HORIZON Memory Craft 12000
HORIZON Memory Craft 12000 – the Creative Journey starts here with Janome’s first long-arm automatic embroidery machine. It’s a perfect blend of advanced technology and signature ease of use.
If you love those larger projects, it offers a massive total arm length of 440mm ( over 17 inches ).
If you love precise stitching, this incredible model sews perfect stitches at up to 1,000 stitches per minute in both sewing and embroidery modes. It has all the usual Janome computerised features plus over 400 built in stitches, including 9mm width stitches, backward stitches, hand look quilting & embroidery stitches and many more. Plus there’s monogramming and built-in embroidery designs. Unique new stitches can be created using the built-in Stitch Composer and saved to memory for future use.
If you love perfect feeding the new AcuFeed Flex System is detachable and provides dual feed both with twin and single feet options. Two needles plates are provided including a specialist straight stitch plate .. changeover is simple .. just flick a switch !
If you love free motion sewing, there’s an automatic fabric thickness sensor and you can use the knee lifter to vary the width of zigzag stitches . Some of the other new user friendly features include a magnifying glass and powerful lighting, coupled with an extendable light giving great visibility over the work area. There is even a button to lift the foot electronically.
If you love embroidery there is a sleek detachable embroidery unit which when opened provides a massive embroidery area. HORIZONLINK is the new software interface that provides for seamless real-time connection between your PC and the MC12000.
If you love sewing, embroidery, quilting, making home furnishing or craftwork, there’s so much more to know about this superb new model. As long as there is a new project on the HORIZON the Creative Journey never ends.
Janome’s first long-arm embroidery model will be launched in the UK at the Knitting & Stitching Show at Alexandra Palace 6th – 9th October 2011.
A full product page with more comprehensive information will be made available soon.