Janome Blog

  • 9/26/2016

    Quilted Pouch Tutorial by Jessee Maloney

    When Janome contacted Jessee Maloney of Art School Dropout to test drive the new Horizon Memory Craft 9400 and create a project with it, she expected a nice machine, but what she got instead was pure amazing!

    Jessee loved the features on the MC9400. The large space and extension table were very useful and she was also impressed with the amount of LED lights above the throat area and needle. Jessee also mentioned in her review that over the years, she has seen machines eat thin fabric because the feed dog area holes were just too big. She was excited to see that Janome offers more than one needle plate with great positioning of holes to feed fabric quickly and smoothly. Not a single piece of fabric was eaten up when using the MC9400.

    In addition, Jessee enjoyed the numerous amount of stitch options on the MC9400. She liked how the machine told her exactly what foot to use when she chose the stitch. She was able to complete her Quilted Pouch project with ease as the machine is super fast and the two thread cutter options made everything so much more convenient. 

    Click here to read her review and follow along her project tutorial.


  • 9/26/2016

    Ruffled Suspender Skirt for Girls

    Janome Artisan Kelly Crawford of Sewing in No Mans Land made this adorable Ruffled Suspender Skirt with her Skyline S7 machine for her daughters. This outfit idea is perfect for the fall and looks absolutely darling on young girls. Kelly recommends wearing the suspenders with a warm sweater underneath or cute knee socks.

    Click here to learn how to make Kelly's beautiful suspender skirt for your little cutie. Click here for Kelly's blog post and you can download her free pattern by clicking here.

  • 9/23/2016

    Inspiring Home Projects from Erin Schlosser

    Janome Educator Erin Schlosser wrote an awesome book Sew Home that includes beautiful, fresh and modern projects for anyone moving into a new living space or looking to redecorate. Our Freelance Educator Danielle Wilkes has been decorating her freshly built house and couldn’t wait to create the projects in Erin’s book!

    Hear about the project Danielle made and the machine features that saved her from a near disaster when she decided to sew with knit instead of quilting cotton. There is also a brief interview with Erin about the machine features, feet and models that made her projects come together.

    Click here for a PDF of Danielle’s interview with Erin.


  • 9/23/2016

    Cute Project Idea from Miriam Coffey

    Spruce up almost any shirt or dress by putting a cute little collar on it. You can use Janome Freelance Educator Miriam Coffey's technique to any size garment from babies to adults. 

    Miriam's project is also a great way to use some of those decorative stitches you have been wanting to use, but are unsure where to use it.

    Click here to follow Miriam's tutorial and make a collar for yourself or a friend!

  • 9/21/2016

    Make a Boy's Autumn Vest

    Now that the dog days of summer are over, it is time to finally enjoy some crisp autumn weather. As you head into the pumpkin patches and enjoy a lovely hayride through the fields with your little ones, make sure they are comfortable and also looking super cute for those memorable pictures!

    Janome's Premier Project Contributor Elaine Shepherd made this adorable Boy's Autumn Vest. It is super cute for the little man in your life.

    Click here to learn how to make it.

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