It is so boring just embroidering one embroidery at a time, it is so much more fun when you can embroider multiple designs at a time on your Memory Craft 500e
This little embroidery layout we have created will teach you how to combine multiple embroidery designs into one hoop layout.
Have you ever combined a couple of the same embroidery designs on the Janome Memory Craft 15000, only to find that you have to embroider each design in the original sequence and you end up changing back and forth between the same colours.
There is an easy way to colour sort, so that your Memory Craft 15000 will embroider out the same colour in one go.
For example in the Italian Tile Embroidered block, we cornered one of the designs, so that we had for of those designs. Which would have meant 12 colour changes, but after we colour sorted there were only 3 colour changes.
Your Janome Memory Craft 9900, is capable of many amazing feats. This great block is a combination of the built in sewing fonts, along with one of the built in embroidery designs from the “Monochrome” embroidery design menu.
Using the 2 or 3 letter monogram is a great way to create a unique and personalised gift for someone in your life and it is super easy to set up on the Janome Memory Craft 15000.
Go to the home screen in “Embroidery” mode
Step 2. Select “Monogram”
Step 3. Press the font selection button
Step 4. Scroll down until you get the “3 Letter Monogram”
Step 5. If you wish to add a border around your monogram, select the desired border first. These are along the bottom row of characters
Step 6. Type in the desired 3 letters
Step 7. Press OK and embroider
It is amazing the things that you can create using the Janome Memory Craft 15000. In this project we are working with the built in embroidery designs on the 15000 and combining them to create a stunning embroidered block.
The cornering tool in the embroidery edit screen on the Janome Memory Craft 15000, allows you to create amazing embroideries, just by using the built in embroidery designs on the machine.
For this project we have used designs from the Abstract design folder on the machine. Enjoy the tutorial and have fun creating.