AND YET MORE SEWING AND EMBROIDERY PROJECTS TO INSPIRE!

Here is more inspiration for you: all pics were taken at our recent Janome & Elna Dealer Convention in San Antonio where we were treated to an incredible display of sewing & embroidery samples in the various classrooms.

Just look at this: applique, Dec stitches and organdy ribbon threaded through button holes - AND just check out that quilting too!

Just look at this: applique, Dec stitches and organdy ribbon threaded through button holes – AND just check out that quilting too!

One of the monochrome designs found on the Janome MC15000 MC9900, stitched with metallic thread and bordered at the bottom with border emblems found in the Fonts section of the Edit Mode.......SEW much fun, SEW much to see and make.

One of the monochrome designs found on the Janome MC15000 and MC9900, stitched with metallic thread and bordered at the bottom with border emblems found in the Fonts section of the Edit Mode…….SEW much fun, SEW much to see and make.

Did you buy one of our great Janome umbrellas with lighting in the handle - with different flashing colours? No, well then you need to contact your local JANOME CANADA dealer without delay as these umbrellas are awesome. Just take a good look at what Sandra from Cloverdale Sewing did with our Janome Umbrella!! This became an embroidery class in her store Cloverdale Sewing Center, Toronto, Canada). She told me they partially de-constructed the umbrella to embroider designs on the panels then re-attached the panels to the metal structure of the umbrella. They also sprayed that special waterproof sealant inside the umbrella to prevent nay water coming through tiny holes made by the embroidery. WHAT A CLEVER IDEA!

Did you buy one of our great Janome umbrellas with lighting in the handle – with different flashing colours? No, well then you need to contact your local JANOME CANADA dealer without delay as these umbrellas are awesome. Just take a good look at what Sandra from Cloverdale Sewing did with our Janome Umbrella!! This became an embroidery class in her store Cloverdale Sewing Center, Toronto, Canada). She told me they partially de-constructed the umbrella to embroider designs on the panels then re-attached the panels to the metal structure of the umbrella. They also sprayed that special waterproof sealant inside the umbrella to prevent any water coming through tiny holes made by the embroidery. WHAT A CLEVER IDEA!

HERE IS A CLOSE UP

HERE IS A CLOSE UP

And another close up.....I most definitely feel I must make one of those.

And another close up…..I most definitely feel I must make one of those.

I sure was on overload by the end of the Dealer Convention……so much to see & hear, so many people to meet and friends to catch up with…….and SO much inspiration for future sewing an embroidery projects.

About lizafrica

I work in the Education Dept at Janome & Elna, Canada and LOVE to sew. I have been employed full time in the sewing and quilting industry for almost 30 years so I bring a wealth of sewing knowledge & expertise to this blog. I enjoy all forms of sewing from quilting to sewing garments to machine embroidery and software. Pretty much everything in my life is seen through the eyes of a passionate sewer! I am constantly on the look out for fun, innovative and inspiring ideas to share with you all on this blog. I also love to read, knit , travel and spend time with my family and friends.
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