Loaner Machine

It is kind of funny how we come to feel about our tools. As I mentioned, I have a loaner machine. It is  also a Janome, so my feet fit. It is a smaller model with a fewer number of stitches and no knee lift. I don’t know the model; there doesn’t seem to be a number or anything on it.

Loaner Janome
Loaner Janome

This is, generally, a nice machine. It sews quietly, the stitch is nice. It fits my 1/4″ foot, is easy to thread, has the needle up/down feature.

It isn’t my machine, though and it buzzes. It makes a loud-ish, electrical buzzing sound all the time. It sounds weird, but that might be part of why I felt out of sorts on Saturday. The machine was off most of the day on Sunday and I felt fine.

It also doesn’t fit well into my table, so I moved the pneumatic lift platform up to table top height and put the machine on top of it. I worried that my hands were going to hurt , but that didn’t happen.

Why You Should Care: It is always good to have information about different machines when you are going to buy a new one.

Author: Jaye

Quiltmaker who enjoys writing and frozen chocolate covered bananas.

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