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Carole O'Mara
 

Is a 40wt (Superior King Tut) thread too heavy to use to quilt a small quilt using Acufil (stipple design)?  Label says:  Use topstitch #90/14.  Is that needle too large to use for an Acufil design?  I've only used 50wt in the past, but this is a perfect color for the quilt.  

Thanks so much,
Carole - Colorado Springs


Re: Using a USB extension cord

Meryl Margolies
 


Re: Question

Jim Stutsman
 

For security purposes the list software obscures part of email addresses. To respond to Marilyn's post about her 15000 for sale email her using this address with the blank spaces removed: sewnqlt21842 @ gmail.com


Re: Question

LindaB 1
 

Interested ! Tried emailing but the email addres is only partial. Where are you from?
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LindaB


Re: Happy Sewer

Theresa Lindal
 



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I found the picture on google that was cute.  


Re: Happy Sewer

Randi Kemper
 

I would like to know that too!
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Randi Kemper
Magical Machine Embroidery


Re: Happy Sewer

Jim Stutsman
 

Photos are easiest to add if you make your post from the group website: https://groups.io/g/onlinesewing-janome
You just click the photo icon in the message window and upload them.


Re: Happy Sewer

bhd02@...
 

I'm new at the photo add so not sure if it went. At first two photos were so large I deleted them, then tried adding them as an attachment. It disappeared, so will wait until tomorrow to see if they're approved. The bag is a pattern called Beatle Bag. I removed the bulky closure and replaced it with a simple strap. Maybe someone can advise on the photo adds. Thnx.


Re: Happy Sewer

bhd02@...
 

The manual lists it as 859835101. The zipper foot is 859838001. See page 3.


Re: Happy Sewer

mkeegan651
 

What number is the dual feed foot please.


Re: Happy Sewer

Theresa Lindal
 

Good news, I have not used those feet yet, so just learning quilting and binding.  Do you have a picture of the bag? If not I will just try it out.  Have had my machine for four years and still haven"t used it like I should have.  Not enough hours in the day, that didn't come with the machine, have to talk to Janome.  Thanks

Theresa

On Fri, Jan 11, 2019 at 10:23 AM <bhd02@...> wrote:
I've discovered the small dual feed foot, used it on the application of binding on a sewing bag. It had to go over thick vinyl straps and didn't even flinch. One of the reasons I purchased the 15000 was the dual feed. It is so smooth and easy to install. The extra light also comes in handy, especially when having to remove tiny stitches.


Re: Happy Sewer

HEATHER COWAN
 

I also just used this foot after having the machine three years.  Wow .... I love it.  This machine has so many lovely features.   Short of having stitch regulator and positioning camera ...... what could Janome add. [AccuSetter works but. ... ]
Hugs
Heather

On Jan 11, 2019, at 08:23, bhd02@... wrote:

I've discovered the small dual feed foot, used it on the application of binding on a sewing bag. It had to go over thick vinyl straps and didn't even flinch. One of the reasons I purchased the 15000 was the dual feed. It is so smooth and easy to install. The extra light also comes in handy, especially when having to remove tiny stitches.


Happy Sewer

bhd02@...
 

I've discovered the small dual feed foot, used it on the application of binding on a sewing bag. It had to go over thick vinyl straps and didn't even flinch. One of the reasons I purchased the 15000 was the dual feed. It is so smooth and easy to install. The extra light also comes in handy, especially when having to remove tiny stitches.


Re: Question

Cheryl Paul
 

I think that you will be lucky to be allowed $3000 for your 12000. I traded my 12000 even up for an Elna 860 which was $2,885 - less than $3000 and this was 3 years ago. The 12000 is already 7-8 years old in technology. Why not wait until fall and see if a new machine is launched, then you would be right up to date in technology.

You’d be better to pay cash and sell your 12000 privately on eBay or some other internet selling site.

Cheryl - Saskatoon


Re: Sale items

Jim Stutsman
 

No worries - it's my error, as I did not realize that there would be others who want to sell items. My goal is to achieve a path for selling items, while not cluttering up the list for those who are only interested in content. I think the database will do the job. Please abandon any guilt you may have!


Re: Sale items

juliadlf.ny@...
 

Jim: I'm so sorry this has turned into becoming a path to Craig's List. 
When I originally requested if I could post in the group I thought I would be the one person trying to sell off excessive
items from things I purchased when I had the 12000. I'll be removing my original post.
You and Diane do so much for the group as moderator and answering questions.
Thank you 
Julia


Re: items for sale

Jim Stutsman
 

I have been a member of this group for quite a while.  First Janome I bought was the 9000 and then upgraded to every new machine.  Stopped at the 12000 as my mother passed away and left me $’s to purchase it.  I’m getting old and don’t want another embroidery machine—very happy with the 12000,  A year ago I bought an iPad (iOS 11) and purchased Acu Design, Edit and Monitor; and the FootBook.  But this was my first Apple product—it’s too much of a learning curve for me.  Jim told me I could sell it here and could keep these programs on it.  My info has been deleted and am ready to sell the iPad.  I‘m asking $250 which includes the programs and the cover I bought. (I am open to offers.)

Happy Sewing,

Jan Driscoll

Concord, CA

925 682-3643

jandriscoll@...


Sale items

Jim Stutsman
 

It seems we are on a path to become Craig’s List for sewing equipment. I’ve got one more “For Sale” post to approve, but I am requesting that from here on out that all items for sale be entered in the database. To do that:
1. Log into the group website: https://groups.io/g/onlinesewing-janome/topics

2. Click “Databases” in the left column.

3. Click the “It’s for Sale” database.

4. Click the “Add Row” button and enter your information in the form.

5. When your item is sold repeat steps 1-3 and delete your row.

Thanks so much!


Re: New Member

Cat - N
 

Hi, and welcome.  I thought the upgrade to v.3 QuiltMaker was worth it. It cost less than $150, and came with feet and the HP needle plate.  I have paid more for fewer presser feet, to be honest, and there was a software upgrade for it, too.  To get the upgrade, (and the threader replaced...which was warranty), I just made an appointment with the dealer from whom I purchased my 15000, took the machine to them, and in less than an hour, they called me to say it was ready to be picked up.  They did all the 'paperwork' for Janome after the upgrade, and before I could drive back to the dealer, Janome had emailed me the link to update Horizon Link Suite on my PC, which I did, once I got back home.

- Cat



Re: New Member

mkeegan651
 

Thank you so much for your comments. I am sure I will learn a lot from your all.

I have a Janome 15000 and it is a wonderful machine.  Thinking of getting the upgrade. (Not sure what to do) It is very expensive. 
Has anyone done the upgrade and if so do you think it is worth getting.
Look forward to your comments.

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