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Date: 10/25/11 10:52 PM

My new Juki Hzl-F600 arrived yesterday. Anticipating her arrival I had wanted to embellish her a bit but never found the right "skin" that would be easy to trim and still alow to see her functions. I went to Hobby Lobby getting fabric and was just browsing around and got the idea of scrapbooking stuff... So I went to the scrabbooking section ( which was huge) and found decals that were just my taste and perfect for my machine .. for me anyway. Introducing my new favorite machine... whom I still need to name. lol
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Date: 10/25/11 11:08 PM


CONGRATS on your new machine.. I can tell you have already bonded with it.
What a fab idea btw. and at a reasonable cost anyone could afford..

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Date: 10/26/11 1:22 AM

I hope you love your nice new machine and what a great idea to use decals. I was thinking that a good name for her might be Curly Q.

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Date: 10/26/11 8:52 AM

that machine looks great. Are they removable if you want to change "skins"? My white Janome could use some dressing up.

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Date: 10/26/11 9:05 AM

What a wonderful idea and so reasonable! It looks beautiful!

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Date: 10/26/11 9:22 AM

Stylish. .... I like the name Curly Q too... seems fitting....

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Date: 10/26/11 9:38 AM

Congrats on you new machine!!! I'm anxious to hear how you lover her! She is definitely making a "fashion" statement!!!
Very cute and origianl!!!

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Date: 10/26/11 10:46 AM

They are revovable in that they are vinyl sticker type rather than paper and wont make a big mess when removed but not really repositionable in that they would probably get distorted and fold upon themself if you try to remove them. These particular decals had the black scrollwork with a clear transparent backing slightly larger than the design. HOwever they were only $2 for 2 sheets of the decals so I can change them any time and not feel guilty about it. lol

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Date: 10/26/11 10:54 AM

ooh.. and I think I have decided to name her "Charlotte" . Sort of like Charlotte on "Charlotte's Web". She will create beautiful and unique things not to bring attention to herself but to bring attention and joy to others. :-)

Ami

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mid 80s singer ( retired.. but keeping for memories.. first sewing machine) , Brother XR 65-T. Simplicity Frontier Serger, Kenmore 19606, Juki HZL -F600

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Date: 10/26/11 11:01 AM

Think I'm going to check out Joanns tonight, Hell I may even do my frig lol.

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