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Janome Memory Craft 8200QC Horizon. Can you get a stitch regulator? How does it work? Does it help to free motion stitch ?


You should check with a Janome dealer if your machine can use a stitch regulator. Machines that take a stitch regulator need the ability to plug into the machine, which is not available on a lot of machines unless they have the stitch regulator function. A stitch regulator helps some people. It still takes a lot of practice moving the fabric smoothly.

On my BSR, it has an "eye" that measures the distance the fabric moves under the presser foot so it can stitch at the specified distance. The faster the fabric moves, the faster it stitches, but the stitches tend to more uniform in length.

FWIW, I read a summary of the Janome 8200 QC Horizon and there was no mention of a stitch regulator.

http://freemotionquilting.blogspot.com/2011/05/piecing-quilting-on-janome-horizon-7700.html

Mar 11, 2017 | Janome Sewing Machines

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Can I buy a stitch regulator for my janome memory craft 4800?


If the machine has the capability for a stitch regulator, then it is most likely possible. However, stitch regulators need to be attached (electronically plugged in) to the machine. If your machine does not have that, then you are limited to manual stitch regulation. (However, that may not be a bad thing. There are still a lot of professional sewists who continue to perform manual stitch regulation (such as free motion quilting) on mechanical machines. Their work is beautiful, but they have had a lot of practice. Even if they were offered a stitch regulator, most probably wouldn't want it anyway. Harriet Hargrave is probably one of them.
Harriet Hargrave Professional advice and the highest quality supplies for... The last time I saw her working on a quilt, it was a whole cloth silk quilt that she was quilting using a mechanical Bernina.)

You can contact a Janome dealer or search online. It should also be listed as an optional accessory in your paperwork.

https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=1&ved=0ahUKEwj-lejWiKbQAhUH6WMKHYLXBPcQFggjMAA&url=http%3A%2F%2Fjanome.com%2Fsiteassets%2Fsupport%2Fmanuals%2Fretired%2Fcomputer%2Finst-book-mc4800.pdf&usg=AFQjCNGCPQc_wJyl_Ts_4bFZ-7M3hX1ZnA&cad=rja

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Nov 13, 2016 | Janome Sewing Machines

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My DDL555 the stitch regulator is not working, getting long stitches only


hello Osvaldo

regarding your problem please check attached two photo, hope it's helpful for you to resolve the problem.

best regards



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Feb 16, 2015 | Juki Sewing Machines

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Stitch issues


Find the tensions on your machine. Usually a screw below on the bobbin regulates the top stitches tension. Usually a numbered wheel on top--where the thread is around it--regulates the bottom stitches. YOU NEED TO ADJUST THE TOP WHEEL, test on scrap material, and if looser, you are in the right direction. If it is still a mess. turn the knob to a lower number.

Apr 04, 2014 | Brother CS6000i Computerized Sewing...

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Singer stitch manual


You asked...
"how to replace a stitch regulated"

Sorry, but I can't quite comprehend what you are asking. Are you referring to a stitch of thread or a mechanical part--such as the device used to adjust the stitch length?

Oct 23, 2013 | Sewing Machines

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Stitch regulator not working properly


it would be a good idea to have the machine checked, the stitch
length regulator need to be checked to see if it's worn or a gear
that move the part is worn and may need to be replaced.

Oct 23, 2012 | Janome Sewing Machines

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I have the Mega Quilter and Quilters Cruise Control. My stitches are very inconsistent.


I agree to have the regulator check, & even having the whole machine checked wouldn't hurt.

May 15, 2012 | Sewing Machines

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Machine sews fine when it is set up on a table, but when it is on the Gracie II quilting frame and operated by their stitch regulator, the stitch quality is very bad. It varies from fair to very bad - I...


Use a carpenter's level to level up your frame, and be sure to keep the quilt leveled up to barely above the throat plate on the machine, and level front to back. Check the connections on the regulator sensors. If even one is not making good connection, you'll have skipped or broken stitches.

Jan 24, 2011 | Juki TL-98Q

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Model 385-15343600 Serial 71073690 The stitches are very, very small all the time regardless which of the tension used (bobbin and needle).


The stitch length dial needs to be set to a lower number (number of stitches per inch) to give you longer stitches. The tensions do not regulate the stitch length, the feed dogs regulate the distance the material is advanced between stitches. Also, make sure the pressure foot is applying enough pressure to keep the material in firm enough contact with the feed dogs.
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Nov 11, 2010 | Sewing Machines

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Need help in using the grace sure stitch regulator of quilting


I am having irregular stitches on the forward/backward motion. I am using a Janome 16000 P on a Gracie II frame. (I purchased this as a used productin a private sale) Do I need a darning plate to effectively use the Sure Stitch regulator in a free motion mode or with a template?

Mar 04, 2010 | Janome Sewing Machines

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