PART 7 IN THE SERIES ON FEET & ACCESSORIES: PINTUCK FEET

“My only comfort,” she said to Meg, with tears in her eyes, “is that Mother doesn’t take tucks in my dresses whenever I’m naughty, as Maria Parks’ mother does. My dear, it’s really dreadful, for sometimes she is so bad her frock is up to her knees, and she can’t come to school”.     Chapter 4:  Little Women,  by Louisa May Alcott

Pin tucks have been around for a very long time, and even incorporated into books!  If you love heirloom work you will be very familiar with pin tucks.  heirloom pintuckI love the look of pintucks in home décor and in fashion.

MKI found this Michael Kors Striped Pintuck shirt on sale for $85 from $198!

The details on this shirt are easily created with the Elna Pin Tuck feet and a twin needle.

If you look closely at the pin tuck feet there are series of grooves on the bottom. The pintucksetgrooves are there to space your pintucks perfectly if you’re making more than one.  They will be parallel and evenly spaced. Choose from the 7 groove or 5 groove pintuck foot and are available in 7mm as a set (wide & narrow) and 9mm, Wide with 5 grooves or 9mm Narrow with 7 grooves.

Adjust the needle tension to the highest setting. This is really important. The higher tension will make the pintuck stick up from the fabric, if it is too loose, the pintuck will not form resulting in just two rows of stitching. Twin needles are available in 2mm, 3mm 4mm and 6mm and 8mm widths. Just be sure your machine can accommodate the width of the needles.

The feet will help you line up your pintucks so they are perfectly straight. Align your first pintuck into one of the grooves and use that as a guide for your next one.

Another option is to insert cording into the pintuck as they are forming. The cord guide set, snaps in place of the bobbin cover and create a channel for the cord to go into the pintuck. These are available for all of our top loading machines. Please see your local dealer for the set to fit your machine. The cording helps the pintuck stand up. Using a heavier yarn that shows through your fabric, creates a shadow pintuck.

pin tuck cord guides

National Sewing Month is coming up in September. Make a goal of trying a different foot each week. Create a pin tuck project and send us a picture. We’ll share it here in Sept!

Happy sewing, Linda P.

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PINS ARE A SEWING STAPLE

pin cushion

Us sewers all use pins almost every single time we sew so even though we don’t talk much about them, they are VERY IMPORTANT. I thought it might be good to have a post focusing just on pins.

magnetic pin cushion

The lovely Japanese pin cushion at the top of the post was a gift from a co-worker a while back and I love it. It has a wooden base and then what looks like maybe silk fabric over the puffy part. It is just heavy enough not to go sliding all over my sewing table but not too heavy to be a hassle to move around. I also have several magnetic pin cushions (above) at work and at home. They are great……until they drop off the table. I think every one I own has a chip or major ding! They still work but are not so pretty anymore. I also have a shallow magnetic bowl which holds a LOT of pins. I’m thinking this was originally an office stationery supply thing for paper clips or something similar so that might explain why I poke myself every time I reach for a pin as many of the pins get caught head end down & point up with the magnet. Ouch!

pins 3

After my recent 3 day sewing marathon (yes…..some people report they run marathons and are sleek & super fit. I sew instead!), I really got irritated by my motley and sometimes painful collection of pins & pincushions. So I set about tidying up in true type A style:

pill bottle for broken pins

I have an old pill bottle which gets filled up with used, bent & broken pins & needles. When it is full I give it to my daughter who is a nurse and she disposes of the contents in a sharps bin. I understand that some drug stores will do this for you, maybe your Doctor’s clinic? or failing that I see sharps bins on the walls of some public washrooms so you could put them in there too I suppose? Hopefully no-one will get the wrong idea about why we have so many “needles” to dispose of?!  But so long as we dispose of them responsibly and they don’t end up in the landfills where they might injure a person or animal, it is all good.

I'm am definitely going to buy more of these....they are long, sharp and have a clear glass head. I like them for every day sewing & quilting.

I’m am definitely going to buy more of these….they are long, sharp and have a clear glass head. I like them for every day sewing & quilting.

