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I got it! The Baby Lock Cover Stitch Machine!
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Date: 5/9/06 7:13 PM

I was only able to talk the dealer down $50 on the BLCS, so I am getting it for $925. It's the best deal I could find anywhere locally, and I think I'm going to like this dealer (even though they are an hour away).

I hope to pick it up tomorrow if I can get off work early enough. Working really gets in the way of my hobbies!

Also, it looks like my Mother's Day present from my children may be a subscription to PatternReview so that I can be a full-fledged member here!
-- Edited on 5/9/06 7:37 PM --

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Date: 5/9/06 7:18 PM

I was just now wondering if you got your machine and there is your post! I am glad you are getting it. That is a good price, especially if you get lessons. How about the cleanings? Do they do a special with them?

I am picking up my machine tomorrow. I should be able to play around with it some.

Janet

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Date: 5/9/06 7:22 PM

Congratulations! I love my BLCS machine. Be sure to check out *Debbie Cook's automatic method* of pulling threads to the wrong side. :-D It works, whereas the technique in the manual didn't for me.

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Date: 5/9/06 7:36 PM

Oh how nice..I'm happy for you. You are going to enjoy your CS I am sure. Let us know how you like it.

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Date: 5/9/06 8:29 PM

Lovely! Do you know if he'd take an over the phone order? My local Babylock dealer says he can't order and he doubles the price of everything. I can never get a deal with him.

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Date: 5/10/06 12:11 PM

Zaida, I got the last machine that (my dealer had) at this price. I guess the price that THEY buy them at might vary? I didn't know that. They did say that if I waited and someone else bought it, that they would have to order one for me and could not guarrantee me the lower price.

Of course, that could have just been a sales pitch. If it was...it worked!

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Subject: IT'S HERE! Date: 5/10/06 9:33 PM

I picked up my machine just a few hours ago. I've got it out of the box and I've threaded it and tested the stitch. At first the threads were all loopy on the back, but then I realized that you have to really make sure that the threads are in the tension discs. Set them in firmly, and all is well. I can tell that this machine is going to be a joy to use.

I'm flipping through the manual right now to familiarize myself with the machine. I have to say, I was not very impressed with the manual when I took it out of the box, but we shall see how it goes. I wish the pictures were in color and a little bigger.

I'm so happy!

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Date: 5/10/06 10:13 PM

congratulations! I just brought mine home from it's 1 year free servicing I look forward to using it again!

Debbie where do I learn about that method? I'm starting to get a bit tired of pulling through with pins :p

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Date: 5/10/06 11:55 PM

Here's a link to the method. (Debbie hates for it to be called her method -- She learned it from someone else, but she's been educating a lot of folks with her great explanation and visual aids.)

Method for pulling threads to wrong side at end of stitching

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Date: 5/11/06 10:06 AM

thank you joanne and debbie!

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