NEW Quilt Maker Pro 20!

Since it’s debut in 2017, quilters have been loving the Janome Quilt Maker Pro 18 longarm quilting machine. With it’s 18″x 9″ throat space, built-in stitch regular, bright LED lighting and adjustable table to fit any size space, what’s not to love?!

Sometimes though, you just need or want more; more throat space to complete larger quilts; more quilting space so you don’t have to roll up the quilt as often; a larger LCD touch screen with more capabilities and control, or maybe even more speed. You can have all of that, and MORE, with the NEW Janome Quilt Maker Pro 20!

NEW! Janome Quilt Maker Pro 20 at 2500 SPM!
NEW! Janome Quilt Maker Pro 20 with 20″ throat space with LED lighting

With an impressive 20″x 10″ throat space, with bright LED lighting in the centre, the Janome Quilt Maker Pro 20 gives you more quilting space, but in spite of it being a bigger machine, it’s still just as light and easy to move around on the carriage as Janome’s other smaller longarm quilting machines, QMP 18 and Janome Quilt Maker Pro 16. Yes, Janome now has a whole range of longarm quilting machines so you can review the features of each and decide which is the best machine for you. Check out the Comparison Chart on our Janome.CA website, and as always, check with your fabulous Janome Dealer for more information.

Bright LED lighting in the top throat of the machine washes down on the quilt so you see every detail!
Janome Quilt Maker Pro 20 has a larger quilting space so there’s less rolling of the quilt

Many new convenient features include a light in the bobbin area, so removing and installing the bobbin case is easier, and every spec of lint can be seen and removed, which will help keep your machine running in tip-top condition. Check out more great features watching the demonstration video on the Janome HQ You Tube channel.

Bright LED lighting is everywhere on this machine, including the bobbin area! How cool!

Any thread can be used on the Janome Quilt Maker Pro 20, but our favourite, go-to thread of choice is Madeira AeroQuilt, available from your Janome or Elna dealer. It’s polyester thread, but looks like cotton, so it’s not super-shiny as with many other typical longarm quilting threads. It comes in a array of colours, is low-lint, and we’ve had very little breakage with it, even at high speeds of 2500 stitches per minute! Love it!

Always do some test samples to check your tension – and it’s fun just to stitch and play!
Be sure to check the underside of the quilt for good tension as well

No matter which longarm quilting machine you choose; no matter it’s features, the stitch quality should be good above all else, both top and bottom. A new needle, proper threading, and adjusting the tensions are some of the steps which will ensure stitching success. Our fabulous Janome longarm quilting expert, Kelley Mckenzie has prepared a series of videos on the Janome Quilt Maker Pro 20, available on the Janome America You tube channel. Kelley also has a video series on the Janome Quilt Maker Pro 18 and Janome Quilt Maker Pro 16, as well!

Look for more blogs and videos on the Janome Quilt Maker Pro 20 in upcoming posts on Janome Life. Be sure to Follow us so you don’t miss a post!

Happy Quilting!

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ARTISTIC DIGITIZER: Save time with auto digitizing as opposed to manual punching.

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It takes time to create a beautiful embroidery design.  Artistic Digitizer helps us by utilizing graphic images to auto digitize them for us. Understanding file types will help us on our way. Here is a quick review to help save time.

Artistic Digitizer can read many different graphic art designs.  The best designs to use with the auto digitizing feature are vector based designs.  Other art files can be read and opened by this program, but they are better used to trace and manually punch your own stitch design. All of the images included in the Artistic Digitizer program are vector based images.

Use the help menu and search for vector file types and the program will list all the file types to use for digitizing in the program.

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You can use simple graphic files like .jpg or .bmp but the clarity is not there for auto digitizing.  We use these for tracing the images in the background.  When you open the program and click on the word ‘browse’ from the main screen, you can navigate your computer to the section where you have images.  In the example below, we navigated to a .jpg image.  When we select that image, another box opens and gives us options to load that image into Artistic Digitizer to use for creating an embroidery file.  Since we know that a .jpg does not auto digitize well, we would only use this as an image in the background.  That means: if we choose to digitize this, it will take longer to produce an embroidery file, but it will look good because of the power of the manual punch tools in the program.

