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Transferring purchased My 15000 App to new IPAD

kt4917@...
 

Jim,

 Hoping you can tell me how to download or transfer the three Apps I bought individually and are now listed together in the app store.

Karen


It's easy. Back up your old iPad to either your computer using iTunes, or to iCloud. When you first turn on the new iPad it will ask whether you want to restore from backup. When you do all of your apps will be restored as well as data such as contacts, photos, etc.


Re: janome quilt topper

Ceil J
 

I've seen part of an update to the 15000 (coming soon) which features a redesigned quilting foot.  Not sure why or if it will mean a new hoop too.  I didn't think to ask if it meant a new hoop.  Supposed to come out this month. Whatever it is, it might require a trip to the dealer.... can anyone else add to this?


Re: janome quilt topper

Cheryl Paul
 

Re - Magnetic Clips popping off

Thank you, I knew someone would have a good solution to this problem. Those clips seem like a very good answer to this problem. I still hope that Janome does a fix though.

Cheryl - Saskatoon


Re: janome quilt topper

J Fraker
 

Get yourself four medium size binder clips, clip the quilt onto the hoop between the magnets.  That will help hold everything in place and keep the magnets from popping off.  



From: "Cheryl Paul capaul@... [janome12000]"
To: janome12000@...
Sent: Wednesday, August 2, 2017 12:14 PM
Subject: [janome12000] Re: janome quilt topper

 
I have to clarify something that I think is being missed in this whole thread for the DIME topper and the Janome’s Acufill hoop system. It is NOT because the magnets are not strong enough to hold things in the hoop but because they aren’t able to stay clipped in place because the thickness of the quilt sandwich. I didn’t have as much problem with an ordinary quilt as I did with the baby quilt I made that I put “cuddle” fabric as the backing, a regular cotton batting as the filler and a quilt that had a number of seams that the magnets just didn’t stay on the quilt. I think that they could have been very strong magnets and they still wouldn’t have held because of the thickness and that the “clothes peg” clamp just didn’t have enough space to stay clamped on to the hoop. I had them well and truly clamped on and the ones that popped made drove me mad, but I still had to wrangle the others off as they were magnetized to their location on the quilt.

I just think that there needs to be a better clamp for those hoops, or perhaps 2 sets - maybe a clothes peg type. However, we’d have to convince our Janome Educators that this is a problem as they are our resource ticket to the Janome Company. They use these products in their sampling and obviously just don’t run into the same problems that we “home users” do. Our Canadian lead educator sews LOTS on a daily basis and she has never mentioned having this problem and I did tell her about mine.

Cheryl - Saskatoon



Re: janome quilt toppere

Anne Parker
 

Thanks for the explanation.  I would think if the quilt wasn't near the machine bed but laid on top of the hoop then there would need to be some adjustment in the tension of both top and bottom to form a correct lock stitch without any puckers or loops.

I think I'll just stick with what I've got which to be honest I haven't really used yet.  Just packed my 15000 all away in it's boxes to take to my step-daughters for safe keeping while we are moving (Selling the house, moving stuff into storage, living in the motorhome until we find somewhere in Pembrokeshire - at least the boats there, though not without the adventure of a near force 9 gale, but that's another story! :0))

I will really miss the 15000 and will have to resort to my low end Janome and vintage Vesta Saxonia TS machine which I can fit in the motorhome - I guess it will be refreshing and I will love the 15000 all the more when I get to unpack it again! It's a brilliant machine.

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: janome quilt topper

Cheryl Paul
 

I have to clarify something that I think is being missed in this whole thread for the DIME topper and the Janome’s Acufill hoop system. It is NOT because the magnets are not strong enough to hold things in the hoop but because they aren’t able to stay clipped in place because the thickness of the quilt sandwich. I didn’t have as much problem with an ordinary quilt as I did with the baby quilt I made that I put “cuddle” fabric as the backing, a regular cotton batting as the filler and a quilt that had a number of seams that the magnets just didn’t stay on the quilt. I think that they could have been very strong magnets and they still wouldn’t have held because of the thickness and that the “clothes peg” clamp just didn’t have enough space to stay clamped on to the hoop. I had them well and truly clamped on and the ones that popped made drove me mad, but I still had to wrangle the others off as they were magnetized to their location on the quilt.

