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Re: Artistic Digitizer October 2020 free trial - Number of designs to send to machine

Cheryl Paul
 

I don’t think you understand about designs in your machine’s memory. The machine cannot handle many more designs than it already has built in. The memory is quite small. You want to use a USB if you want to use many designs or have them accessible to you easily. I only have in the memory of my machine what I might be using on a ONE time basis and then forget to delete it - ie: going to a class where the instructor loads the design from his/her USB for us to do the class project.

I have several digitizing programs and they only allow ONE design at a time to be sent to the embroidery machine - that is all that is really necessary.

Cheryl - Saskatoon


Re: Artistic Digitizer October 2020 free trial

favymtz
 

A digitizing program like Artistic's main function isn't about transferring designs, it's about creating digitized embroidery. Transferring files to a machine is limited in the program because when a design has been digitized it can then be sent to the machine to stitch it out to test it for further fine tuning or for stitching "the real deal".  A digitizing program isn't really meant to be used as a mass transfer system. That can easily be done using the computers File Explorer function.
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Favymtz


Re: Artistic Digitizer October 2020 free trial

mah_jongg
 

Thanks for the info.

Now I can put that issue to rest. Good thing program was free because other that lettering, I doubt I will ever use it due to being only able to send one design at a time.

That's a lot of money for a program that does not measure up.

I can put the designs on a jump drive a lot faster than sending them one at a time.


Re: enlarging

sewnice@...
 

thats what they are called on the machine " pictographs"


Re: enlarging

blue_lak
 

Can you clarify what you mean by pictograph, eg the image shown on the screen of the 14000, or the image on your computer screen?
Jan


enlarging

sewnice@...
 

Hi can a pictograph be enlarged on the 1400?

Thanks in advance


Re: Artistic Digitizer October 2020 free trial

Cheryl Paul
 

I don't have facebook. My burning question is: How do you send multiple designs at a time through a direct link cable (computer directly to machine). Nothing in videos, google search Janome website or help in program or manual.  Embird is user friendly. Customizer was user friendly. Artisitc Digitizer not so much.

man-jongg,

I don't think you can send more than one design at a time to your embroidery machine.  I am very new to Artistic Digitizer and haven't really done anything with it as of yet, but I'm familiar with many others and they only allow one design at a time to go to the machine.  The processor in the sewing/emboidery machine couldn't handle that many things at one time.  You can however, go into edit mode on the embroidery machine and import more than one design, ONE at a time and embroider as one item on your fabric.

Cheryl - Saskatoon


Re: Artistic Digitizer October 2020 free trial

Kit
 

Hi,

I went into the software and looked across the top.  There is a tab on my machine that says to MC15000, I tried to change the machine to another, but it would not but that is my machine.  So it is 2 icons to the left of the Help icon. Clicking on it you can choose that option.  I added a document showing it on my Artistic Software.

Email me if I can try and help you further.

Kit


Re: Artistic Digitizer October 2020 free trial

mah_jongg
 

to anyone using Artistic Digitizer (newest version)

I don't have facebook. My burning question is: How do you send multiple designs at a time through a direct link cable (computer directly to machine). Nothing in videos, google search Janome website or help in program or manual.  Embird is user friendly. Customizer was user friendly. Artisitc Digitizer not so much.

thanks


Re: Artistic Digitizer October 2020 free trial

Anne Hein DE
 

Hi everyone
Janome has a dedicated FB page for Janome Artistic Digitizer. There are live presentations twice a week for the month of October and lots of videos saved to the page. From November on the presentation s will be weekly. There is a team of people to answer questions and help you along the way. 

Many members are posting their work so you can see what you can accomplish.

The trial signup ends on the 15th of October and you can use the software till November 7 for USA and Canadian users. 


Pop over and check it out. 

Anne in DE



memory full message on Janome 12000

Lynda Lu Gibb
 

My 12000 Janome Memory Craft has a message on the screen "Short of Memory storage" I CANNOT GET IT OFF THE SCREEN. EVERYTHING IS GRAYED OUT BEHIND THE MESSAGE.. however I can see It has only .03used of 4MB.. I have tried unplugging, restarting..and using the HORIZON LINK,software to delete some files.. but it still stays on and I cannot use the embroidery at all.. suggestions please.


