Janome MC15000 Machine Embroidery Project - Bags In The Hoop
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Janome MC15000 Machine Embroidery Project - Bags In The Hoop

This is a fun and exciting "In The Hoop" project using the large 230x230 hoop on the Janome Memory Craft 15000.
3.3 (3 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
18 students enrolled
Created by Geraldine Gillen
Last updated 7/2014
English
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Includes:
  • 1 hour on-demand video
  • 1 Article
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • By the end of the course you will be able to make your own "D" ring tabs
  • Insert a Zipper (in the hoop)
  • Complete Bag, front, back & lining (in the hoop)
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Requirements
  • Janome MC15000 or MC12000
  • 2 fat quarter of cotton quilting fabric
  • 1 x 10" plastic zipper (must be larger than hoop)
  • Tear-A-Way (to fit hoop)
  • Sticky Tape
  • Scissors
  • 20mm "D" ring (optional)
Description

Here you will watch over my shoulder as I show you how create your own unique bag "In The Hoop".

This includes sewing the zipper in the hoop, embroidering a design on the front of the bag, adding decorative stitching to accent the zipper and applying tabs with "D" rings.

The bag is completed in 1 hooping including adding the internal lining and the back.

There are 2 designs included in the course that will allow you to create 2 styles of bags, one large with "My Tools" embroidered on the front designed as a place to keep the tools for the 15000.

The 2nd design is for a smaller version with a "USB Key" embroidered on the front giving you a place to store your USB keys for the MC15000

The course will take just under an hour to complete and is available anytime to review at your leisure.

Who is the target audience?
  • All Janome MC15000 or MC12000 owners and enthusiasts
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Curriculum For This Course
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Create 2 Bags In The Hoop
12 Lectures 59:37



Zippers & Bows
10:41

Stitching The Bow (part 1)
05:18

Stitching The Bow (Part 2)
08:09

Adding The Back
05:39

Completing The Bag
04:22

The Small Bag (Part 1)
09:31

Bags In The Hoop - The Small Bag (Part 2)
03:41

Thank You
00:45

The Designs
00:04
About the Instructor
Geraldine Gillen
4.2 Average rating
6 Reviews
68 Students
4 Courses
Machine Embroidery, Quilting & Software Educator

Geraldine is a free lance Janome Educator, currently engaged by a number of major sewing machine outlets in Australia to assist them educate their customers in the use of their Janome embroidery machines and digitizing software.

With over two decades of experience in the sewing industry, Geraldine has been involved in all facets of the industry from assisting customers as a retail sales consultant to State Manager, Victoria with Singer Australia and Victorian educator with Janome Australia Head Office. Geraldine is acknowledged as an expert within the industry by both her peers and students.

Geraldine has conducted classes on all aspects of sewing from basic sewing to pattern drafting, dressing making, tailoring, lingerie, patchwork & quilting. Including designing her own unique pattern drafting ruler to assist students design their own skirts and trousers.

Geraldine has also arranged and managed events at major craft exhibitions in Australia and the US on behalf of industry leaders Singer & Janome while engaged as Victorian State Manager & Victorian Educator respectively.

Now as a Free Lance Educator and with a passion for all things embroidery, Geraldine is constantly researching what is happening within the industry, creating interesting projects and sharing her knowledge with her students.

She runs a studio in Melbourne, Australia, supporting local embroidery enthusiasts with in-houses classes for the newbee to the more advanced courses on getting the best from your digitising software and is developing online courses based on feedback from her followers and students.