Janome HQ Instagram Live!

Join us LIVE at 1pm EST @janomehq Instagram page every Wednesday for Janome HQ’s NEW series “Janome’s Magical Machine Mystery Tour” as we highlight a different machine in the Janome line. From entry level to Top of the Line; embroidery machines; longarm quilting machines; sergers and MORE!

What machine and Janome goodies will we talk about this week? It’s a MYSTERY so you must tune in each week for the big reveal! Don’t worry if you can’t make the LIVE presentation, though. They’ll be stored in the IGTV icon on the Janome HQ Instagram Page and later posted as videos on the Janome HQ You Tube channel.

JMMMT Artwork 2

Follow us on the Janome HQ Facebook page and write me at Classes@Janome-Canada.com (copy and paste in a new browser) for more information about upcoming on-line classes and (eventually) on site classes at The Janome Sewing and Learning Centre in Oakville, ON; Janome Canada’s Head Quarters.

Happy Sewing and #sharethejanomelove!

About janomeman

As Janome Canada's National Consumer Education Manager, I'm SEW excited to share my love of sewing, quilting and all things creative with everyone at our fabulous new Janome Sewing and Learning Centre in Oakville, ON. Have an idea for a class, or to be put onto our mailing list, E-mail me at classes@janome-canada.com
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2 Responses to Janome HQ Instagram Live!

  1. okbeelivecom says:

    I have a janome 15000 quilters addition and I like to and text designs but sometimes can’t find one small enough on my machine fonts how can I dl a font on my machine to use while embroidering
    Thank you
    Enjoy your video

    Sent from my iPhone


    • Liz Thompson says:

      Hi Vickie,

      You cannot download a new font to add to the font section of the Mc15000. There is a small 6mm font in Embroidery fonts Micro Gothic – which is quite good. Have you tried it?
      However you could download a small font to your computer and import it to the Edit screen of your machine. Really best done in embroidery software first as many of these fonts are sold where you need to load each letter one by one which is tedious without software.
      And, of course, you can digitize your own tiny fonts in embroidery software. But be careful as they will not stitch well if they are too dense. They will just pile up and create a hole on your fabric!
      Alternatively you could try to create your own small fonts in Stitch Composer and then import them into your embroidery using Convert to STX in Horizon Link Suite. You would need to master how to create stitches first.
      Very tiny fonts are hard to find and can present problems

      Hope that helps.


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