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Re: Embroidery help- and a website - USB's

Pat
 

Thank you Tracy.  I am sure I'll be able to format the USB now.  I have read the manual, somehow I missed this.  I have also been looking on-line.  I appreciate your help, thanks again.

Pat

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On Tue, Jun 25, 2019 at 4:17 PM Tracy <TJOriginals@...> wrote:
Pat-
To format a USB you should find the info on your machine under the Settings tab. Open it and look at the Embroidery settings. You may have to change pages to find the Format area. Put a blank USB stick in the machine before you turn it on. Then find Settings, Embroidery, Format. This should be in your owners manual also so look at the Settings info probably near the front of the book. I am not where I can look at a manual. Sorry.

Yes, it you format a USB that has designs on it, you lose them so be sure you have them stored elsewhere. When the USB is formatted, it puts a folder on it where the machine looks for designs and where you will copy/paste them to from your computer. Only put copies of designs on the USB.  Only use a 2gb or less stick.  Anything outside the folder will not be "seen" by the machine.  The machine looks at ALL the designs in the folder when you first open it on the machine. The more designs you have on the stick, the longer it takes to open and let you find what you are after. So that is why you should only put a few at a time in the USBs folder.  Stitch them, or remove them... Then put other designs on it.

Hope this helps. I am not sure how the WiFi features work. Maybe someone else can help with that.  Reading your manual is also a good idea and there is help on the Janome website under the Learning tab if you don't see info here.

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

Re: Glass Fusible Beads

June E Hudspeth
 

Thanks Karen.  Great idea.

 

I will check it out.

 

From: onlinesewing-janome@groups.io <onlinesewing-janome@groups.io> On Behalf Of Charles Maier
Sent: Tuesday, June 25, 2019 1:34 PM
To: onlinesewing-janome@groups.io
Subject: Re: [onlinesewing-janome] Glass Fusible Beads

 

What about fusible rhinestones. They are very reflective.

Karen

 

On Tuesday, June 25, 2019, 07:26:40 AM CDT, June E Hudspeth <juneeh@...> wrote:

 

 

No, they are beads, that when you iron them, they become flat and fused together, just like glass.

 

From: onlinesewing-janome@groups.io <onlinesewing-janome@groups.io> On Behalf Of Barbara Castle
Sent: Monday, June 24, 2019 5:50 PM
To: onlinesewing-janome@groups.io
Subject: Re: [onlinesewing-janome] Glass Fusible Beads

 

Could it have been”fused” glass beads? When I googled what you were asked no for, this was one of the choices. 

 

Barbara

 

On Mon, Jun 24, 2019 at 4:47 PM June E Hudspeth <juneeh@...> wrote:

Hi Everyone:  I am starting to make an applique lighthouse quilt and the designer says she used glass fusible beads for the window.  As hard as I've tried, I cannot find them anywhere.  I searched Amazon, JoAnn's, Michaels and Fire Mountain Gems.  

I've never even used them before.

Any hints, suggestions?

Thanks so much!  June

Re: Glass Fusible Beads

June E Hudspeth
 

Thank you for the “great suggestions”!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

Think I will go with a batik fabric!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  Much easier and less stress 😊.

 

Thanks again,

 

June

 

From: onlinesewing-janome@groups.io <onlinesewing-janome@groups.io> On Behalf Of Vikki Youngmeyer
Sent: Monday, June 24, 2019 7:24 PM
To: onlinesewing-janome@groups.io
Subject: Re: [onlinesewing-janome] Glass Fusible Beads

 

Having just put beads on an ornament project, practice before putting them on a quilt. I made the mistake of putting them too close to each other which made the unit pooch! I also found that taking a stitch putting on a bead then attaching that to the fabric followed up by a stitch that had no bead locked in the bead. So in other words stitch,  put on bead, stitch no bead, then stitch with a bead  - repeat! I found out from experimentation that an additional stitch after the bead stabilized the previous stitches. 

 

As for the window, I would throw the onus back on her to provide the glass fusible beads! An alternate solution would be to use a bright yellow or yellow/orange batik and blow off the glass fusible beads. You can’t work with what you can’t get; but a backup plan is always handy!

