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Thread: Old machine broke, bought new machine

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    Super Member crafty pat's Avatar
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    I am so happy for you. Enjoy her.

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    Congratulations on your new machine. I think you did the right thing.
    You might as well get the latest machine with a larger throat.
    Please let us know how it works after you've had time to play with it.

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    Congratulations on your new machine! Enjoy her!

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    Congratulations on doing the right thing and buying the right machine! Points off for not at least linking us to an explanation of the name........

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prism99 View Post
    Congratulations on doing the right thing and buying the right machine! Points off for not at least linking us to an explanation of the name........
    Hahahahah! Yeah, what she said!

    Have fun with the new machine - what a blast!

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    so it seems I need to explain the name....let's see...the old machine had a 6" throat, new machine has a much deeper throat at 11"....so my father (yes, my FATHER) thought I should name the machine after Linda Lovelace. If you need further details, please google it as I really don't think I can explain any further.....
    She looks for wool and flax And works with her hands in delight.

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    LOLOL! Well, we asked!!!!

    Darn, I'm not old enough to remember when that movie came out, am I????????

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    Congrats on your new machine. I have a Janome and love her. I like her name, but I'm glad I spell mine with a Y to keep some distance from that story. LOL!!
    Lynda Rae

    "One who makes no mistakes -- never makes anything!" Author Unknown

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    (Laughing hysterically) as I'm wondering what possessed your dad to say "Linda." I don't think my dad ever even heard of Linda or her movie, but is really funny. You will love your Janome. I love my vintage Singers, but when I want embroidery or fancy stitches, I head toward mine. Love, love, love it!

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    I love my Janome Memory Craft 9500. An oldie but a goodie

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