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I guess there is a market for that expensive machine. Keeps the economy rolling along without my help. I thought that machine was a long arm but that is not the case.
If I was able to spend that kind of money I'd get a long arm.
Personally, the more mechanical the quilt becomes, the less I like it. I'd buy a LA so I could finish my quilts a little quicker and, the beautiful LA custom quilting is beautiful..... but the hand quilting is so personal. Hand done is still what I love the most.
I'd rather spend money on my quilting hobby than the therapist.... I'm probably $$$ ahead.... and I'm happy!!
Can you tell us what series show number this was? I can never find the show on my TV. I was shocked at cost of new Babylock. I still sew on a Brother 2002D. Age on sewing machine does not matter as long as it sews. I also have a 1932 singer that I am renovating
There are many semi retired and retired with disposable income that if not spent will be spent by the heirs.
I love my life!
This comp/sm has software and the ability to outline the GO dies.....so you have to either buy the go&dies or you are a owner already...at least that's what I got out of the program. For the cost of that s/m, plus I'm sure there were extras they did talk about, I will continue to just hand guide any raw edged appliqué I may so........
I have the GO and many dies.........no where near the $$$$$ that machine is tagged at!
Mary was a newbie a couple of years ago on the show. Now she is the main host and teaches classes and has her own magazine????????? I don't watch them anymore.