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    Junior Member acesgame's Avatar
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    new Janome 9500

    If you want a great embroidery machine at a fantastic price and live in north texas check out the Plano Sewing Center. http://www.planosewingcenter.com/special-sale-items
    I got this great machine for less than the advertised price. It was new in the box. They are no longer Janome dealers so these are the last ones/floor models. The owner was great. He spent alot of time with me and kept making me offers I couldn't refuse. I got a starter amount of stabilizers and some thread and bobbins. I got digitizing software too.
    I cannot wait to get busy.
    Just my 2 cents and probably not worth that much but I ALWAYS have an opinion!

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    Good for you! I haven't caught the machine embroidery bug yet but I suspect it is just a matter of time!
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    Hey there. You are sew lucky. I am in search of a Janome Magnolia 4500. Wonder if they have one left? I will have to call and see. That's just a few hours north of me.
    Can't wait to see what you make first. Thanks for sharing it with us.
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    What kind of digitlizing software did you get? I have had mine for several years and yet haven't embrodiered anything other than what is in the designs already. Wish I could learn more about how to do more. I really like the machine.

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    It's called digitizer 10000. Haven't learned how to use it yet. I was hoping my computer husband would learn and then show me. He was excited when I told him about it.
    Just my 2 cents and probably not worth that much but I ALWAYS have an opinion!

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    Quote Originally Posted by acesgame View Post
    It's called digitizer 10000. Haven't learned how to use it yet. I was hoping my computer husband would learn and then show me. He was excited when I told him about it.
    Did you learn how to use your digitizer yet? I am thinking I need to get back to learning how to use my machine myself.

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    Any update on how you like your 9500? How did th digitalizer work for you? Maybe I should get one. I haven't had any luck trying to get the the compact card, memory thing to work to import them. Yet I don't seem to have a lot of time to work with it either. I just use what designs are there already, would love to firgue it out though.

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