Basic, durable and mechanical, the Janome 2212 is built for sewers who appreciate the beauty and simplicity of creating unique pieces the traditional way. Made to cater to both beginners and experienced sewers who are more comfortable working with non-digital sewing machines than with modern ones, the Janome 2212 offers a lot of opportunities to explore your raw talent, enjoy the craft, and express your creativity without relying heavily on too many built-in stitch patterns, automatic buttonholes and other advanced features offered by most digital sewing machines.
Apart from giving users, both novices and advanced sewers alike, the opportunity to freely develop their skills the traditional or non-digital way, using a mechanical sewing machine like the Janome 2212 allows users to save cost on energy. So regardless of how long and often you plan to work on your sewing project, you can focus on your task and not have to constantly worry about your electric bills. This is great for beginners who want to spend hours on the machine while trying to learn different sewing and stitching styles, techniques and patterns. It’s also great for advanced users with heavy sewing workloads that would take hours and days to be completed.
Another advantage of using a non-digital sewing machine is its simplicity. There’s nothing intimidating and complicated about it so you can enjoy sewing and not worry about pressing the wrong button and using the wrong settings for your project. This mechanical sewing machine is very easy to use and saves you the hassle and frustration of dealing with complex and advanced systems and settings.
This mechanical sewing machine has a maximum speed of 860 stitches per minute. The bobbin system is front loading, and the tension can be controlled manually. You can choose a particular stitch pattern by turning the dial. It comes with a snap-on presser feet, a drop feed dog, a dozen of stitch patterns, a built-in thread cutter as well as a four-step buttonhole. It also comes with a couple of retractable and vertical spool pins, and an incandescent light for those who work in areas with not enough lighting.
Despite having a sturdy built, the Janome 2212 weighs only 15.6 pounds and is lightweight enough to be moved around your workspace with much ease. It’s also affordable and very easy to set up and operate so even beginners can immediately start practicing their sewing skills. It can tackle light to heavy sewing workloads and may be used with different types of fabrics.
Apart from being durable, reliable and affordable, this energy-saving sewing machine also requires very minimal or low maintenance work so you can save yourself the hassle and cost of frequent machine repairs or replacement of parts.