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Re: Exquisite thread

Joyce Daniel
 

Where is the Exquisite thread sold? And, is this the website that currently has it on sale?

Joyce in hot GA…..whew!!

 

 

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Re: Exquisite thread

Sharleen Brett
 

The store I purchased my 500e from carried & recommended Exquisite thread. Soon after I also found a great deal on Exquisite thread. So that’s about all that my 500e has had, and I’ve been very happy with it. I used some of their neon colors to make FSL headbands (attached to stretchy fabric) for my granddaughter. She loved those!


Sharleen Brett                                         
Cell: (817) 939-6469


On Jul 19, 2020, at 11:46 AM, Patty Winkler <pattywinkler1@...> wrote:

Exquisite thread is awesome! I have used this brand for several years. 


Re: rulers

sewnice@...
 

thank you


Re: Exquisite thread

Patty Winkler
 

Exquisite thread is awesome! I have used this brand for several years. 


Re: non bound scallop edge

Jeanniett Chicky
 

Eleanor Burns has a great tutorial for a scalloped edge wall hanging/table topper.  It is also in her book “Twenty Five Years and Still Stripping”  the Nine Patch Party Quilt.. It provides a very good how to instructions with a scallop pattern.

Jeanniett

 

From: onlinesewing-janome@groups.io <onlinesewing-janome@groups.io> On Behalf Of Patricia Ward
Sent: Tuesday, July 14, 2020 6:12 AM
To: onlinesewing-janome@groups.io
Subject: Re: [onlinesewing-janome] non bound scallop edge

 

Sharon, I have done that when I was using the scallop border on top of another sashing and the scallop was to be stitched down almost like an applique on the last border.  IF I am doing scallops on the outside border then I do use a bias cut binding. Cut on the bias the binding goes on much smoother because you are going around curves and into junctions of the scallops.  

 

Pat 

 

On Sat, Jul 11, 2020 at 6:09 PM <sewnice@...> wrote:

wondering if any has ever done a scallop edge without binding... just  decorative stitching along the edge instead..


Sharon


Re: Exquisite thread

Patty Winkler
 

I have the Janome 15000 and have exclusively used Exquisite thread. I love this thread. It embroiders beautifully! That’s a great price!


Re: Exquisite thread

Beth
 

I have used the Exquisite thread for years.  Originally it was recommended when I bought my first Janome.  My 15000 has no problem with it.


Re: Exquisite thread

Virginia
 

I absolutely love Exquisite thread. I have used it for years. It use to be called PolyX 40 then a few years ago they changed the name. I have had the 11,000, 12,000 and now the 15,000 and it is my go to thread when I can find it. It use to be available at our local Babylock store but they closed last year and neither store locally sells it. I have to purchase on line if I want it. 
Virginia. 



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-------- Original message --------
From: "sandra.sproles" <sandrasproles@...>
Date: 7/19/20 8:10 AM (GMT-05:00)
To: onlinesewing-janome@groups.io
Subject: [onlinesewing-janome] Exquisite thread

I am seeing a sale on Exquisite thread from DIME, 60 spools for $199.  I have always used Mettler poly sheen embroidery thread. I have the 15000 now, formerly had the 11000 and 12000 and they all loved  the Mettler thread. Does anyone use the Exquisite brand and if so do you have good experience with it?  I don’t want to invest this much in something I will be disappointed with. Thanks for any input.


Re: Exquisite thread

Janet Wallis
 

I have an 11000P and it does fine with exquisite thread. I bought it from my Janome dealer and I like it.

On Sun, Jul 19, 2020 at 8:10 AM sandra.sproles <sandrasproles@...> wrote:
I am seeing a sale on Exquisite thread from DIME, 60 spools for $199.  I have always used Mettler poly sheen embroidery thread. I have the 15000 now, formerly had the 11000 and 12000 and they all loved  the Mettler thread. Does anyone use the Exquisite brand and if so do you have good experience with it?  I don’t want to invest this much in something I will be disappointed with. Thanks for any input.