 

From: onlinesewing-janome@groups.io <onlinesewing-janome@groups.io> On Behalf Of Cindy Sipp
Sent: Monday, June 24, 2019 7:47 PM
To: onlinesewing-janome@groups.io
Subject: Re: [onlinesewing-janome] Glass Fusible Beads

 

Put the beads on after the quilt is totally finished.   

 

On Mon, Jun 24, 2019, 7:47 PM June E Hudspeth <juneeh@...> wrote:

Hi Everyone:  I am starting to make an applique lighthouse quilt and the designer says she used glass fusible beads for the window.  As hard as I've tried, I cannot find them anywhere.  I searched Amazon, JoAnn's, Michaels and Fire Mountain Gems.  

I've never even used them before.

Any hints, suggestions?

Thanks so much!  June

Re: EQ8

Lorrie Gauthier
 

Hi Maria. I have eq8 for pc and just switched to a Mac. I paid the small fee to download the Mac version and installed on my Mac. Works perfectly. 

Re: Glass Fusible Beads

Charles Maier
 

What about fusible rhinestones. They are very reflective.
Karen

On Tuesday, June 25, 2019, 07:26:40 AM CDT, June E Hudspeth <juneeh@...> wrote:


No, they are beads, that when you iron them, they become flat and fused together, just like glass.

 

From: onlinesewing-janome@groups.io <onlinesewing-janome@groups.io> On Behalf Of Barbara Castle
Sent: Monday, June 24, 2019 5:50 PM
To: onlinesewing-janome@groups.io
Subject: Re: [onlinesewing-janome] Glass Fusible Beads

 

Could it have been”fused” glass beads? When I googled what you were asked no for, this was one of the choices. 

 

Barbara

 

On Mon, Jun 24, 2019 at 4:47 PM June E Hudspeth <juneeh@...> wrote:

Hi Everyone:  I am starting to make an applique lighthouse quilt and the designer says she used glass fusible beads for the window.  As hard as I've tried, I cannot find them anywhere.  I searched Amazon, JoAnn's, Michaels and Fire Mountain Gems.  

I've never even used them before.

Any hints, suggestions?

Thanks so much!  June

EQ8

Maria Morrow
 

Hello no have EQ7 for pc but haven’t ever used it. I am now going to upgrade to EQ8 and spend time learning it. EQ told me I can upgrade to Mac or pc. At the time I bought pc, the Etsy seller recommended it, but I can’t for the life of me remember why. 

I hate using a pc and I love using a Mac. 

Who know the pluses and minuses of both when making things for Janome 15000 (which I also have).

Thanks in advance.

Maria Morrow 

Re: memory cards from 10 or 11 K

Tracy
 

Nyssa-
No this doesn't work. The device you linked to is for reading other media cards. It will not read the Janome memory cards. As Jim said... The pins are different and putting a Janome memory card into the device's slots would not match up the correct pins inside the reader/writer. 

When Janome stopped making memory cards with designs for the machines, they came out with a CD that had all the designs on it from all the cards, starting with those from the MC8000 model. Check with a dealer or eBay for one of the CDs.

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

Re: Embroidery help- and a website - USB's

Tracy
 

Pat-
To format a USB you should find the info on your machine under the Settings tab. Open it and look at the Embroidery settings. You may have to change pages to find the Format area. Put a blank USB stick in the machine before you turn it on. Then find Settings, Embroidery, Format. This should be in your owners manual also so look at the Settings info probably near the front of the book. I am not where I can look at a manual. Sorry.

Yes, it you format a USB that has designs on it, you lose them so be sure you have them stored elsewhere. When the USB is formatted, it puts a folder on it where the machine looks for designs and where you will copy/paste them to from your computer. Only put copies of designs on the USB.  Only use a 2gb or less stick.  Anything outside the folder will not be "seen" by the machine.  The machine looks at ALL the designs in the folder when you first open it on the machine. The more designs you have on the stick, the longer it takes to open and let you find what you are after. So that is why you should only put a few at a time in the USBs folder.  Stitch them, or remove them... Then put other designs on it.

