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Re: Convertible Free Motion Qltg Foot

Anne Hein DE
 

The mc 15000 doesn't need the convertible free motion foot. The 15000 uses the snap on qc and qo plus the little saucer one. You use sewing applications/ quilting/free quilting and then pick stitch #2 or the one that shows the little foot. From there you are able to adjust the height if the foot to just skin your quilt just like you would with the convertible foot but better for your machine. 

Cheers,
Anne in DE


Re: Convertible Free Motion Qltg Foot

Jim Stutsman
 

QB-S is part #202146001, which you say is QB-H. That part number is for QB-S. QB-H has part #202001003 and is for 7mm high shank machines. The 15000 is a 9mm high shank machine.


Resize embroidery design

Carole O'Mara
 

I have the 15000.  I downloaded a purchased single run design that will be used to quilt a quilt.  The design is too large for the ASQ22 hoop, which is the one I was to use and I want to resize the design to fit the ASQ 22 (not GR which it defaults to).  I used HL to bring the design to the computer screen.  I selected EDIT,  but the resize option is grayed out.  How do I get that option active?  Thank for any help.  
Carole - Colorado


Horizon Link Software -

June E Hudspeth
 

Thanks and a huge thank-you to everyone who responded to my msg.

I have managed to copy the JEF file onto the flash drive and I can access it without going thru Horizon Link.  WHEW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  

I don't think I'm going to bother with Horizon Link for a while (smile); wish there were some instructions out there somewhere.  I clicked on the "question mark" & printed out what I thought would be instructions.  But, still can't figure it out.

Oh well, there's always another day.

Thanks again everyone!

Stay safe,

June


Re: Horizon Link Software -

Cheryl Paul
 

June,

Open Horizon Link Suite. Choose the top called “EmbLink Tool”. The next screen opens and here, you can open your file from either of the left most icons “View Embroidery” or “Edit Embroidery”. Now the challenge comes in finding your design. It will likely be in your “C” drive in a folder that you may have created. If you haven’t done this, find the correct drive where you have saved the design. I’ve learned the hard way that it is VERY important to save things in a safe place on the computer so I can find them quickly. For me, everything goes into my “Downloads folder” first, then later into a folder in my Documents. You decide what’s easiest for you to find your file. If it’s on a USB, go to that drive in the list and open from there.

If you don’t get this to work. I'll try again to help. Be very specific in what you do and explain to this group - you’ll get help.

Cheryl - Saskatoon


Re: Circular foot

DIANNE COOPER
 

can y ou send pic of it.  

On April 24, 2020 at 5:19 PM "Liz Borgman via groups.io" <lizb.1911@...> wrote:


I have a circular foot that fits a 12000. I sold my machine and bought a elna920. I didn't realize it would not fit my new machine. Therefore I would like to sell it for 25.00 plus shipping. I live in Michigan   Liz

On Apr 23, 2020, at 6:37 PM, eileen_caspers < stitchywoman@...> wrote:

I have an old iPad and also the iPad mini that came with my MC15000.  I would like to only get one iPad that would serve all of my purposes.  So I would trade in two devices against one new upgrade.

I see where some of the Acu Apps are free in the App Store.  AcuDesign is not.  How can I get it transferred to my new iPad - is this a dealer responsibility?

 


Convertible Free Motion Qltg Foot

Claire Schutz
 

Jim, would you please tell me the correct foot number needed for the 15K Quiltmaker?  I am under the impression it has to be a QB-S  but can't seem to find anyone familiar with that. I have 202146001 QB-H which I thought was not good for this machine. Thanks, Claire


Re: question on a machine - Janome 6300

Patricia Ward
 

Thank you very much, Jim. I appreciate your help and I know that Suzanne will too.  

Hope that you and Diane are staying well and not getting bored with quarantine.  

Pat 

On Mon, Apr 27, 2020 at 11:28 AM Jim Stutsman via groups.io <onlinesewing=icloud.com@groups.io> wrote:
It's a 7mm low-shank machine. You can download the manual for it here: http://www.janome.com/siteassets/support/manuals/professional-series/inst-book-6300peng-fr-sp.pdf

Convertible Free Motion Set 202002004 would be the appropriate one for the 6300, but they did not assign a foot letter to that one.


Re: question on a machine - Janome 6300

Jim Stutsman
 

It's a 7mm low-shank machine. You can download the manual for it here: http://www.janome.com/siteassets/support/manuals/professional-series/inst-book-6300peng-fr-sp.pdf

Convertible Free Motion Set 202002004 would be the appropriate one for the 6300, but they did not assign a foot letter to that one.


Re: 1/8 inch top stitching

Pixey
 

I love using the the Clear View Quilting Set foot for doing 1/8 inch top stitching.  It has clear markings for 1/8” stitching and you can adjust the needle position to the right to get that perfect alignment.  FootBook also gives some tips for using it for 1/8” seams.

