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Re: Printing Horizon Link Suite 15K

Claire Schutz
 

I printed  both sides,   Claire S.



On 6/19/2014 3:17 PM, Benny Malone bkm4562@... [janome12000] wrote:
 

I did the same thing and was successful. I used 3-hole paper in my printer so it was easy to save the guide in a binder. It takes a lot of paper! Benny

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Re: embroidery stop needle position

erna_wooloowin
 

Hi Susan

That is exactly what I have been doing in order to avoid the little loop. I was just hoping that there was something else that I could have done. Thanks for your reply. Regards Bernadette


On Tue, Jun 17, 2014 at 6:38 PM, Susan Militello suemili48@... [janome12000] <janome12000@...> wrote:
 

I understand what you mean and I've found if I tug the thread from the top and take up that tiny bit of slack in the top thread, I don't get the loop.

On Jun 13, 2014 8:02 PM, "bmhvanbreemen@... [janome12000]" <janome12000@...> wrote:
 

is there any way that you can get the needle to stay in the fabric when you stop the embroidery stitch out? and I don't mean just stopping it, the needle comes up automatically and then physically push the needle down button. Is there a setting that I can change so my needle stays in the fabric when I stop the machine?

Thanks very much for your help. Regards Bernadette


Completely baffled, Jim says:
Uh, why would you want to do that? You can't remove the hoop that way or re-thread. There is no function on the machine for stopping needle down during embroidery, only in ordinary sewing.




Re: Sew-What Pro and Embird - Your comments please

juliadlf.ny@...
 

Thank you all for the responses. I did download the trial version of Sew-What Pro and so far it is doing exactly what I want and it has all the Janome MC12000 hoop sizes in the software. I also got help with how to do a split design. It does batch conversion of files, resizing and a couple of other things.
I plan to download the trial version of Embird Basic. I don't digitize (at least not at the moment) and I leave that to the pros. Maybe in the dead of winter I may try but for now I have a lot of projects in the pipeline that I'm anxious to complete and others I want to start.
I think though someone mentioned add-ons and upgrade costs which I need to check on that to compare both products.

I don't have MBX and was not given this when I bought my 12000. Perhaps your thinking of the 15000 owners?

Thanks again. I do appreciate the responses.

Julia
NY-MC12000


Simple tutorials

JeannieH
 

Hi, all! 

I've been putting some simple MBX/15K tutorials on my blog. The last two have been building a quilting design. It will have part 3 posted this weekend. I am not a pro, but I do teach for my dealer. Check them out here: 


Scraps In My Life


Thanks! 

Jeannie


Re: Printing Horizon Link Suite 15K

ceilsews <no_reply@...>
 

Claire,
Thank you for the printing information.  I printed the first three pages then wasn't sure what to do so I would get all the pages but not another copy of each page. Thank you.
Ceil


Re: Sew-What Pro and Embird - Your comments please

maggie cooper
 

Julia, I have Embird, Janome MBX Dew what Oro, and quite honestly Sew what pro does all that the Embird Editor plus true type font conversion. It can be used to split designs, change thread colours, rescale designs but costs less than Embird. The writer is helpful, its a nice no nonsense editor and very good.

Maggie Cooper


Re: Printing Horizon Link Suite 15K

Benny Malone
 

I did the same thing and was successful. I used 3-hole paper in my printer so it was easy to save the guide in a binder. It takes a lot of paper! Benny


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Re: Sew-What Pro and Embird - Your comments please

Gail
 

I also use Embird and I'm very happy with it.  I had Customizer 4D from HV first, then PE Design but really just wanted to be able t edit my designs and add lettering.  I really wasn't into Digitizing my own.  The upgrades for both those other software packages were about $500.00 and there was a new one every other year or so.  I really couldn't keep up and wasn't using the programs fully.  I went with Embird back in 2004 and have been very happy with it.  Upgrades are every couple of years, but only $20.00.  I do have the digitizing part, but still don't use it.  There are a couple of Yahoo groups for it that are  very helpful.


I got my 15000 a couple of months ago an I just recently converted all my files to .jef.  I did whole folders at a time so it was pretty quick and easy. 


