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Wash Away Stabilizer

Mary A Rease <bigmary@...>
 

Join the yahoo group anembroideredaffair. There you can buy just about anything cheaper than anywhere else. Carolyn also charges EXACTLY what it costs for her to send it to you.

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On 7/18/2017 9:47 AM, Connie Conartist1945@... [janome12000] wrote:
 
I do hundreds of followers and I use vilene. (2 layers) you can get it at Amazon
Connie from Mass

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Re: Wash Away Stabilizer

Patricia Ward
 

Over the years I have used Solvy, dissolving laundry bags ( circa 9000),  Badgemaster, and Vilene.

Badgemaster is a heavier Solvy -it is almost the thickness of a window covering plastic.   It works well for some things...  BUT it does have an element of stretch to it if your design is small compared to the hoop size.   For example; I was doing a Starbird FSL hummingbird sun catcher and each time I got to one area of the final satin stitch around it, my stitching would start to stall and loop. I was using my 15000 and the standard hoop with one layer of Badgemaster.   I was so sure it was the design so I tried it on my 11000 in the 4x4 hoop and it stitched perfectly.   So off I went with my 15000 and the Badgemaster, the design, the thread, the hoop to talk to my techie.  Well he was having the same problem but didn't think it was the tension because it was only that one area... well lo and behold we looked very carefully at the design as it was almost finished and we could see where that almost finished section was pulling on the stabilizer and that was throwing off the stitching.   So he suggested I use two layers if I wanted to use that hoop... or better yet, use two layers of Vilene because it wouldn't stretch.  

So lesson learned that Badgemaster the heavier Solvy will stretch when pulled by a column of satin stitches.  

I have used Vilene many times and I really do like it.  It is also called washaway stabilizer by, I think Floriani and Nancy's Notions as well as OESD.  I will hunt around to get the best price for the yardage length and the width of the roll.  It all will dissolve the same way.

Do a search on line for washaway stabilizer and you will get many hits... then price shop. In my experiences it is all the same stuff. 


HTH

Pat 


On Jul 17, 2017, at 1:06 PM, 'Cas' cas@... [janome12000] <janome12000@...> wrote:

 

A friend says she uses Romeo wash away when embroidering FSL inserts for her tops.  She’s in Europe though, and I don’t see it for sale here. 

 

I’m wondering if anyone has suggestions for a good stabilizer to use that will wash away easily and entirely.  I have really sensitive skin so I’m wondering if I can even wear a FSL insert.  Any suggestions?

  ;

I would appreciate any marvelous tips for the FSL too.  I did a butterfly for a quilt but it was quite dense.  This might be a more flimsy design.

Cas





Re: Janome S 3 or S5

Liz Borgman
 

I have a jenome S7.to take around for my portable sewing machine. Dearly love it. We feet that I have for my larger machine fits both

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On Jul 17, 2017, at 10:19 PM, donna631@... [janome12000] <janome12000@...> wrote:

 

I have the Janome Style 100, but the lighting is terrible for me. and a few more things I wished it had. I use it to sew at a friends house every 3 months or so. We sew 5 to 6 hrs at a time.

I like something that is enjoyable to sew on. My other 2 machine's are to heavy to take over and go up my friends stairs. Don't want to spend to much maybe $1000.00 the most.


I have a Bernina and Brother. 


Does anyone have good advice to pick that had good lighting, needle up and down and if possible Knee lift.

This is my first Janome and do like it that little machine had a good motor and solid.


Thank You,

Donna


Re: Minky

Norma Carson <norma7750@...>
 

no need for stabilizer if you r quilting in the hoop.


On Jul 17, 2017, at 4:43 PM, Maria Morrow mariamorrowquilter@... [janome12000] <janome12000@...> wrote:

Hello All,

I have a quilt top in cotton and minky on the back. What stabilizer would you use? Does it go on the back (under the minky?

Thanks for suggestions. 

Maria 



Re: Wash Away Stabilizer

Connie <Conartist1945@...>
 

I do hundreds of followers and I use vilene. (2 layers) you can get it at Amazon
Connie from Mass

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On Jul 17, 2017, at 1:06 PM, 'Cas' cas@... [janome12000] <janome12000@...> wrote:

 

A friend says she uses Romeo wash away when embroidering FSL inserts for her tops.  She’s in Europe though, and I don’t see it for sale here. 

 

I’m wondering if anyone has suggestions for a good stabilizer to use that will wash away easily and entirely.  I have really sensitive skin so I’m wondering if I can even wear a FSL insert.  Any suggestions?

  ;

I would appreciate any marvelous tips for the FSL too.  I did a butterfly for a quilt but it was quite dense.  This might be a more flimsy design.