I have many different types of pins, some good and some not so good. I am currently weeding out the ones I don’t like and they are going into that little pill bottle together with BENT PINS…….WHY do we persist in keeping those as we just end up putting them aside every time we pick them up???   TOSS…no use in keeping bent, rusty or blunt pins…..they are just annoying as they break the creative flow of sewing.

The flower head pin (which is on very thin ice in my sewing room as it has already got a little bent!)

The flower head pin (which is on very thin ice in my sewing room as it has already got a little bent!)

I also noticed recently that my different types of pins had got awfully mixed up so when you think you are reaching for a fine silk pin, you get a cheap plastic head pin instead…….again: a minor annoyance.  A flower head pin is wonderful for whenever you do not want the head to be in the way (such as cutting pinned sections of fabric with a rotary cutting ruler) but they do bend quite easily as they are so long so I prefer not to use them for everyday sewing. I keep these in a cute little vintage box for occasional use.

I’m all for a peaceful, stress free life so OUT goes the jumbled up collection hence my nicely ordered pin cushion at the top of this post.  Plastic head pins are now SO yesterday in my sewing room. And blunt points have also been given their marching orders. WHAT is the point of keeping a blunt pin?? …..pun intended. SO: toss the junk, buy good quality pins only and keep your types of pins separate as they truly do have different functions.

Metal Heads

Metal Heads

I love these metal head pins as they just appealed to me, I thought they were pretty (I swear I might have been a magpie in another life!)  I think they came on one of those wheels. Come to think of it, I have not seen them very often so they might be hard to find? I have used mine a lot and have a collection of gold, silver & bronze colours.

I remember thinking these were quite expensive and so I bought the little box rather than the bigger one......mistake! I LOVE them so the little box doesn't make sense now. Note to self: cheap pins are probably more expensive in the long term so buy better quality!

I remember thinking these were quite expensive and so I bought the little box rather than the bigger one……mistake! I LOVE them so the little box doesn’t make sense now. Note to self: cheap pins are probably more expensive in the long term so buy better quality in bigger quantities!

Good quality glass head pins with strong fine and sharp points are what you want. I have been very happy with my little boxes of Clover glass head pins – I think I have an assortment of white, blue & red heads.

red clips

I could not talk about pins and not mention the Clover Clips. These are not strictly pins but little clips which are absolutely incredible for holding any edges together like quilt bindings, seams etc. I like the little red ones. I bought the big jumbo green ones…..mistake, I should have bought more red ones…..LOVE them.  Again, don’t make my mistake. They are quite pricey so I bought the little packet rather than the larger quantity. I ended up going back for more. save yourself the time!  And NO, Clover are not paying me to say this although that is not a bad idea!?

green clip

PLEASE SEE YOUR LOCAL ELNA DEALER WHO IS SURE TO HAVE SOME OR ALL OF THE ITEMS MENTIONED IN THIS POST IN STOCK……if not they can order in for you.

DISCLAIMER:  Here at Elna Canada we do not stock or sell pins to our dealers so any information offered in this post is purely my own opinion. I am very aware that there may be many other brands of pins and pin cushions out there which are equal or better quality. If you have thoughts on pins, send us a comment….we’d love to hear what worked for you.

 

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MAKING SERGER LACE WITH YOUR ELNA SERGER

I received something in the mail from Betty Chalker of Tuscaloosa, Alabama quite some time back. Thank you, Betty. She sent me a very friendly letter with a couple of pics of SERGER LACE. It was quite interesting to receive this as I had not long before attended a seminar where the instructor had briefly mentioned making lace with your serger. I filed Betty’s letter in my BLOG folder and am now, finally, getting to share it with you.

This Betty's Guest towel edged with pretty serger lace as well as Guest embroidered onto the fabric which looks like linen.

This Betty’s Guest towel edged with pretty serger lace as well as Guest embroidered onto the fabric which looks like linen.

here is another towel that betty edged with serger lace.

here is another towel that betty edged with serger lace.

