HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO YOU ALL……. + a Janome Giveaway for 2 lucky janomelife viewers!!

Well, Christmas is almost upon us. Hopefully you have completed all your Christmas sewing and have wrapped up all the gifts to put under the tree? Hopefully you or your favourite Santa were able to take advantage of the many Janome gift suggestions we put you over the 2 weeks on janomelife?  Reallt hoping it made your gift giving decisions  and the hectic last minute shopping easier for you? If so, do go have a glass of wine or a cup of hot chocolate – you deserve it    …… You can start the Christmas cooking later!  MERRY CHRISTMAS…….may your time with friends and family be special this season.  And may your time in your sewing room be creative and full of fun!

We have a little janomelife Holiday giveaway for 2 lucky winners……. useful Janome shopping tote plus 2 CD’s of embroidery designs +  5 spools Janome polyester embroidery thread + 1 blister pack of 12 pre-wound Janome bobbins – just so you can stitch out these beautifully digitized designs at your JANOME embroidery machine.

Both these Janome polyester embroidery thread spools (as well as 3 different boxes containing different shades of colour) + the  Janome pre-wound bobbins (in black and white top quality poly 60wt thread) are available for purchase at authorized Janome dealers.

These embroidery designs are also available for purchase on Janome AcuDesign APP: as a collection like on the CD’s above OR individually.

Would you like a chance to win one of these two janomelife Christmas gifts?

Simply send us a comment below with your name PLUS please tell us about one item you sewed for the Holiday season this year on your Janome AND what Janome foot or machine feature you liked using to make this item. (just a brief sentence or 2 is all we require listing these 2 things)

Could be something you sewed as a gift for a loved one on your Janome ?

Could be a Home Dec. item you sewed or machine embroidered on your Janome for the holidays?

Could be a lovely new garment you sewed on your Janome sewing machine or serger to wear during the holidays?

All comments WITH brief mention of project + Janome foot or machine feature you used will be eligible for the draw on 1st January 2019.  

This giveaway offer closes at midnight (Eastern time zone) on 31 December 2018 so be sure to send us your comment this week. 2 lucky people will be contacted early in the New Year and the gifts will be shipped off soon after that. 

Good Luck!!

About Janome Canada

For over 100 years, Janome has been the brand of choice for sewing, embroidery, longarm quilting, sergers, coverhem machines - and MORE! Our Janome Canada head office; our Janome HQ, is the Janome Sewing and Learning Centre in Oakville, ON. Be sure to follow us here on Janome Life blog, as well as our other Janome Canada social media so you get the most from your Janome machine! @janomehq @janomecanada Janome HQ Facebook, Janome Canada Facebook Janome HQ You Tube channel, Janome Life You Tube channel
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145 Responses to HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO YOU ALL……. + a Janome Giveaway for 2 lucky janomelife viewers!!

  1. Valdine Michaud says:

    I love Janome Machines. I enjoy all your projects and how too’s.


  2. Sharon Beynon says:

    I made two plaid coral fleece blankets on my Janome S7…one for my 13 yer old grandson and a matching one for my 3 year old grandson. I started making minky blankets for the 13 year old and his 11 year old sister many years ago. This is the 4th blanket I have made for the 13 year old as he continues to grow. As I finished this one on Christmas Eve it struck me that probably the next one I make for him will be when he is off to university. I am so thankful there is a still a 3 year old and his one year old sister to sew for. I used the regular sewing foot and it worked great.



    I made a elves runner on my 12000 Jonome and used embroidery foot and Janome Dual feed foot. Happy New Year. Greta Tompkins  penny37@bell.net


  4. Joanne Messinger says:

    I made a pet mesh book bag for my one year old granddaughter (she LOVES books and she’s very exceptional for a one year old…says the proud grandma!) with a pocket on front that includes an embroidery of a child sitting on books while reading and words regarding books and imagination of the reader. We FaceTime opening gifts and after she opened it she immediately tried to put it on her shoulder (just like her mommy). I used a walking foot and my 15000 performed flawlessly!


