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Sewing, Embroidery, Serger Machines

The Launch Pad offers access to sewing machines (Janome Magnolia 7330), a digital embroidery machine (Brother Innovis NQ1700E), and a serger (Brother Homelock 1034D Serger).  You can schedule a Book-a-Maker appointment to learn how to use these machines. You can also learn how to use the sewing machine at Niche Academy.

Book-a-Maker

Free Weekly Supply List

Free supplies are available for ITPLD library members, as well as reciprocal members with cards in good standing. Members are limited to 2 items each week taken from the Supplies List. No items will be sold through the Launch Pad. The week begins on Monday and ends on Sunday.

Members are encouraged to bring their own materials if their project is larger than what weekly limits allow. Check out our Suggested Vendor List.

Supplies List


Sewing Machine

The Janome Magnolia 7330 is a computerized sewing machine with 30 different stitches, 6 button hole options, automatic start/stop and reverse buttons, and a built in needle threader. The maximum stitch width is 7mm and the maximum stitch length is 5mm. Learn how to use this machine by scheduling a Book-a-Maker appointment.


Embroidery Machine

The Innovis NQ1700E is a digital embroidery machine with a 6” x 10” embroidery area. It features 136 built-in embroidery designs, 13 fonts and 140 frame pattern combinations. Custom .pes files can be used via USB. Learn how to use this machine by scheduling a Book-a-Maker appointment.

Resources:

Ink/Stitch: A free, open-source machine embroidery design platform based on Inkscape.

Embrilliance: This embroidery software is available for use on the Launch Pad computers.


Serger

The Brother Lock 1034D can be used for finishing edges and hems for a variety of fabrics. Stitch options include 3 and 4 thread overlock, narrow hem, rolled hem, and ribbon lock stitches. Learn how to use this machine by scheduling a Book-a-Maker appointment.

Resources:

Brother 1034D techniques video series on YouTube