Here are some links to info online about how to do this serger technique:

http://community.hsn.com/t5/HSN-Blogs/Darlene-s-Thread-How-to-Make-Lace-with-Your-Serger/ba-p/473000

http://www.ehow.com/how_8556315_edge-lace-serger.html

All you need is a 4 thread serger and a little time to “play”!

Pic: Darlene's Thread

Pic: Darlene’s Thread

And turn strips of serger lace into rosettes & flowers!  Pic: midsouthsewingcenter.com

And turn strips of serger lace into rosettes & flowers!
Pic: midsouthsewingcenter.com

adding serger lace to a pillow case - looks just like fine crochet edging. Pic: aurorasewingcenter.com

adding serger lace to a pillow case – looks just like fine crochet edging.
Pic: aurorasewingcenter.com

 

 

 

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CHRISTMAS IN JULY………GET INSPIRED TO START YOUR CHRISTMAS SEWING EARLY!

pic courtesy of mysewingroom.ca
pic courtesy of mysewingroom.ca

I DO try, honest I do, but some years the wheels fall off for one or another reason so that despite my best intentions, December rolls around and I am nowhere near to finishing my Christmas sewing.

Why, in the first place, do I have Christmas sewing each year?? Well, that is easy to answer: because I am so passionate about sewing that I would rather make special one-of-a-kind  gifts for family & friends rather than rack up $100’s or $1000’s on items bought at the malls.

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DELIGHTFUL CHRISTMAS TREE ORNAMENTS MADE BY ONE OF THE LANGLEY VACUUM & SWING CUSTOMERS FOR CHRISTMAS 2013. THESE ARE EMBROIDERED IN THE HOOP ON OUR JANOME EMBROIDERY MACHINE AND THEN USED TO COVER AN ORDINARY CHRISTMAS BALL TO HANG ON THE TREE.

DELIGHTFUL CHRISTMAS TREE ORNAMENTS MADE BY ONE OF THE LANGLEY VACUUM & SEWING CUSTOMERS FOR CHRISTMAS 2013. THESE ARE EMBROIDERED IN THE HOOP ON ONE OF  OUR  EMBROIDERY MACHINES AND THEN USED TO COVER AN ORDINARY CHRISTMAS BALL TO HANG ON THE TREE.

CHRISTMAS CARDS??    Now I no longer send out Christmas cards. I figure we live in an age of emails & online newsletters, etc, so to send out Christmas cards which end up in the recycling bin by January, is absurd. I would far rather make a small personalized gift for some of the folk I would have sent a Christmas to. Besides which, have you seen lately what it will cost to mail out Christmas cards this year? Each year I pick a small project or 2 and I start earlier in the year making these so that everyone has a little something from me. Some years I made a Christmas tree ornament in the embroidery hoop of my JANOME embroidery machine. Other years I sewed a luggage tag or key fob on my JANOME sewing machine. Another year everyone got a knitted scarf, and another year it was a little zippered bag with a soap or hand cream popped inside.

See pics below for additional ideas for Christmas gift sewing and home decorating for the holiday period.

What am I doing this year? Hopefully none of my friends & family are reading this?! I have decided it will be monogrammed eye glass cases which are made entirely in the hoop. If I know the person does not wear eye glasses or prefers contacts (like my son-in-law), I will substitute with a luggage tag and suitcase handle cover to identify your luggage on the carousel. What the heck….if I make good time in the second half of this year, they may get all 3 items!?!

pic courtesy of veryberryhandmade.co.uk

pic: veryberryhandmade.co.uk

 

pic courtesy of aestheticnest.com

pic: aestheticnest.com

I found this pic on someone's blog.......wouldn't you know I MADE THESE!!!!  Scraps of fabric decorated with machine dec. stitches and ric-rac, lace etc.

