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I haven't posted for awhile, and had trouble getting in to the group. Was told I do not have a password or profile. The password I thought I had didn't work.  Please advise. I did want to add my two cents that I would be happy to pay a fee for the good advice we get, as well as the sense of humor that really helps when we are frustrated with a project.


Re: Upper Thread break S9

Toni Valenstein
 

Thank you.


Re: private messaging

Jim Serritella
 

You put a stamp on the screen and hit return!!! J 

 

 

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


email:
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visit:  
www.martialartsembroidery.com

 

 

 

From: onlinesewing-janome@groups.io [mailto:onlinesewing-janome@groups.io] On Behalf Of mah_jongg via groups.io
Sent: Monday, February 1, 2021 10:52 AM
To: onlinesewing-janome@groups.io
Subject: [onlinesewing-janome] private messaging

 

How do I private message to a person responding to their post?


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Jim Serritella
E-Z Stitches
jim@...


Re: Needle threader problem on the 15000

William D Lawson
 

With Jim’s excellent directions, I fixed my needle threader!!  He is amazing. Now I can finish my Snowman Christmas Tree Skirt.  Thank you so very much!
Gwen

Back to the sewing room. 🥰🤪🙃😍😄


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On Wednesday, January 27, 2021, 11:12 AM, William D Lawson <lawsonfox@...> wrote:

Good morning everyone. I hope everyone is safe and healthy.  Quilting has been
my “sanity saver” during this time of isolation.  

I have been working on an embroidered Christmas Tree skirt with LOTS of thread changes.

My threader has always worked perfectly until yesterday.  I know some have had problems 
from the beginning. I’ve seen suggestions for slightly bending your hook so that it hits the hole 
correctly but I don’t know how to keep the threader in the down position so I can adjust it. 

Jim, is this something I can do on my own or should I just take it in?  My repair man is really backed up.
My machine would be sitting in the shop for 5 to 6 weeks.  I would be lost without it for that long. Any
suggestions would be greatly appreciated!

Thank you for being here for us. We all really appreciate all you do.
Gwen Lawson

ps....  I recently purchased a Quilt Maker Pro 18 with Prostitcher Premium and it is amazing!!!
 I am such a happy quilter.


Re: private messaging

Jim Stutsman
 

As you've probably noticed, member emails are obscured for privacy. That also makes it harder for malware to harvest email addresses from the daily digest. Forward the post you want to message to onlinesewing-janome+owner@groups.io and I will get you what you need.


Re: The long-awaited Quilt Binder video

Jim Stutsman
 

As it happens, the video cannot be viewed from Groups.io, so I have pulled it. As soon as I find a new home for it I will post a new link that works. Your patience is appreciated!


Re: The long-awaited Quilt Binder video

Randi Kemper
 

I can’t seem to find this video. the link takes me to the file page and I don

T see it listed

 

Randi Kemper

randisbear1@...

 


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Randi Kemper
Magical Machine Embroidery


private messaging

mah_jongg
 

How do I private message to a person responding to their post?


Re: The long-awaited Quilt Binder video

Jim Stutsman
 

As usual good intention is subverted by Windows browsers, though this site may also be involved. I'll have to move it somewhere else. Give me a day or two.


Re: The long-awaited Quilt Binder video

Sharleen Brett
 

Thanks, Jim, but this isn’t allowing me to access for some reason. I click on the link, and it seems to be downloading but then suddenly blows off. 

Am I doing something wrong?


Sharleen Brett                                         
Cell: (817) 939-6469


On Jan 31, 2021, at 7:38 PM, Chris House <cadogface@...> wrote:


On Sun, Jan 31, 2021 at 3:12 PM Jim Stutsman via groups.io <onlinesewing=icloud.com@groups.io> wrote:
Way back in 2019 BC (Before COVID) Diane did a video to append to the Quilt Binder video in the FootBook app. Many other projects and activities got in the way, and then, well 2020. This week I finished editing the video and updating FootBook. To save you having to try and find the new bits I have uploaded just that video here: Quilt Binder-Finishing.m4v

Enjoy!


Re: Upper Thread break S9

Pixey
 

You may want to have your service provider take a look at the machine as it should be letting you know when a top thread breaks.  Mine did just the other day when I had a top thread break...the thread got tangled around the base of the spool.

