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Re: memory cards from 10 or 11 K

Mary Jo Hirsch
 

Check with a company which duplicates electronic such as dvd to thumb drive or cd’s

On Mon, Jun 24, 2019 at 11:10 AM songnbird via Groups.Io <songnbird=aol.com@groups.io> wrote:
I have 3 memory cards from either the 10K or 11K (not sure which one) and I would like to be able to use these deigns, but have no idea how to get them off the cards. Any thoughts on how to do this?

Linda B near Buffalo, NY

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Re: memory cards from 10 or 11 K

Jim Stutsman
 

If you still have your 11000 you can read them into your computer over the USB cable. Otherwise it's going to be next to impossible to extract the designs because the connector they use is proprietary to Janome and is not available for any external device.

memory cards from 10 or 11 K

songnbird
 

I have 3 memory cards from either the 10K or 11K (not sure which one) and I would like to be able to use these deigns, but have no idea how to get them off the cards. Any thoughts on how to do this?

Linda B near Buffalo, NY

Re: Embroidery help- and a website

Sara
 

Tracy do you have the address that I could go to for the Florian Workbook for stabilizers?  Thank you, Sara


On Jun 23, 2019, at 2:34 AM, Tracy <TJOriginals@...> wrote:

I agree with Jim's comment about the Floriani Workbook re: stabilizers and what to use when.  It's a free download from RNK Distributing.  I've used it often while learning and use floriani stabilizer when I can afford it and other brands when I cannot.
 
As for websites for designs - when you are ready for In The Hoop projects - my favorite site is www.embroiderygarden.com  Reen's projects all have linings and no raw edges, they stitch well and her directions are wonderful.  Take your first one slow and easy, read the instructions and make sure your hoop looks like the one in the photo for each step.  After you do one - you'll be able to do any of them.  Putting a zipper in while doing machine embroidery is loads of fun!

Happy stitching!
Tracy in Nashville, TN
Martha Pullen Licensed Educator

Re: Help with 1200O.

juliadlf.ny@...
 

When I had my 12000 and got that message, I would be sure the sewing plate is seated correctly. Take it off and then back on and be sure to push down so the corner with the sensor is pushed all the way down. Easy to think you've got the plate in correctly and maybe you do but worth checking. Be sure the sensor is also clean of fuzz by cleaning with the lint brush you got with the machine...gently.  I believe the plate sensor on the 12000 was in the upper right hand corner. 

Julia

Re: Embroidery help- and a website

Elizabeth Mccall
 

Thank You ! I went to this web page and chose some free patterns to try out. I have used another sites , but some times the stitches are not really full, this can be true of the Janome built in too . I will try these on 2 GB USB drives on my Janome 15000. Does any one have trouble with the Janome no opening up the USB sometimes ?

On Sun, Jun 23, 2019 at 8:22 AM Tracy <TJOriginals@...> wrote:
I agree with Jim's comment about the Floriani Workbook re: stabilizers and what to use when.  It's a free download from RNK Distributing.  I've used it often while learning and use floriani stabilizer when I can afford it and other brands when I cannot.
 
As for websites for designs - when you are ready for In The Hoop projects - my favorite site is www.embroiderygarden.com  Reen's projects all have linings and no raw edges, they stitch well and her directions are wonderful.  Take your first one slow and easy, read the instructions and make sure your hoop looks like the one in the photo for each step.  After you do one - you'll be able to do any of them.  Putting a zipper in while doing machine embroidery is loads of fun!

Happy stitching!
Tracy in Nashville, TN
Martha Pullen Licensed Educator

 

 

Re: Embroidery help- and a website

Tracy
 

I agree with Jim's comment about the Floriani Workbook re: stabilizers and what to use when.  It's a free download from RNK Distributing.  I've used it often while learning and use floriani stabilizer when I can afford it and other brands when I cannot.
 
As for websites for designs - when you are ready for In The Hoop projects - my favorite site is www.embroiderygarden.com  Reen's projects all have linings and no raw edges, they stitch well and her directions are wonderful.  Take your first one slow and easy, read the instructions and make sure your hoop looks like the one in the photo for each step.  After you do one - you'll be able to do any of them.  Putting a zipper in while doing machine embroidery is loads of fun!

Happy stitching!
Tracy in Nashville, TN
Martha Pullen Licensed Educator

Re: Fringe Foot

Claire Schutz
 

Adding to this, hope everyone knows Janome has started new short videos on You-tube about the machine 15K.  Shows feet as well as parts of the machine. They are very short and to the point.  Putting this along with what Jim and Diane do we all will be in heaven, Claire S.