I found this pic on someone else’s  blog…….recognized them right away seeing as I MADE THESE!!!! I would not have minded if they had only acknowledged where they got the pic. Oh well.  I used scraps of fabric decorated with machine dec. stitches and ric-rac, lace etc.

pic courtesy of advanced-embroidery-designs.com

pic: advanced-embroidery-designs.com

What about a cover for your machine to celebrate the holiday season? pic courtesy of plumgoodquilting.com

What about a cover for your machine to celebrate the holiday season? pic: plumgoodquilting.com

pic courtesy of all freesewing.com

pic: all freesewing.com

But it is not only about sewing Christmas gifts in lieu of Christmas cards…….there is also the sewing of PJ’s for the little ones, making Advent calendars (which I did last year but need to restock them with little candies & gifts again this year); as well as Christmas decorations and home dec projects for the holiday season.

pic: mycottoncreations.com

pic: mycottoncreations.com

pic: s embroidery.com

pic: s embroidery.com

Christmas wouldn't be Christmas without the yummy food ......and an apron appropriate for the season! pic: allfreesewing.com

Christmas wouldn’t be Christmas without the yummy food ……and an apron appropriate for the season! pic: allfreesewing.com

I thought these were simply the cutest little shoes! pic: craftsy.com

I thought these were simply the cutest little shoes! pic: craftsy.com

What a great way to use up your stash of Christmas fabrics: napkins for use at your Christmas meal or as gifts. pic:littlebluebell.com

What a great way to use up your stash of Christmas fabrics: napkins for use at your Christmas meal or as gifts. pic:littlebluebell.com

Personalized pillow cases always make special gifts - AND they are so easy to make (see our blog on 16th May 2014 for a great technique). pic: hobbyfarms.com

Personalized pillow cases always make special gifts – AND they are so easy to make (see our blog on 16th May 2014 for a great technique).
pic: hobbyfarms.com

I think you get the idea……we GOTTA START NOW! I hope the pics above inspired you to get sewing to make this a memorable Christmas of lovely home sewed gifts and décor rather than impersonal gifts bought in a crowded mall.

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SUPER BRIGHT LED LIGHT FROM THE ARTISTIC COLLECTION TO SHED MORE LIGHT ON YOUR SEWING

DO YOU NEED MORE LIGHT ON YOUR SEWING?

ARE YOU SEWING IN A DARK ROOM OR BASEMENT?

THEN YOU NEED OUR NEW SUPER BRIGHT LED LIGHT FROM THE ARTISTIC COLLECTION: Super Bright LED Light

Sometimes your extra-detailed work needs a little extra illumination. That’s why Artistic created the Super Bright LED! This small light affixes to the underside of your sewing machine’s arm and casts a bright light onto your entire sewing project. The light can be powered by the machine’s USB hub or a traditional outlet and the velcro backing and cord guide keeps the cable neat and organized. Finally you’ll have access to extra light without having to maneuver a desk lamp around your machine and sewing project. The Super Bright LED is the perfect lighting accessory.

Super-Bright-LED-Final-Back

AS SEEN ON THE SHOPPING CHANNEL AND ALSO AT YOUR LOCAL ELNA DEALER………HURRY TO GET YOURS WHILE STOCKS LAST!

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PART 6 IN THE SERIES ON FEET: APPLIQUE THE ELNA WAY

I almost do not know where to start about applique and the applique feet & options that we offer our Elna customers……there is SO much to say.

Wild flowers by Smith Street Designs - applique-in-the-hoop or I like to call it applique- the -super-easy-way!

Wild flowers by Smith Street Designs – applique-in-the-hoop or I like to call it applique- the -super-easy-way!

I really LOVE applique……I love how versatile it is as a means of adding texture and interest to many forms of sewing. And there are literally a dozen or more different techniques for achieving great applique results in our projects.

ggdesignsembroidery.com

ggdesignsembroidery.com

Applique is very well known and often used on quilts from bed quilts to wall quilts to table runners & more. Applique is also very pretty and practical when added to clothing – babies, children and adults.

diannejohnstonproducts.com.au. This is REVERSE APPLIQUE

diannejohnstonproducts.com.au. This is REVERSE APPLIQUE

Essentially appliqué, in its broadest sense,  is a smaller ornament or device applied to another surface. An appliqué is usually one piece. In the context of ceramics, for example, an appliqué is a separate piece of clay added to the primary work, generally for the purpose of decoration. The term is borrowed from French and, in this context, means “applied” or “thing that has been applied.” Appliqué is a surface pattern that is used to decorate an aspect of a garment or product. It is highly used with the Textiles industry, but lately is a key trend for make do mend items. (Explanation courtesy of Wikipedia)

NOTICE HOW PERFECT & NEAT THE APPLIQUE STITCHING BECOMES WHEN YOU ALLOW THE EMBROIDERY MACHINE TO DO THE WORK FOR YOU!!