I just think that there needs to be a better clamp for those hoops, or perhaps 2 sets - maybe a clothes peg type. However, we’d have to convince our Janome Educators that this is a problem as they are our resource ticket to the Janome Company. They use these products in their sampling and obviously just don’t run into the same problems that we “home users” do. Our Canadian lead educator sews LOTS on a daily basis and she has never mentioned having this problem and I did tell her about mine.

Cheryl - Saskatoon


Re: janome quilt topper

J Fraker
 

It is different because it lays on top of the ASQ hoop.  The idea is that you can reposition the quilt without removing the hoop.  The problem is that the quilt stays on top of the hoop instead of being pushed down into it, so it doesn't work well.  It is okay for designs that don't get near the outer edges of the stitching field, but I found that for large designs, they sometimes distort a little around the outer edges.



From: "Anne Parker lokicat6@... [janome12000]"
To: janome12000@...
Sent: Tuesday, August 1, 2017 9:03 AM
Subject: [janome12000] Re: janome quilt topper

 
I'd not heard of it before but the Janome Quilt Topper is not made by Janome - it is made by DIME - so you could contact them via their website and ask for instructions.

I'm curious to know why you need this as it looks exactly the same as the original inner hoop from Janome that came with my machine?  Does it do something different?  Is it just that the magnets are stronger?

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: S9 bobbin winding

B Diane Landon <publicaddress@...>
 

I too have the S9. How to wind your bobbin starts on page 13, continues on page 14 to bottom of page.  Page 15 tells you how to insert the bobbin in the case. 
B Diane Landon

Sent from my iPad

On Aug 1, 2017, at 8:25 AM, tenquilt@... [janome12000] <janome12000@...> wrote:

 

I'm returning to an old conversation, but the directions given on Pg. 14 (as recommended) only deals with the bobbin in the bobbin case, not winding the bobbin.  Is the only fix directing it with my my fingers?


15000 Serger stitch

kmurphy1@bellsouth.net
 

Does the Janome 15000 have a serger stitch for hemming sleeve on knit short sleeve golfers shirt? Thankyou, Kathy Murphy Kmurphy1@... Sent from my iPad

Yes, in several different styles.


Re: janome quilt topper

J Fraker
 

You just put the plastic piece on top of the hoop (with the quilt in between of course) and use the magnets that came with the DIME hoop.  Stick them in the slots.  I have one, but don't like it.  Because the quilt is too far above the bed of the machine, the quilt itself vibrates and can cause some distortion of the quilting design, especially around the edges.  It's a good idea, but a poor design.



From: "Jill Kenyon jpkenyon@... [janome12000]"
To: janome12000@...
Sent: Monday, July 31, 2017 11:38 PM
Subject: [janome12000] Re: janome quilt topper

 
Gail, are you talking about th Acufil?  If so, you float your quilt sandwich on top of the hoop and use the magnets to hold it in place.  If you're talking about the DIME products I have no clue.  I really like the Acufil.
--
 Write your sorrows in sand . . . .  your blessings in stone.



Re: S9 bobbin winding

Toni Valenstein
 

I'm returning to an old conversation, but the directions given on Pg. 14 (as recommended) only deals with the bobbin in the bobbin case, not winding the bobbin.  Is the only fix directing it with my my fingers?


Re: janome quilt topper

Cat - N
 

It is an 'alternative clamp' system for Janome's Acufil hoops consisting of a thin frame that lays on top of the quilt which is positioned for quilting on certain Janome Acufil hoops, and small but strong magnets to secure the topper to the hoop and hold the quilt in place during ITH quilting. The white Janome magnetic clamps are not used on the ASQ hoops with the DIME topper. 

