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Date: 6/15/13 10:13 AM

Hi all.

(Apologies in advance if I am posting in wrong section or whatever.)

I am looking to find a source of free pattern downloads for a Janome 350e, I am a total idiot computer wise, so if anybody could give me the info and an idits guide to down loading and putting on my machine it would be greatly appreciated.

Cheers in advance. Luke.

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Date: 6/15/13 11:42 AM

Machine embroidery? Go to any Internet site that has machine embroidery designs. Download one in the .jef format that is within the size of the hoop that came with your machine.

If the download is zipped, unzip/open/extract and save the contents. The saved file should be the design file in the .jef format.

Plug the USB/flash stick into the computer and then send your downloaded file to this drive.

Remove from the computer and plug into the embroidery machine. Follow the manual from there.

If all goes well, create a folder on the computer's hard drive and as you download more design files, save to the folder.

Rename the files if necessary for easy identification.

There is more we can go into, but this is a start.





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Date: 6/15/13 11:57 AM

Hi. Yeah, machine embroidery is what I mean. I'll try those instructions you mention, cheers for your help.

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Subject: Topic moved Date: 6/15/13 12:04 PM

This topic has been moved from Patterns and Notions to Machine Embroidery

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Date: 6/15/13 3:35 PM

I think you had better format your blank USB drive first in the machine, or machine might not see your embroidery designs you stick on there.

So stick blank and unused USB stick in the slot of machine, and turn on machine, and let it format it and put a EmbF5 folder on that USB stick. Then dump your embroidery designs into that EmbF5 folder.

Or if you don't want to do that, I guess you could use your computer to create a EmbF5 folder/directory on there, first, and then maybe dump your embroidery designs into it.

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Date: 6/15/13 8:20 PM

The Janome 350e Users Manual is very good and includes step-by-step instructions.

Embroidery Library http://www.emblibrary.com/EL/Free.aspx - includes a couple of free designs every month that you can use. If you get on their mailing list - they have some fantastic sales.

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Date: 6/20/13 10:40 AM

Great advice folks, very much appreciated.

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Date: 6/21/13 11:09 PM

Inside said Embf folder that was formatted onto your stick will be another folder called My Designs. Thats where you want to put your .JEF designs.

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