Hi folks, in the Janome Memory Craft 200E review, we’d like to share with you how we find the product based on functionality and overall performance. We also added a basic set up video and information on what you’ll get out of the box.
Please keep in mind that the Janome Memory Craft 200E is not a sewing machine but an embroidery specialty machine. Embroidery can really be a tiresome work, but with this machine it gets easy.
Janome Memory Craft 200E review: Set Up
It is fully automatic, after the initial set up, you will just have to watch it sew on its own. It is operated with a start/ stop push button, no foot press. The speed isn’t adjustable manually but you will notice it going faster or slower on its own depending on the design it’s making. A built-in needle threader is added for easy threading. (Video courtesy of Dale Dean)
The Memory Craft 200E features a pre-loaded 73 embroidery design but it doesn’t end there. You can add/ use your own customized design to embroider to its internal memory by saving a .jef format of the pattern to a USB that goes into the machine’s USB port. It has a backlit LCD touchscreen that allows you basic on-screen editing like enlarging/ reducing and/or rotating a design. For more complex edits, you can get a Janome Digitizer Software.
Janome Memory Craft 200E review: Out Of The Box
2. Lint brush
3. Additional spool pin
5. Spool stand
6. Spool holder (Large)
7. Spool holder (Small)
11. Set of needles
12. Embroidery hoop
13. Instruction book
14. Template sheets
15. Power supply cord
16. Instructional movie CD
The only downside of this machine is it’s quite noisy, especially when going at a high speed. Using it takes a little getting used to. You’d have to definitely make use of the instructional video and the user manual that comes with it.
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