Cas


Janome S 3 or S5

donna631@...
 

I have the Janome Style 100, but the lighting is terrible for me. and a few more things I wished it had. I use it to sew at a friends house every 3 months or so. We sew 5 to 6 hrs at a time.

I like something that is enjoyable to sew on. My other 2 machine's are to heavy to take over and go up my friends stairs. Don't want to spend to much maybe $1000.00 the most.


I have a Bernina and Brother. 


Does anyone have good advice to pick that had good lighting, needle up and down and if possible Knee lift.

This is my first Janome and do like it that little machine had a good motor and solid.


Thank You,

Donna


Minky

Maria Morrow <mariamorrowquilter@...>
 

Hello All,

I have a quilt top in cotton and minky on the back. What stabilizer would you use? Does it go on the back (under the minky?

Thanks for suggestions.

Maria


Re: Digitizer V4.5H

bltrailroad1 <no_reply@...>
 

Thank you to everyone. The fix, for me, was the OS compatibility kit with Windows 10. Nothing else touched the problem.
I would be lost without the help of others in this group. Thanks, again.
Dorothy


Wash Away Stabilizer

Cas <cas@...>
 

A friend says she uses Romeo wash away when embroidering FSL inserts for her tops.  She’s in Europe though, and I don’t see it for sale here. 

 

I’m wondering if anyone has suggestions for a good stabilizer to use that will wash away easily and entirely.  I have really sensitive skin so I’m wondering if I can even wear a FSL insert.  Any suggestions?

 

I would appreciate any marvelous tips for the FSL too.  I did a butterfly for a quilt but it was quite dense.  This might be a more flimsy design.

Cas


Re: Digitizer V4.5H

Virginia
 

Do not uninstall. I have windows 10 and version 5. The last update damaged the hasp driver update and I contacted dell and they had to uninstall the driver and went to microsoft to download an updated driver. Perhaps going to microsoft and see if there is an updated driver and download that. If that does not work perhaps your local tech or contact janome they may be able to help.



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From: "Anne Parker lokicat6@... [janome12000]" <janome12000@...>
Date: 7/17/17 3:19 AM (GMT-05:00)
To: janome12000@...
Subject: [janome12000] Re: Digitizer V4.5H

 

Hi Dorothy

I'm on Windows 10 and on MBX V4.5H 2 Oct 2015 (301-6937).  I'm up to date on updates and everything is working fine, so I can't be specific about which or what update may have caused your issue.

However you can uninstall updates - though your system will eventually install them at a later date - or you could try system restore to an earlier time if you have system restore turned on.

To get to the uninstall window - if you are not familiar - click on the notification icon at right of the system tray at the bottom of your screen, select All Settings, select Windows Update on the left, select Update History, select Uninstall Updates and you will get a list of the updates, select the update you want to install, right click and select Uninstall.

I've never had to do this so obviously it's up to you if you want to go this way.

If you do a system restore or do the uninstall you could then stay off-line to get your things finished, provided of course your MBX then works though again that can't be guaranteed.

There is also a way to permanently uninstall and ignore updates, but I've never tried it and I personally would not recommend it.

Additionally you can set Windows to say you are on a metered connection, in which case I believe it will not download updates until you allow it to, though again I have never tried it.

Hope you get sorted soon.
​​

Anne
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it is still a beautiful world. Be cheerful. Strive to be happy." Max Ehrmann


Re: Digitizer V4.5H

maggie cooper
 

y, I have just uploaded a PDF to the group files area called Hasp problems, I give 3 solutions to correcting the problem you have met. Actually one was sent to my digitising group by a member, but at least one of the solutions will solve your dilemma.
Maggie Cooper uk.

Many thanks Mags, you're a gem!


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Re: Digitizer V4.5H

Anne Parker
 

Hi Dorothy

I'm on Windows 10 and on MBX V4.5H 2 Oct 2015 (301-6937).  I'm up to date on updates and everything is working fine, so I can't be specific about which or what update may have caused your issue.

However you can uninstall updates - though your system will eventually install them at a later date - or you could try system restore to an earlier time if you have system restore turned on.

To get to the uninstall window - if you are not familiar - click on the notification icon at right of the system tray at the bottom of your screen, select All Settings, select Windows Update on the left, select Update History, select Uninstall Updates and you will get a list of the updates, select the update you want to install, right click and select Uninstall.

I've never had to do this so obviously it's up to you if you want to go this way.

If you do a system restore or do the uninstall you could then stay off-line to get your things finished, provided of course your MBX then works though again that can't be guaranteed.

There is also a way to permanently uninstall and ignore updates, but I've never tried it and I personally would not recommend it.

