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Date: 9/1/09 12:22 PM

Has anyone seen one yet? My Babylock/Bernina dealer won't know all the info until tomorrow, but OMG I want one!! I'm just hoping the price point is not crazy and that there is a decent number of inches to the right of the needle--this would be fantastic for quilting!!

http://www.babylock.com/sewing/sashiko/

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Date: 9/1/09 3:51 PM

First I have heard of it..does sambient know.. all kidding aside, if the harp is large this machine looks to be a nice addition for quilters ..and it looks to be mechanical and that means a reasonable cost I hope.

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Date: 9/1/09 4:26 PM

Here's a picture!

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Date: 9/1/09 4:31 PM

Here is a link that shows the features of the machine:
http://www.babylock.com/quilting/sashiko/

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Date: 9/1/09 6:40 PM

wow, how cool is that? I wonder what the price will be?

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Date: 9/1/09 7:34 PM

WOW! That's a gorgeous machine! 'If' I were a quilter I would run to get one :-)

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Date: 9/1/09 8:09 PM

Sashiko. What a pretty name.


Oh, and oooooOOOooooh!

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Date: 9/1/09 8:20 PM

The machine only does 1 adjustable stitch?

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Date: 9/1/09 8:58 PM

Quote: ccris
The machine only does 1 adjustable stitch?




Seems that way...and hoping that the price point will reflect that...
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Date: 9/1/09 9:22 PM

Yes, it's a stich made to look like hand-stitching. Fab for quilters. Such a cutie, but I'm not a quilter. Drats!

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