DID YOU MAKE THAT?

Do you get asked this question often? We bet you do! 

This is the title of one of my favourite blog sites (besides janomelife, of course!). Karen lives in London, England and I am very seldom disappointed by a post on her blog. She sews garments and she knits. She is way ahead of me with knitting. However I tend to pay more attention to her garment sewing posts which are just lovely. Cannot resist sharing one of her recent posts with you: Style Arc Nina Cardigan (which appears as though it is an Australian pattern company).  It attracted my attention as I have made so many of these types of cardi’s using other patterns – locally (North America) available ones such as Sewing Workshop Collection and Silhouette patterns . Karen of “Did you Make it?” does a helpful pattern review as well as including other useful information and her pics are good quality. Her commentary often has me smiling or even giggling. Enjoy.

karen cardi.

About lizafrica

I am the National Education Manager for Janome & Elna Canada (including Artistic Creative products) and I 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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2 Responses to DID YOU MAKE THAT?

  1. Christine says:

    Hi. I am new with the new machine Janine horizons 1200. I am having problem with the thread as it breaks all the time. I need help.

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    • janomecanada says:

      Hello Christine- Please seek assistcance from your place or purchase – your dealer is there to assist with lessons and service as needed. You might also refer to the manual to review threading instructions. Sometimes the take-up lever is missed, resulting in thread breakage.

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