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Thread: Tough choice....

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    Senior Member cowpie2's Avatar
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    Tough choice....

    I've been saving for new livingroom furniture that my husband does not want. So I could give up on the furniture and spend my savings on a new quilting machine. What would you choose.

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    Super Member Dolphyngyrl's Avatar
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    Depends on how bad my old furniture was. if your getting new because it is worn out and needs to be replaced I would go furniture because you need it, but if your just doing it because you want new furniture to have it be new I would do the machine

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    Buy the quilting machine and set it all up in the living room!

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    Hmmm, hard decision. I might put off making a decision and think really hard about it....but then again I might just go for the new machine. You will make the right decision.

    Dina

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    No question for me - new quilting machine! I have the same situation right now; my husband doesn't care either way and we NEVER sit in our living room. I quilt every day, so I'm going for the quilting machine. Enjoy it!

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    I'm with Dolphyngirl - it would depend on how bad my furniture is. If it were me right now, I'd pick new furniture. I'm pretty happy with my current family of machines.

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    Senior Member cowpie2's Avatar
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    lol my only machine is one I bought 10+ years ago for about $100. My furniture is well used but not the worst I've seen. I cover it anyway because our dog sheds A LOT.

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    Unless the furniture makes you unhappy, go for the quilting machine.

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    Buy a quilting machine and cover your old furniture with pretty quilts!
    Mary

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    Quilting machine- nuff said

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