Tag Archives: QUILTING WITH JANOME

The Three R’s

When I was growing up, I was told about the three R’s – Reading, Writing and Arithmetic. I never really understood that, lol! As an adult, my three R’s are Reuse, Recycle and Repair. As you have seen in previous … Continue reading

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Banish the Binding Blahs!

Every quilter will likely agree that it’s a very rewarding feeling when we get to the binding stage. What a relief; the quilt is almost done! YAY! That’s the feeling my partner, Joe, recently experienced when he finally finished cutting … Continue reading

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Top 5 Convenient features on the Continental M7 Professional

As we know, Janome is all about giving us choices; there’s pretty-much a machine for everyone! One reason we may choose to upgrade to a more advanced, computerized machine, like the Janome Continental M7 Professional is to gain some convenient, … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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Saturday Sewing with Janome which gives you a great opportunity to Practice! Practice! Practice!

Do you need to practice your quilting before you tackle that quilt? Whether it’s walking foot quilting, free motion quilting, or ruler work, it’s a good idea to try it out before you start quilting that special quilt. Most quilters … Continue reading

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Letters from the Long Arm: Batting 101

Did you know there is wrong side of batting?  Batting is just as important in the quilting process as the fabric you choose for your quilt.  My favourite batting is wool.  I will often double layer the batting with a … Continue reading

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Sergers and Quilting: Yes, They Go Together

Hey Quilters, do you have a Serger? I’m in a bunch of online quilting groups and I’m hearing more and more chatter about Sergers and how you can use them in quilting. Did you know you can piece a quilt … Continue reading

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Quilting Textures

I finished the Quilt top, Now What? How do I quilt this beautiful quilt top I’ve just spent hours sewing? This is a very common dilemma most quilters find themselves in. Here are a few questions you should ask yourself before … Continue reading

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Saturday Sewing: Hand Stitched Style Quilt Labels with the M7 Continental

I’ve probably made over 100 quilts, but I could’t give you a solid number. However, I can tell you, of all the quilts I’ve made only 3 have labels on them. I really should have labelled all my quilts! Once … Continue reading

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NEW ONLINE Classes from the Janome Sewing and Learning Centre !

Spring is in the air with a fresh new line-up of ONLINE classes offered direct from the Janome Sewing and Learning Centre! Stay safe and comfortable at home while learning fun new projects and techniques designed to help you get … Continue reading

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