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TOYOTA Super Jeans J15 Sewing Machine (Glides Over 12 Layers of Denim) w/ Gliding Foot, Blind Hem Foot, and More!

Item# SPM8709039502 | Model# J15 | Added on May 31, 2016 |
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TOYOTA Super Jeans J15 Sewing Machine (Glides Over 12 Layers of Denim) w/ Gliding Foot, Blind Hem Foot, and More!
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- Made By Toyota - In Toyota's Factories - Sew Through Denim, Jeans and More with Ease! - Automatic Needle Threader - 15 Built-In Stitches - Additional Accessories

THE PERFECT MACHINE FOR ... Denim and Jeans On-the-Go Sewing Basic Sewing Clothing / Garment Construction Craft Projects Shirt Sleeves and Pants Home Decoration Heavy Duty Sewing Made By Toyota - In Toyota's Factories - The company known for creating well-made reliable cars has been making sewing machines since 1946 with their first machine - The Toyota HA-1. Toyota is now finally available in the United States and they continue to uphold their tradition of quality and reliability. Sew through denim, jeans and more with ease! The included Gliding Foot is found only on Toyota Super Jeans Machines and allows the user to easily glide over multiple layers of denim. Go from 3 Layers to 6 Layers to 12 Layers and watch the foot glide over all layers without missing a stitch! This machine can sew up to 12 Layers of denim without an issue! You can sew 12 Layers of Soft Denim (12oz) or 9 Layers of Soft Denim (14oz) or 9 Layers of Hard Denim (12oz). The Super Jeans J15 features an Automatic Needle Threader to help prevent eye strain and frustration when threading the needle! The Front Face Plate also doubles as a storage spot for your included Quick Guide Advisor. If you ever forget how to thread the needle or bobbin, this little reference guide will show you helpful drawings to help you remember. The J15 even ... read more
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