Laminates Love The Janome Ultraglide Foot
Leave a comment about a "sticky situation" your Janome has saved your from, and you could win!
Cotton laminates are one of the most popular new substates coming from fabric manufacturers these days. They are much easier to work with than the old-school oil cloths, but they still require some special handling. Number 1) stay away from pins; use clips or temporary adhesives to hold pieces together prior to seaming. Number 2) a regular presser foot will stitck to laminates; use the Janome Ultraglide foot.
We're guessing successful-sewing-with-laminates is just one of the "sticky situations" in which your trusty Jaome has saved the day! Leave us a comment below telling us about your favorite Janome-to-the-rescue moment. We'll draw a winner from all the comments collected between now and August 31, 2012. The winner will receive a Janome Ultraglide foot plus two generous cuts of beautiful cotton laminate from Tula Pink's soon to be released collection for FreeSprit Fabrics: The Birds & The Bees.
Our friends at Sew4Home.com, where Janome America is a sponsor, recently finished a series with FreeSpirit and sent us these two lovely fabric cuts to give away. The laminate is 55" wide, and our winner will recieve 1¼ yards of Meteor Shower in Cinnamon and 1½ yards of Tree of Life in Cinnamon.
You can visit Sew4Home for a great tutorial on working with laminates as well as fun ideas for laminate projects, such as as a vanity tabletop cover. But first, leave a comment below about your "sticky situation" for your chance to win.