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To better understand the image types to use in Artistic Digitizer , review the videos built into the program on the main screen that explain how to use the image files in the program and on your computer.

If time is of the essence when creating a design, use a good vector drawing to start with and when you open it the Artistic Digitzer program will automatically digitize it for you.  Quick and easy!! Now all you will need to do is just select the specific stitch properties you want for your custom design.

Happy Digitizing!

Thanks, Yvonne, for this good information. Post republished in a series supporting new (and not so new) Artistic Digitizer owners. 

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A Reminder: Janome Sewing Machines Facebook Live at 3pm Eastern today – Rev up your sewing with Ruffles!

Those of you who’ve been sewing garments a number of years will remember the pattern instructions, something to the effect of – stitch two parallel rows of basting stitches and carefully pull on each thread consistently to create even gathers in the fabric.

Did you just cringe as I did? When you tried that technique, how many times did your thread break as mine did? Too many for me to count! lol!

Well, cringe no more! Enter the Janome Ruffler Foot, which makes creating and sewing tucks, pleats and ruffles faster and easier than ever!

Janome Ruffler Foot

Once again our Janome Canada educator, Celine Ross, will be LIVE Wednesday, July 21st at 3pm Eastern in the Janome Sewing Machines Facebook Group to show just how fun and easy this foot is to use. Like everything else, it just takes a little practice and results are SEW well worth it!

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The Janome Ruffler Foot produces even gathers, pleats and tucks effortlessly!

Celine will be LIVE at 3pm Eastern in the Janome Sewing Machines Facebook Group each Wednesday in July to demonstrate some of the most popular and multi-functional optional presser feet.

Can’t tune-in LIVE at 3pm Eastern? Don’t worry! All the Facebook LIVE presentations are available to view under the VIDEOS tab on the Janome Sewing Machines Facebook page to watch whenever convenient for you. Watch and review as often as you wish!

Wrapping up the month, on Wednesday, July 28th, Celine will show you the fun and versatility of the very popular Janome Beading Feet. There’s two sizes; wide groove and narrow groove, and, the best part of ALL of these Janome specialty presser feet is that they are available for almost all machines!! Be sure to check our Janome Accessories Guide for more information, and the very informative Janome Presser Foot Workbook. and addendums.

Janome Presser Foot Workbook
Janome Presser Foot Workbook

Also, check out this wonderful review of the Janome Presser Foot Workbook from our friends at Sew4Home., and of course, consult with your fabulous Janome Dealer!

For even MORE presser foot fun, Celine has previously presented the Janome PinTuck Foot, both wide and narrow groove, available to view HERE and, showed how to create a beautiful Scallop Edge, available to view HERE.

Don’t have a Facebook account? Again, don’t worry! Celine’s presentations will be available on the Janome HQ You Tube channel, so you may watch and learn whenever you wish!

Happy Sewing!

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Janome HQ’s Instagram LIVE TODAY, WEDNESDAY 1pm EST

Join us LIVE at 1pm EST @janomehq Instagram page every Wednesday afternoon for our 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, including some fabulous partner products to compliment those machines!

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.

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Follow us on the Janome HQ Facebook page and click on link HERE for more information on our ONLINE classes!

Write me at Classes@Janome-Canada.com (copy and paste in a new browser) for more information about eventual on-site classes (when it’s safe) at The Janome Sewing and Learning Centre in Oakville, ON; Janome Canada’s Head Quarters.

Happy Sewing and #sharethejanomelove!

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Rev up your sewing with Ruffles!

Those of you who’ve been sewing garments a number of years will remember the pattern instructions, something to the effect of – stitch two parallel rows of basting stitches and carefully pull on each thread consistently to create even gathers in the fabric.

Did you just cringe as I did? When you tried that technique, how many times did your thread break as mine did? Too many for me to count! lol!

Well, cringe no more! Enter the Janome Ruffler Foot, which makes creating and sewing tucks, pleats and ruffles faster and easier than ever!