I would recommend Embird


Gail in Florida


Printing Horizon Link Suite 15K

Claire Schutz
 

Today I was determined to print the "help" for this software.  First, open the software, click on EmbLink Tool, click on the ? upper right corner, click ONLY the purple books and you will automatically get all the subfolders.
At first I thought you had to print ea sub folder but no, all that info is included in the purple book folder. 

Then go back to the original pg for the software and do the same for "PatternCombo, Acutfil Tool, Stitch Composer.  The last couple I don't intend to do.  

Hope this helps someone,  I also tried to "save" but that can not be done. Wish Janome had done this differently.  

Maybe if we all contact them changes could be made,  Claire S.


Re: Sew-What Pro and Embird - Your comments please

Bea Rosier <beazoza@...>
 

I really think you are selling yourself short by not using the Digitizer MBX software. 

 

From: janome12000@... [mailto:janome12000@...]
Sent: Thursday, June 19, 2014 11:00 AM
To: janome12000@...
Subject: Re: [janome12000] Sew-What Pro and Embird - Your comments please

 

 

So are you using this as your software package instead of the Janome MBX software? If so, why did you choose embird?

Terry


On Jun 19, 2014, at 9:49 AM, "Con Conartist1945@... [janome12000]" <janome12000@...> wrote:

 

Have used Embird for years and love it. Best bargain around for embroidery software.

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On Jun 18, 2014, at 5:05 PM, "juliadlf.ny@... [janome12000]" <janome12000@...> wrote:

 

I have found 2 options which can help me with converting files and resizing designs  for my Janome MC12000. SewWhatPro and Embird Basic. SewWhatPro seems very easy to use but Embird appears to have just the same features or am I missing something? I just don't want to fall into  another software issue and spend $$ for something that won't work for saving files in the hoop sizes for the MC12000. 

 

Pricing of each is different but I'm more interested in just getting some feedback on which one worked best for you, if you purchased either of these. I'm not a commercial seller. Just a home hobbyist.

 

Thanks

Julia

NY-MC12000

 

 


Re: Sew-What Pro and Embird - Your comments please

MarieD <marie.drozdis@...>
 

If you're interested in why someone else uses Embird, here's why I do. It
cost $20 - $30 to upgrade to a newer version and the programmers are very
good at listening to what we want in the program. Those experiencing
problems with it are the exceptions.


BTW, Embird also does a batch conversion.


Marie

-----Original Message-----
From: Terry lifesastitch82@yahoo.com [janome12000]
Sent: Thursday, June 19, 2014 11:59 AM
To: janome12000@yahoogroups.com
Subject: Re: [janome12000] Sew-What Pro and Embird - Your comments please




So are you using this as your software package instead of the Janome MBX
software? If so, why did you choose embird?


Re: Sew-What Pro and Embird - Your comments please

Con <Conartist1945@...>
 

I'be had it for years. It works well with any format or converting formats. I have a viking, a babylock and a janome embroidery machine. I had originally purchased viking software. It was very expensive and very complicated ( no dealer support) embirds upgrades are also very reasonable. Carolyn Keber from secrets of embroidery has cds you can buy with the tutorials for embird. I think there's a lot of them out there now
Connie from Mass
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On Jun 19, 2014, at 11:59 AM, "Terry lifesastitch82@... [janome12000]" <janome12000@...> wrote:

 

So are you using this as your software package instead of the Janome MBX software? If so, why did you choose embird?

Terry



Re: Sew-What Pro and Embird - Your comments please

Marsha
 

Julia,
 
I have used Embird for years for editing & converting designs.  I love it.  Don’t know anything about Sew-what pro...
 
Marsha


Re: Sew-What Pro and Embird - Your comments please

Terry
 

So are you using this as your software package instead of the Janome MBX software? If so, why did you choose embird?

Terry

On Jun 19, 2014, at 9:49 AM, "Con Conartist1945@... [janome12000]" <janome12000@...> wrote:

 

Have used Embird for years and love it. Best bargain around for embroidery software.

