Juki Longarm Consumer Training Announcement for 2017

Juki Longarm Consumer Training 2017

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In an effort to continue to bring you quality training at multiple locations across the country, Juki will have the following new structure for 2017.

New Training Details

Basic Training Price    3 days  $595.00
Lunches and snacks included each day.
Group dinner on evening of day 2.

If customer does not own Quilt Motion, Day 1-2 is $400.00.

Day 1-2 Overview: Set up, basic machine maintenance, LCD screen operation, loading a quilt, tension, threads, batting, free motion, marking your quilts, quilt rulers, blocks, borders and panto’s, laser work and more.

Day 3 Basic Quilt Motion

Advanced Training Price     4 days  $695
Lunches and snacks included each day.
Group dinner on evening of day 2.

Session Days 1-2 $400
Session Days 3-4  $400.00

Day 1-2  Overview: Free motion, fills, feathers, micro-quilting, advanced ruler work, and putting it all together in your quilt design.

Day 3-4 Advanced Quilt Motion

New Dates and Places for Juki Owners Longarm Consumer Training

May 23, 24, 25   Basic Training Linda Z’s Sewing Center, 1216 E Central Rd, Arlington Heights, IL 60005

June 20, 21, 22, 23 Advanced Training Lansing MI @ Country Stitches 2200 Coolidge Rd East Lansing MI 48823

July 11, 12, 13  Basic Training Norfolk, VA @ Fabric Hut Store  828 E Little Creek Rd, Norfolk, VA

Aug 22, 23, 24 Basic Training San Antonio, TX @ Gromes Sewing 4719 Manitou Dr, San Antonio, TX 78228

There will be 1 additional Basic Training to be announced and 1 additional Advanced Training to be announced for 2017 ( These are planned to be on the Western part of the Country)

Please contact Yelinda@Juki.com for complete details and application.  Classes will be limited in size. 

About Juki Home Blog by the Juki Girl

My name is Karen Pharr and I am Juki America's Home Sewing National Educator. I love to Sew, Quilt, and anything else you can do with fabric.

Posted on April 7, 2017, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. Just curious, as much as we pay for a machine, is there not a more basic training offered at a more affordable price. Where I bought doesn’t offer

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  2. I have the sit down version. Would this be helpful for that as well?

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