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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; … Continue reading

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It’s all in the details – the Janome Piping Foot

When you want to add a little splash of colour, add a distinctive decorative flair, or add a more professional, couture-like finish to your sewing project, consider adding a row of piping before stitching your seams. Of course, this is … 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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Sew4Home on Tutto bags and cases

Doesn’t your machine deserve to get out and about?! By: Liz Johnson, Senior Editor, Sew4Home.com No doubt your sewing machine has a special space in your home. Maybe a whole room of its own, maybe just a small table in … 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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Rainbow Patchwork Half Apron Pattern from Sew4Home!!

We are so excited to share with you a whole new Canada Exclusive Project from Sew4Home. A Rainbow Patchwork Half Apron!! This project is perfect for a beginner sewist or someone who wants to explore the world of patchwork! A … 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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Hem like the Pros with your Janome CoverPro machine!

As with any task, having a dedicated tool; piece of equipment or machine at the ready definitely speeds up your time and efficiency – and your overall enjoyment of the project. In the kitchen, you might have a food processor … Continue reading

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Sew4Home Mini Sewing tips: How to use a twin needle

 The way to get perfectly even, super close, double rows of stitching is to use a twin needle. If you’re someone who thinks twin needles are way too complicated, you’re in for a very pleasant surprise: twice the stitching is half as hard as you might … Continue reading

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