Hope this helps. I am not sure how the WiFi features work. Maybe someone else can help with that.  Reading your manual is also a good idea and there is help on the Janome website under the Learning tab if you don't see info here.

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

Re: Horizon Link Acufil

Pat Godsey
 

I never did get an answer, but assumed my message got lost as I had never asked a question.  If anyone has an answer, I would really appreciate it.  I could not find anything on the subject online or in the manual.  Thank you so much for your help.


On Tue, Jun 25, 2019 at 7:27 AM Nyssa Lanzafame <Nyssajoe@...> wrote:
I am trying to find if anyone has answered this question?

On Sun, May 26, 2019 at 8:31 AM Pat Godsey <pmgodsey@...> wrote:
Have so enjoyed being a part of this group as I have learned so much. Is it possible to bring in an outside quilting design in Acufil tool and have It calculate the number of hoopings? Are there detailed tutorials on this part of the software? I so appreciate any help on this part of the software. Thank you so much.



Re: memory cards from 10 or 11 K

blue_lak
 

I've seen these types of listings before, but don't know if they've just gussied up a generic listing or if the adapter is really Janome specific. Might Jim know? https://www.ebay.com/itm/Janome-11000-D10000-10001-9700-9500-300E-32mb-Memory-card-32MB/220712739053

Re: Broken hook off bobbin holder on 15000

Jim Stutsman
 

If you can get the correct replacement part, it's pretty simple. Use painter's tape or similar to carefully mark exactly how the piece is sitting now. Install the new one in the exact same space and you're good to go. It will only become complicated if you have to rebuild the broken piece from an unbroken, but incorrect, replacement part. This photo may help a bit:

Re: Broken hook off bobbin holder on 15000

JILL BAILEY
 

Thanks Jim 
It’s the little metal hook that has bent I guess and broken off completely .. 
u make it sound hard to fix and in Dubai I will get even more hot under the collar , yes 49c here at the no so sewing in my cook aircon is my solice but not when I break the machine .. also on the pics then come up vertically is it the bottom one with red dot .. 

Re: Embroidery help- and a website

Sara
 

Tracy, thank you so much.  I am not a new digitize (2000) but am always open to articles that pertain to stabilizing.  I have printed both out for future reference.   Thanks again, Sara

In a message dated 6/24/2019 9:59:06 PM Eastern Standard Time, TJOriginals@... writes:

Sara-

Here is the link to the Floriani Stabilizer Workbook:

https://www.rnkdistributing.com/resources/workbooks-guides/FlorianiWorkbookStabilizer.pdf

And this is one to a quick reference guide that I found very helpful when I was first getting started with machine embroidery:

https://www.rnkdistributing.com/resources/workbooks-guides/floriani-stabilizer-guide.pdf

I printed them out and kept them both my machine for a long time.  And- while I really like using the floriani products- if I have to use something else, this information still lets me know what type of stabilizer to use for my projects.

Tracy in Nashville, TN

Martha Pullen Licensed Educator

Re: Broken hook off bobbin holder on 15000

Jim Stutsman
 

The part number might correct, but the current parts list for the 15000 no longer lists individual parts on the entire bobbin assembly. It's simply one (very expensive) part that would take many hours to install. The confusion comes from the different style of the parts. Both pictures below are sold as #846632003:



The one on the right is the one you need. However the one on the left is available from Amazon.uk, sold by GUR Sewing Machines in Birmingham. They probably have the one on the right, but it's not listed on their website. If you can't get the correct one, all is not lost. The part that broke off is actually held on to the larger part with a small cross point screw. I have disassembled and reassembled many of these to straighten the bent bit. Of course once it's broken off there is no straightening, but you could migrate that part from the new incorrect stopper to the old correct stopper. You just need good light, a work area that will impede tiny parts from falling into oblivion (black fabric might work), a very small cross point screwdriver and a #2 cross point driver for installing it. Take photos before and during disassembly, as it will help on reassembly. Once you have a workable stopper you can install it. The lever that extends over the back of the bobbin case is held in place by the bracket at the back of the stopper. Positioning of the stopper is VERY important. You want it so the bobbin case has a bit of wiggle. If it can't move, then the thread won't be able to slip between the case and the stopper. The stopper should be fully aligned with the "bump" on the bobbin case. If too far toward the front of the machine, the case can slip past and spin out. If too far back it won't allow proper thread movement. You also want that little spring (which broke) to be at 90 degrees to the front edge of the machine. I would suggest putting in the stopper, tightening the holding screw just enough to keep it from moving. Then turn the hand wheel through several stitches with the bobbin cover off so you can observe thread movement. If it seems good, tighten fully and stitch slowly. If anything wonky happens adjust as needed. This task is fiddly, but you can do it. Probably a good thing to do while the outside temperature is driving folks to Hades where it's cooler.

Re: Question about older machines

Pat
 

I have a Pfaff, Passport 2 that I am willing to sell. Details are in the database: https://groups.io/g/onlinesewing-janome/viewrow?id=2341&rowid=594631&lv=1&p=RowNum,,,20,1,0,594631

Broken hook off bobbin holder on 15000

JILL BAILEY
 

ive broken the little metal hook off on my Janome 15000 it sits by the bobbin case and by the red arrow to keep bobbin ftom spinning 
I can only find one part online is this the right one for s Mc15000 .. 
i live where there are no dealers , techs or indeed postal
system so will need it bringing over .. is this the right part , and will I be able to fit it 

Bobbin Holder Stopper, Janome #846632003

Re: Horizon Link Acufil

Nyssa Lanzafame
 

I am trying to find if anyone has answered this question?

On Sun, May 26, 2019 at 8:31 AM Pat Godsey <pmgodsey@...> wrote:
Have so enjoyed being a part of this group as I have learned so much. Is it possible to bring in an outside quilting design in Acufil tool and have It calculate the number of hoopings? Are there detailed tutorials on this part of the software? I so appreciate any help on this part of the software. Thank you so much.



Re: memory cards from 10 or 11 K

Nyssa Lanzafame
 

Jim....might this work? If she no longer has the machine?  It’s a 56-in-1 card reader...
IOGEAR 56-in-1 USB 2.0 Pocket Flash Memory Card Reader/Writer, GFR281 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B001AWAT3K/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_tai_ZLFeDbX4Z6X5H


On Mon, Jun 24, 2019 at 7:50 PM Jim Stutsman via Groups.Io <onlinesewing=icloud.com@groups.io> wrote:
Compact Flash readers work well for compact flash cards, but the Janome Memory Cards are not Compact Flash. They have the same type of pin out, but use different pins than compact flash.

Re: Embroidery help- and a website - USB's

Pat
 

This would explain why my 15000 didn't load designs from a USB.  I am not quite clear on how to format the USB drive.  Do you have to select the USB drive in the machine?  I guess once it is formatted you transfer your designs to it, you can't format a USB with designs on it because you'd loose the designs.  Is that correct?  Thanks for the insight.  I am feeling a little lost.

Pat Kowalczyk

Re: Glass Fusible Beads

June E Hudspeth
 

No, they are beads, that when you iron them, they become flat and fused together, just like glass.

 

From: onlinesewing-janome@groups.io <onlinesewing-janome@groups.io> On Behalf Of Barbara Castle
Sent: Monday, June 24, 2019 5:50 PM
To: onlinesewing-janome@groups.io
Subject: Re: [onlinesewing-janome] Glass Fusible Beads

 

Could it have been”fused” glass beads? When I googled what you were asked no for, this was one of the choices. 

 

Barbara

 

On Mon, Jun 24, 2019 at 4:47 PM June E Hudspeth <juneeh@...> wrote:

Hi Everyone:  I am starting to make an applique lighthouse quilt and the designer says she used glass fusible beads for the window.  As hard as I've tried, I cannot find them anywhere.  I searched Amazon, JoAnn's, Michaels and Fire Mountain Gems.  

I've never even used them before.

Any hints, suggestions?

Thanks so much!  June