Re: Quilt Stitches on Skyline 7 Model

blue_lak
 

Foot interchangeability with my MC12000 was a big selling point for me when buying the S7. Everything is interchangeable. I use the Acufeed Flex with the 1/4" foot a lot, and not just in quilting. I get perfectly even edges at the end of a seam when piecing, and it works great when sewing on bindings because I don't have to pin, just keep quilt edges and binding butted up to the flange. I can move the needle position quite a bit while in the Patchwork app if I want a wider seam than 1/4".
It's shown here at about 4:15. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=30U4rCHmT-s
Jan in MD


Re: Embroider on terry cloth towels

Carole O'Mara
 

I hooped pressure sensitive stablilizer in the hoop and smoothed the towel over. I used one layer of water soluble topper, and the basting stitch to hold it in place. The hooped stabilizer and water soluble peeled off easily.

Thanks to all for your advice.
Carole


Re: Embroider on terry cloth towels

Mary Mills
 

I normally use washaway in the hoop and pin solvy on top with the towel.  You might have to turn the design around to accommodate the weight of the towel.  Sew slowly.  Never tried it, but a basting stitch might help.  Lots of ways of doing things!


Re: Embroider on terry cloth towels

blue_lak
 

That's what I did, though I may have only used 1 layer of WS topping. My towel was very deep plush, so I also sprayed lightly with sizing and smoothed the loops in one direction. I let that dry first and then hooped it all. The outcome was better than not using the sizing. No little loops popping up.
Jan in MD


Re: Looking for Janome group

Cat - N
 

Jim Stutsman migrated his 12000 group from Yahoo to groups.io, so this may be the group you are looking for.

- Cat (FL)


-----Original Message-----
From: cnystul in Mn. via groups.io <cnystul@...>
To: onlinesewing-janome@groups.io
Sent: Sat, Oct 10, 2020 10:16 am
Subject: [onlinesewing-janome] Looking for Janome group

I had at one time been a member with a group that was led by Jim Stutsman. Is that group still active? I would like to get involved with that group again. Thanks!

[Moderator note]
As Mark Twain famously said, "The rumors of my death are greatly exaggerated." Yes, Cathy, the group is still active. You're in it now.


Embroider on terry cloth towels

Carole O'Mara
 

I am embroidering on terry cloth (not the velour type), but the loopy kind.  It's large bath towel.  Should I use a heavy tear-away on back  and 2 layers of water soluble topping on top?

Thanks,
Carole


Looking for Janome group

cnystul in Mn.
 

I had at one time been a member with a group that was led by Jim Stutsman. Is that group still active? I would like to get involved with that group again. Thanks!

[Moderator note]
As Mark Twain famously said, "The rumors of my death are greatly exaggerated." Yes, Cathy, the group is still active. You're in it now.


Re: Quilt Stitches on Skyline 7 Model

Kathy Strabel
 

Jan---and the Group----Hmmmm, well, no I had not tried using the Accufeed foot instead of the O foot. I was just following the directions in the manual. Goes to show that sometimes innovation works better than the instructions!!  I have not tried the Accufeed foot for this technique but I will in my next project. Time constraints dictated that I just go ahead and use my 1/4" seam foot and regular straight stitch to complete the many many seams in this gift quilt I am making.   Thank you for this information.
Kathy S.    Camas WA

On Sat, Oct 10, 2020 at 5:10 AM blue_lak via groups.io <blue_lak=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
You didn't say whether you were using the Accufeed foot or a regular foot. The few times I've used the stitch length memory feature for quilt piecing, I found it to work perfectly when I used the Accufeed 1/4" foot but got variable results with the regular O foot even with increased foot pressure.
Jan in MD



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Have a good one!
Kathy Strabel





Re: Quilt Stitches on Skyline 7 Model

blue_lak
 

You didn't say whether you were using the Accufeed foot or a regular foot. The few times I've used the stitch length memory feature for quilt piecing, I found it to work perfectly when I used the Accufeed 1/4" foot but got variable results with the regular O foot even with increased foot pressure.
Jan in MD

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