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Re: 12000 question

Joyce Daniel
 

Good to know re: "cold" as this screen blinking has only happened one other time and I thought it was due to too much on my usb, but I took everything off except for this 55,000 stitch, 35 color design and it still blinks a little, but it is cold here in GA. Brrrr. Guess I need another space heater going.


Re: 12000 - thread numbers/

Joyce Daniel
 

78 different thread colors? Holy Molies!! I was having a hard time putting 35 together. Thanks for the info Jim.
On another note, I showed my husband the design I was doing and he asked "do you have 35 different colors of thread?" Hmmmmm.......maybe.......


Janome 8050

Debbie
 

ISO a Janome 8050 sewing machine.


Re: Artistic Digitizer 1.5 upgrade

Anne Hein DE
 

Cheryl
If you scroll down the page look for artistic digitizer  installation for those with out a dvd drive that’s where the update download is located for both Mac and pc. 

Anne in DE


Re: Artistic Digitizer 1.5 upgrade

Cheryl Paul
 

I’ve got Artistic Digitizer on a MacBook Pro and I just did the update install from the program and it seems to have worked just fine. I went to the Janome Global Website and there is no option to download the software that I could find. Am I missing something?

I could have used my Windows Program for the program, but decided to use the MacBook instead of loading it with the rest of my Windows programs on my MacBook. I’m not sure if the program works the same in both platforms, but it would be interesting to know why the program would need to be installed or removed before the update can work.

Cheryl - Saskatoon


Re: 12000 question

Jim Stutsman
 

The answer to your question may be in your signature. Cold can make the touch screen do some weird things. It's very unlikely that the stitch count of a design would cause the software to do that. It's pretty much either going to accept a design or reject it totally if the stitch count exceeds 100,000 (12000) or 200,000 (15000). 


12000 question

Joyce Daniel
 

I have about 5 designs loaded on a USB stick, several have a high stitch count.
As I am embroidering one of these heavy stitch count/35 color change designs, the screen of my 12000 semi flickers between stitchings. Is this a weird idiosyncrasy of this machine or too much in the USB to "read" or ?
I've only had this one other time and decided to ask the pros finally, for your input. :)
Thanks!! Joyce in brrrr GA


Re: 12000 - thread numbers/

favymtz
 

On the 12000 you're mostly limited to the amount of stitches in a design, which is 100,000.

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Favymtz


Re: 12000 - thread numbers/

Jim Stutsman
 

In the original JEF format it was 78. This coincides with the number of thread colors in the original Janome thread boxes 1, 2, and 3. I believe the JPX format increased the number to 100, maybe even 200. It's been a number of years since I looked at that, and I have slept since then.


Re: Here’s a picture of the K foot from the Manual for the Memory Craft 6000

Lorrie Gauthier
 

Thanks heather for the information. 


Re: Artistic Digitizer 1.5 upgrade

Anne Hein DE
 

You need to uninstall not delete. You can do it before you get the download. 

Anne in DE


12000 - thread numbers/

Joyce Daniel
 

what is the max number of thread colors I can have w a design to embroider on the 12000?


Re: Which foot is this?

Lorrie Gauthier
 

Thank you everyone. My first Janome was 6000 in 1983. That must be what I had it from. I loved that machine. So I have the border guide feet for both my 3160 and my 15000 so I won’t need this then? 

since we are in full lockdown here I’ve been finding all kinds of interesting things that I forgot I had. 

Stay safe and happy. 


Re: Artistic Digitizer 1.5 upgrade

mah_jongg
 

Thanks to all that offered help. I'm just confused on one thing. Do I just down load the update or (like embird)  delete prior version then download update.

thanks


Here’s a picture of the K foot from the Manual for the Memory Craft 6000

HEATHER COWAN
 

I was curious .... seems the markings are for placement when combining what they call “craft Stitches”.   Learn something everyday ...... hopefully .... hugs heather


Re: Which foot is this?

Jim Stutsman
 

Craft Foot K was included with the Memory Craft 6000. It is used with decorative stitches, much like the satin stitch feet F and F2. The difference is that K has a raised area on one side. The idea is that after sewing a row of decorative stitches, you do a second row with the first row going under that raised area. Many years ago we did a foot class at the store and ordered the remaining stock of these from Janome for the class. When we closed I intended to put that foot in FootBook, but we no longer had one. I don't think they ever made it again, and the Border Guide Foot is a better option.


Re: Which foot is this?

Lyn Quine
 

At first look I think it’s a satin stitch foot.  Then I googled Janome K foot and it came up as that, satin stitch.  It’s used for both satin and many decorative stitches.


Re: Which foot is this?

Cheryl Watson
 

Craft foot for 6000 and 7000.

On Jan 7, 2021, at 1:27 PM, Helen Moslander <Hmoslander16@gmail.com> wrote:

Possibly for pintucking? Found it on sewing parts online. Someone more familiar with this would know for sure.





Re: Which foot is this?

Helen Moslander
 

Possibly for pintucking? Found it on sewing parts online. Someone more familiar with this would know for sure.


Which foot is this?

Lorrie Gauthier
 

Could one of you tell me what this foot is for please? I think it’s 7mm and is marked K. I cannot find it on the Janine site or even a google image.

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