Elna and Janome Blogs

A few months ago we started carrying Elna sewing machines.  It’s been wonderful to have these machines in the store, and be able to talk about and show them to our customers.  They are designed for the average consumer, well-built, and properly priced for the market.

Well, most people don’t know this, but Elna machines are made by Janome, and they often share similar features.  If you sew on either brand, and would like to know more about how to use your machine,  reading the blogs for both brands can be a great way to further your knowledge on them. 

Elna’s Blog is http://elnalife.wordpress.com/  This is a new blog, and I’m sure we’ll see lots of postings from Liz on it, as she also posts plenty on Janome.

Janome’s Blog is http://janomelife.wordpress.com/

So during these cold days of winter,  grab a cup of tea, and check them out sometime.

Linda

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5 responses to “Elna and Janome Blogs

  1. Thanks for the tip on the sewing machines!

  2. are the sewing feet interchangeable between Janome and Elna

  3. Really glad to know this. I’m purchasing a used Elna tomorrow — very excited as it’s in excellent condition — and have been trying to get to know the machine’s history, quality and accessories options. My world just expanded exponentially with all the Janome blog and feet possibilities.

    My previous machine, a Brother, had similar qualities to the Elna I’m getting — a drop in bobbin, one step buttonholes, and a few others, but from what I’ve read, the Elna will power through several layers of denim without trouble. Has this been your experience? (the model I’m getting is 3007, for $150, hardly ever been used.)

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