October 2015

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October 2015 Classes



Boys Button Shirt Oct 2 @ 10am $20

Holiday Extravaganza Anita Workshop Oct 5 @ 10am $60 for three month of projects 3 parts
BOOO! wall hanging October 6 @ 10am ***JUST ADDED

Owl Panel with boarder Free Motion Oct 7 @ 10am $25

Mug Rug in the Hoop Oct 9 @ 10am $15

Tiny Teddy Bear out of sleeper Oct 12 @10am $20

Paper Piecing Oct 14 @ 10am $20

Fall Table Runner Oct 16 @10am $25

Quilt Block of the month Oct 19 @ 10am $20

Hugs & Kisses Quilt Oct 21 @10am $30

Witch Feet with cookies Oct 23 @ 10am $15

Holiday Extravaganza Nov 9 @10am part 2

Holiday Extravaganza Dec 7 @ 10am part 3


Frequently Asked Questions


Janome Top Of The Line 15000

Horizon Memory Craft 15000

When you create with fabric and thread, every project is a journey. Where you end up and how you get there is all up to you... and your machine. And with wireless connect via your PC or iPad and our fastest processor to date, you'll be there in no time. And the size is fantastic. The Horizon MC15000v2 comes standard with our largest hoop and has the largest touch screen we've ever made! No matter which direction you head, the new Horizon MC15000 can take you there.

  • 510 Built-in stitches
  • 480 Built-in embroidery designs
  • 13 One-step buttonholes
  • Automatic thread tension
  • Automatic built-in needle threader
  • AcuGuide automatic cloth guide
  • Snap-on presser feet
  • Memorized needle up/down
  • Automatic presser foot lift
  • One-step needle plate conversion
  • AcuFeed Flex Layered Fabric Feeding System
  • 7 piece feed dog
  • Stitch Composer stitch creation program
  • Free arm
  • Drop feed
  • Variable Zig Zag for Free Motion Quilting with width adjustment for satin stitch
  • Start/stop button
  • Speed control slider
  • Locking stitch button
  • Automatic thread cutter with memory function
  • Twin needle guard
  • Easy reverse button
  • Memory capability: up to 4MB of storage
  • Adjustable knee lift
  • Independent bobbin winding motor
  • Extra high presser foot lift
  • LCD Full color touchscreen 7.7” x 4.7”
  • Foot pressure adjustment
  • Foot height adjustment
  • Maximum stitch width: 9mm
  • Maximum stitch length: 5mm
  • Sewing application support with on-screen help
  • Full intensity lighting system with 10 white LED lamps in 5 locations
  • 15” Embossed stainless steel bed
  • Retractable High Light and AcuView Magnifier in three different magnifications
  • Available iPad apps including AcuDesign, AcuMonitor and AcuEdit
  • Real time PC connection with Horizon Link Suite for combing and editing embroidery designs.
  • Top loading full rotary hook bobbin
  • 11 Fonts with European characters
  • 2&3 Letter monogramming function
  • Maximum embroidery size: 9.1” x 11.8” (230mm x 300mm)
  • Design transfer options: Wireless, USB, Direct PC connection via Horizon Link Suite
  • Linear Motion Embroidery System / Embroidery sewing speed: 400 – 1,000 spm
  • Embroidery format: .JEF, .JEF+, .JPX / Editing functions: Resize, Combine, Duplicate, Rotate, Flip, Arc, Group, Drag & Drop, Zoom, Trace, User Color Choice
  • Programmable jump thread trimming
  • Adjustable speed while embroidering / Flexible stitch travelling by units of 1, 10, and 100
  • Automatic enabling cutwork
  • AcuFil quilting system in Horizon Link Suite
  • Auto return post thread break
  • Adjustable hoop positioning
  • Thread brand selection: Janome (Polyester and Acrylic), Gutermamn Sulky (Rayon 40), Madeira(Polyneon 40), Robison-Anton (Polyester 40 and Rayon 40), Mettler (Poly sheen), Jenny Haskins (Rayon)
  • Semi Hard Cover included
  • DVD included
  • Available Hoops: GR: 9.1” x 11.8” , SQ23: 9.1” x 9.1” , SQ14: 5.5” x 5.5” 
  • Free Arm FA10: 3.9” x 1.6”


Download Whatttttt???
Transferring a design from your PC to a USB Stick or ATA Card (compact flash card) without the use of Janome software is a simple process. For machines that have only a main folder, place the .jef files inside the main folder. For machines that have a sub-folder in addition to a main folder, place the .jef files inside the sub-folder. The file folders will vary from one machine to another machine, but the process will be the same. You may have obtained designs from the internet or already have designs stored in a folder on your pc, or you may be using designs from a CD-Rom. It is important to know how to find these files using Windows Explorer once you are ready to put them on your USB or Card media. Memory Craft 15000 The maximum size USB stick to use with this machine is16 GB. Please note that Janome has not been able to test all brands available, so some USB sticks may be incompatible. Please also note that the card should not be used as a storage device for all of your design files, this will slow down response time for your machine to retrieve a file. To write the design to the USB stick on your computer: 1. Insert the flash media into your computer. 2. Launch My Computer or Windows Explorer. Find the design on your computer that you want to write to the flash media. Right click on the design to get a pop-up menu. Click Copy. 3. Maneuver to drive letter for your USB and double-click on it to show the EMB folder, and then double-click on the EMB folder so you see the Embf folder. Now, right-click on the Embf folder and choose paste to place your design into the Embf folder. (When saving your embroidery files onto the USB stick, you can save them in the Embf folder, or you can save your embroidery files to the root of the USB. Not having to save the designs in a folder is a new feature currently only on the MC15000.) This is how it should look when properly setup: Tip: If you wish to make your own custom-named folders, these folders need to be created inside of the EMB folder i.e. EMB>Flowers, the Flowers folder will contain your floral .jef files. Custom folders can be created on your PC in Windows Explorer. Once you have located the drive letter of your USB stick, double-click on the EMB folder, you will see the Embf folder, right-click in a blank area and choose New>Folder, name the folder, now you can move .jef files into the folder using steps 1-3 above. Inside the EMB folder you will now see the Embf folder as well as your custom-named folder. To read the design on the MC15000: 1. Remove the flash media from your computer. Insert it into the 15000. 2. Touch Embroidery Mode key. 3. Touch the Open mode key. 4. Touch USB Memory. 5. Touch the Embf folder and choose your design.  send me an email for other machine trasfers. sewingfs@aol.com