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Re: Quilt binding set foot

Kathy Strabel
 

Suzy---I believe you sent this to me by mistake. I am selling some Asian-inspired fabrics on SIFS, not any quilt binding feet sets. Kathy Strabel   Camas WA

On Sun, May 2, 2021 at 12:07 PM Suzi Bohannon <szbohannon18@...> wrote:
Is there a way to purchase the 9mm foot for quilt binding set seperate from set.  I have the 7mm foot.  Would like to have both.  Thanks for any help.



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Have a good one!
Kathy Strabel





Quilt binding set foot

Suzi Bohannon
 

Is there a way to purchase the 9mm foot for quilt binding set seperate from set.  I have the 7mm foot.  Would like to have both.  Thanks for any help.


Re: Servicing of Janome 15000

Judy Jackson
 

Thanks Cheryl, I have stitched today with no more oil dripping. It has left me feeling I don’t want to take my machine to them again though.
As for thread popping out of the take up lever......it is something that happens from time to time and yes the 15000 does complain loudly when this happens!
Judy Cornwall U.K.

On 30 Apr 2021, at 19:52, Cheryl Paul <capaul@sasktel.net> wrote:

Hi Judy,

If you’ve done as the dealer suggested and rubbed the excess oil away, try stitching something on a scrap of fabric that you would throw away anyway, Do a good size embroidery with inexpensive thread and see what happens. If no more oil is dripping, you should be good to go. I’ve never had this happen, but I think it could be something that might, especially if the technician got interrupted while he was working and didn’t perhaps run his cloth over the area when he was finishing. However, if there is still oil dripping after you test it again, take it back and have them look at it.

I know that we sometimes get worried and rightfully so as these are expensive machines. We do need to give things a test first though before we go into panic mode. For example, yesterday I changed the thread on my Continental M7 and it made a horrible noise when I started stitching. I checked and sure enough, I’d missed the take-up lever and she wasn’t a happy machine at all. Now checking the take-up on that machine is a chore as there is NO door that opens, for my eyes that is a “probably just re-thread the machine”. I think the 15000 does a similar thing when the take-up lever is missed or pops out. My previous machines would sew on, not happily, but usually ending up in a bobbin replacement and nesting disaster and a drip to the repair man for a checkup of the bobbin race and a timing adjustment - it wasn’t fun.

Let us know how you make out.

Cheryl - Saskatoon




Re: Servicing of Janome 15000

Judy Jackson
 

I think in future I will make sure I wipe clean the take up lever and needle before attempting any embroidery after a service. .......although I still feel it was wrong of the service mechanic to have left so much oil.


On 30 Apr 2021, at 19:51, Sheri-A <sheri-a@...> wrote:

My 15000 is at least 7 years and and I've been good about taking it in for maintenance annually, but it's showing it's age.  A few weeks ago, I took it in early for maintenance and adjustments because I was getting loops on the back of the fabric. I mentioned the machine was louder with a grinding sound that was new.  After service I was getting an error message and noticed I was still hearing the sound, so I took it back in.  On the second visit, I was told the tech also oiled the needle bar area to help with the sound.  The sound was much less and the sewing was good.  About a week later, I was sewing binding on a white quilt and notice oil spots in a few areas (about the size of English peas).  Prior to that, I had been sewing on multicolored fabric and may not have seen the oil spots. 
 


Re: Servicing of Janome 15000

Cheryl Paul
 

Hi Judy,

If you’ve done as the dealer suggested and rubbed the excess oil away, try stitching something on a scrap of fabric that you would throw away anyway, Do a good size embroidery with inexpensive thread and see what happens. If no more oil is dripping, you should be good to go. I’ve never had this happen, but I think it could be something that might, especially if the technician got interrupted while he was working and didn’t perhaps run his cloth over the area when he was finishing. However, if there is still oil dripping after you test it again, take it back and have them look at it.

