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Thread: Embroidery Machines Lets Chat & Have Fun

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    Hi, I have the Janome 11,000. Had the 9,000 for 13 yrs, but wanted to be able to do larger designs. I use the Customizer that comes with it for sizing, downloading, etc. It is so much fun, I use it nearly every day. I will take a pic of the shirt I made DH for Christmas and get it on here soon. I like to do pants legs and shirts and quilt blocks. Also love the free standing lace, Embroidery.com has great lace Christmas ornaments. They are so nice to slip in with Christmas cards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LindaR
    Quote Originally Posted by Luvmygarden
    Quote Originally Posted by Up North
    I have a Brother SE350 with a 4 inch hoop it uses PES files. I bought the PED Basic to download off the internet. I absolutely love my machine and have a bunch of quilt squares started also did a fun and Done baby quilt in all white. I have done t shirts and sweatshirts.
    Hi, I have a brother SD270 disney embroidery machine.
    Is the PED basic easy to use with your machine? I was thinking of getting this because of price so I am hoping it will be all I need. The PED7 sounds great but I don't want to spend that much. I try sewing while I am babysitting my grandkids and it is a challenge That is why I love to embroider I can walk away except when my granddaughter decides to turn off the machine Haha
    I have the PED basic and it does everything I need, downloading designs, storing and resizing...I didn't want to spend the big price either.

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    Thanks sooooooo much glad to hear that.

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    Hi, I have the Janome 10001 and before that I had (still do) the Janome 9000 I have embroidered many things. But with the 10001 I can download designs off the computor and make a bigger design. I also have the card reader so I can use my memory cards from the 9000 on this newer machine. I can do t-shirts, sweatshirts, quilt blocks, jackets, hats, towels you name it. My kids and grands are always requesting an emb. design of some kind. being retired I sew almost everyday.

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    I have a Bernina 180E and she can be quite the diva. I want a new machine, I relly like ihe new vikings. oh well, can only dream for now.

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    I have the Babylock Essante and the Bernina 640. I am currently doing the latte quilt.

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    I have a Bernina Artista 630 that is supposed to do all sorts of things..I have just been really hesitating to try it .... not even sure how to start..I need someone to hold my hand, I guess...I would love to learn to use it....

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4dogs
    I have a Bernina Artista 630 that is supposed to do all sorts of things..I have just been really hesitating to try it .... not even sure how to start..I need someone to hold my hand, I guess...I would love to learn to use it....
    Does the shop you bought the machine give free lessons? If they do you should take those. The Bernina instructions are not very clear if you haven't used an embroidery machine. I had the Babylock first so was familiar with what I had to do. If you can't take classes and want to dive in on your own you can pm me if you like and I will try to walk you through it.

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    I have the Brother 4000D, and have not learned how to use it. I bought it about 3 years ago at a good price, and have just started piecing with it. One of my goals for this year is to learn how to do embroidery. This might just be the group to motive me:)

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    thanks so much for you offer to help.......they do have the classes, and I sat through one, but it was a little while back, so I gotta go and sit through another one....and then, I really might ask for your help, if you dont mind......wish you were close enough I could just run over to your house...thanks so much!!

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