Janome DC2014 Computerized Sewing Machine Review

Janome DC2014 Sewing Machine Review

Janome DC2014 Sewing Machine replaces the Janome DC2013. DC2014 belongs to the “DC” series rolled out by Janome’s yearly since 2010. Overall, this computerized sewing machine is a truly dependable ally in various kinds of footing jobs.

Janome DC2014 has all the features of the DC2013; the only difference is the housing color. The DC2013 is pink, while the DC2014 is blue. Quality and performance separate the DC series from the rest of the competitors.

Although these chain series of Janome’s DC family differ only in color, the reliability and dependability never changed an ounce.

Janome DC2014 Computerized Sewing Machine Review

Features of Janome DC2014 Sewing Machine

  • 50 built-in stitches
  • Auto-lock
  • Memorized Up/Down needle position
  • Direct stitch button selection
  • Hardcover
  • 3 one-step buttonholes
  • Stretch stitches
  • Appliqué
  • Quilting stitches
  • Fabric stitches
  • Utility stitches
  • Built-in needle-threader
  • Stitch length and width selection button
  • Fully Automatic buttonhole sensor
  • Convertible free arm for circular sewing
  • Superior Feeding System (SFS)
  • Speed control slider
  • Walking foot and ¼ foot
  • Hardcover
  • Drop Feed/Free-motion
  • With accessory storage
  • Sewing speed: 860 spm(sewing per minute)
  • Quick set bobbin
  • With LCD display for stitch selection
  • Machine weight: 18.2 lbs

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The 50 stitches that this product offers are printed clearly at the front right side of the machine for easy selection. Varieties of stitches are the appliqué, utility, stretch, quilting and garment stitches. Presser foot simply snaps off at the push of a button, as simple as pressing keys in a cell phone.

Even feed foot, which sometimes, refers to as the walking foot and it is accompanied by a set of feed dogs (teeth) which allow the garment to feed without pacing, in the process eliminating the problem of the underside layer of the fabric misaligned with its counterpart.

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Janome DC2014 Bonus Accessories:

  • Lint Brush
  • Screwdriver
  • Hardcover
  • Felt
  • Power supply cord
  • ¼ inch Presser’s foot
  • Set of needles
  • Spool holder ( small)
  • Spool holder(large)
  • Walking foot
  • Spool pin
  • Spool stand
  • Satin stitch foot F
  • Zipper foot E
  • Automatic buttonhole F
  • Seam ripper/Buttonhole opener
  • Instruction book (English and Spanish)
  • Quilter bar
  • Foot control
  • Warranty Card

Janome DC2014 Review

Currently, Janome’s entire DC series machine acclaimed reputations once dwindling show a positive response from users who find these products more durable and affordable than ever.

Overedge foot C is used with a cast-over stitch allowing the thread to wrap around the edge of the fabric thus eliminating raveling. The Blind hem foot G has a metal guide in the middle and three grooves on the underside.

While blind hemming, the folding fabric fits snugly across the guide in the foot while the grooves under it prevent against unnecessary slipping. Needle swings over the metal guide making a loose in the upper tension picking of the stitch are almost invisible.

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Bottom foot R is a foot for making buttonholes in automatic mode. A sensor synchronized this foot’s function on the machine that it makes the exact size of the buttonhole against the size of the button to be used.

A clever idea! The presence of a slot where the button is placed located at the back of the foot while the foot adjusts to the size of the button. A really ingenious design that makes buttonholing a perfect work of art!

Janome DC2014 Sewing Machine has almost all the characteristics to complete any project on home décor, garment sewing, quilting, scrapbooking and zigzagging. What’s more?

It allows sewing with the computerized accuracy, confidence, and precision. However, any product has its own bottleneck. We now mention the minimal defects of the DC2014. It has no automatic thread cutter.

Thread cutting is done manually, but the effort does not diminish the user’s efficiency, so does the machine. The other one is the drop feed mechanism is poorly placed. Nevertheless, this too does not alter the efficiency of the machine.

Conclusion:

Overall, the verdict is quite impressive. Janome DC2014 Sewing Machine still carries the stability, accuracy, and durability of its predecessor. The DC 2014 has a limited warranty of 25 years for mechanical parts, 2 years for electrical parts and 1 year for labor. All warranties are guaranteed by the Manufacturer, Brother’s Industries Inc.

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