NEW Project Pairings from Sew4Home!

It’s a new year and our friends at Sew4Home.Com have several new projects for you, no matter which fabulous Janome sewing machine you have. If you’re looking to purchase a new machine or are thinking of upgrading, we have some suggestions for you paired with each project. Contact your Janome Canada dealer for details and a test drive of the various machines to find the right one for you.

Lightweight Infinity Scarf + Janome Sewist 709

The infinity scarf is an endless loop of loveliness you can twist into lots of interesting shapes. Dress it up or down to suit any outfit or occasion. Best of all, it’s very beginner friendly, which makes it a perfect project to pair with one of our favorite entry level Janome models: the Janome Sewist 709. Nine of the most popular everyday stitches are built in, including a four-step buttonhole. The adjustable foot pressure is a must-have when working with lightweight fabrics, like the rayon we used. And there’s a free-arm – great when sewing in a circle!

Featured Accessories: Quarter Inch Seam Foot (optional for edge stitching).

Janome Sewist 709

> Click to view Infinity Scarf instructions

Appliquéd Apple and Pear Kitchen Towels + Janome 3160 QDC-T

With appliqués this fresh and fun, you’ll be tempted to take a bite out of these cute kitchen towels. There are free downloadable templates for the Apple and Pear designs; easy shapes, even if you’re brand new to appliqué. To insure your stitch precision is top-notch, we recommend the Janome 3160 QDC-T. This full-featured powerhouse comes with Janome’s SFS+ feeding system, giving you the even, stable feeding needed for appliqué, as well as topstitching and edge stitching. Two of our other favorite features on this model are the one-hand needle threader and the lock stitch button.

Featured Accessories: Open Toe Satin Stitch Foot or Appliqué Foot

Janome 3160QDC-T

> Click to view Applique instructions

Table Top Sewing Caddy + Janome Continental M7 + Memory Craft 550E

Time for a little sewing room tidying up! This clever caddy features 10 pockets plus a unique ruler sleeve along the back. If you’re hesitant to tackle a 3D project – don’t be. There’s a full pattern download as well as S4H’s signature step-by-step instructions. Plus, you know your sewing machine makes all the difference! Our go-to for this type of project is the Janome Continental M7. It has the largest sewing area in the industry with a center mounted color touch screen. We love its free AcuSpark App that provides instant how-to details on stitches, settings, and functions on your smart phone or tablet.

Featured Accessories: Walking or Even Feed Foot or engage the AcuFeed™ Flex built-in fabric feeding system, Zipper foot

Janome Continental M7 Professional

Want to give this cool caddy an extra jolt of creativity? Add machine embroidery! If you have a favorite sewing machine already, check out the Janome MC550E stand alone embroidery model. It comes standard with an extra wide extension table and four embroidery hoops, the largest being an impressive 7.9″x11.1″.

Janome Memory Craft 550E

> Click to view instructions

For more fun, fabulous, free projects from Sew4Home, click the Inspire Tab/ Sew4Home on Janome.CA.

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
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6 Responses to NEW Project Pairings from Sew4Home!

  1. Callie Reed says:

    Thanks for all the wonderful information.
    The link for the caddy pattern is linking to the fruit applique patterns.


    • janomeman says:

      HI Callie, Sew glad you liked this post. The link to the Sewing Caddy Pattern is at the END of that segment, just as the link to the Infinity Scarf is at the end of it’s segment and the link to the Applique patterns is at the end of it’s segment, just before the Sewing Caddy segment. We want you to read until the end of each segment, so put the link there, lol!
      For your convenience. however, I’ve provided it here, as well. Happy Sewing!


  2. Sonia Burgoyne says:

    Tried to get the Table top Sewing Caddy instructions but the apple and pear appliqué comes up. Please let me know how to get the instructions. Sonia Burgoyne

    Sent from my iPad



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