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Sew4Home MINI TIP Buttonholes!

How to Make a Machine Buttonhole: Automatic and Four-Step Most of us understand how to sew on a button. Pretty easy and not scary at all. But buttonholes are a whole different matter. At the end of your project, after you’ve put … Continue reading

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Sew4Home Mini Sewing Tips – Arrow Sewing Chairs!

Arrow Chairs – Sew4Home Mini ReviewHave a seat. Let’s chat for a moment about your sewing set-up. As you sit, think about whether or not you’re comfortable. Is your back well supported? Is the height of your chair appropriate for the … Continue reading

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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, … Continue reading

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Sew4Home Mini Sewing Tips – Narrow Hem with a Neat Corner

How to Make a Narrow Hem with a Neat Corner Finishing the corners when you’re making a narrow hem can be a challenge. Making a perfect 90˚ fold at each corner is one option, and often will work just fine. However, it … Continue reading

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Let’s revisit one of the popular feet: Janome Border Guide Foot

One aspect of my job which I dearly love is to travel around to the various Janome dealerships to give presentations (when safe to do so) on all things Janome and to connect with you all on social media, namely … Continue reading

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MINI SEWING TIPS FROM SEW4HOME: Measuring and Converting.

Measuring Tape Marks & Yardage Conversion FOUR Handy Printable Charts from Sew4Home They always say, “it’s the little things.” And in sewing, that is very often the case, because little details can make a big difference as can new (or … Continue reading

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More projects from Sew4Home to inspire you to “sew up a storm” with your Janome!

Full project instructions included on http://www.janome.ca .……keep reading. Beginner Friendly Tote Bags + Janome 234 Beginner friendly for sure, but the style is so cute and classic, anyone can have fun creating one or both. You’ll learn about and make: … Continue reading

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Sew4Home Mini Sewing Tips: How to Make a Blind Hem

A blind hem is exactly what it sounds like: a hem with stitches you can barely see. It’s perfect for window coverings, the hem at the bottom of a garment, or anywhere you want a clean finished edge. For many people, especially those just starting their … Continue reading

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Keep calm and sew on!

OK, first up: please read the update to the post earlier today about sewing a fabric face mask. We have removed the content and ask that you proceed with caution after reading our update. Our apologies that our best intentions … Continue reading

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Foot of the Month: Janome Border Guide Foot

One aspect of my job which I dearly love is to travel around to the various Janome dealerships to give presentations on all things Janome; or, as I put it, “to share the Janome love.” It’s such a joy for … Continue reading

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