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Thread: Suggest new embroidery machine

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    Power Poster lynnie's Avatar
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    Its not self threading but a great workhorse, a Tajima, its a prof machine and can hold up to 99color changes at a time.
    you didnt say how much you wanted to spend either. Its biggest hoopis appeox 28" x 30"
    The neo is a desktop compaact design.

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    Hi,
    I have two Babylock embroidery machines, an Elegante 2 (love it!!) and my Elllure also embroiders, does a good job without the bells and whistles of the Elegante.
    I love both my Babylocks and I have a fantastic dealer that will help you anytime you call the shop, over the phone she can assist on many issues. She's great! That's very important to buy your machine from a dealer that will be there to answer questions, offer lesson, help with issues you might have down the road, not every store that sells machines backs them.
    Most brands all have websites with videos about each machine, or check out utube even.
    I have the magna hoop (large one) and 2 snap hoops for my Elegante and love em. I embroider designs right from my netbook to my machine, but the Elegante also can use a USB or a card. It literally threads itself. Can combine patterns, CUTS THE JUMP THREADS!
    Keep us posted on your decision.
    Bev
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    Babylock Crescendo, Elegante2, and Ellure.....for the love of sewing!

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    Me again,

    Check out the new Babylock Unity....has lighting on it that's fantastic and it has a laser light.....someone I know has it and is thrilled with it. It's between the Ellisimo and my Elegante2.
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    Our lives are like quilts....bits and pieces....joys and sorrows....stitched together with love.
    Babylock Crescendo, Elegante2, and Ellure.....for the love of sewing!

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    I have the Babylock Spirit an embroidery only machine and I love it! the largest hoop size is 7x12 and it comes with a 5x7 as well. It has a sensor pen where you can touch the fabric where you want the design to be at or rotate it at. I traded my Babylock Ellure for it since i only used it for embroidery and I have two other Babylock sewing machines. I'm in love with the machine and very user friendly. But I do believe that you do all your research and reviews. If you can test one or any of the ones mentioned here I would recommend it. Good luck on your find!

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    Hello~ Can you tell me if you still are offering you Designer SE LE for sale? And if so, what is the asking price? Thank you so much! Patricia p.s. My email is patriciamarin@att.net
    Last edited by Patricia Marin; 07-13-2013 at 01:31 PM.

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