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Adjusting stitch density ...? Seam guide ...? Touch screen ...?

Pru Joy
 

I can see on AcuDesign that the stitch density is automatically adjusted when you change the size of the design to fit a different hoop.  However I am not sure if this also applies when changing the size of a design on the mc15000 ... Does it readjust the stitch density?

Plus I am wondering when using the embroidery arm seam guide if anyone else has found that the fabric can take up a millimetre or two of the seam allowance (depending on its thickness).  I have to adjust it for that before sewing the seam.

And yes Anne I also have been hesitant to use the sharp end of the screen stylus on the screen.  I usually use the rounded end or my knuckle if I feel my fingertip is a bit too moist.

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Re: A gift for the group

sallyhsews
 

Thank you so much for the coaster designs and for all you and Diane do for us.  Not having a local dealer your help has been very important to me.  Thanks again and Merry Christmas to all.
Sally from FL

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Thank you so much for the coaster design! Trouble downloading.

paularmcl@...
 

Hi Jim and Diane, as a fairly new member of this group, I have so appreciated all the help and advice from you and all the contributors. 

I have downloaded the instructions for the coasters but cannot seem to get the actual design. My screen keeps coming up blank. Any ideas?


Filled with ideas, most of them ridiculous, Jim says:

If your browser doesn't want to download it then right click on the link for the design and choose "Save file As".


Re: A gift for the group

Andrea LaVergne
 

Jim and Diane, thank you for your wonderful gift. You two are amazingly generous. Have a Merry Christmas.
Andrea -Lafayette, CA


15000 update

dawsewmad
 

Hi Jim, when I click on the exe file to send the file to the usb stitch for my machine it tells me that the verup.inf file is missing and it won,t download onto my stick.I see that in the prog folder it has the same files as in the exe, would it be alright to copy and use these? I have downloaded from the Janome site 3 times and get the same message each time.

Dawn 


Download 3 times but cut once - maybe that doesn't apply here - so Jim says:

It sounds like you are trying to open the EXE file from inside the zip file that you downloaded. Windows probably told you that some of the needed files would not be available when you did that. Create a folder on your desktop. Then drag EVERYTHING from the zip file into that folder. Then double click the EXE file and you should be able to get a usable update USB drive.


Re: Artistic Edge group

bluebellwrangler@...
 

I belong to one.  Let me see how I can show it to you.

Well, I can't get it to show up here, so search for Janome Artistic Edge Digital Cutter.  If that doesn't work, it looks like I can add someone to the list for approval.  Tell me how you show up on Facebook or the email address you want to use, and I will add you.

Carol



Re: A gift for the group

Cheryl Paul
 

Jim & Diane,  I wish you a very Blessed, Joyous Christmas and the Best in the New Year to your whole family.  Thank you for the coaster designs.  I will be trying those very soon.

Cheryl - Saskatoon 


Re: A gift for the group

cas <cas@...>
 

Oh, I see them now, pretty, and so useful all year round, thanks Jim and Diane!
Cas
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Re: A gift for the group

Debra Vanderkolk
 

Thank you so much, Diane and Jim!  You are the best!!

Deby

Sent from my iPad

On Dec 20, 2015, at 12:45 PM, jim.stutsman@... [janome12000] <janome12000@...> wrote:

 

In appreciation for your membership and support Diane has prepared a gift for you. This project is done in the SQ23 hoop on the 12000 or 15000. We hope you will enjoy it.


 


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Madeline Burgoon
 

Thank you, Jim and Diane.  I value all the information that you give us.


Re: Diane's Gift to the group - important update

Marsha
 

Thank you and Diane for the gift. I must have been one of the lucky ones. Got mine last night.
 
Merry Christmas to both of you and a very big thank you.
Marsha Ryan
 

Sent: Monday, December 21, 2015 10:34 AM
Subject: [janome12000] Diane's Gift to the group - important update
 
 

Oscar Wilde said "No good deed goes unpunished" and he couldn't have been more right! I just got an email from Dropbox saying that access to my public folder has been suspended due to excessive traffic. As a result I have moved the files to a server that is not free, but is also unlimited. Here are the new links:


Instructions:

https://s3.amazonaws.com/online-sewing/Coasters+in+the+Hoop.pdf

 

Design:

 
Zip file containing both of the above (Please use this if you are on a computer, as it costs us less):
 

 


Re: A gift for the group

mssewsue@...
 

