NEW Janome Coverpro Giveaway: Have You Ever Wanted a Coverstitch Machine?

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We've done a couple of big Janome giveaways over the years and we're super pleased to announce another.  Our friends at Janome are offering a new Janome Coverpro 900cpx coverstitch machine to one of our lucky readers.

Most avid sewers understand the value of having a coverstitch machine.  If you want to make garments that really have that professional look, you're going to need one.  We wrote a fun article a few years ago called Did You Make That? Compliment or Not? which you might want to check out.  If you want to be sure that the question is really a compliment, you need a coverstitcher.

Did you make that? Compliment or not?

About Janome

You may not know if, but Janome was founded in Japan in 1921 and was originally called PINE Sewing Machines.  In 1935, they changed their name to Janome and have used that name ever since.

Today, the company makes nearly 2,000,000 new sewing machines every year and exports to over 100 countries making it the number 1 sewing machine manufacturer in the world.

The Janome reputation of product innovation and manufacturing quality is hard to beat.  Our winner will, no doubt, really love their new coverstitch machine.

Let's have a look at the Janome Coverpro 900cpx Coverstitch Machine

This machine is also currently available at Amazon for the RRP of $499.00 if you just can't wait.. but Amazon is also a great place to go to check out all the reviews and advice on this machine if you're going to hold out for the giveaway.  Feel free to click below to check it out!

The machine has many 5-star reviews and here's just a sample:

Ends Oct 13th

The giveaway for the Janome Coverpro 900cpx will conclude on Sunday, October 13th.

We'll be announcing the winner via our weekly Sunday newsletter email list so please make sure to sign up if you want to hear right away.



There are a couple of different ways to enter.  Make sure you get in as many entries as possible to increase your chances.  We'll be adding more ways to enter as the contest progresses so please check back from time to time.

Our sponsor has stepped up to cover international shipping (you'll need to pay local import duties if any) so this contest is open WORLDWIDE!

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If you want a bit more information on the history of the Janome brand, please watch the video below.

If you'd like to know what sort of professional-looking results you'll be able to achieve with your new coverstitch machine, please watch the video below.

Enter HERE

Janome Coverstitch Giveaway

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3,369 Responses to NEW Janome Coverpro Giveaway: Have You Ever Wanted a Coverstitch Machine?

  1. stephzw says:

    I have heard they are wonderful for making quilts.

  2. mizztara71 says:

    I would make a long skirt and top.

  3. Mercedes Enciso says:

    Will make a camisole and topper.

  4. Cynthia D says:

    A beach cover.

  5. Christine Warner says:

    I would make an apron.

  6. Mary B Tyner says:

    I would make a sleeveless blouse

  7. Laurie says:

    I would use it in a quilt!

  8. Lynne B says:

    I would make a flowy top.

  9. Sonia Howard says:

    A skirt and matching top

  10. C J says:

    I would make my granddaughters and their AG dolls matching dresses

  11. Loueen Bainger says:

    I would make a summery blouse.

  12. Sheila McMillan says:

    i would make the Camber Set Top by Merchant and Mills

  13. Karen says:

    A scarf

  14. Alice Minx says:

    a funky pair of shorts

  15. Cynthia Conley says:

    I think it would make a cute summer high-low top.

  16. Alana LeSueur says:

    A lovely long sheery breezy batiste dress, is what I would sew.

  17. Sherry Glover says:

    Cute little skirt for granddaughter

  18. Susan Adams says:

    I would start with curtains, and then maybe a tunic.

  19. Michele Lewin says:

    I would make a night gown for me.

  20. Jeanette Smith says:

    My own clothes to save money.

  21. Linda OKeefe Schmitt says:

    Beautiful weekender bag!

  22. Doreen says:

    A cool dress

  23. Marion says:

    I am a volunteer for the Dutch foundation “Stichting Jurk”. We make new clothes for free for Kids that never get new clothes die to money problems. We would use it to make new dresses. Or I would use it to make little bags that Kids with cancer get at the Máxima children hospital to cover up the feeding tubes.

  24. Lea Ward says:

    I would make a beautiful summer nightgown

  25. Aimee H says:

    I’d make a mother/daughter dresses.

  26. This would be so pretty as a kimono or summer pajamas.

  27. Penny A Holloway says:

    Summer wide leg trousers for me! Fabulous

  28. That would be a nice midi skirt.

  29. Patricia Fretz says:

    A flowing maxi dress with cap sleeves

  30. trishden says:

    This fabric would look so pretty in a jean skirt made out of old jeans. Thanks!

  31. Ellen B says:

    a sundress would be cute!

  32. Mandy says:

    Duffle bag for the gym.

  33. Kathy Richardson says:

    This would be great when making things for my 6 yr old granddaughter. Adds that finished look.

  34. beemerbunny says:

    I would make a quilt

  35. Sharon K says:

    Dresses for my granddaughters for summer.

  36. Judy Russwurm says:

    I would probably make something for my granddaughters to wear like matching tops

  37. Maryann Young says:

    Blouses for me and mending for family.

  38. Charmayne Jean Ferrier Brown says:

    PICC line covers for chemo patients for my Macmillan Cancer charity sewing project. It takes my mind off my own troubles and let’s me play with pretty fabric all day!

  39. Jeannine D says:

    I’d make a top where this would be over a solid-colored camisole.

  40. Stephanie says:

    night gown…Poppies!

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