Sent from my iPhone

On Jun 18, 2014, at 5:05 PM, "juliadlf.ny@... [janome12000]" <janome12000@...> wrote:

 

I have found 2 options which can help me with converting files and resizing designs  for my Janome MC12000. SewWhatPro and Embird Basic. SewWhatPro seems very easy to use but Embird appears to have just the same features or am I missing something? I just don't want to fall into  another software issue and spend $$ for something that won't work for saving files in the hoop sizes for the MC12000. 


Pricing of each is different but I'm more interested in just getting some feedback on which one worked best for you, if you purchased either of these. I'm not a commercial seller. Just a home hobbyist.


Thanks

Julia

NY-MC12000




Re: New owner classes

redrocks55
 

There are a  number of Tutorials on the Janome site.  More than they have ever had before.

Marcia

 

From: janome12000@... [mailto:janome12000@...]
Sent: Thursday, June 19, 2014 8:21 AM
To: janome12000@...
Subject: Re: [janome12000] New owner classes

 

 

There are now a growing number of on-line tutorials on http://www.udemy.com that can help the “visual” person, just search for Janome

 

Fred

 

 


Re: New owner classes

Fred Gillen <marketing@...>
 

There are now a growing number of on-line tutorials on http://www.udemy.com that can help the “visual” person, just search for Janome

Fred



Re: Sew-What Pro and Embird - Your comments please

Con <Conartist1945@...>
 

Have used Embird for years and love it. Best bargain around for embroidery software.

Sent from my iPhone

On Jun 18, 2014, at 5:05 PM, "juliadlf.ny@... [janome12000]" <janome12000@...> wrote:

 

I have found 2 options which can help me with converting files and resizing designs  for my Janome MC12000. SewWhatPro and Embird Basic. SewWhatPro seems very easy to use but Embird appears to have just the same features or am I missing something? I just don't want to fall into  another software issue and spend $$ for something that won't work for saving files in the hoop sizes for the MC12000. 


Pricing of each is different but I'm more interested in just getting some feedback on which one worked best for you, if you purchased either of these. I'm not a commercial seller. Just a home hobbyist.


Thanks

Julia

NY-MC12000




Re: Customer from another store

Virginia
 

Not knowing what area you are in.  You might consider contacting Janome direct either by E-mail or phone early in the morning and tell them .  they may be able to help you.  I purchased my first Janome on line and was able to get support from my local dealer.

Virginia


-----Original Message-----
From: Cmdamico cmdamico@... [janome12000]
To: janome12000
Sent: Thu, Jun 19, 2014 12:26 am
Subject: [janome12000] Customer from another store

 
Can't always blame it on the customer. I purchased an expensive machine at the Houston Quilt Festival and the company sales rep (not a dealer) told me I could get training near my home even through it was 60 miles from the dealer selling the machines. I knew enough to clarify that with the dealers saleswoman who said "oh no, the free classes are only at our store".

Carmen


Re: Sew-What Pro and Embird - Your comments please

Susan
 

Julia - I'm unfamiliar with SewWhatPro so can't offer an opinion on it.  But I have used Embird for years and years and love it.  I'm a new 15000 owner and have to customize my hoop sizes as they haven't upgraded the program yet for these new sizes (possibly the same for the 12000).  I wouldn't trade Embird for anything - it does everything I need it to do. 
Susan

On 6/18/2014 2:05 PM, juliadlf.ny@... [janome12000] wrote:
 

I have found 2 options which can help me with converting files and resizing designs  for my Janome MC12000. SewWhatPro and Embird Basic. SewWhatPro seems very easy to use but Embird appears to have just the same features or am I missing something? I just don't want to fall into  another software issue and spend $$ for something that won't work for saving files in the hoop sizes for the MC12000. 


Pricing of each is different but I'm more interested in just getting some feedback on which one worked best for you, if you purchased either of these. I'm not a commercial seller. Just a home hobbyist.


Thanks

Julia

NY-MC12000





Re: Sew-What Pro and Embird - Your comments please

cnystul in Mn.
 

I use Embird...its pretty easy to use and does what I want it to do...re-size, convert, etc.
 
Cathy Nystul

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