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Thread: Starting to love my Horizon

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    Super Member bailey's Avatar
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    Couple of days ago I posted about being ready to trade that sucker in on something else...............Well, took a freemotion class today, learned how to thread the machine and bunch of other things and I think I may really, really like this machine. So, if I turned anyone away - I apologize. The horizon is so much fun. Just was in a rush, had just taken the machine out of the box and thought or maybe just wasn't thinking and got very frustrated very fast. Don't buy a new machine and not take some time to read the manual and play with it for a little while before needing to be able to use it for a class the next day. LOL

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    I love mine!!! Glad you are getting along with yours :)

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    Great advice:)

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    I love mine too!

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    See there, I knew you would!!!

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    What I love about the bigger machines is that you can learn more new things about them every day

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    So glad you two are getting along now. Owner's Manuals are great.

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    I'm hoping to get one in a few years for an early retirement present for me. Until then, I'm going to sit down at every one I see at a Quilt Show and play!

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    The best time investment I ever made, was the three classes that came with my Janome. Otherwise, I would never have had the courage to use so many of its special features. I keep the manual close too.

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    I just watched alittle demostration on the Horizon in the store yesturday. I was on my lunch hour so I couldnt stay long. But it looked like a really nice machine.
    Enjoy yours.

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