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  • 12/22/2016

    To Janome and Elna Machines

    If you currently own a Janome or Elna sewing and/or embroidery machine that has a USB port, you could be transferring your embroidery designs wirelessly. If you own AcuDesign and do not have a Wi-Fi enabled machine, you can use current technology to deliver designs to your machine. 

    Janome Education created helpful instructions that will get you transferring your embroidery designs wirelessly with no problem! 

    Click here!

  • 12/22/2016

    The Perfect Last Minute Holiday Project

    Just in time to brighten your spirits for the holidays, enjoy this free angel download created by Janome Maker Milinda Stephenson of Milinda Sews using Digitizer and sew it out on the Horizon Memory Craft 15000.

    This is the perfect project to make for a quick and easy gift for those who have everything. You can even create a name-embroidered angel for every family member. 

    Click here to learn how to make it.

  • 12/19/2016

    By Lauren Taylor

    Lauren Taylor of LLadybird works for Anna Maria Horner’s Craft South store in Nashville, TN. When the Anna Maria Horner M100 sewing machine launched in October, we could not wait to get it into Lauren’s hands. She mentions in her review that the AMH M100 is easy to use, has some fun features and is just plain adorable! 

    Lauren loved the machine’s built-in stitches that included a lot of hearts, swirly and girly characters. She appreciated that there wasn’t an overwhelming number of stitches. The machine also comes with several useful feet and accessories along with extra bobbins, spool caps, a seam ripper and more! 

    Lauren also enjoyed the threading function on the machine as it was super easy and there are numbers and arrows to direct you through the thread path. In addition, she mentions that the bobbin can also be wound without the foot pedal. 

    Click here to read Lauren’s review on the AMH M100.

  • 12/14/2016

    The Season of Comfort and Joy

    "Nothing says comfort like plaid flannel. I love recycling leftover fabric. This one is from pajama pants I made for my children when they were little and the wool from a skirt we used as a costume in a production of Our Town. The fabrics went together perfectly for this pillow. The finished product brings me great joy and happy memories. 

    I digitized the letters using my Digitizer software and embroidered on the Janome Horizon Memory Craft 15000. The lettering download is free and sized for the MC15000's 9" x 9" hoop. It can be used for bags, pillows or pajama shirts. Let your imagination soar!" - Janome Maker Milinda Stephenson of Milinda Sews

    Click here to learn how to make Milinda's Good Tidings Pillow.

  • 12/14/2016

    Perfect for that Warm Winter Drink

    "I love the winter holidays. It is true that the weather is a bit gray and gloomy and the sun rises later and sets early, but it is the perfect time to dream and sew. Some of my favorite projects are created from thrown-away wool sweaters. To prepare for craft projects, I stash the wool sweater into the hottest water my washing machine can produce and then toss it at the highest heat into my dryer. To get the feel of wool felt, I do it all over again.

    Sewing mug rugs are one of my favorite projects. I find myself searching for one every morning as I drink my tea and read my morning news. It protects my desk and just looks warm and cozy. 

    I like the look of red and white Swedish embroidery and while I don't have a loom, I thought I would try for a similar look on the Janome Horizon Memory Craft 15000. I digitized the design using Digitizer software and then embroidered it on the machine. It's perfect for a cold winter's day!" - Janome Maker Milinda Stephenson of Milinda Sews

    Click here to learn how to make Milinda's Snowflake Mug Rug. 

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