Janome Ruffler Foot

Once again our Janome Canada educator, Celine Ross, will be LIVE Wednesday, July 21st at 3pm Eastern in the Janome Sewing Machines Facebook Group to show just how fun and easy this foot is to use. Like everything else, it just takes a little practice and results are SEW well worth it!

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The Janome Ruffler Foot produces even gathers, pleats and tucks effortlessly!

Celine will be LIVE at 3pm Eastern in the Janome Sewing Machines Facebook Group each Wednesday in July to demonstrate some of the most popular and multi-functional optional presser feet.

Can’t tune-in LIVE at 3pm Eastern? Don’t worry! All the Facebook LIVE presentations are available to view under the VIDEOS tab on the Janome Sewing Machines Facebook page to watch whenever convenient for you. Watch and review as often as you wish!

Wrapping up the month, on Wednesday, July 28th, Celine will show you the fun and versatility of the very popular Janome Beading Feet. There’s two sizes; wide groove and narrow groove, and, the best part of ALL of these Janome specialty presser feet is that they are available for almost all machines!! Be sure to check our Janome Accessories Guide for more information, and the very informative Janome Presser Foot Workbook. and addendums.

Janome Presser Foot Workbook
Janome Presser Foot Workbook

Also, check out this wonderful review of the Janome Presser Foot Workbook from our friends at Sew4Home., and of course, consult with your fabulous Janome Dealer!

For even MORE presser foot fun, Celine has previously presented the Janome PinTuck Foot, both wide and narrow groove, available to view HERE and, showed how to create a beautiful Scallop Edge, available to view HERE.

Don’t have a Facebook account? Again, don’t worry! Celine’s presentations will be available on the Janome HQ You Tube channel, so you may watch and learn whenever you wish!

Happy Sewing!

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It’s all about the BASTE!

There’s many steps to take with embroidery to ensure quality results. A new needle, the right stabilizer, and stitching a test-sample first is always a good idea to help determine if you’ll be happy with the finished product. One extra step you can take is to first BASTE the fabric in the hoop so it stays in place before you stitch the design.

This is super simple and easy to do! Built into every Janome embroidery-only or embroidery-combo machine; from the entry level Janome MC 230E to the top-of-the-line Janome MC 15000 Quilt Maker – and everything in between – is the all important BASTE function!

You TOO can stitch your own beautiful peacock – the JEF embroidery file is FREE on our Janome.CA website!

Look at all those beautiful dense stitches brought to life by the rich colours of Janome polyester embroidery thread, which is a 50wt; finer than the typical 40wt embroidery thread, making it a terrific choice for highly dense designs. Such a design needs a good stabilizer on the back, (I used a layer of the fabulous Maderia Cotton Stable fusible and a layer of 80/20 batting as this peacock was going to be part of quilt) AND basting around the design definitely helped keep the fabric in place. The fabric did not pucker and draw-up as can happen when it’s not adequately stabilized.

The BASTE icon is the same for all Janome machines capable of embroidery; a square box with dashed lines and arrows around it, as pictured below on the Janome MC 550E. No matter your machine, your instruction manual will have detailed information about the function of each icon. The first icon in the photo below is the Trace function, which means the hoop will move around but no stitching will occur. The second icon is the BASTE function, which is selected as it’s highlighted in blue. The screen shows a floral design in the centre and dashed lines around the perimeter representing the basting stitches which will help hold the fabric in place in the hoop.

Janome Memory Craft 550E – embroidery only machine

The One Stitch Stop setting can be switched on to bring up the bobbin thread before the basting starts. Either hold onto the needle and the bobbin thread, or hang up the threads on the thread holder/ cutter at the side of the machine. You likely know that from back to front that’s a thread cutter, but did you know that from front to back it’s a thread holder? Watch this Janome HQ Instagram Live presentation of the MC 550E where I demo the BASTE function (at 34:38 if you want to skip ahead)

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For extra security, there’s also a DOUBLE BASTE option, which stitches a row of basting around the perimeter of the design and around the centre. This is especially useful for designs which may have more density in the centre and less around the edges, and for when grouping designs. You’ll see the floral design on the screen has a row of basting around the outer edge of the design, as before, but now has an additional row of basting around the centre for added control and stabilization of the fabric.

Janome MC 550E Double Baste function provides extra security!