I cannot get it to open 

Please note the new location of the files due to Dropbox suspending my public account. 
For access with a computer: 
https://s3.amazonaws.com/online-sewing/Coasters_in_the_Hoop.zip https://s3.amazonaws.com/online-sewing/Coasters_in_the_Hoop.zip 



For access from iPad: 
https://s3.amazonaws.com/online-sewing/Coasters+in+the+Hoop.pdf https://s3.amazonaws.com/online-sewing/Coasters+in+the+Hoop.pdf 

https://s3.amazonaws.com/online-sewing/Coasters+in+the+hoop.jpx https://s3.amazonaws.com/online-sewing/Coasters+in+the+hoop.jpx (Open in AcuEdit or AcuDesign) 


Re: Diane's Gift to the group - important update

Nicole Schmidt-Nutt
 

Thank you Jim and Diane for this gift.

Sent from my Verizon Wireless 4G LTE DROID

On Dec 21, 2015 10:34 AM, "jim.stutsman@... [janome12000]" <janome12000@...> wrote:
 

Oscar Wilde said "No good deed goes unpunished" and he couldn't have been more right! I just got an email from Dropbox saying that access to my public folder has been suspended due to excessive traffic. As a result I have moved the files to a server that is not free, but is also unlimited. Here are the new links:


Instructions: 

https://s3.amazonaws.com/online-sewing/Coasters+in+the+Hoop.pdf


Design: 


Zip file containing both of the above (Please use this if you are on a computer, as it costs us less):

 


Diane's Gift to the group - important update

Jim Stutsman
 

Oscar Wilde said "No good deed goes unpunished" and he couldn't have been more right! I just got an email from Dropbox saying that access to my public folder has been suspended due to excessive traffic. As a result I have moved the files to a server that is not free, but is also unlimited. Here are the new links:


Instructions: 

https://s3.amazonaws.com/online-sewing/Coasters+in+the+Hoop.pdf


Design: 


Zip file containing both of the above (Please use this if you are on a computer, as it costs us less):

 


Re: A gift for the group

vicki chrobak
 

Diana & jim, Thank you for the gift. I know how long it takes to digitize these. Can't wait to stitch out. Vicki Jo --- This email has been checked for viruses by Avast antivirus software. https://www.avast.com/antivirus

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Artistic Edge group

Janice Mawhiney
 

Hi
Recently someone mentioned a yahoo group for artistic edge users. I have not been able to find it but I am interested in it. Does anyone know what I should use as search terms?
Many thanks
Janice



Re: A gift for the group

Terry L
 

I'm a new 12000 owner, and only using it for basic things right now.
But I so much appreciate this group and everything I'm learning.  As I start to
broaden my "Horizons" in using the machine I feel like I am more prepared by reading everyone
else's adventures.  And I so enjoy reading Jim's comments and replays.
Thank you Jim & Diane!
Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays everyone! 
Terry

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From: "jim.stutsman@... [janome12000]"
To: janome12000@...
Sent: Sunday, December 20, 2015 12:45 PM
Subject: [janome12000] A gift for the group

 
In appreciation for your membership and support Diane has prepared a gift for you. This project is done in the SQ23 hoop on the 12000 or 15000. We hope you will enjoy it.

 



Re: A gift for the group

Charlene Kay Bergren
 

Thank you for the beautiful coaster patterns – love making coaster as they are such great gifts for so many folks.  And, a great BIG THANK YOU for all your great help and explanation of questions asked by those of us in this group.  I keep so many of them for future reference as it seems I can’t quite “recall” information like I used to – am suspicious it is an “age” problem, but do hate to admit it – LOL.
 
Wishing you, Jim and Diane and all members of this group a very Merry Christmas and a Wonderful New Year.   The best is yet to come!

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Re: A gift for the group

Flossie Schayah
 

Thank you so much for the coaster project. I really appreciate all your work all year long in guiding this group. Merry Christmas and have a Wonderful New Year!
Flossie

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Embroidery arm

cnystul in Mn.
 

Jim yesterday as I was finishing up with some embroidery I went to shut down the 11000 and as the embroidery arm was to close it made a terrible noise like grinding and didn't close. So I shut down the machine and retried again to close down the embroidery arm but nothing happened. Now the lever on the side to close just doesn't do anything. The lever just feels like loose no pressure on it to close. What do you suppose is going on? I can still use the arm but just can't close the arm. Thank you...Cathy     Oh and thank you Jim and Diane for the coasters...my after Christmas project.


Making a terrible noise, Jim says:

Something is preventing the carriage from returning to home position. It could be a pin that fell into the carriage, accumulated lint or something else. You won't be able to close the arm until it is in "Home" position, so you may need to make a very careful trip to your dealer, as it likely will require opening the carriage to diagnose and fix.

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