I know that we sometimes get worried and rightfully so as these are expensive machines. We do need to give things a test first though before we go into panic mode. For example, yesterday I changed the thread on my Continental M7 and it made a horrible noise when I started stitching. I checked and sure enough, I’d missed the take-up lever and she wasn’t a happy machine at all. Now checking the take-up on that machine is a chore as there is NO door that opens, for my eyes that is a “probably just re-thread the machine”. I think the 15000 does a similar thing when the take-up lever is missed or pops out. My previous machines would sew on, not happily, but usually ending up in a bobbin replacement and nesting disaster and a drip to the repair man for a checkup of the bobbin race and a timing adjustment - it wasn’t fun.

Let us know how you make out.

Cheryl - Saskatoon


Re: Servicing of Janome 15000

Sheri-A
 

My 15000 is at least 7 years and and I've been good about taking it in for maintenance annually, but it's showing it's age.  A few weeks ago, I took it in early for maintenance and adjustments because I was getting loops on the back of the fabric. I mentioned the machine was louder with a grinding sound that was new.  After service I was getting an error message and noticed I was still hearing the sound, so I took it back in.  On the second visit, I was told the tech also oiled the needle bar area to help with the sound.  The sound was much less and the sewing was good.  About a week later, I was sewing binding on a white quilt and notice oil spots in a few areas (about the size of English peas).  Prior to that, I had been sewing on multicolored fabric and may not have seen the oil spots. 
 


Re: Servicing of Janome 15000

ritavlj
 

While I never had an oil issue, I have been warned it can happen, and to keep an eye out for any excess.

Rita


Re: Lap Seam foot

Tracy
 

Judy-

The felling feet that I found were generic ones on the Sewing Parts Online website.  Janome's site was acting goofy for me so I was not able to find them there- but that doesn't mean that Janome doesn't make this foot.  You can ask your Janome dealer about one.  And- for sure check the Foot Book app.

Tracy in Nashville, TN

Martha Pullen Licensed Educator


Re: Servicing of Janome 15000

Cat - N
 

I have not ever seen any oil 'dripping' anywhere after having my 15000 serviced.

- Cat (FL)


-----Original Message-----
From: Judy Jackson <judyjackson282@...>
Sent: Wed, Apr 28, 2021 12:36 pm

Hi all
Has anyone had a problem with excess oil dripping onto embroidery after servicing? Had my Janome 15000 back from shop on Monday, used it today for the first time since it’s service and I have had oil dripping onto work area when I’ve changed thread and used threader! I have complained to the shop and they say this can happen and it’s a fine line between enough oils and over doing the oil!! They say it’s coming from the take up lever and to rub it away.....which I have now but just wondered if it was bad servicing or a normal occurrence?
Judy, Cornwall U.K.


Re: Servicing of Janome 15000

Judy Jackson
 

Debbie, neither have I before this week.....after 20 plus years of machine embroidery. Doesn’t sound right does it?  
Judy 


On 29 Apr 2021, at 20:09, Debra Mclin <rick.debbie.mclin@...> wrote:


I have never had oil anywhere on my machine after servicing.
Debbie

On Thu, Apr 29, 2021 at 8:03 AM Judy Jackson <judyjackson282@...> wrote:
Hi all
Has anyone had a problem with excess oil dripping onto embroidery after servicing? Had my Janome 15000 back from shop on Monday, used it today for the first time since it’s service and I have had oil dripping onto work area when I’ve changed thread and used threader! I have complained to the shop and they say this can happen and it’s a fine line between enough oils and over doing the oil!! They say it’s coming from the take up lever and to rub it away.....which I have now but just wondered if it was bad servicing or a normal occurrence?
Judy, Cornwall U.K.






Re: Servicing of Janome 15000

Debra Mclin
 

I have never had oil anywhere on my machine after servicing.
Debbie

On Thu, Apr 29, 2021 at 8:03 AM Judy Jackson <judyjackson282@...> wrote:
Hi all
Has anyone had a problem with excess oil dripping onto embroidery after servicing? Had my Janome 15000 back from shop on Monday, used it today for the first time since it’s service and I have had oil dripping onto work area when I’ve changed thread and used threader! I have complained to the shop and they say this can happen and it’s a fine line between enough oils and over doing the oil!! They say it’s coming from the take up lever and to rub it away.....which I have now but just wondered if it was bad servicing or a normal occurrence?
Judy, Cornwall U.K.