Pixey


On Jan 30, 2021, at 10:23 AM, Toni Valenstein <tenquilt@...> wrote:

I'm using an S9.  I set the setting described on pg. 96, in the manual, to detect thread break, but it only stops the machine if it detects a bobbin thread break.  This means that if I'm doing a nice size embroidery, I need to sit at the machine and watch it constantly for at least 30 min, until it completes sewing.  Isn't there a setting to stop the machine if it detects an upper thread break?


locked Re: Groups.io update

Jim Stutsman
 

Not to worry everyone! Nothing has happened to jeopardize the list, and I don't expect it to happen any time soon. Thanks everyone for your support and ideas. I'm going to lock the topic now so we can get on with having fun and solving problems. Cheers!


locked Re: Groups.io update

Helen Aarness
 

Agreed. There is no way I could figure this machine out by myself! Just yesterday I fixed my threader from Jim’s instructions! 


On Jan 31, 2021, at 6:39 PM, Mary Jo Hirsch <mjhshmoo@...> wrote:


You are worth your wt in gold. I’m willing to help pay for your knowledge.  Thank you both. 

On Sun, Jan 31, 2021 at 7:01 PM Lucy Akers <akerslucy@...> wrote:
I would also be willing to pay to keep you, Jim! Whatever you decide. We don't want to lose you and Diane and all you know and share with us.

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locked Re: Groups.io update

Mary Jo Hirsch
 

You are worth your wt in gold. I’m willing to help pay for your knowledge.  Thank you both. 

On Sun, Jan 31, 2021 at 7:01 PM Lucy Akers <akerslucy@...> wrote:
I would also be willing to pay to keep you, Jim! Whatever you decide. We don't want to lose you and Diane and all you know and share with us.

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locked Re: Groups.io update

Charlene Kay Bergren
 

Hi Jim – I for one, am willing to do whatever it takes to keep your (our) group going.  Your knowledge has been so very, very helpful to me on so many occasions.  If it requires a subscription, then so be it.  I’m in – whatever decision you feel is best.  I agree about Facebook – I’d hate to think we will end up there – but do whatever works!

 

Kay Bergren


Re: Miracle Stitcher

Andrea LaVergne
 

My Miracle Stitcher has worked on the 9K,11K, 12K and 15K without a problem except for the needle clamp screw. It’s so easy to couch yarn and threads.
Andrea


locked Re: Groups.io update

Andrea LaVergne
 

I would pay a fee without question, this group is better than the dealers I have around here.
Andrea


locked Re: Groups.io update

Chris House
 

yes wonderful to have such super experts willing to answer questions. A fee would be easy to swallow, considering the original price we paid for these machines.  
C. House

On Sun, Jan 31, 2021 at 4:18 PM Cindy via groups.io <cmcswenson=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
I would pay for the honor to b a member 

Cindy Swenson 218-838-4090


On Sunday, January 31, 2021, 05:36:39 PM CST, Barbara Gallentine via groups.io <bjgallent=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:


You do whatever is necessary to continue this group.  That could even  mean charging each member a small amount.  So many questions asked and answered. I would hope this group can continue in whatever form.

On Sunday, January 31, 2021, 04:03:35 PM MST, Jim Stutsman via groups.io <onlinesewing=icloud.com@groups.io> wrote:


In a couple of days Groups.io, who hosts this list, will be changing their pricing structure to a fee-based system, billed to the list owner on a per-member basis. This group is currently classified as Premium, which I pay for annually. It's not a huge amount, and I don't mind paying it. However there are a lot of groups on this service, and the people who run it are facing ever-increasing expenses. So on February 2nd (2 days from now) they are moving to a per-member pricing structure. Fortunately they are NOT increasing the price for this group, unless we were to upgrade it to another tier. However if it should later become necessary for them to put us on the new pricing schedule, the expense would be nearly $1,000 per year. That's a bit more than our tiny organization can handle. So for the moment, we don't need to do anything, but I like to plan ahead so I will be looking at other options. Facebook is, of course, completely free, if you count surrendering all the details of your life to Mark Zuckerberg to sell to the highest bidder. As you know, I'm not a fan and I would not throw the members of this group under that bus. So much has changed in the past year that we never saw coming, and there's no way to know what lurks around the next corner. I'm only mentioning this to solicit ideas from you members as to what might work should we have to move the list. There's no need to panic, nothing is happening right now. I'm just trying to be prepared for whatever may come.


locked Re: Groups.io update

Lucy Akers
 

I would also be willing to pay to keep you, Jim! Whatever you decide. We don't want to lose you and Diane and all you know and share with us.


Re: The long-awaited Quilt Binder video

Chris House
 


On Sun, Jan 31, 2021 at 3:12 PM Jim Stutsman via groups.io <onlinesewing=icloud.com@groups.io> wrote:
Way back in 2019 BC (Before COVID) Diane did a video to append to the Quilt Binder video in the FootBook app. Many other projects and activities got in the way, and then, well 2020. This week I finished editing the video and updating FootBook. To save you having to try and find the new bits I have uploaded just that video here: Quilt Binder-Finishing.m4v

Enjoy!

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