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Re: UGRR in Indiana

sewnice@...
 

Vicki,
what a wonderful story.  


Re: Puckers in embroidery and wash away stabilizer

Roberta K
 

Favy:

I have never tried using only wash-away stabilizer with knits. I always thought that using it by itself was limited to free standing lace and toppings for nappy fabric (terry cloth, fleece, etc).

Now that you say it works, I will certainly try it. Which would you recommend for jersey knit fabric?

Thanks,
Roberta


Re: printing a recipe?

Cat - N
 

Wow...so many things I will have to look up to see what they are.  I was a long time I.T. professional but only only printed on canvass made FOR printers...which came out looking almost like it was a 'real' oil painting.  I do love Kona cotton, though!  What printer do you use?  I see Epson and Bubble Jet mentioned.

- Cat (FL)


-----Original Message-----
From: vicki J. Wardwell <vjw_65@...>
To: onlinesewing-janome@groups.io
Sent: Wed, Jul 29, 2020 4:09 pm
Subject: Re: [onlinesewing-janome] printing a recipe?

I have done a bit of fabric printing found that Kaufman
kona Bay cotton white is the best fabric to use Epson Dura brite ink is a dye ink and stays the longest.
I used Bubble Jet 2000 rinse and the set solution.
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Vicki Jane Hull- Wardwell


Re: Calibration issue

Mary E
 

Actually what I did was go into sewing mode, so the arm went to home. I was able to release it and noticed that it was about 2” over from the home position. I then removed the unit from the machine and gently (emphasizing gently here) pushed it back to the regular home position (while the arm was closed). I then put it back on the machine and ran through several open and close routines. It seemed to go back to home position fine, so then I did a quilt embroidery and it worked perfectly. Phew! 
Mary


On Wednesday, July 29, 2020, Jim Stutsman via groups.io <onlinesewing=icloud.com@groups.io> wrote:
If you turn the machine off, wait a minute, then back on, it will re-center as part of the self-test. If that doesn't work there is a calibration option in Settings. However being off 2" in either direction is huge, well beyond anything you can calibrate. That would require service.


Re: UGRR in Indiana

Shirley Allen
 

Thank you so much it is very interesting  Shirley


Re: printing a recipe?

vicki J. Wardwell <vjw_65@...>
 

I have done a bit of fabric printing found that Kaufman
kona Bay cotton white is the best fabric to use Epson Dura brite ink is a dye ink and stays the longest.
I used Bubble Jet 2000 rinse and the set solution.
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Vicki Jane Hull- Wardwell


UGRR in Indiana

vicki J. Wardwell <vjw_65@...>
 
Edited

My 4 times great grandfather Charles Hull served in war of 1812 
For his service, The president granted him a 100 acre homestead in southern Indiana.
He Married Pruea Judd from TN. Pruea's father built the KY and TN UGRRs
Pruea and Harriet  Tubman traveled Indiana to assign the safe houses.
Years ago the Indiana DNR commissioned the writing of the Indiana Underground railroad its eastern routes and passages.
Chapters 2 and 3 are about the Hull's.
I met the author in Facebook. she added to my story.
My mother would set my Shirley temple curls with sugar water, bees chased me all the time.
We would go down for a reunion everybody went outside after to play .
Not me the bees kept me inside I would sit under the table and listen to them talk about 'Aunt Mary' [really was Pruea]
I was the only one to hear it, one day grandpa found me under there and made me swear to never tell what I had heard .
When I was 60 I decided it was time to tell.
Nobody believed me so I bought each of my siblings a copy of the book.
After each dinner I would get other relatives aside and ask to confirm what I heard often they would add a bit.
Aunt Amelia never went to the dinners our step grandmother kicked her out when she was 15 so she never returned.
She enriched with more details.Pruea died 13 years before the civil war began She had already built the UGRR and helped hundreds to freedom.
My whole life I kept the secret even when the black kids would tell me I owed them for what my ancestors did.
Pruea and Charles had 5 sons all five served in the civil war.One was captured and the POWs were sent home after the war on the steamboat
Sultana he was on it when it exploded still to this day our largest maritime disaster, bigger than the Titanic.
www.mshistorynow.mdah.ms.gov/articles/319/...of-the-sultana


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Vicki Jane Hull- Wardwell


Re: Calibration issue

Jim Stutsman
 

If you turn the machine off, wait a minute, then back on, it will re-center as part of the self-test. If that doesn't work there is a calibration option in Settings. However being off 2" in either direction is huge, well beyond anything you can calibrate. That would require service.


