Saturday Sewing Projects from our friends at Sew4Home!

Our friends at Sew4Home have done it again! They’ve selected 3 classic S4H projects which will be perfect to try on a variety of entry level, mid-range, and top-of-the-line Janome machines. Of course, you’re welcome to use your favorite model, but it’s also fun to explore how certain techniques, accents, and embellishments become easier as you take advantage of advanced machine features.

Store make-up, sewing or craft supplies – anything you wish! This fun little project is sew versatile!

See Through, Box Bottom Zip Pouch + Janome 1522PG
This cute pouch combines pretty cotton at the top with a handy see-through bottom. You’ll create boxed corners, learn to add end tabs to a zipper, and get tips for sewing with vinyl. We recommend the Janome 1522PG Anniversary Edition as a perfect beginner-friendly model for the project. Celebrating Janome’s centennial year, this pink and white beauty has style and function. Use the convenient dial to adjust foot pressure for sewing across the thicker vinyl. It also has a more generous sewing bed than what you’d traditionally expect.

> Click to view instructions

Featured Accessories: Zipper Foot and Walking Foot or Even Feed Foot for easy feeding of fabric layers.

Personalize this pillow however you wish! Click on the link below for full instructions.

Nautical Ahoy! Appliqué Pillow + Janome 3160PG
Word Pillows are always popular at high-end home stores. Put your appliqué skills to work to make your own for a fraction of the cost. A free template for the “Ahoy!” design is included – or pick your own saying. The key is a sharp cut to the letters and precise stitching. We suggest the Janome 3160PG Anniversary Edition for the power and precision to get the job done. With its Superior Feed System and large extension table, you can stitch with ease and confidence. We also love the one-hand needle threader that makes changing thread, fast and easy.

> Click to view instructions and appliqué template

Featured Accessories: Zipper FootButtonhole Foot, and Open Toe Satin Stitch Foot or Appliqué Foot for appliqué.

Patchwork Bed Runner + Continental M7 Professional.
A bed runner is a decorative throw for the foot of the bed. This one features basic nine-patch blocks with each inner block made up of four pieced triangles. A clever mixing of colors creates a 3D effect within each of the inner blocks as well as in the finished nine-patch itself. Using the Janome Continental M7 makes the construction a dream. It has the largest sewing area in the industry, an intelligent feed system, and the smooth needle penetration to go through piecing as well as free-motion quilting like a knife through butter.

> Click to view instructions

Featured Accessories: Quarter Inch Seam FootFree Motion Quilting Open Toe Foot, Walking or Even Feed Foot or engage the AcuFeed™ Flex built-in fabric feeding system

For more fun sewing projects every day of the week, check out the Sew4Home section in the INSPIRE tab on the Janome.CA website!

Be sure to tag #janomecanada, @janomecanada when posting on social media as we’d love to see how these project instructions inspire you to sew your own fabulous creations!

Happy Sewing!


 

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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