, allowing for a better  blending of fibers.

The fibers mingle to create new color and texture combinations that simply  cannot be achieved with embroidery, appliqué, or any other kind of needlework.  In needle felting there is no "right side" or "wrong side."  Whether you push  the fibers through from the front or back depends on the effect you're trying to  achieve. Experimentation is part of the fun.

The Artistic has the same basic shape as a sewing machine. A foot pedal  controls the motion of the needles.  The sewing bed converts to a free arm for  felting on dimensional projects or small items like cuffs.  And there's a bright  sewing light. What's missing is anything having to do with thread: no upper  thread, no bobbin down below and no feed dogs to move the fabric. A compartment  below the needles, where a bobbin mechanism would go on a traditional sewing  machine, collects any lint.

Needle felting can be done with all kinds of fabric and fiber (even paper).  Expert Paula Scaffidi,  who runs the Fiberella.com website, divides felting  materials into two major groups: the "willing" and the "unwilling".  The willing  are fibers that are easily enmeshed into other materials and are used to  embellish a base.  Think of them as the "paint" an artist would use in a  painting. These materials are generally wispy and fibrous in nature,  allowing  the needle barbs to catch and push them into the base material. They will  provide the color and texture of a project. These materials include woolen  roving, yarn and thread,  among others.

The unwilling are materials that are not easily manipulated or pushed through  another substance.  Because of their firm nature, these materials make great  base materials for embellishing and hold the embedded fabrics readily.  They  include denim, canvas and other resilient fabrics.
"At least one of your  materials must be willing in order to successfully felt,"  she says, "but you  can combine some of the unwilling with the willing."

Artistic turns your scraps into creative components.

Five felting needles push the fibers through the fabric.

Create one-of-a-kind fashion accessories.

Get amazing effects on home decor projects.

 

 

Accessories

5 Needle head holding clamp for the FM725 for $99.
Part number 725 822  004 (This enables you to change individual needles once they are broken.)

10 Needle replacement (individual needles) $36. Part number 725 807 003

5 Needle clamp $35 (unfixable). Part number 725 504 007

Needles in 3 Pack only $25. Part number 725 811 003

small table to cover free arm only $35 .( Small ) Part number 743004008

Instructional DVD is $30 extra


Large Extension table is $119.  Part number Part no. 725813002