The Janome memorycraft 9850 sewing and embroidery machine is only $1999
The Janome 9850 sewing and embroidery machine has arrived. this replaces one of our best selling embroidery and sewing machine the Memorycraft 9900.
it has 200 inbuilt sewing stitches
175 in built embroidery designs
Plus 6 types of buttonholes
Af you want to do any of the following embroidery, garment sewing, home décor, fabric crafting, and quilting. you will have a machine that’s ideal for all your sewing needs.
The Janome MC9850 has the most stable embroidery unit Janome has ever produced. It’s precise. In fact, the stitch quality is so precise, it’s possible to embroider fine lace designs on certain types of organza without stabiliser! It’s fast (1000 spm). And it’s remarkably quiet.
The Janome Memorycraft 9850 has all the kind of specifications found on machines costing twice as much and with three-times the learning curve. Here, everything is so easy to use, because the technology is designed to make it fun.
|Smarter And Faster|
The new generation of processor inside the
MC9850 (the brains of the machine) is four
times faster than its predecessor. You get
everything done more quickly.
|All 65,536 Colours|
Of The Rainbow
Our high-resolution touch screen is something
worth seeing. With large dimensions and
vivid colours, it’s much easier to see what you’re
creating. The majority of embroidery machines
in this price range have monochromatic
screens, many of which are not even touch
activated. For brilliance, color range and
interactivity, the MC9900 leads the way.
|It’s The Little Things|
Sewing and embroidery enthusiasts are
passionate about the details in their
projects… and on their machines. You’ll
love the MC9900’s new bobbin winding
plate with its own cutting blades, the
bright and shadow-free lighting, the
improved bobbin threading and
bobbin cover plate, an extra high
presser foot lift, and the updated
on-screen Sewing Assistant.
The Most Stable Embroidery Unit We’ve Ever Made
The Memory Craft 9850 has a sleek, detachable embroidery unit that slides onto the back of the machine–the same configuration as on our top-of-the-line Horizon Memory Craft 12000. The X axis carriage (for side-to-side movement) has a sturdier design for greater strength and improved stability. While the Y axis carriage has a Double Linear Motion Guide, which also improves stability and allows more precise movement.
And though the embroidery unit is very easy to attach and detach, you can leave it on when doing regular sewing. In fact, you might prefer the extra support it gives your fabric at the back. Most competing machines require you to remove their embroidery unit for regular sewing.