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  • Trellis Top embroidery file to accompany Embroidered Pashmina Shawl project.
  • Design file to accompany Table Scarf project from Janome Digest 29.
  • One of the designs used in "The Weather for Leather" vest project from Janome Digest Issue No. 22.
  • We created this embroidery design in response to September 11, 2001 and posted it as a free download.
  • "One of the designs used to make Tiny Totes For Valentine Treats from Janome Digest Issue #22.  Created by Mia Öhberg, owner of Mia's Quiltsbod, Surahammar, Sweden"
  • Support our nation's Veterans with this fantastic poppy embroidery design. Great for Veteran's Day, Memorial Day or any military event in your area.
  • "One of the designs used to make Tiny Totes For Valentine Treats from Janome Digest Issue #22.  Created by Mia Öhberg, owner of Mia's Quiltsbod, Surahammar, Sweden"
  • This Bitmap (BMP) file was originally included in Digitizer 10000 embroidery software.
  • Artistic has teamed up with Lonni Rossi to create the Enchanted Garden embroidery collection. You'll find friendly birds, lively foliage and weaving vines as part of this 28 design collection. See side panel for all designs. File Formats: exp, pes, pcs, dst, hus, jef, xxx.

    Design Collection can be purchased at an Authorized Janome Dealer.

    Click here for the designs. 

  • Make this adorable cuddly Awkward Hug Monster. They are fluffy monsters with the most awkward smile you ever saw and short floppy arms that are just waiting to hug you. Click here to find the full tutorial!

    Awkward Hugs Monster.jpx

  • Winter Sports Season is in full swing. Download any of the free embroidery designs below and show your support and represent your favorite Winter Event Proudly. 

    Winter Sports 2022!

    biathlon.jef

    bobsleigh.jef

    cross-country skiing.jef

    curling.jef

    figure skating.jef

    ice hockey.jef

    snowboard cross.jef

    speed skating.jef

  • The Corny Pouch by Miriam Coffey is a fun and colorful way to show off your sweet tooth. Follow along with Miriam as she takes us step by step during this short but sweet tutorial. 

    Skill level:  Advanced beginner

    Janome Supplies:

    • Janome Embroidery machine
    • Minimum hoop size 5” x 7”
    • Janome Blue Tip needle
    • Janome Sewing machine
    • ¼’’ foot O
    • Candycorn.jef design

    Fabric and notions:

    • 3” x 5 ½” yellow fabric
    • 2” x 5 ½”’ orange fabric
    • 2 ½” x 5 ½” white fabric
    • 7” x 14” backing fabric
    • 13” x 13” tear away stabilizer
    • 7” zipper
    • Assorted colors embroidery thread
    • Neutral color all-purpose thread

    Supplies:

    • Embroidery tape or painters’ tape
    • Sharp scissors
    • Paper scissors
    • Basic sewing supplies

    Instructions:

    Sewing Strips:

    1. Using a ¼’’ seam allowance, sew 5 ½” strips together in following order; yellow, orange, and white
    2. Press seams in direction of white fabric
    3. Cut sewn strips in half at 2 ¾”.

    Embroidery:

    1. Thread machine with embroidery thread.
    2. Select Edit icon from home page.
    3. Select hoop icon.
    4. Select hoop with minimum size 5” x 7”.
    5. Insert USB with Candycorn.jef design.
    6. Select open, navigate to folder, select Candycorn.jef. 
    7. Select OK button to go to Ready to Sew screen.
    8. Hoop stabilizer and then attach hoop to machine.
    9. Lower foot

    In The Hoop Instructions: Colors in (parenthesis) are color stop in design.

    1. (Dark Green) Press the Start Button to sew zipper placement.
    2. Select Hoop icon, to move hoop to front for easy placement.
    3. Place zipper with pull at bottom of hoop, align center stich line with zipper teeth.
    4. Tape in place at the top and bottom of zipper.
    5. Open zipper pull towards the center about 2’’.
    6. (Blue) Stitch zipper in place.
    7. (Black) Stitch out placement lines for candy corn strips.
    8. On the left side of zipper place raw edge of one striped piece to zipper tape (yellow fabric should be at the bottom).
    9. (Orange) Sew fabric to zipper tape. 
    10.  Fold back fabric and finger press at seam.
    11. Tape raw edge to stabilizer, to keep fabric in place.
    12. Repeat on right side.
    13. (Red) Sew right side of zipper.
    14. (Lime green) Top stitch fabric in place.
    15. Make sure zipper pull is centered, for easy turning. 
    16. Fold backing fabric in half wrong sides together (7’’ x 7’’)
    17. Place backing fabric in center covering corn.
    18. (Pink) Tack down backing.
    19. (Purple) Double stitches the outer shape.
    20. (Yellow) Stitch out protective edge.
    21. Lift foot and remove hoop from machine.

    Finishing

    1. Remove project from hoop
    2. Use sharp scissors to cut out candy corn, close to protective stitch line.
    3. Use paper scissors when you reach the zipper.
    4. Remove all stabilizer.
    5. Open the pouch through zipper.
    6. Turn project right side out.
    7. Finesse seams till the side seams are even.
    8. Press in place.

     

    Give yourself a pat on the back because you are done!

    Click here to watch the video tutorial

  • Created by Tania Denyer this wonderful design is makes a cute addition to any piece of clothing or home dec project. Perfect for kids or the young at heart. Finished size 2x2.

    MiniDuckling.JEF

  • Having recently celebrated our 100th anniversary, reaching another significant milestone in the form of 75 million sewing machines produced is something we could not have achieved without the support and dedication of our loyal customers worldwide, for whom, we vow to continue creating and innovating. 

    Click the links below to download the Embroidery Files

    Small (83mm X 83mm, 3.27 inch x 3.27 inch) .jef 

    Large ( 120mm X 120mm, 4.72 inch x 4.72 inch) .jef

    Click Here for more information on the 75M Machine Milestone

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