On 6/21/2019 5:02 PM, Wayne and Karen wrote:
Hello Elizabeth and welcome!   This group in itself Is an amazing resource to help you with your machine and embroidery. In terms of embroidery sites there are so many but the two I probably use most often are: 

Embroidery Library and Kreative Kiwi- 

I find Kreative Kiwi absolutely wonderful because Heather (the designer) provides free designs, has regular $1 sales (irrespective of currency) and I have not had any problems stitching out the designs.  In addition, she includes multiple sizes for each design so you don’t have to worry about what size to buy. I am not affiliated with her in any way, just love the site!

All the best with your embroidery journey on the MC15000. 

Karen


On Sat, 22 Jun 2019 at 12:46 am, Elizabeth Mccall <mountainlady989@...> wrote:
THANKS !   I AM  NEW TO YOUR WEB SITE... TRYING TO GET BETTER AT DOWN LOADING PATTERNS & FILING THEM ON MY COMPUTER.. DO YOU EVER JUST HOOK THE JANOME AND THE COMPUTER TOGETHER TO AVOID DOWNLOADING AND THEN TRANSFER TO A JUMP( FLASH) DRIVE...  ..I HAVE THE JANOME 15000 , BUT NEED TO GET UP TO SPEED ABOUT STABILIZERS AND PLACES TO GET DESIGNS. . WHAT SITES DO YOU RECOMMEND. THANKS AGAIN FOR BEING THERE. !

On Thu, Jun 20, 2019 at 3:42 PM Jim Stutsman via Groups.Io <onlinesewing=icloud.com@groups.io> wrote:
For more information see this page: http://www.onlinesewing.com/footbook.html

It's in the App Store using this link: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/footbook/id455553678?mt=8

Re: Help with 1200O.

Jim Stutsman
 

The 12000 embroidery foot does not actually contact the plate, like other feet do. There is a sensor that detects this, but over time and use it can drift out of alignment a bit. I suspect that they adjust them at the factory on the very edge of tripping, so it doesn't take much for it to get off. It may also be due to a bind in the mechanism. The 11000 had a lot of issues with foot sensor due to the knee lift causing a slight bind in the sensor. It took me several repairs to figure out that the problem was not where the service manual said it was. Unfortunately this will require dealer intervention to fix.

Re: Fringe Foot

Lyn Quine
 

My favourite website is www.secretsof.com so many lovely design from many designers on one website. The have the dollar Sale often where selected designs are a dollar each you just have to browse and find them.

Another is embroidery garden. Disorderly threads on Etsy.

Www.embroiderdesigns.com and many more

Help with 1200O.

peggy barrett
 

i have been having a problem with my 12000.  I keep getting a msg when
sewing to ck if I have the proper foot.  This has happened before and I thought it was fixed.  My friend and I bought our machines at the same time and we are both having this problem.  Peggy

Re: Fringe Foot

Wayne and Karen
 

Hello Elizabeth and welcome!   This group in itself Is an amazing resource to help you with your machine and embroidery. In terms of embroidery sites there are so many but the two I probably use most often are: 

Embroidery Library and Kreative Kiwi- 

I find Kreative Kiwi absolutely wonderful because Heather (the designer) provides free designs, has regular $1 sales (irrespective of currency) and I have not had any problems stitching out the designs.  In addition, she includes multiple sizes for each design so you don’t have to worry about what size to buy. I am not affiliated with her in any way, just love the site!

All the best with your embroidery journey on the MC15000. 

Karen


On Sat, 22 Jun 2019 at 12:46 am, Elizabeth Mccall <mountainlady989@...> wrote:
THANKS !   I AM  NEW TO YOUR WEB SITE... TRYING TO GET BETTER AT DOWN LOADING PATTERNS & FILING THEM ON MY COMPUTER.. DO YOU EVER JUST HOOK THE JANOME AND THE COMPUTER TOGETHER TO AVOID DOWNLOADING AND THEN TRANSFER TO A JUMP( FLASH) DRIVE...  ..I HAVE THE JANOME 15000 , BUT NEED TO GET UP TO SPEED ABOUT STABILIZERS AND PLACES TO GET DESIGNS. . WHAT SITES DO YOU RECOMMEND. THANKS AGAIN FOR BEING THERE. !

On Thu, Jun 20, 2019 at 3:42 PM Jim Stutsman via Groups.Io <onlinesewing=icloud.com@groups.io> wrote:
For more information see this page: http://www.onlinesewing.com/footbook.html

It's in the App Store using this link: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/footbook/id455553678?mt=8

Re: Free-standing lace crochet edging on the 15000

Carolyn Gazerro
 

Freestanding Lace designs. Usually sewn with water soluble stabilizer when rinsed out leaves the “freestanding” lace.

