Janome sent Temecula Valley Sewing Center an announcement today, letting us know that they have yet another new model for 2011. Janome has already introduced 7 new models in the last 3 months, but the new Janome 4120QDC appears to have the most features, and is not an internet model.
Here’s what Janome said:
We are pleased to announce the arrival of a new machine: the 4120QDC. The 4120QDC offers great design and a wide variety of cutting edge features.
120 stitches, including one alphabet and 7 automatic sensor buttonholes give a wide variety of stitching options. Users can program stitch combinations of up to 50 patterns with an option for mirror editing. The 4120QDC features the super-stable Superior Plus Feed System (SFS+) and a special extra wide needle plate with markings for increased accuracy. The unique LCD screen offers fast navigation and direct stitch selection and the machine stops in the down position as default (you can set the needle to stop in the up position in the setting mode). The carry handle on this model is also improved and specially positioned to ensure that it never interferes with thread flow. The 4120QDC comes with a Hard Cover and Extension Table standard.
Since the Janome 4120QDC is not an internet model, we can’t display any pricing here on the blog, but if you are interested, take a look at the brochure that Janome sent with their email:
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