Janome Blog

  • 6/8/2016

    Hosted by Janome and Sew4Home

    The first two Sewing Escape Retreats at Amy Baughman Sew & Quilt in Pennsylvania and Sew Magarbo in Virginia were super successful. Everyone had a blast meeting new friends, learning professional techniques and making awesome projects.

    The projects made during the Sewing Escape retreats expand your skills and give you results you will be proud to share with your friends. You will leave with completed projects for yourself and your home.

    Sew4Home packed a lot into these retreats, but have still kept the registration fee at only $199. Click here to locate the Sewing Escape Retreat location near you.

    Click here to read more about Sewing Escapes and the past two retreats.

  • 6/8/2016

    DIY Easy Tank Dress

    Using the Skyline S7, Janome Artisan Jen Schumann of iCandy Handmade made a girls DIY Easy Tank Dress that is colorful and light for the warm summer months. Just take a knit fitted tank top or tee shirt, fabric of your choice and matching thread to make both a comfortable and fashionable dress.

    Make one for your daughter, granddaughter, niece or friend by following Jen's step-by-step tutorial.

    Click here!

  • 6/6/2016

    Now in Barnes & Noble and Books A Million Stores!

    Janome is a proud supporter of Scrapbook & Cards Today magazine and we are thrilled to see that it is now on the shelves at Barnes & Noble and Books A Million stores across the country. Scrapbook & Cards Today are pleased to say it has been a success. They have seen a measurable increase in subscriptions and readership since the launch.

    Click here to find one of the 200+ store locations near you! Congratulations Scrapbook & Cards Today!

  • 6/1/2016

    A Lovely Wedding Handkerchief

    Just in time for wedding season, Janome Artisan Milinda Stephenson has created this wonderful lace handkerchief corner. Milinda used Artistic Suite and Digitizer to create the lace and sewed it out on the amazing Horizon Memory Craft 15000. She used the rolled hem stitch on her Elna 774 to finish the edges.

    In one hooping, you can attach the lace to an 11 1/2" square of cotton or linen and then finish the project using the rolled hem function on your serger or by attaching heirloom lace using a small zig-zag stitch on your sewing machine.

    Click here to for Milinda's instructions.

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