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Thread: Boy am I stupid!!

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    Senior Member GammaLou's Avatar
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    Angry Boy am I stupid!!

    Just got to our vacation condo and set up my machine and guess what? I didn't pack my foot control. How did I foget that!! Guess I'll have to have it mailed to me. I can't spend a month here without sewing and the Off/On switch is not easy to use for peicing.

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    My sympathies. Forgetting is way too easy to do. I have forgotten to take thread when going to a quilt-in. How embarrassing. Luckily someone else shared with me.

    Now I keep a packing list with my quilting supplies & machine so if I go to a class or a quilt-in I have my own check list.
    It usually just takes once to get me to find a solution that fits for me.

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    How much would a new one cost???????? I kept forgetting my plug cord when I'd go to classes....finally bought a new one and keep it in my travel bag!
    Dee


    "A life spent making mistakes is not only more honorable, but more useful than a life spent doing nothing." by George Bernard Shaw

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    Quote Originally Posted by amandasgramma View Post
    How much would a new one cost????????
    If it's not too much it might be worth it.
    Bev
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    ditto ... a new one may be less than the shipping costs, and then you'd be set up for the future!
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    I think I would see what a new one costs. Never know until you check it out.
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    bummer! the others have a good idea! postage is so expensive these days
    Nancy in western NY

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    I have been looking for a new one and they are 40 and up.

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    I went to a class and forgot my electric cord. I was lucky as the class was at the LQS where I bought my machine and they loaned me one. You only do something like that once. If you are able to get someone to mail it to you, you are lucky. I don't think I would buy a new one.
    Sue

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    Quote Originally Posted by barny View Post
    I have been looking for a new one and they are 40 and up.
    That's more than I expected. I guess that ya can price how much it will cost ta mail it. I'm guessing that it will cast less ta have it mailed. So Sorry.
    Bev
    My initials are BB, so dublb is double B.

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