Carolyn 🌹

Re: Free-standing lace crochet edging on the 15000

Wendy Petit
 

Thanks - I did find it after I posted the question.  


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On Friday, June 21, 2019, 02:18:42 PM CDT, Jim Stutsman via Groups.Io <onlinesewing@...> wrote:


You might check out the video on this page: http://www.onlinesewing.com/videos.html
It was made on a 15000.

Re: Free-standing lace crochet edging on the 15000

Jim Stutsman
 

You might check out the video on this page: http://www.onlinesewing.com/videos.html
It was made on a 15000.

Free-standing lace crochet edging on the 15000

Wendy Petit
 

What designs do I use on the 15000 to make a "free-standing" edging that looks like hand crochet to apply to a baby blanket?

Re: Fringe Foot

Elizabeth Mccall
 

Thanks Jim, I do appreciate the quick & very  kind  answer.   i guess i use caps or larger print , as it is easier to for me to read.  I love my JANOME 15000, as it is so quiet,but hope I can get more confident using the embroidery  part of this amazing machine. Thanks again from the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains of Western  North Carolina !   ,


On Fri, Jun 21, 2019 at 11:04 AM Jim Stutsman via Groups.Io <onlinesewing=icloud.com@groups.io> wrote:
Glad to help Elizabeth! Yes, lots of folks do connect their computer directly to the machine. From the 10000 and later it can be done by a USB cable. For the 15000 and Skyline S9 you also have the option of WiFi. You can find a lot of information related to your machine in our My 15000 app. For stabilizers Floriani has a free app that covers their products, but even if you choose other brands it gives good advice on what to use for various projects. I'll leave it to others to recommend design sites, as I have several lifetimes worth of designs already.

One item worthy of note for all list members - writing in all-caps is generally not a good idea, as it makes the text more difficult to read. It's also considered "shouting", since the silent nature of email makes it hard to emphasize something by speaking louder. Unfortunately the Caps-Lock key seems to be very difficult to kill, as it appears on every keyboard. This is curious, since it is probably hit by accident at least 98% of the time!

Re: Fringe Foot

Jim Stutsman
 

Glad to help Elizabeth! Yes, lots of folks do connect their computer directly to the machine. From the 10000 and later it can be done by a USB cable. For the 15000 and Skyline S9 you also have the option of WiFi. You can find a lot of information related to your machine in our My 15000 app. For stabilizers Floriani has a free app that covers their products, but even if you choose other brands it gives good advice on what to use for various projects. I'll leave it to others to recommend design sites, as I have several lifetimes worth of designs already.

One item worthy of note for all list members - writing in all-caps is generally not a good idea, as it makes the text more difficult to read. It's also considered "shouting", since the silent nature of email makes it hard to emphasize something by speaking louder. Unfortunately the Caps-Lock key seems to be very difficult to kill, as it appears on every keyboard. This is curious, since it is probably hit by accident at least 98% of the time!

Re: Fringe Foot

Elizabeth Mccall
 

THANKS !   I AM  NEW TO YOUR WEB SITE... TRYING TO GET BETTER AT DOWN LOADING PATTERNS & FILING THEM ON MY COMPUTER.. DO YOU EVER JUST HOOK THE JANOME AND THE COMPUTER TOGETHER TO AVOID DOWNLOADING AND THEN TRANSFER TO A JUMP( FLASH) DRIVE...  ..I HAVE THE JANOME 15000 , BUT NEED TO GET UP TO SPEED ABOUT STABILIZERS AND PLACES TO GET DESIGNS. . WHAT SITES DO YOU RECOMMEND. THANKS AGAIN FOR BEING THERE. !


On Thu, Jun 20, 2019 at 3:42 PM Jim Stutsman via Groups.Io <onlinesewing=icloud.com@groups.io> wrote:
For more information see this page: http://www.onlinesewing.com/footbook.html

It's in the App Store using this link: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/footbook/id455553678?mt=8

Re: MB7 embroidery machine

Vikki Youngmeyer
 

I like Sew What Pro from S&S Computing for $65. I’ve used this program since 2007 and have had no issues with conversion except if the original was done for Bernina (that’s a strange beast!) The design comes thru but the colors are screwed in most cases. Disney designs are the worst conversions.

 

Vikki

Houston, TX

 

From: onlinesewing-janome@groups.io <onlinesewing-janome@groups.io> On Behalf Of Cindy Sipp
Sent: Thursday, June 20, 2019 7:22 AM
To: onlinesewing-janome@groups.io
Subject: [onlinesewing-janome] MB7 embroidery machine

 

I am looking for insight on what type of Program/software I need to reformat all of my Viking embroidery designs to the JEF files.

 

Also needing input of software/