JR1012

The JR1012 is jam-packed with 58 stitch functions from 13 built-in stitches including a 4-step buttonhole. This front bobbin-loading machine has denim sewing capabilities, so it’s perfect for those mending and alterations jobs but can also create sewing projects right from their beginning.

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Features

Stitch Functions

55 Stitch functions

Stitches

13 built-in stitches including buttonhole

Buttonholes

4-Step Buttonhole

Stitch Width

up to 5mm on ZigZag only

Stitch Length

up to 4mm

Clip-on Feet

Clip-on feet for quick changeovers

Darning Plate

Needle plate seam guidelines with both inches and millimetres

Extra High Presser Foot Lift

Yes

Needle Plate

Needle plate seam guidelines with both inches and millimetres

Frame

Heavy duty seamless die-cast metal frame

Free Arm

Yes

Twin Needle Function

Yes

Weight

6Kg

Code No. Name Description
735801008 Darning Plate
737801015 Buttonhole Foot
940200000 Zig Zag Foot
743801380 Instruction Book
102261000 Bobbin
647808009 Seam ripper (buttonhole opener)
639804000 Needle Set
42970103 Foot control
Code No. Name Description
102261103 Specialised Bobbin

Designed for Memory Craft embroidery and computerized models. Rubber added to the clear resin improves performance and reduces noise. Imprinted with letter ‘J.’

200126009 3-Way Cording Foot

The 3-way cording foot will hold one, two or three fine cords or threads. Because they are attached to the foot, the required design can be easily followed and the cords are perfectly placed. A variety of utility or decorative stitches can be sewn over the cords to couch them onto base fabrics. The choice of cord, thread and stitch are all contributory factors to the final effect.

200127000 Darning Foot (Regular)

Sometimes referred to as the embroidery foot, the darning foot is used for ‘free hand’ embroidery and darning to ensure proper stitch formation, minimize skipped stitches and puckering and also protect your fingers while you move your fabric freely under the needle. Especially beneficial to those just learning how to do free hand embroidery. The open toe version greatly improves visibility of stitches and is especially popular with quilters.

200128001 Rolled Hem Foot

The hemmer foot, sometimes referred to as the rolled hemmer, is used to stitch the narrow rolled hems usually found on shirt tails, table linens and along the edge of frills. The hemmer is designed with a scroll shaped feeder on top and a straight groove on the underside which determines the width of the finished hem.

200129002 Satin Stitch Foot

For sewing dense zigzag stitching. The bottom of the foot is beveled for smooth delivery of thread when sewing decorative or satin stitches. Foot is made of clear plastic making it easier to view stitching.

200130006 Blind Hem Foot

Blind hemming can sometimes be a little bit tricky so the blind hem foot goes some way to helping improve this technique. The foot has a metal guide in the center and three grooves on the underside. During blind hemming, the fold of the fabric fits snugly against the guide in the foot for accuracy while the grooves underneath help to prevent unnecessary slipping. The needle swings over the metal guide creating slack in the upper tension so that the pick of the stitch is almost invisible.

200131007 Button Sewing Foot

Quick and easy button sewing with the special button sewing foot. This foot has two bars that attach to the foot shank to provide extra stability and also has a textured, rubber sleeve to hold the button securely in place while sewing.

200132008 Overedge Foot

Use with an overcasting stitch to allow thread to wrap around the edge of the fabric to prevent unraveling. The foot guides the fabric and keeps your edges flat by compensating for the lack of friction when the needle makes the right-most stitch.

200140009 Binder Foot

The binder foot is used to apply pre-folded bias binding tape or bias tape you have cut yourself to the edge of fabric in one easy step. It is equipped with a small funnel to fold and guide the binding over the fabric edge before it reaches the needle and can be used with either zigzag or decorative stitches as well as straight stitch. 10 mm to 14 mm bias tape can be used.

200141000 Ultra Glide Foot

The ultra glide foot is molded from a special resin allowing easier sewing of fabrics that may otherwise stick to the standard metal foot such as ultra suede, faux leather and plastic.

200142001 Roller Foot

As its name suggests this foot has rollers that roll against the fabric and act very much like the track on a bulldozer for sewing up and over heavy seams and uneven surfaces. Ideal for sewing heavy fabrics the rollers move freely between the foot and the feed dogs so that the foot rides easily over varying thicknesses. Also used to sew sticky leathers and vinyl.

200328003 Pintucking Foot – Shallow Grooved

The pintucking foot is used with a 2 mm twin needle to create multiple rows of pintucks. The grooves on the underside of the foot make it easy to stitch several rows parallel and evenly spaced from each other.

532504003 Bobbin Case – Household Sewing

Front and side-loading machines require a separate bobbin case which also acts to control the bobbin tension. Although not generally recommended, more advanced sewists like to adjust the lower tension to accommodate special threads, such as when using a handwound bobbin of thicker decorative thread. You can avoid tricky tension adjustments afterwards by having an extra bobbin case on hand specially adjusted for thicker or thinner threads.

940290000 Snap On Zipper Foot

This foot can be set to sew on each side of the zipper. The edge of the foot guides the zipper to ensure straight placement.

941800000 Concealed Zipper Foot

Good quality ready to wear garments will often have an invisible zip fitted. These zippers are often neglected by the home dressmaker which is a pity because they can ensure success every time. Invisible zips are suitable for all fabrics from fine silk jersey through to suit weight wools and tweeds. The key is to get the needle as close to the fastener as possible, which this foot accomplishes by slightly unrolling the zipper just before the needle. Once fitted, a well sewn invisible zipper will merely look like part of the seam.