The Janome J3-24 is an excellent machine which is packed with a superb selection of stitches and features. It is a really easy to use three dial model, one for stitch selection one for adjusting stitch length and the other for stitch width adjustment. It just couldn’t be simpler. The automatic 1-step buttonhole produces perfect buttonholes in one easy step whilst the automatic needle threader takes the strain out of threading the needle. There’s plenty of accessory storage and a hard cover for protection.
Janome J3-24 Sewing Machine
WAS £299, NOW ONLY £269
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OFFER ENDS 31st DECEMBER 2023
The top model of the Janome J3 family. The J3-24 is an easy to use machine with a selection of useful stitch patterns, including a one-step buttonhole.
- 24 built-in stitch choices
- Variable stitch width & length
- Quick foot conversion
- Freearm for circular sewing
- 24 Built-in Stitch Choices
- Variable Stitch Width & Length
- Quick Foot Conversion
- Free arm for Circular Sewing
- Auto 1-Step Buttonhole
- Built-in Needle Threader
- Drop Feed for Freehand Embroidery
- Convenient Thread Cutter
What's in the box
- Automatic buttonhole foot
- Adjustable blind hem foot
- Satin stitch foot
- Standard foot
- Zipper foot
- Seam ripper
- C-2022 Foot control
- Hard Cover
- Bobbins (3)
- Instruction book
Alan and Steve offer free delivery with your new machine.
Under normal circumstances delivery takes 1 – 2 days – excluding weekends.
Your machine will be delivered to your home via one of the main couriers.
Alternatively you can choose to collect your machine from our shop at a time that suits you.
Please just let us know and we’ll be happy to help you.
We only deliver machines to the UK Mainland.
Although we post parts & accessories worldwide, we do not ship machines outside the UK.
Alan and Steve’s Guarantee to you
We are Janome Main Agents.
Our guarantee covers your Janome for two years and includes parts and labour, but not transport. It may be an idea to retain the box and internal packaging – if you have space. In the unlikely event that you experience any problems with your machine, please phone us as ‘faults’ can often be rectified over the phone.
Dad always used to say the workshop is the backbone of our business. From the 1970’s both Alan and Steve learned the trade by starting in the workshop. Since those early days, we have both attended many technical training courses across the UK, Germany and Switzerland.