NOTICE HOW PERFECT & NEAT THE APPLIQUE STITCHING BECOMES WHEN YOU ALLOW THE EMBROIDERY MACHINE TO DO THE WORK FOR YOU!! This applique involved 3 layers: first the gold, then the orange & finally the green on the top.

Perhaps we can cover the topic of the many & varied techniques we can use to make appliques in another blog post or series of posts? Is there any interest for this? I have lots prepared on this topic and would be real happy to share it with you.  Send us a comment if you would like to see this. Suffice to say at this point that applique can be applied by hand, or by machine OR (my favourite) in-the-hoop. I find that if we can let the embroidery machine actually do the work of the applique for us, the results are so neat and the effort is in the selection or digitizing of the applique embroidery design rather than in the many hours spent holding my tongue in just the right spot in my cheek to go around the applique shapes neatly & evenly!

APPLIQUE-IN-THE-HOOP  This embroidery designs is from the WILDFLOWERS Collection by Smith Street Designs.

APPLIQUE-IN-THE-HOOP This embroidery designs is from the WILDFLOWERS Collection by Smith Street Designs.

This is our monthly series on Feet & Accessories so I would like to cover the various ELNA/JANOME feet that can be used for applique:

There are accessory video’s available on line for many of the feet shown below. Do a search on http://www.janome.com with the words: accessory video’s & this will lead you to them. Highly recommended that you watch them as they are most informative and helpful to you if you wish to get the most out of your ELNA  SEWING MACHINE  and accessory feet.

  1. THE APPLIQUE FOOT  This foot is available for both 7mm (Part # 202023001) and 9mm (Part # 202086002) machines (This would be the EL730; EL760, EL860 – & all 9mm machine models). Please note that there are TWO metal bars which need to be attached to the machine so do follow the package instructions to ensure you attach the foot correctly to the foot holder/ankle on the machine. The beauty of this foot is that it is short & stubby so makes it real easy to turn corners or applique along uneven & curved appliques. It does not have an open toe but is clear plastic so there is visibility of the stitching.

app foot

2. THE SATIN STITCH FOOT F AND F2 .Many of us like to use the Satin stitch foot when we do applique stitching – especially the Satin Stitch foot F2 which has an open toe so that it is easy to see the placement of applique stitching as you sew. These feet are both available for 7mm and 9mm ELNA MACHINES. Please check out the links and/or ask your local ELNA dealer about purchasing these feet. Just an FYI: quite a few of our midline & higher sewing machines include one or both of these feet as standard accessories.  Janome1-21

3. THE ACUFEED OPEN TOE FOOT This foot is available as an optional accessory for the EL 7300 & EL740 models only. Part # 846410003.    The open section at the front of the foot allows for easy viewing of the stitching & edge of applique fabric AND the ACUFEED features of this foot enable feeding of the fabric from the top as well as the bottom. This can be especially important if the applique stitching is being done through layers of fabric and/or is being combined with quilting – yes, many of us like to “kill 2 birds with one stone” and applique around a shape simultaneously with quilting through the layers. acufeed open toe

4. THE ACUFEED FLEX OPEN TOE FOOT  This foot is also an optional accessory to add to the ACUFEED FLEX FOOT HOLDER DUAL PRONG OR TWIN  that is a standard accessory on our ACUFEED FLEX model machines.   This foot is for 9mm machines only that have the Acufeed Flex system: EL730; EL760. The part # is 202149004. The comments in #3 above apply here as well. acufeed-flex-open-toe

