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We are considering either an new Janome DC2010 or Magnolia (probably the 8077 sold by Hancock Fabrics). Other than the stitche and button hole selection, the main difference appears to be the manual vs the automatic thread tension. (The DC 2010 has the automatic.) This appears to be a major difference. What is your opinion.

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I have a 2010 and like it even more than my Huskarvana Viking that I paid almost 5k for. It is portable, easy to use and sews like a gem.

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