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Thread: New sewing machine

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    Junior Member seazteddy's Avatar
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    Help, I want to buy a new machine with all the fancy do-dads but I already have 4 machines. I would trade one in. Should I or shouldn't I?

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    Super Member fabric_fancy's Avatar
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    if you don't have a machine with all the fancy do-dads then i say go for it.

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    Junior Member seazteddy's Avatar
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    That's what I think but I do have 4 machines already.

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    The new machines are great, all the fancy do-dads make it alot easier. But, if you have 4 machines already, do they not do what you want them to do? Maybe the shop where you are buying the new machine would take one in as a trade-in. I currently have three machines and my longarm and I wouldn't part with any of them. So go for it, we can always use another machine...

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    Make a list of exactly what you want, make sure none of your current machines fit the bill and then trade one in.

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    Yes, look at the Husq Vikings lots of do/dads

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