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The Horizon 7700 QCP is built on the most popular Janome Memory Craft model ever for quilting and sewing. Janome has taken everything that sewists love about the Janome 6600P, added the features they've always wished it had (and thrown in a few more for good measure), and created what will become the most coveted machine in the sewing world!
A big arm for big projects. This is the longest free arm on a Janome machine.
You have more space for big quilts, slipcovers and window treatments.
You have to be able to see what you're doing. Good lighting reduces eyestrain so you can sew for hours and not feel tired. The Horizon has 5 ultra bright LED lamps in three locations across the machine.
Lots of places to store all those standard accessories.
The AcuFeed system feeds the top fabric layer in perfect sync with the bottom layer. It is effective on everything from thick quilt sandwiches to fine heirloom fabrics.
The Horizon is fast, sewing a straight stitch up to 1,000 stitches per minute. Yet each seam is made with beautiful accuracy. Whatever speed you choose, you feel in complete control. For intricate work, there’s also a slow start/stop function.
Say goodbye to puckering, shifting and slipping. SFS+ is a Janome engineering exclusive. It combines a patented advance cam mechanism with unique 7-piece feed dogs that stay parallel as they move up and down to maintain constant contact with the fabric. This 'flat feed' method has always been standard on the highest level Memory Craft machines. The tradition continues with its inclusion on the Horizon.
Activated on three main straight stitch options to create a single round needle hole. Makes straight stitching more precise than ever.
More of everything: angles, needle drops, cornering guides and seam lines. Do complex measuring right under the needle.
Simply set the Horizon's manual Cloth Guide to your seam width and save a lot of measuring and marking. It attaches to a track on the back of the bed. It is set using the convenient ruler/scale markings that go all the way up the arm. The Cloth Guide can even be used with the extra wide table (a standard accessory).
Trims tails to less than half an inch and pulls needle thread to the back.
Save time as you go from seam to seam.
Give your project the support it needs. The Horizon's extension table fits snugly around the machine. The table is extra large for big projects. And its feet are set near the edge for super stability.
It's important for the presser foot to have enough force to keep the fabric from slipping. The Horizon gives you seven levels of professional-grade pressure from which to choose.
The Horizon is as solid as a rock, even when sewing at high speeds.
Sometimes you need both hands on the fabric when you raise the presser foot. The Knee Lifter lets you raise the needle with your knee. The handle adjusts to your most comfortable position.
Easily accommodates layers of fabric.
Thread your needle with the push of a button.
Auto thread tie-off can be programmed into stitch combinations.
Use your finger to navigate or touch the screen with the stylus.
Spin forwards or backwards through your stitch choices. It’s as fun as it is functional.
You can choose from 250 stitches, including 11 buttonholes and three monogram fonts. The hundreds of stitches are arranged in 11 groups for easy reference. Typical groups are Heirloom, Quilt, Appliqué, Pictograph, and Play. You'll also find candlewicking, hand-look quilting, and new ribbon border stitches.
You can combine stitches on your Horizon to create original designs all your own -- up to 50 characters long. You can even program a lockstitch at the beginning and end. Twenty memory banks provide plenty of room to save them. Retrieve your stitches with ease at the touch of a button.
Size decorative stitch combinations to perfectly fit a given space.