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Thread: Pfaff machines

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    Moderator kathy's Avatar
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    Nov 2006
    on the Texas Coast
    Karen, I'm glad you like your new machine, mostly I want to commend you on quitting smoking, I just had my second anniversary on New Years day and I know what an accomplishment it is! You deserve a new machine!

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    Senior Member Karenmay's Avatar
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    Aug 2007
    South Yorkshire UK
    Thanks Kathy! I certainly wouldnt want to start again now...not after all this time (8months) but at the moment Ive got a dose of the 'flu and a rotten cough which is something I never had when I smoked! But then again if I was still smoking it could have turned into something even worse!!


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    Karenmay--I don't know anything about the machine--but I wanted to say I just love your avatar photo. :D You look like a fun gal to know.

    I did Weight Watchers this summer--since both my kids were heading to college I figured it was time to lose the baby weight from the 2nd one. :roll: I lost 17 pounds and am in a size 8 :!: :!: Just 3 more lbs to go and I'll be at what I was on my wedding day--23 years ago.

    It's the way (weigh?) to go!! :lol:

    I have lots of blender ideas if you ever need some. :wink:

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    Senior Member cassiemae's Avatar
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    Nov 2006
    Billings Mt
    [b] Hi:

    I also have a regular Pfaff sewing machine and just love it I have had it for 3 years now. Personally I would not have anything but a Pfaff. I really like the integrated duel feed.

    I hope you do go for the Pfaff.


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    Super Member Feathers's Avatar
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    Apr 2007
    Pacific NW
    Hi Cassiemae:
    I love your avatar. I've never owned a Scottie dog but have always through they were cute little guys. Walks are good!

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    Junior Member imaquilter's Avatar
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    Mar 2007
    Know you already got your machine so, you don't need help anymore making your mind up. But, just wanted to put in my word about how much I love PFAFF.

    We were a PFAFF dealer. Had a quilt shop and sold them for several years. So, of course I own one but, even without selling them I still think they are the best machine for quilters. Can't beat that Dual Feed. Others are trying to copy it but, nobody compares.

    Good choice! You are going to LOVE it!

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