Enjoy your birthday gift! Nice to know there are still such loving dh!
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Congrats and happy birthday!
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Lucky Woman-Happy Birthday--Enjoy that sewing machine and Hubby!!
Happy Birthday to you and a late Happy Birthday to mamaquilts! May you both live long and happy (quilty) lives and enjoy every stitch of them!! And mamaquilts...if he doesn't say anything about yours, you're bound to get TWO birthday presents for yourself!
If you feel like you're special...it's 'cause you are!
Happy Birthday! What a thoughtful and generous husband! I have the Horizon, too, and I really like it. Have fun!
Happy Birthday--congrats on the new machine and the wonderful husband.
Congratulations...you will absolutely enjoy every minute with your new baby. I have one and love it. Not only is it a good quilting machine I think it's beautiful also.
"Worry is like a rocking chair; you're moving but not going anywhere."
Happy Birthday and enjoy your new machine!
Yes, congratulations. I am SO glad that I decided to get the Horizon. Had my instruction class last Friday and am amazed at all of the things that I can do now. A few of the things could have been done on my Elna but I never bothered taking the class...and didn't attempt to try them on my own. I LOVE the applique stitch and will be using it for sure. Plus all of the little pictures and alphabet will be fun to incorporate into projects too. Instructor told me how to use the automatic needle threader and it worked perfect...there. Tried it at home here and couldn't do it so did it by hand...but I WILL practice doing it. And...I LOVE the thread cutter. What a great idea...after years of grabbing the scissors to cut the threads. I am now getting STRAIGHT seams with the 1/4" foot. I know there are more things that I love but will stop now. LOL I am sure you are going to be glad you got it...and that's a great hubby for buying it for your birthday. My Elna...hubby bought for me for Christmas in 1999 and it still works great. I promised it to my grandaughter so she will be here on Sunday and I'm going to make sure she wants it before I clean it and gather all of the parts, needles and bobbins for her.
Happy birthday. Enjoy your machine.