Janome Blog

  • Introducing the Skyline S5 Look Book 


    An Inspiration Guide from Your Favorite Janome Bloggers

    In celebration of the brand new Skyline S5 sewing machine launch in October, we asked 10 of our sewing bloggers to participate in an opportunity where they would borrow the machine for a couple of months and make a one-of-a-kind project. After making their projects, we asked them to write an honest review on their blogs about their personal experience working with the Skyline. The Janome team couldn't have been any more impressed with their finished projects. 

    In this book, you can view projects from Jane Spolar of Quilt Poetry; the Sew4Home team; Hayley Crouse of Welcome to the Mouse House; Caroline Hulse of Sew Caroline; Lauren Dahl of Baste + Gather; Maureen Cracknell of Maureen Cracknell Handmade and Elizabeth Hartman of Oh, Fransson!. We also had bloggers Autumn Baldwin of It's Always Autumn; Jen Schumann of iCandy Handmade and Kelly Crawford of Sewing in No Man's Land make a project using the Skyline for STYLO magazine as inspiration for homemade children's clothes. 

    We hope you enjoy reading about our bloggers and their personal experience with the Skyline S5 as well as viewing beautiful photos of their unique projects in this book. 

    Click here to access the Skyline S5 Look Book. 

  • Learn How to Make a Rolled Hem with Your Sewing Machine


    A Tutorial from Sew4Home

    Almost every major sewing project you do includes some sort of hem. Now, you can save yourself time by following these easy step-by-step tutorials from Sew4Home.

    Learn how to do rolled hems on slippery fabric, corners, cross seams, circles and with different width feet. You can also learn how to do zig zag and serger rolled hems. 

    Click here to read Sew4Home's tutorial.

  • Day at the National Quilt Museum


    A Tour Group Quilts with a Janome Machine

    On Thursday, January 15th, a tour group of about 35 people had the opportunity to make unique and creative quilt blocks at the National Quilt Museum in Paducah, Kentucky. As they were making their quilts, they used the Janome Memory Craft 8200QC. Everyone had a great time learning how to use the machine while making his or her quilts. 

    The National Quilt Museum features galleries of the finest quilt and fiber art made by talented people worldwide.


  • Do The Fan Dance with Anna Maria Horner


    Follow Along with Anna Maria and Create Your Own Fan Quilt

    Have you seen Anna Maria Horner’s latest project for Janome? In this YouTube video, Anna Maria shares this beautiful Fan Quilt that she personally designed.

    Using her Horizon Memory Craft 15000, Anna Maria utilizes the Dresden Plate block as inspiration. She uses only half of a plate at a time, creating more of a fan motif.

    Anna Maria explains that the making of this quilt is very straightforward. Click here to access the PDF of the layouts, fabric requirements and cutting instructions.


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