The video below shows the DOUBLE BASTE; basting around the outer edges of the lotus flowers and another row of basting around the centre of the designs which has more dense stitching. You’ll see that though I floated the fabric; I didn’t hoop it, only the stabilizer, and didn’t use the magnetic clamps to hold the fabric in place, the fabric didn’t pucker because the double row of basting locked everything into place. Another trick I use when floating the fabric is to use a temporary spray adhesive, which I spray (NOT around the machine!) onto the stabilizer, then lay the fabric over it.

Love this Lotus Flower? It’s another FREE JEF embroidery design on our Janome.CA website!

No matter if I float the fabric, or hoop the fabric, I always BASTE! It’s all about the BASTE!

The Janome MC 15000 Quilt Maker and Janome Skyline S9 have a very special basting option available called CUSTOM BASTE, which lets you baste around a uniquely created area, such as when placing an embroidery design around a V neck in a shirt. The CUSTOM BASTE function lets you create the basting around the edges of the V neck, which is not the regular geometric shape of the regular baste functions. Embroidery Software Specialist, Anne Hein explained all about CUSTOM BASTE in a Facebook Live on the Janome Sewing Machines Facebook page, which you may review HERE.

As mentioned above, the beautiful Peacock and Lotus flower JEF designs are available FREE on our Janome.CA website, which means all of you lovely, loyal Janome Life followers around the world can ALSO share in the Janome love! Click the Inspire Tab, Canadian Projects, then scroll down to Peacock and Lotus Flower Quilts to download the JEF embroidery designs, and download the PDF project instructions!

Happy Basting, er, Sewing! lol!

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Saturday Sewing – Finding Inspiration!

Since the start of the pandemic, we’ve been posting “Saturday Sewing” blogs; little projects which are quick and easy to do, with materials you likely already have at home. They have proved very popular, so, even with COVID restrictions loosening; lockdowns lifting in many parts of the country, it’s definitely something we intend to continue. We’re just going to cut it back to twice a month for the summer since so many of us are outside tending to our gardens, enjoying the beautiful weather, and can travel more. Be sure to Follow us so you don’t miss a post!

Today’s post is about where to find even MORE fun; MORE creative inspiration; MORE projects to help keep you sewing and getting the most from your machines. No need to hunt and scroll through several browsers and websites to find it all, it’s all easily accessible at your fingertips at Janome.CA, our Janome Canada website!

Janome is celebrating 100 years this year! THANK YOU for sharing the Janome Love!

The Inspire tab on the main page will open up a treasure trove of inspiration and information on a variety of projects to keep you sewing for many Saturdays to come!

You’ll find the beginner-friendly, and very practical Market Tote by Janome America Maker, Jessica VanDenburgh of Sew Many Creations, for example. Download the PDF pattern and watch Janome America’s You Tube video for more instruction along the way.

You don’t have to have an embroidery machine to make this super-useful tote!

Janome Canada’s Tania Denyer designed this fun and fresh Orange Slice Garland, which is a great scrap-buster project to practice free-motion quilting. The instructions are in English and in French! Tania demoed her techniques in a Facebook Live on the Janome Sewing Machines Facebook page, which is also available to view on the Janome HQ You Tube channel.

Use as inspiration and try making a pumpkin garland for Halloween, or holly berries for Christmas!

A terrific project which combines embroidery, piecing and quilting is the Peacock and Lotus Flower quilt designed and created by the Janome Canada team. There’s many techniques involved, but use your creative inspiration to adapt and alter however you wish to accommodate your machines, your time and experience level. The JEF embroidery designs are available as a FREE download on the Janome.CA website. Instead of on a quilt, maybe you’ll use the peacock design on your Market Tote bag, or on the back of denim jacket, for example. Use the instructions as a springboard for your unique creations, which we would LOVE to see, so please share your photos and tag us #janomecanada, @janomecanada to share more of the Janome love!

The Janome Embroidery Files JEF are available for FREE download on the Janome.CA website

You’ll find MANY other FREE embroidery designs in the Embroidery section on the Inspire page, AND another treasure trove of projects from our friends at Sew4Home by clicking on the Sew4Home tab. There you will find a variety of exclusive Janome Canada projects for every experience level, every type of machine; lots of tips and tricks to help improve your techniques, so everyone can share in the fun.

