Sunday Sewing: what day of the week is it???

Perhaps I am not sure what day of the week it is??

Just a reminder to our Janome Canada Embroidery machine customers: we have some beautiful designs digitized for you by Sew4Home and available exclusively at our Janome Canada Dealers. (Find a Dealer tab next to the little red Canadian flag at www.janome.ca  ) If you are purchasing a new Janome embroidery machine or already own one, please ask your favourite Janome Canada dealer to make these designs available to you.

There are 7 delightful designs, one for each day of the week with either English or French lettering for the days so you have 21 designs to combine in many different combinations. Have fun!!

For more information, see this link to our website. – the information about these designs and tea towel project is found under Inspire tab >> Sew4Home.

There are 2 PDF files to download on this link: one is how to set up your embroidery machine with these designs and the other is the instructions for making similar tea towels as in these pics. However, you can use these designs for a myriad of other projects: aprons, mug rugs, mixer covers, table cloths, garment embellishment, picnic and BBQ sewing, and more. We published a great step-by-step Saturday Sewing project using one of these designs for you yesterday on 8th August 2020! Be sure to check out that post.  If you did not get the post publishing notification it in your email box yesterday,  be sure to FOLLOW Janome life blog and never miss a thing we bring to you on Janome Life!

And here is an apron as seen on Instagram Live on 30th July: satin stitch elongation function around the edge of the apron and a great spot on the front for the mixer design from the Janome Canada and Sew4Home partnership. Catch the video on our Janome Life You Tube channel.

These tea towels and the apron designs were all embroidered using the RE18 or SQ14 hoop on the Janome MC15000 using Madeira Cotton soft tearaway stabilizer with Avalon water soluble stabilizer as a topping. Madeira and Hilos Iris polyester embroidery threads were used. Bobbin thread? Janome pre- wounds in white. This embroidery can be done on most of our Janome embroidery machines so long as the designs fit into your hoop. I just happen to have the Janome MC15000 at home. Anne Stitcher used her Janome MC500E for the lemon mug rug yesterday. Have fun no matter what Janome embroidery machine you have! We think these designs are just the ticket for fresh, cheerful summer sewing projects. 

What is under your needle today??

About Liz Thompson

I am the National Education Manager for Janome & Elna Canada and I LOVE to sew! I have been employed full time in the sewing and quilting industry for over 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 sew, read, knit , crochet, travel and spend time with my family and friends.
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2 Responses to Sunday Sewing: what day of the week is it???

  1. Marilyn says:

    No dealership in my area Carrying these designs
    Please let me know how to get them

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    • lizafrica says:

      Hi Marilyn,

      I already replied. Our dealers should know where to access the designs. They are not an item for sale in the store. They can download them and make available to you. Possibly the dealer(s) you tried are too busy to do this. Please try some other dealers our Find a Dealer Tab on our website.

      Liz
      JANOME CANADA

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