Exquisite thread

sandra.sproles
 

I am seeing a sale on Exquisite thread from DIME, 60 spools for $199.  I have always used Mettler poly sheen embroidery thread. I have the 15000 now, formerly had the 11000 and 12000 and they all loved  the Mettler thread. Does anyone use the Exquisite brand and if so do you have good experience with it?  I don’t want to invest this much in something I will be disappointed with. Thanks for any input.


Re: rulers

SewingRose
 

You can use a variety of rulers (or other guide) but the 6mm (1/4") thick type make the job easier as the ruler-foot is that height and won't ride up and over the edge of the ruler.  I was doing ruler quilting on my Janome 9450 a few days ago and some of my rulers are 3-4mm so I keep a closer eye on those and slow down a little.  These thinner rulers are cheaper versions I bought on eBay.

In saying that, I've used the same rulers on my Brother PQ1500 but the ruler foot for this machine can be raised/lowered, so the thinner rulers don't pose the same problem.

Lots of YouTube videos, particularly watch Leonie West (Westalee) quilting rulers as she worked with Janome and I'm sure she does a feather style. 

Hope this helps?  ...beware it's addictive!!  ;-))


Re: rulers

Diane
 

You can use any rulers that are made for ruler quilting and are the appropriate thickness for ruler work.

Diane B

On Fri, Jul 17, 2020, 6:30 PM <sewnice@...> wrote:
Hi all, 
I purchased some rulers at a quilt fair, and I'm wondering if they can be used with the 14000.  Or are the rulers  proprietary  to Janome?  I have the little foot for the ruler work, I would really like to do a "feather" look, and I don't see that on the Janome rulers.

Thanks
Sharon


Re: Cover Pro 1000 CXP

Motchka
 

This PDF is perfect.  I'll be glad to have it as a reference if I need it in the future.


Re: Cover Pro 1000 CXP

Motchka
 

Dottie, thank you.  That link took me right to the manual.  


binder foot for 14000

sewnice@...
 

I ready to purchase the binding foot, but want to make sure I have the correct item... what is the screw for???

thanks 
Sharon

Janome Binder Foot For 9mm Machines


rulers

sewnice@...
 

Hi all, 
I purchased some rulers at a quilt fair, and I'm wondering if they can be used with the 14000.  Or are the rulers  proprietary  to Janome?  I have the little foot for the ruler work, I would really like to do a "feather" look, and I don't see that on the Janome rulers.

Thanks
Sharon


Re: Cover Pro 1000 CXP

Cynthia Dickerson
 

Here you go hope it helps!


Re: Cover Pro 1000 CXP

Dottie Newkirk
 

This might be what you're looking for.  Hope this helps.  https://www.manualslib.com/manual/1265838/Janome-Coverpro-1000cp.html     Dottie in Texas

On 7/15/2020 2:33 PM, Motchka wrote:
How does one get a hold of the Cover pro repair manual? I only received the user manual when I purchased my machine.
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Re: Cover Pro 1000 CXP

Motchka
 

How does one get a hold of the Cover pro repair manual? I only received the user manual when I purchased my machine.


Re: Binding Foot or Binder Attachment

Cheryl Paul
 

Thank you Diane,

I was hoping that you'd find the time and do a video of the binding from beginning to end.  I just finished 4 placemats to practice the binder and it took me a couple of weeks of thinking while doing other things, some sewing and some not to finish the ends.  If I can manage to do something "inside out and backwards" I do, so as much as I hate to admit this, it took me a WHOLE day to finish just 2 of those placemats.  I watched videos and even managed to still get things backwards or twisted.  I had to take a break to sort out my mind and try again.  SOOOO! you see why I'm asking for more help.  Another thing - the videos that are up on the internet are using the "traditional" binding method, which is double the width and sewn on in 2 steps.  This was confusing at first, until I took a look at my placemat and the "lights went on" and I realized that didn't matter as the angles were still the same.  Then I could concentrate on what was important and get it done.  However, I'll enjoy your video even more now that I don't have a particular struggle to get through for some results.

Cheryl - Saskatoon

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