There’s projects, tips and tricks for every sewist under the Sew4Home tab on the Janome.CA website

JUST added this month, this stylish monogrammed zipper pouch was designed with the Janome Skyline S9 in mind, using the SQ14a 5.5″x5.5″ hoop, but any machine with the same size hoop or larger can also embroider the monogram. Don’t have an embroidery machine? No problem, perhaps you could use a fussy cut of fabric, or a photo transfer image instead! Full instructions are on the Janome.CA website!

NEW Monogrammed Zipper Pouch project with full instructions in English and in French

Of course, I could go on, but it’s Saturday and I now have even more sewing to do, lol!

Happy Sewing!

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The Janome MC 9450 offers even more “flex”ibility with AcuFeed!

A while back I sewed a set of 4 placemats, a table runner and 4 mug rugs from a beautiful indigo blue layer cake. I decided to try a different quilting technique on each of the placemats. I quilted one placemat, the table runner and the mug rugs using a few of the fabulous Janome AcuFeed Flex feet. They are amongst my all-time favourite Janome presser feet.

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Janome has offered the Twin/ Dual AcuFeed Flex Foot Holder and the Single/ Narrow AcuFeed Flex Foot Holder for a number of years now, but, DEBUTING with the Horizon MC 9450QCP, and available with the Janome Continental M7, as well, Janome has released the  AcuFeed Flex Professional Grade HP 2 foot.

As you can see in the photo below, even amongst the Janome AcuFeed Flex feet for the Twin/ Dual holder, I couldn’t decide on just ONE foot to use. And, really, why should we decide? Janome presser feet are some of the most economically priced in the market, and they all do such fun, time-saving things yielding better, more professional results.

The fabulous Miriam Coffey from Janome America talks about the various Janome Acufeed Flex presser feet in this video HERE. Going clockwise from the top left in the pic below : The regular AD foot, UD Open Toe foot, OD Quarter Inch foot with Guide, SD Stitch In The Ditch foot, and STD Single Hole foot to use with the Single Hole needle plate. These feet are compatible with all Janome Acufeed Flex model machines: MC 15000 Quiltmaker and previous versions, Continental M7, MC 9450, MC 9400, MC 8900, MC 8200, MC 12000, MC 6700P, Skyline S9, Skyline S7, Skyline S6 – gosh, there’s sew many, I hope I haven’t forgotten any! lol!

Please see your Janome Dealer for more information and to purchase these very useful feet if they did not come with your machine. Definitely worth having them all! Check your standard accessory list in your machine instruction manual to see which of these feet you may already have! They’re great items to add to the birthday or Christmas wish lists, too! (hint, hint!)

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For those who are perhaps in the market for a new machine you might want to have a look at the  Horizon Memory Craft 9450QCP, I recorded a video recently for our virtual Quilt Canada booth, which is available on the Janome HQ You Tube channel, and by clicking the link HERE. Apart from being a fabulous machine with some exciting features, it has the equally fabulous Janome AcuFeed Flex Professional Grade HP 2 foot! Janome has done it again!

Everyone has been loving the HP (high performance) needle plate and foot on their Horizon MC 9400QCP, MC9450, MC 6700P, updated MC 15000 and MC 15000 Quiltmaker, and Continental M7 but now Janome has further “amped” it up with AcuFeed! By the way, for those of you with an INDIGO Skyline S9 or UPDATED original S9, you TOO can join in the fun as the HP Needle Plate, HP Foot and Professional Grade HP2 Acufeed Flex Foot are available in separate blister packs from your Janome Dealer!


The HP Foot or HP2 Foot and corresponding needle plate is a great combo for sewing around curves and to achieve that perfect scant quarter of an inch seam allowance when piecing quilt blocks, or for topstitching on garments. You can see the above photo that the HP 2 Foot has markings spaced one quarter of an inch apart, (as does the regular HP Foot) so you know just where to stop sewing and pivot your fabric. This is perfect for those once-dreaded “Y” or inset seams. Fear no more – Janome has you covered!

