Janome on Global TV Morning show tomorrow 18 November

Yes you can, Do-It-Yourself with Janome!

Mark your calendar and plan to join special guest Jennifer Tryon and the Morning crew at 9 am on the morning show for a special DIY series segment on Global TV tomorrow 18 November.

Explore the sewing possibilities anyone can accomplish on a Janome sewing machine; see handy sewing tips, Janome products and easy to make projects for any skill level from Jennifer Tryon.

It is all about Janome sewing for Winter Warmth on The Morning Show on Global TV 9 am.

Can you feel the chill coming? Well, Jennifer has you covered with 3 different winter warmers using the Janome Skyline S9 and Air Thread 2000D serger.   All natural rice and barley filled, microwavable neck & pocket warmers, even microwaveable mittens. Using a Janome Skyline S9 and Janome Air Thread 2000 Serger. (of course, you can also make these same projects on other Janome sewing machines and sergers!)

Winter Warmth on your Janome

Jennifer creates these quick projects and easy projects to keep you warmer, for longer this winter! PDF instructions sheets to download will be on our http://www.janome.ca website soon.

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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2 Responses to Janome on Global TV Morning show tomorrow 18 November

  1. Debbie Franz says:

    QUESTION… I own a Janome. MC9900 Read manual several times. But there is nothing on how to buy a border or alpha font and load them to ord part of reg embroidery. It’s all for framed part. Will there ever be a way to load them to reg sewing.? I would love to be able to sew a quick border to a sheet without having to put in frame then move it every 6′

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    • Liz Thompson says:

      Hi Debbie,
      Are you referring to doing a row of ordinary decorative stitching along a sheet? Are you not referring to hooped embroidery border pattern?
      If so, you can do decorative stitching on the Mc9900 but you just cannot do these stitches wider than 9mm as you are limited by the width of the hole in the needle plate.
      If you want a border wider than 9mm, your options are to do multiple rows of decorative stitching close together to form a border – this is called stitch building ( and the border guide foot is very good for that) OR you have to use your embroidery hoop and do multiple hoopings. Which is not difficult – you just need to master how to line those designs up. Our Janome Clothsetter is brilliant for that.

      We are going to be offering more online classes in January and one in the works is on embroidery and will cover many things, one of them being doing multiple hoopings.

      Liz
      Janome Canada

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