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As a beginner seamstress. I mean way beginner, should I buy the Janome Jem Gold EXE or Janome 1022?

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This post being about sewing machines rather than desktop pcs threw me a little, but here is what I have ... http://janome.com/index.cfm/Machines/Help_Me_Find_a_Machine
This lets you put in your wants and needs and helps you to pick the right machine for you. Hope this helps, good luck in your new hobby.

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