Re: printing a recipe?

vicki J. Wardwell <vjw_65@...>
 

I digitized the recipe with an easy to read font  divided into four steps.  One Step for each corner. Made for my grand-daughter.
I'll add the noodle recipe photos Any time you see a red line or dot It is an alignment point or leveling line.
I found the center of each corner made a cross for alignment for hooping the flour sack towel.
When I digitized the steps each design had a center alignment cross.
When I hooped the corner I used the placement plastic to get it centered on a 5 by 7 hoop.
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Vicki Jane Hull- Wardwell


Calibration issue

Mary E
 

I was doing quilting in Accuquilt and a small pair of scissors fell to the back of the machine between the arm and where you depress the switch to open the arm. I got to it fairly quickly but I am wondering if the calibration got knocked out, because now it seems to center up about 2" to the right and 2 " lower than before. I am working on a client job and can compensate but have to be careful that the needle holder doesn't hit the magnets while stitching. 
my question is, is this a fairly easy fix or am I looking at a whole new arm? I have a lot of jobs in the queue and i need my embroidery machine!
thanks
Mary Eckstein


Re: pre wound Janome bobbins

Shirley Bedard
 

Yes they will

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On Wednesday, July 29, 2020, 10:34:38 AM EDT, janeo51 <janv46@...> wrote:


Hello, I am the proud and extremely happy owner of the M7 and just saw that Janome has pre wound bobbins, I am wondering if they will fit the M7 machines?! Thank you for your help!


Re: printing a recipe?

Joyce Daniel
 

Hi Vicki,
Yes, I would REALLY like to know how exactly you embroidered/printed the family recipe onto a flour sack towel
mdaniel@...


Re: monofilament thread

Patricia Ward
 

I would use the regular or red bobbin.  Applique is a decorative regular sewing stitch so that is why I suggested that.  
Pat

On Tue, Jul 28, 2020 at 6:58 PM Carole O'Mara <caroleinco@...> wrote:
Which bobbin holder should I use when using monofilament thread in the top with 50wt in the bobbin?  Red, yellow or blue?  I’ll be appliquéing onto 100% cotton, using the buttonhole stitch. 

Thanks,
Carole








pre wound Janome bobbins

janeo51
 

Hello, I am the proud and extremely happy owner of the M7 and just saw that Janome has pre wound bobbins, I am wondering if they will fit the M7 machines?! Thank you for your help!


Re: printing a recipe?

Shirley Allen
 

Great story & you & your family were part of it.  Tell us more Shirley


monofilament thread

Carole O'Mara
 

Which bobbin holder should I use when using monofilament thread in the top with 50wt in the bobbin? Red, yellow or blue? I’ll be appliquéing onto 100% cotton, using the buttonhole stitch.

Thanks,
Carole


Re: printing a recipe?

vicki J. Wardwell <vjw_65@...>
 

I made the Under Ground Rail Road Sampler Quilt block 12 is the family oral history of our part in it it is embroidered on a 12.5 by 12.5 piece of fabric.
Is complicated to do but it can be done I also embroidered the family egg noodle recipe on a flour sack towel on the 4 corners.
If you are interested Let me know i will walk you through it. Off to put photos in group.

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Vicki Jane Hull- Wardwell


Re: Puckers in embroidery

 

Joyce:

I avoid using fusible polimesh. What I do is I hoop the item, if it is not a  shrink fabric, with medium weight tearaway stabilizer then if it presents puckers I float under the hoop a sheet or two of light telar away stabilizer. If it is a stretching fabric I use the cut stabilizer and also I have used , with excellent results a piece of an old pillow case or bed sheet and in the top, a transparent water  soluble stabilizer.

Hope this can be of help

El martes, julio 28, 2020, 11:18 a.m., Joyce VanAtta via groups.io <shesews4em@...> escribió:

Thanks for all the tips on preventing puckers on embroidery projects.
My sampler is finally finished the fourth time.  It has some ripples
but no nasty puckers.  I have fusible polymesh.  Is there a way to preshrink
it before use?  I know it peels away easily, so should I iron it onto some
scrap fabric first, then remove it for the project??

Thanks everyone,
Joyce


Re: Puckers in embroidery

Joyce VanAtta
 

Thanks for all the tips on preventing puckers on embroidery projects.
My sampler is finally finished the fourth time.  It has some ripples
but no nasty puckers.  I have fusible polymesh.  Is there a way to preshrink
it before use?  I know it peels away easily, so should I iron it onto some
scrap fabric first, then remove it for the project??

Thanks everyone,
Joyce


Re: Puckers in embroidery

favymtz
 

I don't fully understand your question Roberta. Wash Away stabilizer on t-shirts, of course!
Printable type? I don't know of any reason why one would use a Printable Type Wash Away Stabilizer for embroidery of this type. Usually that product is used when doing hand embroidery, and in that case is because it's the pattern that is drawn onto the stabilizer so that the hand embroidery can be done.
Wash Away Stabilizers are ANY stabilizers that dissolve with water, and there are several available.
Film type in at least 3 weights, Mesh type in various weights/quality and sticky back, and the paper type that can be drawn or printed on.

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Favymtz

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