5. THE WALKING FOOT WITH OPEN TOE  For ELNA machine models which use the alternative (white screw-on) walking foot option, there is an OPEN TOE  walking foot that can be very useful when doing applique. The part # is 200388006. This would be for 7mm machine models only.   There is a walking foot for 9mm models such as the EL860 – this part # is 2022133005: the Convertible Evenfeed foot set for 9mm machines. This does NOT apply to Acufeed Flex models as they have their own Acufeed system which is different. Janome26-62

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REPORT BACK ON QUILT CANADA 2014 HELD RECENTLY IN ST CATHARINES, ONTARIO

We got a few hours the one evening to drive to Niagara Falls which I last seen in 1989.  Just as impressive as I remember!
We got a few hours the one evening to drive to Niagara Falls which I had last seen in 1989 before I could call myself a Canadian. That was back when I was still dreaming about one day being able to live in Canada!  Niagara was just  as impressive as I remember even if parts of it make me think it should maybe be called Vegas-at-the-falls !

Niagara 2

I have very recently returned from our premier Quilting event of the year in Canada. We are  now one of the major sponsors of this show – we supplied approximately 130 machines for classrooms all over the Brock University campus in St Catharines where workshops were being taught by many well known teachers. Actually I do believe we were the only supplier of classroom sewing machines  besides the long arm quilting machines – it was the first year Quilt Canada offered classes on long arm machines.

It was a LOT of work and involved quite complex logistical “gymnastics” as we moved machines after classes on most days to other rooms where they were going to be required by a different class & teacher the next day.  We also did “housekeeping” every night after the quilters had left: cleaning away threads etc, putting a new needle into every machine so there would be a “fresh” one for the start of the next day, etc. It was well worth it all. Judging by all the comments we received from folk attending Quilt Canada as well as the various people who volunteered countless hours of time & energy to arranging this great show, it was appreciated.  We also had fun working together (there were 5 staff from both our Vancouver & Toronto offices including Linda P who many of you know – we don’t often get the opportunity to work together when we work out of offices 3 time zones apart!) We also got the opportunity to meet & chat to SO many of you wonderful quilters who made the trip to St Catharines to join in the excitement and joy of seeing so many incredible quilts in the 4 separate exhibitions, shop-til-you-drop opportunities as well as attending wonderful classes. Thank you for coming to tell us why you love your sewing machine(s) and ask questions, tell us about your quilting journeys etc. It was a pleasure to share the whole Quilt Canada experience with you.

This was one of the entries in the Trentex Challenge which is held each year. It is entitled Ribbons of Niagara and was made by Joanne Love of Whitehorse, Yukon. She wanted to make a modern quilt that would reflect the Wonders of Niagara. The ribbons are to represent the falling water.

This was one of the entries in the Trentex Challenge which is held each year. It is entitled Ribbons of Niagara and was made by Joanne Love of Whitehorse, Yukon. She wanted to make a modern quilt that would reflect the Wonders of Niagara. The ribbons are to represent the falling water. Never mind the ribbons……check out this incredible quilting!!

This Trentex Challenge entry was made by Jenny Perry of Lac Le Jeune, BC  and was the Viewers Choice winner.

This Trentex Challenge entry was made by Jenny Perry of Lac Le Jeune, BC and was the Viewers Choice winner. It sure got my vote!

Another Trentex entry was made by award winning quilter Anna Hergert and is called "Chasing Circles in a Modern World" Anna hails from Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan.

Another Trentex entry was made by award winning quilter Anna Hergert and is called “Chasing Circles in a Modern World” Anna hails from Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan.

Now you might wonder why there are no pics of quilts from the National Juried Show? Well, that is because we are not permitted to take photographs in that Exhibition. But if you check out the Quilt Canada website, I am sure the catalogue of pic’s of all the entries will be available for ordering and they might even post pics of some of the winning quilts on the website. It was rather exciting to see a record number of entries this year: I think they said 153 entries with more than 50 of those being FIRST time entrants….way to go quilters!

I am excited for next year in Lethbridge ……..see you there!

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