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Re: automatic bobbin winder

Pixey
 

I have the small sidewinder and the larger Sidewinder Plus that was branded by Simplicity and had a built in vertical thread holder for winding from cross wound thread without adding extra twist.  I really like both of them a lot.  Saves wear and tear on the machines and avoid having to unthread it to wind a bobbin.

Pixey


On Dec 28, 2020, at 9:03 PM, mah_jongg via groups.io <mah_jongg@...> wrote:

Anybody have a freestanding bobbin winder? If so, what brand, worth the cost, & your opinion of the winder.

thanks,
mahjongg


Re: automatic bobbin winder

Sally Silvers
 

I have an expensive metal bobbin winder, used for longarm and it was about $100.  I also have a SideWinder, less than $30.  My go to is the SideWinder.


Re: automatic bobbin winder

Alison Wheelock
 

Yes, I have the Side-winder by Singer. I love it. It runs on either batteries or with the included electrical cord. My first one lasted well over 15 years (I'm not sure exactly how long), and I just bought a replacement last month because the first one's electrical connection became wonky. I'm pretty sure you can get one at JoAnn's, but I ordered mine last month from Amazon because I needed it quickly. Although I have a 15000, I only use my Side-winder to wind bobbins. 



Re: automatic bobbin winder

Jim Serritella
 

Mah…. I have an SWF winder.  Where do you live… contact me separately for $ details.

Regards,

 

Jim

 

 

Jim Serritella
301-253-3971
E-Z Stitches Plus,
Laytonsville, MD 20882


email:
jim@...
visit:  
www.martialartsembroidery.com

 

 

 

From: onlinesewing-janome@groups.io [mailto:onlinesewing-janome@groups.io] On Behalf Of Cat - N via groups.io
Sent: Monday, December 28, 2020 10:37 PM
To: onlinesewing-janome@groups.io
Subject: Re: [onlinesewing-janome] automatic bobbin winder

 

Sidewinder, I think is what I got.  It's okay as a winder, don't remember what it cost but you can get them pretty much everywhere, but only used for winding long arm bobbins.  I buy Janome pre-wounds for the embroidery and only wind bobbins as needed.

 

- Cat

 

 

-----Original Message-----
From: mah_jongg via groups.io

 

Anybody have a freestanding bobbin winder? If so, what brand, worth the cost, & your opinion of the winder.


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Jim Serritella
E-Z Stitches
jim@...


Re: automatic bobbin winder

Anne Patrick
 

Yes I have a automatic free standing winder . Mine is a simplicity. I had it for 30 years and I love it .


Re: automatic bobbin winder

Cat - N
 

Sidewinder, I think is what I got.  It's okay as a winder, don't remember what it cost but you can get them pretty much everywhere, but only used for winding long arm bobbins.  I buy Janome pre-wounds for the embroidery and only wind bobbins as needed.

- Cat


-----Original Message-----
From: mah_jongg via groups.io

Anybody have a freestanding bobbin winder? If so, what brand, worth the cost, & your opinion of the winder.



automatic bobbin winder

mah_jongg
 

Anybody have a freestanding bobbin winder? If so, what brand, worth the cost, & your opinion of the winder.

thanks,
mahjongg


Dime Monster Snap Hoop

mah_jongg
 

Does anyone have the Dime Monster Snap Hoop for the 550e? If so, do you like it, worth the investment, or anything else you have to say about this hoop would be appreciated.

thanks & Happy New Year

mahjongg


Horizon link 15000

Mary Jo Hirsch
 

Need to reinstall to version 3. I have installed cd 1.3. Janome is not responding.  Thanks in advance 


Re: I really need some help

Jim Stutsman
 

Start with the machine turned OFF. Next turn the hand wheel BACKWARD, a little bit, if you can. That should free the bobbin case. If it does not, just leave the bobbin case as it is. Next grab the hoop attaching bracket on the open embroidery arm and pull it back toward the machine. It's going to resist, just pull it slowly, but firmly. Once it's all the way back to the "parked" position you can close the arm. At that point leave the plate off and take the machine in for service. Good luck!


I really need some help

Joyce VanAtta
 


I was doing some free standing lace on my 15000 when my machine jammed up.
The thread had to be cut in order to get the hoop off the machine.
Thread was all wrapped around under the bobbin cover, and the bobbin
case has moved enough that I cannot get it out. The message on the screen says
raise needle bar slowly.  The needle plate will not go back on.  The embroidery
arm is open.  The machine has been turned off and back on and nothing happens
except the needle plate warning always comes up.  Can the embroidery arm be
removed while it is open, because I know it has to go to the shop.

What do I do now???
Joyce


Re: Accutools S

Cheryl Paul
 

Acutools S is a software program that goes onto your computer and allows you to edit all the designs within your sewing machine but on a larger screen. You can also send the files you edit and save with the changes to your Skyline S9 in 2 ways - using your WiFi which you need to set up so that the computer and sewing machine speak to each other or to a USB. I prefer the USB as it is always reliable.

You can also create your own stitches in “Stitch Creator” and that can be fun. As many stitches as there are, you might want to create a Christmas Tree or anything that you desire and where your imagination takes you. After all someone at one time came up with the stitches we have in our machines.

There is so much more - check out the little “?” in the upper right hand corner of the screen.

Load it up on your computer and “Play”.