Servicing of Janome 15000

Judy Jackson
 

Hi all
Has anyone had a problem with excess oil dripping onto embroidery after servicing? Had my Janome 15000 back from shop on Monday, used it today for the first time since it’s service and I have had oil dripping onto work area when I’ve changed thread and used threader! I have complained to the shop and they say this can happen and it’s a fine line between enough oils and over doing the oil!! They say it’s coming from the take up lever and to rub it away.....which I have now but just wondered if it was bad servicing or a normal occurrence?
Judy, Cornwall U.K.


Re: Lap Seam foot

berninahusq
 


Re: Lap Seam foot

Judy
 

Thank you, Tracy.  I have the Janome 15000 Quiltmaker.  I also have the foot book, but I guess I didn’t know what I was looking for.  Are the feet you found generic or Janome?


Re: Lap Seam foot

Tracy
 

Judy-

Yes, there are felling feet for low shank and high shank machines.  I don't know what model Janome you want one for.  I found them on the sewingpartsonline website.  They have them for different widths of flat felled seams.

 

If you have the Foot Book App on an apple device- you should be able to find the feet also.

Tracy in Nashville, TN

Martha Pullen Licensed Educator


Re: Foot pedal Janome 15000

favymtz
 

I frequently use the 12000 foot pedal for the 15000, because when I take my machine to class I don't like to carry the big bulky one.
(I should say, when we used to go to classes!)
It works fine.
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Favymtz


Lap Seam foot

Judy
 

Does Janome have an equivalent foot to Bernina’s #71 Lap seam foot?  I have seen the lap seam for used to sew on binding and would like to find a Janome foot like it.
thank you.


Re: suggested stitch?

June E Hudspeth
 

Hi Kathy:

 

WOW oh WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

This is amazing.  Love this technique to pieces (big smile).

 

Thank you so much for sharing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

June

 

From: onlinesewing-janome@groups.io <onlinesewing-janome@groups.io> On Behalf Of Kathy Strabel
Sent: Thursday, April 22, 2021 5:04 PM
To: onlinesewing-janome@groups.io Notification <onlinesewing-janome@groups.io>
Subject: Re: [onlinesewing-janome] suggested stitch?

 

Joyce----Do you know how to do a binding?  Like on the edge of a quilt. It could be made from a separate piece of fabric that coordinates with your muslin fabric. Don't be put off if you don't feel you could do the mitered corners that are traditional. There is another way to bind a quilt that I have adopted that does not require mitering the corners. There is a very good video on You Tube that explains this super easy method.  Here is the link to the video:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aJFiiACpKRA&t=358s

Good luck!

Kathy Strabel

 

On Thu, Apr 22, 2021 at 2:02 PM Joyce Daniel <mdaniel@...> wrote:

I have a beautiful piece of 2 sided slate blue musliny type fabric I’d like to use as a receiving blanket/nursing cover.

Any suggestions for a way to finish the raw edge?

It’s light weight and one sided, not sheer. I only have a yard so don’t really have any extra to practice with. Help??

Joyce in GA

 

We are all tourists, God is our travel agent

who has already identified our routes,

bookings, and destinations…..trust Him always

and enjoy the beautiful life He has given you.

Charlie Chaplin

 


 

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Have a good one!
Kathy Strabel




Re: Foot pedal Janome 15000

Lyn Quine
 

I had the same problem with my 15000 foot pedal, I sent it back to Janome, and it was replaced under warranty, i had taken out the extended warranty, whilst I was waiting I used the foot pedal from my 6600P, it’s the same pedal as the 12000, I was glad when I got the replacement, only because it’s bigger under foot. 


Re: Foot pedal Janome 15000

Helene B
 

Thank you


On Apr 23, 2021, at 5:31 AM, Jim Stutsman via groups.io <onlinesewing@...> wrote:

It will work, but it won't attach to the bracket with the cutter on it. As long as you don't mind using the button to cut threads you should be fine.

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