‎The 'topper' is made by Designs In Machine Embroidery (DIME) and for Janome 15000, and 11000, Acufil hoops ASQ22 and the 5x7 (11000 SE /11000 v.2 update) ...I have not seen any mention of a DIME hoop topper for the 11000/11000 SE v.3 Professional Quilting 7x7 Acufil hoop. 

A search should easily find information and points of sale. 

- Cat 

Sent from my BlackBerry Z10.
Warning:  The foregoing message is likely a combination of what I meant to say and words the nice machine liked better.
From: 'audrey chase' Contessa@... [janome12000]
Sent: Tuesday, August 1, 2017 6:56 AM
To: janome12000@...
Reply To: janome12000@...
Subject: [janome12000] Re: janome quilt topper

 

What’s a Quilt topper please?



Re: janome quilt topper

Anne Parker
 

I'd not heard of it before but the Janome Quilt Topper is not made by Janome - it is made by DIME - so you could contact them via their website and ask for instructions.

I'm curious to know why you need this as it looks exactly the same as the original inner hoop from Janome that came with my machine?  Does it do something different?  Is it just that the magnets are stronger?

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: janome quilt topper

audrey chase <Contessa@...>
 

What’s a Quilt topper please?


Re: janome quilt topper

Kaye Lessard
 

This is not made by Janome
It is made by dime!!
Kaye in la

Sent from my iPhone


Re: janome quilt topper

Jill Kenyon <jpkenyon@...>
 

Gail, are you talking about th Acufil?  If so, you float your quilt sandwich on top of the hoop and use the magnets to hold it in place.  If you're talking about the DIME products I have no clue.  I really like the Acufil.
--
 Write your sorrows in sand . . . .  your blessings in stone.


Re: janome quilt topper

Pixey
 

You lay it on the Quilt in line with the hoop and then use the magnets in the topper slots in the same locations that you used the Janome magnets.  I attended a DIME workshop this past weekend at my dealers and got one at a good discount and they showed me how it works.  So I thought it was worth trying.

Also, I learned that they are coming out with some magnetic SNAP Monster hoops for the Janome 500e.  However, I saw one on the demo machine and was NOT impressed with how they designed their latch mechanism to attach it to the machine.  It is all plastic with a twist latch that locks it onto the pins.  It  looked to me to be a really weak part in the overall design. I think it would vibrate loose in time and not hold securely for long term use.

Pixey

Sent from my iPad

On Jul 31, 2017, at 12:28 PM, gail_menard@... [janome12000] <janome12000@...> wrote:

 

Ok, I just got my Janome Quilt Topper and had expected some instructions with it.  Not even a picture of it in use.  Do I just put it on the hoop and put the magnets like I did with the original?



Gail in FL



Re: janome quilt topper

Gladys Miller
 

Janome falls short when it comes to instructions!  Something they need to improve.  I got a new Skyline S9 and I am just bumbling along!

On Mon, Jul 31, 2017 at 10:28 AM, gail_menard@... [janome12000] <janome12000@...> wrote:
 

Ok, I just got my Janome Quilt Topper and had expected some instructions with it.  Not even a picture of it in use.  Do I just put it on the hoop and put the magnets like I did with the original?



Gail in FL




janome quilt topper

Gail
 

Ok, I just got my Janome Quilt Topper and had expected some instructions with it.  Not even a picture of it in use.  Do I just put it on the hoop and put the magnets like I did with the original?



Gail in FL



Re: Dual feed feet

Jill Kenyon <jpkenyon@...>
 

Thank you.  Will the dual feed still work?

Yes, you will still have operational dual feed. What you won't have is the ability to adjust it using the knob at the right end of the machine. Also keep in mind that many decorative stitches are reverse-cycle stitches, meaning they sew both forward and backward to make the pattern. They may not feed the same in both directions with some fabrics when using dual feed, so you may see some stitch distortion. However there is no danger to the machine doing this. You just need to test what you're going to do on scrap first to make sure it will work as you want.

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