Cheryl - Saskatoon


Re: Accutools S(

Anne Hein DE
 

Acutools is very similar to Horizon link Suite for the 15000. So if you see demos on Horizon link Suite you would be able find lots of usable info. On the janome sewing machine FB page and the classroom page I did several demos on the software. To find them go there and search Anne Grieco Hein.

You'll find acutools very handy. The manual is in the program when you open it click on the little blue question mark. 

Cheers
Anne in DE


Re: Accutools S(

Viola Tani
 

Further to Cat's reply what Acutools S can do I only use it for transferring embroidery designs to my S9 wirelessly.  I have a Janome Digitizing program so do not need it for other purposes.  
Viola


Re: Accutools S(

favymtz
 

If you’re new to machine embroidery you will need to use some type of software to get the most out of your embroidery machine. One great tool is the program that came with your machine, so yes, do install it.
It will enable you to print templates of the embroidery designs so that you can position the embroidery exactly where you want among many, many other useful and fun things. The help menu in the program will also so teach you a lot so read it. Have fun!
Favymtz 

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Favymtz 


Re: Accutools S(

Cat - N
 

I don’t suppose you have to install Accutools but I am not sure why you wouldn’t want to have it available. I don’t have the S9 but I have two other models including the 15000, which is WiFi...as is the S9. I use the software for the 15000 to wirelessly transfer designs to my 15000...very handy!!!  The name of the software for the 15000 is different than for the S9, but I assume you can do embroidery layout/composition, combine designs, re-sizing...editing that you could also do at the console (screen) of your S9, but perhaps more comfortably on a laptop while watching a movie. I’d recommend installing it, checking out what the software can do, then decide if you want to keep/use it. 

- Cat

Typos courtesy of autocorrect. 


Re: Accutools S(

darlene Reese
 

I just googled it. It is the software for the S9. You would definitely need to install it. Just google the information and it gives you good instructions.I don’t have the S9, so 5a5 is what i had todo to answer your question.
The internet is a great source of information, you can find anything you want. Give it a try.


Accutools S(

genevieve.roberts@...
 

I cannot find an answer for what, exactly, Accutools S9 is. What is it for? What if I don’t install it? What if I do? 
 


Re: To All Janome Friends

Cat - N
 

Hi, Sally. Hope your holidays were all nice. Cappuccino will work nicely. 

- Cat (FL)

Typos courtesy of autocorrect. 
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Re: Embroidery unit veil

Tericloth
 

Thank you!!!

 

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From: Vikki Youngmeyer
Sent: Saturday, December 26, 2020 10:58 AM
To: onlinesewing-janome@groups.io
Subject: Re: [onlinesewing-janome] Embroidery unit veil

 

.JEF format. There are other formats that the Janome machines use, but they were made the older machines.

 

Vikki

Houston, TX

 

From: onlinesewing-janome@groups.io <onlinesewing-janome@groups.io> On Behalf Of Mail Administrator
Sent: Saturday, December 26, 2020 8:07 AM
To: onlinesewing-janome@groups.io
Subject: Re: [onlinesewing-janome] Embroidery unit veil

 

Hi, I am new to owning the Janome550e, I have done a few projects with the built in patterns, i am now ready to expand, purchase patterns to use. It is confusing when you are asked what format? 

From: onlinesewing-janome@groups.io <onlinesewing-janome@groups.io> on behalf of Else via groups.io <hansenhgh@...>
Sent: Tuesday, December 8, 2020 4:47 AM
To: onlinesewing-janome@groups.io <onlinesewing-janome@groups.io>
Subject: Re: [onlinesewing-janome] Embroidery unit veil

 

Hi Jim,

 

Thank you so much for your help. 

 

Finally yesterday we got to see if we could repair the unit. And we could - arms is still over our heads. The biggest problem was the the screw was damaged, so my husband found another piece of tool and managed to get the old one out. Then he did as described on page 55 and fastened a new screw and then we tested it on the machine. It just sews so fine now.

 

I’m so glad I found this group, and it is possible to have a forum in one continent and get help in another. Two years ago I went to USA with my family and we would all like to visit again, when it is possible to travel. 

 

Merry Christmas to you and your family.

 

Kind regards 

Else Marie 

 




Den 27. nov. 2020 kl. 23.53 skrev Jim Stutsman via groups.io <onlinesewing@...>:

 

Do not apologize for your English!!! I have the utmost respect for anyone who is fluent in more than one language, and English is absurdly difficult with its many meanings for a single word. In this case, yes, slack is closer. The actual English word would be "play", which I'm sure is extremely confusing! Fortunately I think you can repair it yourself, because it appears to be an adjustment. I've not had to do that myself, but the arm MUST be rigid or you will have terrible embroidery. I'm sending you instructions by email.

Let's see how Google does going the other way:
Undskyld ikke din engelsk !!! Jeg har den største respekt for enhver, der behersker mere end et sprog, og engelsk er absurd vanskelig med sine mange betydninger for et enkelt ord. I dette tilfælde, ja, slap er tættere. Det egentlige engelske ord ville være "play", hvilket jeg er sikker på er ekstremt forvirrende! Heldigvis tror jeg, du kan reparere det selv, fordi det ser ud til at være en justering. Jeg har ikke været nødt til at gøre det selv, men armen SKAL være stiv, ellers får du forfærdeligt broderi. Jeg sender dig instruktioner via e-mail.

 

 

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