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Thread: I am in trouble now

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    Senior Member QuiltMania's Avatar
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    The Janome Memory Craft 6600 is on my Christmas list. We'll see if Santa brings it to me. Don't think he will because of the price (and if he did, I would have to have a serious budget discussion with Santa) but I can dream.

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    I also have the 6600 and I love it! I have had no problems with it whatsoever!

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    I have the 6500 but wish I had waited for the 6600. The on/off switch is a beauty! Not sure if I would like the accu-feed system, but my sister who has the 6600 loves it.


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    It is one of the machines on my wish list. I may get one someday. Hope you get yours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trupeach
    Didn't you know when you walk into any place that sells machines or fabric you are suppose to wear horse blinders and look at the ground. If you don't and you are able to look around you do get into trouble. If you check the quilter rule book horse blinders are listed under choclate next to the sewing machine at all times. :mrgreen:
    I guess I'll need my horse blinders tomorrow :roll:. I have a hairdresser appointment which just happens to be in a town that has a quilt shop which also happens to be right next door to a sewing machine dealer who happens to sell Janome's :shock: and if memory serves me correctly....they also have some long arm machines right there in the shop . :!:

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    Junior Member swimmom's Avatar
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    But if we were not open to new things - how boring our lives would be.

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    HA - I did exactly the same thing :D :D .
    Now I have an older, basic Janome and a newer 6600 Janome. I LOVE it!!

    To really round out this family, I went back into the same shop last month and -----eeeeek----- there was a pile of Jem Gold Plus machines on sale. Ya, my family is now one machine bigger.
    I really don't mind people who are loyal to their Husqvarnas, or Elnas, because I'm loyal to my Janome. All of them are easy to use and real workhorses as well.
    I've used the decorative stitches, the heavy-duty stitches and the quilting and pieces stitches, all with no problem.

    Bauy it, you'll liake it. :twisted:

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    Junior Member swimmom's Avatar
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    B.zang - so you have not had an issue with the tension? I have been reading too many reviews.

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    Yikes. I couldn't go in there. I'd want it all.

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    I have a janome 9000 and love it......... would buy a janome again.

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