Category Archives: Janome Quilt maker Pro 18

Did you know?

When loading a quilt on a long arm quilting machine, like the Janome Quilt Maker Pro 18, Janome Quilt Maker Pro 16 or Janome Quilt Maker Pro 20, did you know that you can load it the traditional way with … Continue reading

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Saturday Sewing – Giving Thanks

A friend of mine’s Uncle had some tragic things happen in his life. He lost his wife to cancer and three weeks later his apartment building burned down and he lost every memory he had in his suite. I didn’t … Continue reading

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Janome M*A*S*H up!

When I was young, I grew up watching M*A*S*H, which is a show I still love to this day. For those who may not have watched, or are too young to remember, M*A*S*H was a very popular series based on … Continue reading

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Fabric Books

Lately, I have been making fabric books for the all the baby’s in my life. In a previous post here on Janome Life, I shared that our family will soon be welcoming 4 new babies. Yes, four! Fortunately, these fabric … Continue reading

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Letters from the Longarm: Channel Locks and Basting

Dear Reader, Welcome to our new Janome Quiltmaker Pro series! We are so happy to have you here with us. Monique and I are so excited to help you navigate how to use your Janome QMP Longarm. For this installment, … Continue reading

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Couching With a Long Arm

Now I don’t mean sitting relaxing or couch surfing with your long arm machine. I want to show you a unique embellishing method. The couching foot adds a unique look to your project. There are three different feet for the … Continue reading

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Day 4 of our 12 days of Holiday ideas with Janome : QuiltMaker Pro Glide foot

 I think I have found my favourite foot for the Janome QuiltMaker Pro longarm…the Glide Foot. Some people call it the spoon foot because it looks like a small scoop spoon. If your design goes past the edge of your … Continue reading

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Storage Solutions for the Janome Quilt Maker Pro Longarm Quilting Machines

As the saying goes, “A place for everything and everything in its place.”  We sewists, quilters, creative people; any hobbyist or collector will certainly agree. We have “stuff” and need places to put it to stay organized and to work … Continue reading

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Next Step….. A Long Arm Quilting Machine?

Everyone is sewing these days. Making quilts, clothes, crafts, masks and surgical caps. It is fantastic! We are sold out of so many sewing machines. I love that people are being creative. Sewing is a fabulous way to make the … Continue reading

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Janome QMP18 and QMP16 longarm quilting: Using Pro Stitcher to quilt a “wonky” Block

Ok, raise your hand if you are a perfect piecer. I’ll wait haha. (….crickets…)  We all make imperfections while piecing. Maybe our 1/4″ is slightly off. Or our fabric stretched, or “sucked in” too much while pressing. The point is, … Continue reading

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