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Janome help

Posted by ninga_noo (My Page) on
Sun, Apr 23, 06 at 14:39

Is there anyone out there who knows Janomes and can help me. OR someone who knows how to machinge embroidery on t-shirts. I posted last week and some of you gave me ideas but they are not working. I am feeling so frustrated and alone on this project. It is just not working!

Thanks

Lynn


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RE: Janome help

Machine emb. on T shirts is not difficult. Hoop a stabiliser like a "no show mesh" type. Spray with 505 basting spray. Stick your T shirt to the stabiliser and embroider away. I have a Janome 300E.
I use Madeira rayon thread, or several types of polyester. I've heard NOT to use Janome thread.
I use Schmetz universal needles.
What's not working?
I'd love to be able to help you. You're NOT alone!


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RE: Janome help +

Also, try the same design on some nice stable cotton before you try on a t shirt. Feel free to adjust the tension.


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