Sewing World


Amarillo's award-winning
Janome Exclusive Dealer.
We service all other brands  –  but only sell Janome "because you simply love to sew."


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Horizon
Memory Craft
6700 Professional

It's Your Time
Love What You
Make With It



Must-Have Features:

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An Industry First for Speed: 1,200 SPM
In addition to the historic models' heavy-duty performance, Janome delivers an industry first in the household sewing category with straight stitching of up to 1,200 stitches per minute (SPM) for professional performance in a convenient top-loading machine. The MC6700P is designed to perform with speed, strength, and stability for faster sewing results.You can never have enough speed when strip piecing!
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Seamless Flatbed Workspace
One of the most visible features that fans love is the flatbed workspace. The seamless, heavy-duty, powder-coated, 14.25" all-metal flatbed offers an uninterrupted, large sewing area with 10 inches (255 mm) to the right of the needle. Couple this enhanced work space with a new streamlined machine head that provides greater visibility around the needle area for a comfortable, ergonomic sewing experience.
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Powerful LED Lights
When placing the MC6500P, MC6600P, and the new MC6700P next to each other, there is a clear difference in illumination above the sewing bed. With six powerful LED lights placed in three different locations, sewists can experience shadowless sewing even into the evening hours.
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Programmable Direct Select Stitches
There are 135 stitches, including one alphabet and nine buttonholes. However, many sewists use an average of 10 stitches for most of their sewing. The direct selection keys on the front of the machine are pre-programmed with the 10 most commonly used stitches, but have the added advantage of being re-programmed to seven stitches of your own choosing. Your selections are easy to reference on the bright 3.6" LCD screen and are saved for future sewing sessions.
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Superior Needle Threader
Threading could not be easier. Set your thread, push the lever, release and sew. The Superior Needle Threader's advanced design feeds the thread through the eye of the needle with precise accuracy every time.
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9mm Zig Zag
Stitch up to 9mm wide stitches - the extra width makes all of your decorative stitches bolder, brighter, and more distinct.

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Memory Craft 500E

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Embroidery can take an everyday item and turn it into something uniquely yours. What's your signature look? Monograms for ultimate personalization? Home decor items perfectly suited to your home and sense of style? Simple detailing to give a blouse that special one-of-a-kind accent? Whatever you desire, the 500E has the ability to turn your ideas into reality.
 
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Skyline S9

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The Skyline S9 is the first machine in its series to include both sewing and embroidery. This great machine includes Wi-Fi capability that makes it easy to send embroidery designs from an iPad or computer straight to the machine. In addition, the Skyline S9 includes three iPad apps: AcuEdit, AcuMonitor and AcuSetter to make your sewing and embroidery time more efficient.

Enjoy choosing up to 250 embroidery designs, including 40 exclusive designs by Anna Maria Horner along with 300 stitches. With a maximum embroidery size of 6.7" x 7.9" and sewing speeds of 1000 SPM, the Skyline S9 provides a full suite of powerful capabilities to ensure all projects are beautiful, yet easily executed. Navigating through these great features is easy with the Skyline S9's LCD color touchscreen.

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TRIVIA
Did you know . . .

• Septmber was declared National Sewing Month in 1982 by Ronald Regan. He believed home sewing was important to the nation and demonstrated Americans' self-reliance, skill, and industriousness.
 
• There are various claims regarding the discovery of the earliest known needle. One is that the earliest known bone needle was found 61 000 years ago in Sibudu Cave, a Middle Stone Age site in KwaZulu-Natal province in South Africa. Another is that the earliest bone needle was found in southwest France and is estimated to be more than 25 000 years old. Yet another is that archaeologists found 30 000-year-old ivory sticks with eyelets at a dig south of Moscow – the oldest known evidence of needles with eyes.
 
• A nap of a fabric is created when a fabric's surface fibers are brushed after it is weaved.



Our Store Hours:
Monday - Friday 

9:00am - 6:00pm

Saturday

9:00am - 5:00pm 

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Financing Available
with approved credit
90-Day Layaway Available



SEWING WORLD     •     3353 Bell Street     •     Amarillo, Texas 79106-5012
Telephone 806-352-5027     •     Fax 806-352-6043     •     Email: sewingworldama@gmail.com