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Thread: Brother QC1000

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    Senior Member rryder's Avatar
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    Brother QC1000

    Does anyone here have the Brother QC1000?

    Rob

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    Senior Member rryder's Avatar
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    Maybe I should clarify... I'm wondering how these have held up over the years. Brother no longer makes this model. I'm curious because I'm thinking about buying a used one for myself and was wondering how well they've held up for folks who've been using them a while.

    Rob

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    Sorry Rob, I have a Bernina 1530 that has held up excellent over the past 15 years.
    A Good Friend, like an old quilt, is both a Treasure and a Comfort

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    I found this thread about it:
    http://sewing.patternreview.com/Sewi...ns/topic/64098

    The machine itself seems to be a good one. Because of its age, though, a lot will depend on how it was used and maintained over the years.

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    I've had my QC1000 for six years. I bought it used from the dealer I purchase all my machines from. I Love it....it has held up well. I really like the variety of stitches, the large extension table, the pivot feature and auto tension. It's a nice machine. Make sure it's been serviced and well maintained.

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    Bought my QC1000 in 2009, no problems, have it in my winter home in AZ and use it very heavily for 6 months each year.

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