Question about Janome D'cor Excel Pro 5124 Mechanical Sewing Machine
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The learning centre at http://janome.com/index.cfm/Machines/Electronic/DE-PRO_5124 has help for all things from button holes to quilting. Go to the LEARNING CENTER Goodluck. There is a heap of information at this site. Just do a search for what you are trying to do,
Posted on Feb 03, 2008
Hi there. If you have an acessory kit with your machine, there should be a plain spindle with a smaller bottom on it. There should also be a small hole on the top or back of your machine where your thread goes.. And yes you can thread both strands of thread thru the same areas till the needle.
Posted on Apr 28, 2009
its basically the same as a normal needle, but nearest the needle most machines have a way to divide the thread before the needle hole. Some machines have a left and right thread guide a couple of "steps" before the needle, but at some point they have to travel together, and this doesn't seem to be a problem. Make sure you lessen the tension as there is still only one bobbin thread, and triple check the needle is in the middle and that you are on straight stitch or you might break it!
Posted on Sep 14, 2010
Twin needles can be used on any machine. Just make sure you use the correct presser foot......one that allows both needles to work without hitting the foot. Also.........you cannot zig-zag or use any other fancy stitch with a twin needle.......it is strictly for straight sewing. You have to use 2 spools of thread .....thread your machine with both threads as if they were one thread but separate the threads when you get to the needle. There is no change to the bobbin. Happy sewing. I can't be bothered to go to all this trouble so I just sew 2 rows to get the same look. Ofcourse you have to be very good at sewing perfectly straight seams doing it this way. Try both methods on a scrap and see which method you prefer.
Posted on Dec 21, 2010
SOURCE: I own a Jenome Excel
First, check to be sure you are threading the machine correctly. This accounts for most problems.
Try using new thread and carefully rethread top and bottom . If that doesn't take care of the problem, then check the bobbin case and hook for scratches, burrs, nicks, etc.
Hope this helps. If it does, I'd appreciate a 4 thumbs up. Thanks,
Posted on May 14, 2011
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