i am gong to comtact my local dealer to try to get a manual. Have looked at
the site for Janome and it is us based and since i live in Canada, and the
e-mail address I did find for Canada bounced my e-mail back as
undeliverable, so I guess my local dealer is the best bet. As i said I live
in Canada, Southern Ontario, have 3 grown children and one beautiful
grandson (3 months old) love any chocolate, but especially like Toblerone
bars and the hand diped chocolates that come from a small local store.
Don't have any QI's anymore, on the farm they seeem to have a short life
span. i just started quilting a few years ago and am not very proficient
yet, but am learning, joined local guild last year which helps some, so i
need all the advice i can get.
> Hi Sandy
> If you contact your nearest Janome retailer they should be able to get
> hold of a manual for it. If they can't, they are almost certainly
> fibbing, visit http://www.janome.com and send them a email asking if
> the instructions are available and where to get them. I had to do
> this when I got my machine and they were really helpful.
> Good Luck
> PS. We need more info about you, fav chocolate, name of your QI
> On Mon, 16 Sep 2002 14:10:53 GMT, "Crosspatch"
> >I have mostly been lurking and really enjoy thid NG, now i would
> >some input. I was tecently given a sewing machine, it is a Janome model
> >Limited Edition, I am in the process of trying to get a manual for it,
> >would like to know if anyone has any experience with this machine, how
> >it work for quilting? would it be worth looking for a walking foot for
> >or should it only be used for sewing?. Any imput would be greatly