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High Shank Machines are all the Janome Embroidery models MC 8000, MC 9000, 10000, 10001, 11000, 200E, 300E, 350E....etc If yours is not an embroidery machine, it has a LOW SHANK .....the higher shank allows for easier access for the embroidery hoop
High Shank Machines are all the Janome Embroidery models MC 8000, MC 9000, 10000, 10001, 11000, 200E, 300E, 350E....etc
If yours is not an embroidery machine, it has a LOW SHANK .....the higher shank allows for easier access for the embroidery hoop.
Any authorized Husqvarna Viking dealer will be able to get the hoop for you. Replacing the screw is much more economical and that same dealer will have access to the part number so that they can order it for you. This will take longer but will cost about 1/10 as much. To find your nearest dealer, or one a little farther away, check the dealer locator at: http://webservices.us.vsmgroup.com/DealerLocator.aspx?Brand=Viking
here's how I do it. 1. Get the design into jef or sew format (the only kinds janome reads). You probably already knew this, but some newbies try to use pes or art files. 2. Save it onto your computer (and remember the name of the file). I have a folder in my computer labelled "embroidery files" and then have subfolders dividing up those designs - such as animals, flowers, fonts. 3. Hook your sewing machine up to the computer via the USB cable. 4. Pull up your Janome "Easy Transfer" program (it came as a CD with your machine - this is NOT the customizing software). 5. Use that program to find your embroidery file. It's not going to show sew and jef in the same file - you'll have to switch back and forth. 6. On your sewing machine, click on the bottom button (under the screen) that shows the computer to the sewing machine (the third one). 7. Now click on the computer software "write to machine" or whatever it's called (it will be on the top tool bar). 8. Your file will be written to the sewing machine's memory and organized by the embroidery hoop size (A, B, C). 9. It will stay in the sewing machine memory until you use the cable hookup to delete it (reverse of the writing). 10. The 10001 software ate lots of the resident memory in the sewing machine - you can't store as many designs in it as the 10000 would allow. That's perfectly ok, as it only takes a few moments to move designs in and out of the machine.
To be perfectly honest, I vastly prefer doing the USB cable transfer to using the memory card jammed into the card reader deal. It's easy and quick.