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Thread: Price of machines!!!!

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    Super Member Sandygirl's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Flo Pierce View Post
    Some of the less pricey machine are the best. it depends on what kind of sewing you do best. I have found out that
    one of the most important things we can do for our machines is to have them serviced professionally. I used to make
    slip covers for others and found to keep my machine stitching best I needed to have it cleaned and adjusted at least
    once per year. At that time I had a Kenmore Commander. Yes that dates me. It was a wonderful machine.

    You will never regret having your beloved servant maintained.
    Great advice! Goes the same for cars too.
    Sandy
    Sandygirl

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    Singer Centennial model (inherited from my late, fav aunt!)

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    Super Member Rose Marie's Avatar
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    My Viking Sapphire 830 was $1100 new years ago and love it. But now I live in the country with no place to have it serviced. Will have to drive all the way down the mountain to Phx. and drop it off then drive all the way back to pick it up.
    I have several cheap Brother machines for backup that I dont use much so are in great shape. But require lifting the foot etc. that my Viking dosnt require so its a hassle to relearn to do those things. Im so spoiled.

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