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Thread: Janome 6260qc

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    Hi!

    I am new to this group.I have taken a beginners lesson in patchwork and quilting recently and i really love the craft.
    I want to buy a sewing machine and have heard good things about janome.I was wondering if anybody have any experience sewing on the janome 6260qc..please help me chose

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    Senior Member dojo36's Avatar
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    welcome to the board, you'll be hooked like the rest of us in no time.
    i have three janome machines, one is the embroidery E350, the 6600 sewing machine and the gem platinum 760 sewing machine. love them all.
    donna

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    hi!

    thanku..the 6600 seems to be a wonderful machine ..do u like u'rs?.how good is it to sew on? if it in my budget ...i wish to buy something that i dont need to upgrade for years

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    Welcome from NE CA. Glad you joined us. I can't help you with your question, but I'm sure that someone will be able to. We love pictures.

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    Super Member GailG's Avatar
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    Welcome from South Louisiana. I have an older Janome (Memory Craft 4000) that I just love. It has really held up well. I've done garment sewing, heirloom sewing, and now quilting on it.

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    Power Poster Mousie's Avatar
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    I have the 6260qc and the 6600mp. Since you said, you didn't want to have to upgrade for years, I would go with the 6600. It has the accufeed feature, and more. It was worth the price to me. I got an extension table with mine, and of course the attachment + accessories kit.
    I love my machine.
    If I had LOTS of money, I would have tried out a Bernina, a NICE one...to see if all they say about it, would be true for me, but, I spent as much as I could afford and quite happy anyway. :D
    BTW, i still love my 6260qc, just wanted more bells and whistles, and to not be without a machine, when it came time for annual tuneup.

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