Moore's Sewing & Learning Center focuses on great customer service, the sale of Janome sergers, sewing and embroidery machines and related products, a large selection of threads, sewing notions, an array of classes for the beginner to the experienced sewist, and service and repair of all brands of household and commercial sewing machines. Moore's Sewing is also an authorized dealer for Koala, Horn cabinets, Artistic Quilter 18, HoopSisters, Dakota Collectibles, Floriani stabilizers, Wonderfil Specialty Thread, Kaye Woods Quilting Products, and Happy Voyager. We are not an internet dealer.
Our friendly and knowledgeable sales associates are certified to sell Janome machines and products and love to sew, serge, quilt, and machine embroider. When you visit, you will see their beautiful projects in progress or on display inside our classroom and showroom. Our trained service technicians repair and tune up all brands of household sewing machines, sergers, and commercial sewing machines on-site.
Ask about our Customer Appreciation Program and use your card every time you visit. Once you have $500 stamped, you will receive $25 off your next purchase. Two full cards can be used at one time for products, classes, or service. We accept cash, checks, Mastercard, VISA, Discover, and American Express, have free and convenient 3-month layaway plans, and financing through GE Home Program.
Moore's Sewing has been located on the corner of Outer Loop and Preston Highway in Louisville, Kentucky for over 26 years. The original owners retired in July 2010 and sold the store to Linda Bowles who loves to sew, machine embroider, and quilt and had been a customer and educator with the original owners for a decade.
We look forward to seeing you soon and sharing our love of sewing.
Moore's Sewing & Learning Center Television Commercial
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Janome America was founded in 1860 in Orange, MA, with the production of the New England Single Thread Hand Sewing Machine. Over the next 20 years, the New England machine and the Home Shuttle were their two most significant products. In 1882, the company reformed under the name New Home (a combination of the labels New England and Home Shuttle), and it continued to operate under that name for the better part of a century.
The word Janome means "eye of the snake" in Japanese. At that time, the round bobbin system was the most advanced technology replacing the traditional long shuttle type. As the new round bobbin looks like a snake's eye, Janome was chosen as the company name.
In 1960, the New Home brand was purchased by the Janome Sewing Machine Company of Tokyo, Japan. This auspicious merger has brought us to the current day, as the Janome Sewing Machine Company - the world's largest manufacturer of home sewing machines. Janome has produced 6 million sewing machines for customers all over the world. Janome Sewing Machines receive very high ratings among consumers for ease of use, requiring little service, and as the manufacturer of high quality products.