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    Thanks

    Thanks to everyone who has tried to help me decide on which LAQM to buy. I think I will go for a Innova because I have support about 2 hours away. I asked that the thread be pulled because I had been given great info on several different machines and the tread had begun to stray from it's original subject matter. I really learned a lot from you all and it was great for you to take the time to educate me.

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    I'm glad you made your choice and I hope it works great for you. Enjoy.
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    My VERY picky friend decided on that brand. There were some delivery issues and the company worked very hard with her to get it straightened out. She loves the machine and has made steady progress.

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    Quote Originally Posted by topstitch View Post
    Thanks to everyone who has tried to help me decide on which LAQM to buy. I think I will go for a Innova because I have support about 2 hours away. I asked that the thread be pulled because I had been given great info on several different machines and the tread had begun to stray from it's original subject matter. I really learned a lot from you all and it was great for you to take the time to educate me.
    Where do you live? There is a regional Innova training center in our town! Great place. Personally I do nit long arm, but I go there for thread.

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    I live in Virginia and there is also a training center about 2 hours from me or so I have told. It will be great if that is true. Topstitch

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    I think choosing the machine with SUPPORT CLOSE is a very wise choice.
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    I hope you'll let us know how it works out for you. Good luck!

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