Our friends at SEW4Home.wrote an excellent article on the HP2 Foot and Needle Plate, which you’ll definitely want to check out, and for even more review, check out this Janome Canada Instagram Live presentation HERE. (please note that Instagram does not allow filming in landscape/ horizontal mode, so when viewed on another platform like You Tube, the screen is tall and skinny)

The Horizon MC 9450QCP and Continental M7 has the HP2 foot included, but it is now available in a blister pack for those machines which are BOTH Acufeed and HP needle plate compatible: MC 15000 Quiltmaker and updated previous versions, MC 9400, MC 6700P and Skyline S9.

Happy Sewing!!

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A Reminder: Janome Sewing Machines Facebook LIVE at 3pm Est. More Presser Foot Know How!

Do you have a drawer full of trims, ribbons and sequins, but don’t know quite what to do with them? How about narrow elastic? Have you wondered what’s a quick, easy and accurate way to attach it?

HOW TO EASILY AND QUICKLY EMBELLISH YOUR SEWING PROJECTS USING RIBBONS & SEQUINS.....
Attach trims, ribbons, sequins – even narrow elastic accurately and easily with the Ribbon/ Sequin Foot!

Well, you’re in for a treat!

Our fabulous Janome Canada educator, Celine Ross, will be LIVE Wednesday, July 14th at 3pm Eastern in the Janome Sewing Machines Facebook Group to show you the fun and versatility of the Janome Ribbon and Sequin Foot.

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The Janome Ribbon/Sequin Foot is SEW fun, and so versatile! There’s so many ways to use it!

Last week, Wednesday, July 7th Celine showed the ever-popular Janome 3-Way Cording Foot using a variety of stitches built-in to your machine! Click on the link HERE to review that presentation.

Janome 3-Way Cording Foot

Celine will be LIVE at 3pm Eastern in the Janome Sewing Machines Facebook Group each Wednesday in July to demonstrate some of the most popular and multi-functional optional presser feet.

Wednesday, July 21st Celine will demonstrate and demystify the Janome Ruffler foot. This is definitely a presentation you won’t want to miss! Though this foot looks bizarre and a little intimidating, it’s actually quite simple to use – once you read the instructions, and especially once you see it in action. It’s SEW cool! Celine will show and explain all!

Janome Ruffler Foot

Wrapping up the month, on Wednesday, July 28th, Celine will show you the fun and versatility of the very popular Janome Beading Feet. There’s two sizes; wide groove and narrow groove, and, the best part of ALL of these Janome specialty presser feet is that they are available for almost all machines!! Be sure to check our Janome Accessories Guide for more information, and the very informative Janome Presser Foot Workbook. and addendums.

Janome Presser Foot Workbook
Janome Presser Foot Workbook

Also, check out this wonderful review of the Janome Presser Foot Workbook from our friends at Sew4Home., and of course, consult with your fabulous Janome Dealer!

For even MORE presser foot fun, Celine has previously presented the Janome PinTuck Foot, both wide and narrow groove, available to view HERE and, showed how to create a beautiful Scallop Edge, available to view HERE.

Can’t tune-in LIVE at 3pm Eastern? Don’t worry! All the Facebook LIVE presentations are available to view under the VIDEOS tab on the Janome Sewing Machines Facebook page to watch whenever convenient for you. Watch and review as often as you wish!

Don’t have a Facebook account? Again, don’t worry! Celine’s presentations will be available on the Janome HQ You Tube channel, so you may watch and learn whenever you wish!

Happy Sewing!

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Janome HQ’s Instagram LIVE TODAY, WEDNESDAY 1pm EST

Join us LIVE at 1pm EST @janomehq Instagram page every Wednesday afternoon for our 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, including some fabulous partner products to compliment those machines!

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.

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Follow us on the Janome HQ Facebook page and click on link HERE for more information on our ONLINE classes!

Write me at Classes@Janome-Canada.com (copy and paste in a new browser) for more information about eventual on-site classes (when it’s safe) at The Janome Sewing and Learning Centre in Oakville, ON; Janome Canada’s Head Quarters.

Happy Sewing and #sharethejanomelove!

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