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Thread: Purchasing a new machine?

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    Moderator Up North's Avatar
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    Ok I know we have beat this toppic around alot but I am now in the mind to purchase an inexpensive embroidery machine. Does anyone have the Brother 350? Just wondering what you think. The review I read were good but just wanted your opinion. Thanks!!!

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    Also check out the singers at HSN.com.

    I have a Bernina so I can't help you, sorry.

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    Super Member Maride's Avatar
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    I have a Brother 750 and love it. The shop where I got mine said that the 350 is good but to say away from the 250. If anything goes wrong they can not fix it. She said that the 350 is very relable.

    Maria

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    I just bought a used Brother ULT2002D. I would really talk to the people first. I was going to buy one can't remember which but it only did 4X4 and they said if you want to do bigger (which you will) that isn't the machine for you. I waited and ended up for an extra $300.00 purchasing the ULT2002D. See if you can get a used one and also see if they will knock off $200.00 we did and I love it.

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    Look at this site

    http://freeembroiderystuff.embroider...View.aspx?id=9

    There might be some other information to help.

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