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Thread: Janome 350 embrodiery machine

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    Janome 350 embrodiery machine

    I have a Janome 350 Emb. machine and have downloaded some free patterns off of the internet. Do I need a software program to get those off and into the machine? Thanks for any help.

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    No you, don't. The Janome 350e takes a thumbdrive to transfer designs from your computer to your machine - as long as they are in the right format.
    If they aren't in jef format, you will need to convert them. There are some free programs out there to do that - I used to use Wilcom trusizer - which will also resize designs if you want them bigger/smaller... http://www.wilcom.com.au/PRODUCTS.aspx/TrueSizer.aspx


    I found a few others that you could try if you don't like Wilcom - just do a google search for embroidery design converter and you will come up with a few different possibilities. I used Wilcom and was happy with it though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yarn or Fabric View Post
    No you, don't. The Janome 350e takes a thumbdrive to transfer designs from your computer to your machine - as long as they are in the right format.
    If they aren't in jef format, you will need to convert them. There are some free programs out there to do that - I used to use Wilcom trusizer - which will also resize designs if you want them bigger/smaller... http://www.wilcom.com.au/PRODUCTS.aspx/TrueSizer.aspx
    I found a few others that you could try if you don't like Wilcom - just do a google search for embroidery design converter and you will come up with a few different possibilities. I used Wilcom and was happy with it though
    Thanks for your reply, I'll check this out.

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