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LaurenEmme
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Date: 10/18/12 11:11 AM

I'm most likely to order a Sailrite Ultrafeed LS-1 (the straight stitch version) as I think it will complete my herd and cover all bases for a while. Just need to sell some stuff I never use to raise the funds. What are you itching to pull the trigger on?

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Bernina 330
BabyLock Ellure Plus BLR3
BabyLock Imagine
Singer 221
Singer 237 converted to treadle
Singer 27 treadle
Necchi BF

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Date: 10/18/12 12:28 PM

I think I may be ready (when LynnnRowe sees this, I really mean may) for the Babylock cover stitch machine. The reported prices look to be all over the board. And I have no idea what the 'real' price is.

I contacted the BL dealer that I like. She doesn't carry the CS machine??? She tried to sell me a used Bernina serger/cover combo. Now, why would I want that when I already know how easy it is to use my BL serger?

Will be hunting for a deal connected to the quilt festival - or, any deal.
-- Edited on 10/18/12 8:55 PM --

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Date: 10/18/12 12:30 PM

I'm itching to pull the trigger on a Bernina 780. Also itching for a JukiTL2010Q.
But though I'm itching - I have cream for that. I'm being patient!

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Bernina 780, and 530
Juki TL2010
Babylock Evolution
Singer 403a

When life gives you green velvet curtains, make a green velvet dress.

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Date: 10/18/12 1:01 PM

I'm itching for an embroidery machine. I do need to do some research so I do not overbuy like I did with the BL Evolution.

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Date: 10/18/12 1:06 PM

simple: Bernina 780 please, with all the accessories, toys and tote

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Date: 10/18/12 1:32 PM

Quote: SouthernStitch
I'm itching to pull the trigger on a Bernina 780. Also itching for a JukiTL2010Q.

But though I'm itching - I have cream for that. I'm being patient!


A cream ? OMGoodness.. we finally have a medicine for SMAD systems..
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Date: 10/18/12 2:23 PM

I want the evolution. Why would it be an overbuy? I have a combo serger/coverstitch now and would want somethin with the same capabilities.

LaurenEmme
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Date: 10/18/12 3:18 PM

I was stalking the Juki TL2010Q for most of this past year too, but I've hemmed and hawed between it and the Sailrite and think I want the extra power. In an ideal world I'd buy them both. Whatever I buy will be the last machine for a minimum of five years, probably longer. I really like the idea of a machine that I can shove anything under the presser foot and have it plow through it, and since I live in a rather remote area, I like the idea of a machine that I can service myself. Still researching, hope to buy one or the other by the end of the year.

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Bernina 330
BabyLock Ellure Plus BLR3
BabyLock Imagine
Singer 221
Singer 237 converted to treadle
Singer 27 treadle
Necchi BF

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Date: 10/18/12 3:20 PM

I want the new Janome 8900. I won't be getting it but still lusting after it. Also a close second is the Brother Dreamweaver embroidery machine. I won't be getting that either lol. But we can dream

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Date: 10/18/12 4:02 PM

Okay, how about *I got oil for that*. Sewing machine oil, that is. Just rub some right on the forehead and SMAD disappears!

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Bernina 780, and 530
Juki TL2010
Babylock Evolution
Singer 403a

When life gives you green velvet curtains, make a green velvet dress.

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