Janome 30 Stitch Computerized Magnolia 7330 Sewing Machine Review

(Last Updated On: December 29, 2021)

There’s something about the curious case of sewing machines that keeps me thinking about how one can never be happy with one’s sewing machine.

I know it’s a big statement, but let me prove it right.

Let us suppose you have a big industrial sewing machine at home – a Singer one, the kind that has to be fixed on table. Even though it is most powerful machine out there and it has a big number of useful features, you’d admit that it is not portable at all.

Likewise, the portable ones lack in terms of features (very limited number of built-in stitches) and they’re not as functional as industrial ones.

Janome 7330 Review

This is where sewing machines like Janome 7330 come into the play. This is a review and guide on Janome 7330 – a computerised sewing machine that is functional and portable at the same time.

Review of Janome 7330

Before we get down to the nitty gritty of how to use it and what are the most frequently asked questions about this machine, let us first take a look at its pros, cons and features etc.

My reviewing criteria are very simple – the review is based on the most important features, pros and cons of the product.

To acquire these details, I rely on hands-on testing, experts’ opinions and definitely the reviews given by verified customers.

With no further ado – here’s the review.



  • 30 Built-in Stitches
  • Top Loading Full Rotary Bobbin
  • Lock Stitching Button
  • Adjustable Presser Foot


  • LCD Could be Bigger
  • Could have Bigger Number of Stitches


Here are the most frequently asked questions about this machine and answers to those questions:

Does it only accept Janome needles?

No. This machine accepts all standard-size 15 x 1 needles.

Can I sew thick leather with this machine?

This machine can sew leather, but you should keep that in mind that this machine was not made for quilting or such big projects. It can take thin leather or one or two layers, but thick one is not for it.

How narrow is the free arm?

The free arm is 3 ¼” in size. This is not a big machine, so its free arm could not be as big as some of those have.

Does this machine have a push-button thread-cutter?

No. This machine has a built-in needle threader, but there is no built-in thread-cutter.

Can this machine use two needles?

Yes, this machine was built for all type of projects (within reason), so it can take a twin needle.

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