Pixey


From: Sandra King
Sent: Saturday, April 25, 2020 8:53 AM
To: onlinesewing-janome@groups.io
Reply To: onlinesewing-janome@groups.io
Subject: [onlinesewing-janome] 1/8 inch top stitching

I’m sure this is a silly question, but I’m told over and over to use 1/8 inch top stitch.  I just guess at it and usually wind up with my thread running off or the stitches are too wide.  I have the 15000.  Can anyone give me tips on this or tell me how to set the needle.


question on a machine - Janome 6300

Patricia Ward
 

Morning,
My sister has started doing some basic quilting and piecing; her Elna died so she bought a Janome 6300 as a discontinued model.   I have read the manual on it as I am trying to help her from 78 miles away....

My questions: 
Is it a high shank model?
I guess it is a 7mm?

Would the Convertible Free Motion Set ( H?S)  
part number 202001003 work on her 6300? 

Thanks!

Pat 


Re: 1/8 inch top stitching

Sandra King
 

Thanks, Ladies! I think these are all good suggestions. I’m going to practice using all the feet y’all suggested and see which one works the best for me.


Re: Horizon Link Software -

Lyn Quine
 

Have you tried locating the design in the folder, and dragging and dropping to the USB?  Have you checked the USB to see if it has been sent over and it’s ok?  I know when I ‘send’ from my software, I don’t get a message to show it’s been sent or the list of designs on the USB.


Re: Horizon Link Software -

emily41501@...
 

I double click on the flash drive, when it opens then I click on the arrow


Re: Horizon Link Software -

georgebarbara1218@att.net
 

You don’t need to go thru Horizon link to transfer design to usb. Go to your explorer download folder on your computer- looks like a file icon on bottom bar..dbl click to open it. On left side you can also scroll down and see your usb drive listed. 
Find where your Hoopsisters design is( do you have it downloaded to a folder or just in the downloads file). Once you find the design in .jef format, click on it to highlight it. Then right click and choose “copy” from the drop down box choices.. next go to the left side of screen and scroll down to your usb stick. Click on it to highlight it. Then right click and choose”paste”. It should then be copied onto your usb file.
Double click on the usb to open it to check the design is there. You can put folder too if you want. Hope this helps


On Apr 26, 2020, at 10:17 PM, June E Hudspeth <juneeh@...> wrote:

I'm so sorry to say; I'm completely frustrated.  I have a design from Hoop Sisters, I'm trying to get it onto my machine, 15000.  When I go to Horizon Link, I go to the place where it has split screens, I have selected the JEF file on the left and then on the right, I selected my flashdrive, and nothing ever happens???????????  What, pray tell am I missing.  I've spent the last 2 hours, there is nothing in my manual, (that I can find), nothing in the workbook (that I can find).  

Thank you, thank you, to anyone who can help put me out of my misery (smile).

June


Horizon Link Software -

June E Hudspeth
 

I'm so sorry to say; I'm completely frustrated.  I have a design from Hoop Sisters, I'm trying to get it onto my machine, 15000.  When I go to Horizon Link, I go to the place where it has split screens, I have selected the JEF file on the left and then on the right, I selected my flashdrive, and nothing ever happens???????????  What, pray tell am I missing.  I've spent the last 2 hours, there is nothing in my manual, (that I can find), nothing in the workbook (that I can find).  

Thank you, thank you, to anyone who can help put me out of my misery (smile).

June


Re: 1/8 inch top stitching

Cat - N
 

I don't think it is a silly question at all, but you might think what I do is, because I like the zipper foot for topstitching on edges. I put the foot in a 'good spot' for holding /moving the fabric, then move the needle ti where I want to sew. I can see foot, edge and needle positions, and can get pretty accurate results, even through fabric will wiggle when it wants to.   I also like it for binding, sewing the binding to the back first then topstitching it on the front. The zipper foot rides on the binding and the needle can stitch a smidgen back from the edge.  The 15000 has 91 needle positions, and the 71 needle positions, so more variable than my 100-stitch computerized Kenmore (made by Janome), but I have used the zipper foot for topstitching since I was a kid sewing on a treadle machine. Just my preference.  You have the option with the 15000 of using the cloth guide, too, to help keep things straight. I use it when making baby blankets when I want to topstitch 1 to 1-1/2" from the edge. 

- Cat (FL)

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From: Sandra King
Sent: Saturday, April 25, 2020 8:53 AM
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Subject: [onlinesewing-janome] 1/8 inch top stitching

I’m sure this is a silly question, but I’m told over and over to use 1/8 inch top stitch.  I just guess at it and usually wind up with my thread running off or the stitches are too wide.  I have the 15000.  Can anyone give me tips on this or tell me how to set the needle.


Re: 1/8 inch top stitching

dbosio923@...
 

I use the HP foot then position the foot so that it is half on the fabric.  The needle hits right on the edge of the fabric creating the perfect edge top stitch.


Re: 1/8 inch top stitching

Roberta K
 

Hi Sandra,

I have the MC11000 and I use the adjustable blind hem foot as a guide. It works really well. Other than that you can try using a ditch stitching foot and adjust the needle position on scrap fabric.

Roberta in FL


Re: 1/8 inch top stitching

blue_lak
 

For that kind of close stitching, the Edge Guide Foot SE works really well. I've used it on woven and knits both. https://janomelife.wordpress.com/2018/11/20/foot-of-the-month-series-janomes-edge-guide-foot/
Jan in MD

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