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Thread: is this another "gotta have/probably won't use much" Notion?!

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    Would someone please buy some so we know how good they are

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    Thanks for the link! They definitely look like something that could be very useful. Kind of pricey for my budget, but then I'm the original El Cheapo!!!

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    They WON'T be on my Christmas wish list. Maybe if I did alot of sewing that these "specialty feet" do I would accept them as a gift as long as someone else was paying. LOL but I don't think I would ever buy them! 71.00 for some generic feet! nah, I'm good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by justwannaquilt
    I don't think I would ever buy them! 71.00 for some generic feet! nah, I'm good.
    I thought they sounded interesting until I saw the price. I think I'll stick with what I have.

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    They look interesting, but I definitely don't have $80+ dollars to spend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sadiemae
    They look interesting, but I definitely don't have $80+ dollars to spend.
    me either..but the one foot i might use was $25.00..which is about what i think the feet for the janomes run anyways.
    this is the one i was looking at:
    http://www.creativefeet.com/products...satinedge-foot

    and while we are at it.."looking and dreaming"..here is basting glue..would work better than the glue sticks..
    http://www.creativefeet.com/products/accessories


    i wish i was going to the novi sewing expo..i will bet they will be doing the demo! i can't walk that good yet..my new knee is only 7 weeks old..so i don't think i should even try..

    :?

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    Looks interesting but.........

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    Kim, bring a wheelchair and I would be glad to push you around!lol
    Gale

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    can you imagine the crowds and the folks i would be running over?!! lol!

    my friend sandy is going..i usually go with her..but not this time..

    you have fun though!

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    Senior Member Ginaky's Avatar
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    These feet aren't new--I've had mine probably 10-15 years. I used them a good bit when I got them but the things I was making changed and I didn't use them so much. I still have them, though. They worked great for what they were designed for.

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