Just look at Janome Canada’s newest machine: The Canada 150 Limited Edition model

Canada 150 – M100 QDC (continued)

When people are wishing to buy a sewing machine, one of the first questions is this: ‘Is this model strong enough to sew in thick fabrics?’ The elegant outer appearance of the Janome machines hides a solid metal chassis. This is what gives our machines the robust interior and strength to sew just about anything! The Canada 150 – M100 QDC interior  looks like  this: 

Metal chassis

This internal strength is very unique and makes Janome what it is: affordable quality. Coated with a beautiful outer shell, here is a machine that is suitable for all types of sewing use.

Machine TK high

150 – M100 QDC

Whether for garment construction, garment repairs & mending, home decoration, quilting, or for crafts, this machine is equipped with the features you will need need to perform these tasks.

The Canada 150 – M100 QDC  offers  100 utility, decorative and satin, stretch + quilting stitches. Here is the chart with all the pictograms of the stitches:

Charter of points

But … there is an apparent difference between a pictogram and a stitch. To visualize these stitches, why not sew them all? …… yes, when you get a sewing machine, you should take the time to study it – what a great way to practice??

Points 1

Utility Section – Button Section – Overlock Section – Applique Section – Satin Section

The feet used to sew these stitches are included with the machine:

  • All-purpose foot ‘A’
  • Satin Foot ‘F’
  • ‘R’ Buttonhole Foot
  • Invisible hem foot ‘G’
  • Overlock ‘C’

Points 2

Decorative Possibilities abound!  

The feet used to sew the stitches on this square are included with the machine:

  • Satin Foot ‘F’
  • Satin foot ‘F2’

All the stitches are adjustable in width and length which adds versatility  – as you can see on both samples. (to be continued… what will Celine show us next?)

Logo 150e

Visit your local authorized Janome dealer to see the Janome Canada 150 – M100 QDC in action:  a demonstration, see samples, and … especially to try it out!

Translated & edited from a post on Vie Janome by Celine Ross.

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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11 Responses to Just look at Janome Canada’s newest machine: The Canada 150 Limited Edition model

  1. Kay Warcup says:

    Hi Liz!
    Reading through this article I saw – “But … there is an apparent difference between a pictogram and a stitch. To visualize these stitches, why not sew them all?”
    How true are these words!
    I remember my first seminar at Langley Vacuum & Sewing when you were demo’ing the S5 – the new machine i’d had for only five months and you showed an item with a beautiful monogram and said it was built in! In my head I gasped “Where”???
    That night I went home and scrolled through all the stitches and there it was – 1 inch by 1 inch! It looked nothing at all like the gorgeous item you’d passed around! Now when I’m designing an item I scroll through the machine to see what’s there FIRST before i spend hours on the internet embroidery sites looking for something!
    BTW – I have beautifully monogramed towels in my master bathroom now!
    Kay

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    • lizafrica says:

      Hi Kay,

      Thank you for sharing that. We are so glad you were inspired to stitch things out on your machine and have a whole lot of creative fun! Wish I could remember which sample I showed as you have intrigued me now!!

      Liz
      JANOME CANADA

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      • Kay Warcup says:

        Oops -sorry – I got the machine wrong – my bad! It was the Memory Craft 500e embroidery machine you were demoing and it was the monograms in the designs file. You showed many projects that night but if I remember right it was a purse/bag that you had monogrammed!

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  2. BAC says:

    I have just begun to learn about wing needles, also called hemstitch needles.  They produce incredible patterns using simple decorative stitches. It’s hard to find information on this but you might want to do an article on this.Betty

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    • lizafrica says:

      Hi Betty,

      Thank you for your suggestion. We will see what we can do in the months ahead. Happy wing needle sewing! Very pretty results with this technique.

      Liz
      JANOME CANADA

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  3. Valdine Michaud says:

    I have two Janome machines. One of which is a Janome 9000, I bought this machine in `1992. What a work horse. Love my machine.

    Janome for me is the only machine. I have had other brands, but love Janome.

    Hugs

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  4. Carol Zeringue says:

    Why am I getting everything pertaining to Canada, I live in the United States

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    • lizafrica says:

      Hi Carol,

      Janomelife blog is hosted by and managed by JANOME CANADA although we do have blog viewers all over the world, many in the USA. We proudly offer some information pertaining to Canada as that is where we live. It is a big year for us: 150 years since our Confederation and we invite you to cheer us on as we celebrate this important milestone in our history.

      Liz
      JANOME CANADA

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      • Marie Pooley says:

        I,m from Perth Western Australia and thoroughly enjoy this Janome site from Canada. It makes me feel like part of a world wide sewing caring community and the information, ideas and pictures are so inspiring. Congrats on your 150 year celebration.. cheers Marie

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      • lizafrica says:

        Hi Marie,

        Hello to you across the pond! Glad you like our blog and find the ideas inspiring. Thanks you on the congrats…..Canada 150 enthusiasm is running high here.

        Liz
        JANOME CANADA

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