When people are wishing to buy a sewing machine, one of the first questions is this: ‘Is this model strong enough to sew in thick fabrics?’ The elegant outer appearance of the Janome machines hides a solid metal chassis. This is what gives our machines the robust interior and strength to sew just about anything! The Canada 150 – M100 QDC interior looks like this:
This internal strength is very unique and makes Janome what it is: affordable quality. Coated with a beautiful outer shell, here is a machine that is suitable for all types of sewing use.
Whether for garment construction, garment repairs & mending, home decoration, quilting, or for crafts, this machine is equipped with the features you will need need to perform these tasks.
The Canada 150 – M100 QDC offers 100 utility, decorative and satin, stretch + quilting stitches. Here is the chart with all the pictograms of the stitches:
But … there is an apparent difference between a pictogram and a stitch. To visualize these stitches, why not sew them all? …… yes, when you get a sewing machine, you should take the time to study it – what a great way to practice??
The feet used to sew these stitches are included with the machine:
- All-purpose foot ‘A’
- Satin Foot ‘F’
- ‘R’ Buttonhole Foot
- Invisible hem foot ‘G’
- Overlock ‘C’
The feet used to sew the stitches on this square are included with the machine:
- Satin Foot ‘F’
- Satin foot ‘F2’
All the stitches are adjustable in width and length which adds versatility – as you can see on both samples. (to be continued… what will Celine show us next?)
Visit your local authorized Janome dealer to see the Janome Canada 150 – M100 QDC in action: a demonstration, see samples, and … especially to try it out!
Translated & edited from a post on Vie Janome by Celine Ross.