Additionally you can set Windows to say you are on a metered connection, in which case I believe it will not download updates until you allow it to, though again I have never tried it.

Hope you get sorted soon.
​​

Anne
www.sewingtales.wordpress.com

https://www.flickr.com/photos/94302460@N03/sets/

"With all its sham, drudgery and broken dreams,
it is still a beautiful world. Be cheerful. Strive to be happy." Max Ehrmann


Re: Digitizer V4.5H

bltrailroad1 <no_reply@...>
 

Thank you for such a quick reply. I have opened the site but I don't see the Windows dongle to download. Would you be able to walk me through the steps?
Dorothy


Digitizer V4.5H

bltrailroad1 <no_reply@...>
 

Windows 10 has installed an update that has caused an issue with Digitizer. I have asked Jim, the "All Knowing", and his fix, Revert or Stop Crashing, did not work. The message I get is "Unable to open HASP Run-time (E0009)

I called Janome Tech, but have heard nothing from them and can find nothing on any site to help.

I am in the middle of finishing projects for my daughter's Bridal Shower for this Saturday. does anyone have a suggestion for me?

Thanks, Dorothy


Try installing the Windows 10 dongle driver: http://www.janome.co.jp/e/e_downloads/digitizerdongle_v45.html

It should already have been installed, as you were using MBX with Windows 10 previously, but installing it again may undo the damage done by Windows Update.


the Horizon 12000 and MAC computers

Lynda Lu Gibb
 

Did I see posting regarding the Mac. computers and the 12000 previously? Could someone let me know please.


This may be the post you are looking for: https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/janome12000/conversations/messages/20217



Re: Magnets popping off the AcuFil Hoop

Cat - N
 

I just got my DIME toppers delivered this morning and the magnets are ‎quite strong for their size...strong enough to give you quite a little pinch if you  get the edge of a finger caught between two of them. LOL. I fiddled with the topper for the ASQ22 hoop since it is out but not the 11000's Acufil hoop, but much as I'd like to play with it right now, I will not be able to try it out with a quilt for a little while because I am trying to finish some projects before a baby is born.  The magnets are easy to set and not difficult to remove from the hoop...I just pushed them over with my thumbs and they came right off with nothing hooped. They are harder to separate from each other. 

Thank you for the description of the strength of the magnets...it is a very good description.    

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From: Faviola Martinez favymtz@... [janome12000]
Sent: Friday, July 14, 2017 9:07 AM


 

Cas, re the strength of the magnets, how is a person supposed to describe the strength? If I were to try to, I'd say on a scale of 1 to 5, 5 being the strongest, and if the ASQ magnets are a 1, then the DIME magnets are about a 4.
They are quite strong, when they stick together they're kind of hard to pull apart.



Re: Magnets popping off the AcuFil Hoop

Cas <cas@...>
 

That’s a very good description!  Thanks a lot.  “hard to pull apart” really helps.  I have several types of magnets here and some I can barely separate, and others practically fall apart.  Also, we now know they are about 3x stronger than the weak ones on our AQS hoop.

J

Cas

 

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Sent: Friday, July 14, 2017 5:45 AM
To: janome12000@...
Subject: [janome12000] Re: Magnets popping off the AcuFil Hoop

 

 

Cas, re the strength of the magnets, how is a person supposed to describe the strength? If I were to try to, I'd say on a scale of 1 to 5, 5 being the strongest, and if the ASQ magnets are a 1, then the DIME magnets are about a 4.

They are quite strong, when they stick together they're kind of hard to pull apart.


Re: Magnets popping off the AcuFil Hoop

favymtz
 

Cas, re the strength of the magnets, how is a person supposed to describe the strength? If I were to try to, I'd say on a scale of 1 to 5, 5 being the strongest, and if the ASQ magnets are a 1, then the DIME magnets are about a 4.
They are quite strong, when they stick together they're kind of hard to pull apart.


Re: Magnets popping off the AcuFil Hoop

carol caseber <ccaseber@...>
 

Lefties roll the magnets from the other side🙃


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On Wednesday, July 12, 2017, 11:30 PM, Patricia Ward ward.pm@... [janome12000] wrote:

 

Thanks, Martie, I will try that.  I tend to snap them down over.

Pat

On Wed, Jul 12, 2017 at 5:36 PM, mjdutro@... [janome12000] <janome12000@...> wrote:


I have never had the AcuFil magnets pop off and I think I know why.

You have to hold the plastic template firmly in place with one hand  while you roll the magnet from the inner side of the hoop to the outside.

I taught this method to my thirteen YO GD and she did an entire bed sized quilt without a pop-off.

Martie in CA




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