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does anyone own a Janome DC1050?

Old 01-07-2014, 03:38 PM
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I've looked on many sites and cannot see whether it has feed dogs that drop. Also, do you like it? Have you had any mechanical difficulties? Any other information you can give would be helpful. thanks in advance
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Old 01-07-2014, 03:47 PM
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I've looked on many sites and cannot see whether it has feed dogs that drop. Also, do you like it? Have you had any mechanical difficulties? Any other information you can give would be helpful. thanks in advance
the feed dogs drop. You can read about the machine on www.Janome.com

i have FOUR Janomes...nah, I don't like 'em.... Wink wink

my most recent one is a Janome 9900. You will love Janome!

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Old 01-07-2014, 03:59 PM
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thanks, Sandygirl. don't know how i missed that. glad to be able to start owning better machines
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I have two Janome machines!! The Horizon 7700, and the Gem 760 which I take to classes!! Very happy with both machines!!!
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I just recently upgraded to a Janome 6260QC from an older Janome mechanical machine. What a world of difference! I hope you are as happy with your upgrade.
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I have a 3050 and it works great. The only thing it doesn't do well is free motion. My singer is better at FMQ.
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I have a Janome MC3000 can't honestly say I love (much less like)
this machine, to be honest though I bought it used from the dealer
and swore never to do that again.

I would like to try another Janome but not a used machine, prefer
a new.

Maybe someday I will get another and be able to own something new
OTHER than the Brothers I have (which are the NV-1000 & Innov-Is 1500D).
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