Wednesday, 14 September 2011

Janome Pro 5000Q

Well, what a difference a day makes.  On Monday, the shop I had really wanted to lease came available again!  It must be fate.  So I will be bricks and mortar after all.  I've just bought 6 of these beautiful babies for my sewing cafe in Sandgate!  I can't wait to start offering Stitch & Stuff workshops and classes at my Annie Rose Quilts shop.  David at Cooper's was just great.  Though I'm not sure he wasn't fibbing when he told me they had taken delivery of 500 of these on the first of September and I just got the last six.  Bit of sales pressure talk, me thinks.


  1. Hello, this was on my short list for machines under consideration to buy. How has it performed so far? Would you recommend it?

  2. Hi Kay,
    Well everyone who's used it in the shop have been impressed. One tried to buy one right away but found it wasn't going to be in stock until January at our suppliers. It runs very smooth and has all the features we were looking for to teach beginner quilting and sewing.

  3. Thank you. Yes, I waited too long. It's sold out. I bought a Pfaff Hobby 1142.

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  5. Hello. It is a brilliant sewing machine. I have one and I love it. I am interested in starting quilting and want to buy an Even Feed/Walking Foot for this machine. Will the standard Janome Even Feed foot fit it?
    Good Luck with your shop! I hope it all works out.