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SOURCE: Usha Stitch Magic 920151274 would

Janome machines are solid, steady & reliable. The stitches are beautiful & even & the machines are easy to use.

In this site could find some features about sewing machines: components/search/shoppingSearchResults.jsp?query=janome&pager.offset=0

Also, here: ushainternational.com/pro_sweing_janome2.html

Hope helps.

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