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  • 9/20/2016

    The Janome Ribbon Sewing Guide

    The Janome Ribbon Sewing Guide allows you to stitch directly on a ribbon up to 1" wide so you can personalize the color and design of your ribbon accents and create exactly the look you want and need. Our friends from Sew4Home tested this wonderful accessory and provided an informative and helpful article to help get you started creating beautiful ribbon embroidery.

    The Ribbon Sewing Guide comes with two pads (one thin and one thick) and two screws (one long and one short). The instructions that come with the attachment are detailed, helping you to easily identify which size pad and screw you need.

    Click here to read more!

  • 9/20/2016

    Register Today!

    Join Janome Freelance Educator Latifah Saafir, Janome Artisan Kimberly Einmo and Janome Dealer Dave Lavallee from Bittersweet Fabrics in New Hampshire at the very first Vermont Quilt Festival Retreat.

    This late winter four-day retreat at the Lake Morey Resort in Fairlee, VT will take place Thursday, March 16 and will go through Sunday, March 19, 2017. Enjoy good friends, delicious food and quilt your heart's content!

    Click here to sign up and to learn more.

  • 9/20/2016

    Spooky Quilt Tutorial by Stephanie Kendron

    Over the past few years, we have launched some great machines! Since we have a great blogger network, we could not wait to get these machines into the hands of their talent. Just like we have done with the Skyline S5, Skyline S7, Memory Craft 500E and the MODs, we loaned our team of Artisans a brand new MC9400 or Skyline S9 machine and they created a project with it and provided both our readers and their followers an honest product review and tutorial! Stephanie Kendron of Modern Sewciety was excited to post the very first MC9400 review and provided us a Spooky Quilt tutorial for Halloween.

    There were so many features Stephanie loved on the MC9400. Her favorites were the retractable High Light™, the spacious sewing bed, automatic presser foot lift and the advanced LCD color touchscreen. Stephanie mentioned that she had some trouble with the thread cutter.

    Overall, Stephanie loved working with the new MC9400 machine. She mentions that it sews like a dream.

    Click here to read Stephanie's full review and follow along her project tutorial to create her fun Spooky Quilt block using the SPOOKY Halloween fabric from Windham Fabrics.


  • 9/14/2016

    Welcome the Spookiest Time of the Year

    The summer is coming to the end and everyone is excited for all of those fun fall activities, including the spookiest day of the year! As you begin to think about upcoming Halloween projects, Joanna Marsh of Kustom Kwilts and Designs made a quick and easy candy collecting tote bag for trick-or-treating that can be used for many years to come.

    Joanna used the Janome Horizon Memory Craft 8900QCP Special Edition machine to quilt the top of the bag and assemble it. Joanna also utilized the free motion capabilities that she was easily able to switch back to standard sewing stitches in seconds.

    This is a beginner to intermediate project that can be completed within three hours. Click here to learn how to make it using Joanna’s helpful step-by-step instructions.

  • 9/12/2016

    By Nancy Fiedler

    Have you ever thought you lost an embroidery design that you put on a USB stick? Janome Educator Nancy Fiedler provided us a few of her awesome tips to help you locate the "lost" design.

    Click here for a PDF of Nancy's Sewing Basics article on organizing and finding your embroidery designs.

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