  5. cheriec12 says:

    My most recent finish is a dresden plate table runner. I made it using my Janome 9400. Right now I’m doing some free motion quilting using the machine and it’s doing a great job.


  6. Terry Schumaker says:

    I sewed a Minecraft design quilt for my grandson for Christmas. I designed the quilt myself and used the 1/4 inch foot, and the walking foot, my favorite, to create the top, quilt sandwich, and finish the quilting. I sew everything on my Janome 15000 and I love it that the machine helps me choose the right stitch and foot for whatever I am making. It is always a pleasure when I sit down to my sewing machine! Thank you for your educational and inspiring blogs! I am a regular subscriber.


  7. Cheryl M says:

    I sewed flannel and faux fur infinity scarfs for coworkers and family using the quarter inch foot.


  8. Sally says:

    Sally Johnson
    Used the walking foot to finish my son’s t-shirt quilt which had been in the works for 6 years! Purchase my 15000 approx 6 mos ago and because of the ease of using it, I was finally able to finish it and gift it to him on Christmas Day!


    • lizafrica says:

      Hi Sally,

      How wonderful…..I bet he was thrilled to receive such a lovely gift! So glad you found it so pleasurable to use your Janome MC15000 to complete it.



  9. Margot Beckwith says:

    I sewed six embroidered Christmas ornaments with my Janome 500E. Some of the embroidery was quite dense so I used Janome red tip needles which I had used only one other time.. They did a great job. As usual the 500 E was easy to use and did a fine job.


  10. Ann Bell says:

    I made Minion quilts for my 2 grandsons on my Janome 11000. I bought this machine years ago because it quilts in the hoop. I quilted these quilts with butterflies and stars randomly using the motifs in the hoop


  11. Linda Gibson says:

    I’ve been using the embroidery portion of my 15000 constantly. First for mug rugs as hostess gifts and now working on Quiltworx Cattails. The GR is a real time saver by cutting down hoopings! Love it!


  12. Joanne Spence says:

    I made my husband a lap quilt in Asian pattern fabrics. I used my Janome 1/4” quilting foot, which kept me on track for perfect seams and blocks. This was very important since this was the first quilt I have ever made.


  13. Peg Watkins says:

    Working on my BOM that ended in December. Wonderful how all the blocks are coming together. Sewn with my 1/4” foot. The one without the guide. Works great!


  14. Marsha Minten says:

    I made a reading pocket pillow for a new great niece with my Janome 15000. I embroidered the front pocket with the P foot but assembly was done with the HP foot which is my favorite foot.


  15. Carole Krawczyk says:

    I made 12 in-the-hoop gift tags this year which turned out great and were much appreciated by my family. Of course, I used my embroidery foot.


  16. Karen Ritter says:

    I am crazy about the HP foot and plate on my Janome 9400! I flew through the blocks to make two holiday table runners (kept one) and three gift sacks for the littles in my family. Found out on Christmas Day that another Little is joining us in the spring! So it is time to start a baby quilt.


  17. Loree Shannon says:

    I made covers for my daughters washing machine and dryer, using my Janome 9400. I used all the decorative stitches I could on my crazy quilt blocks. I love the 9mm stitches.


  18. Theresa says:

    I made 4snowman coaster sets for gifts on my 15000 using my embroidery foot. A fun project


  19. Debbie Pyle Verhoeven says:

    I sewed fleece hats and neck warmers for my grandchildren on my Janome using the walking foot.
    Debbie Pyle Verhoeven


  20. Karen Easterbrook says:

    I sewed so many items, its hard to limit! I think the item that was most treasured by the recipient was an apron for my 4year old Niece. I used the beading foot for beads (every cook must have beads in the kitchen, right) and the marking foot (might have the wrong name) to evenly space out the decorative stitching lines. It was a simple, fun project that she may never take off!


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