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Thread: Sewing machine that is light weight for travel

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    Thank you. I'll check it out.
    Mary Ellen

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    I have both a Janome Jem and a Brother 900D. I like them both very much. However, the Brother machine has many more features than the Janome and doesn't weigh that much more. It also is an embrodery machine. I carry it to all my classes and to my Quilt Guild.

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    I just bought a singer featherweight through Ebay, I was lucky I got it for $180, but actually that was a steal. I could not believe it when it said I was the winner. The Singer Featherweight 221 is a great quilting machine. Although most that are in great shape you would be lucky if you can get one for $300-350.

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    I have a Brother ES-2000 that is lightweight and has quite a few features. It sews well, and is great for piecing. For any quilting, I use my Pfaff, as it is the heavier machine. My MC 6000 is also good for quilting.

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