Early Spring sale. Pay only $799 for this Amazing machine from Janome. It is called the 780dc sewist . It has 80 inbuilt design..Does multipule buttonholes. Has inbuilt scissors. Pay only $799 as our early Spring 2018 sale. Save $500 off RRP. It is ideal for Quilting and general sewing as well.
Last but not least the Sewist 780DC is Janome’s latest computerised machine, similar to Decor Craft models such as the DC6030 it is the largest sewist model, complete with automatic speed/sew function, needle raise button, auto-lock-stitch button and automatic thread cutter. 20 of its 80 built in stitches can be selected using direct keys on the machine front, along with stitch length and width. Its hinged left side opening allows for easy threading, so no more missing the take-up lever!
Top loading full rotary hook bobbin
Locking stitch button
80 built-in stitches
7 one-step buttonholes
Manual thread tension control Built-in, one-hand needle threader Snap-on presser feet
Needle up/down with down as default setting
7-piece feed dog
Speed control slider
Automatic thread cutter
Easy reverse button
Machine size: W15.9" x H11.9" x D6.9"
Machine weight: 8KGS
Work space: 6.7" x 4.3"
Auto declutch bobbin winder
Extra high presser foot lift
Backlit LCD screen with easy navigation keys
Foot pressure adjustment
Maximum stitch width: 7mm
Maximum stitch length: 5mm
Hard cover included
Buy this magnyfing Glaas for only $29 extra
The perfect attachment to help enhance your sewing capability. The Optic / AcuView Magnifier allows you to get a closer view of the sewing area. Attach the magnifier to make it easy to see the tiniest detail within the needle area of your machine. This attachment can be useful when threading, adjusting the position of the fabric, and carrying out detailed work. The magnifier can be used whilst sewing or can swivel out of the way when not in use.
Plus buy this walking foot valued at $69
The Even Feed Foot, sometimes referred to as the walking foot, is designed with a set of feed dogs which allow the fabric to feed without shirting and eliminates the problem of the under layer of fabric coming up short. The even feed foot is also great for topstitching, which can be spoilt due to irregularity of stitching. This is often caused by the bulk created with the seam allowance especially around collars and reveres. using the walking foot for topstitching will eliminate this problem and give perfect stitching every time.