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Thread: TWO machines and a love story!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GailG View Post
    I looked in abbreviations and didn't find these so I'll have to ask the question.. In post#1 TOL was mentioned and in Post #7, TOTL. What do they mean?

    Congratulations on your new machines and on having such a supportive and sweet DH! I'm yearning for a new machine (Janome 6300 or 6400) and all my DH says is "and where are you going to put it?"
    I googled it and they both mean top of the line.

    I have a brother se400 and would absolutely love to have a Dreamweaver!! You are so fortunate!

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    [QUOTE=GailG;5801597]I looked in abbreviations and didn't find these so I'll have to ask the question.. In post#1 TOL was mentioned and in Post #7, TOTL. What do they mean?

    Thank you so much for asking. I was sitting here wondering too!

    Dina

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    My hubby is a lot like that, too. It's so nice to the loving support of your DH.

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    [QUOTE=Dina;5804723]
    Quote Originally Posted by GailG View Post
    I looked in abbreviations and didn't find these so I'll have to ask the question.. In post#1 TOL was mentioned and in Post #7, TOTL. What do they mean?

    Thank you so much for asking. I was sitting here wondering too!

    Dina

    TOL means Top Of the Line usually referring to an expensive, well-made machine.

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    Hmm I wonder how much I would get on trade in , I have a Brother QC 1000. LOL

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    Just hoop a piece of cloth and start a test run and you'll naver look back
    My Christmas present to myself was a Innov'-IS VE2200 that is the Dreammaker XE boy do I enjoy embroidering on it.
    watch out don't stand to close or you might have a rose on your shirt sleeve (() enjoy both your new machines .
    Freedom is costly and quilting keeps us busy...

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    It looks like you might have bought your machine in/near Birmingham (my husband and I pass through there often on our road trips), so my question to you is, where is the store where you bought your wonderful machines. I got money for part of my Christmas and it is burning a hole in my pocket, plus DH said "guess what the temp is in Biloxi" with the temp here in middle TN hovering at freezing and windy......we are SOOOOOOO ready to escape. I told him I know someone who'll tend to the pets, so we are thinking forward in that direction. BTW (took me a spell to figure that one out, in reference to your TOPL) sincere congratulations on your acquisitions--enjoy, enjoy, enjoy......
    Make every day count for something!

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    The easiest way to disable the clock display is with a little piece of carefully cut and applied blue painter's tape. I used to recommend black electrical tape, but it leaves a sticky residue.

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    I felt the same way when I bought my TOTL Pfaff last Christmas. My Dh badgered me until I finally bought it!

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    You are one lucky lady and he is definiely a keeper. Congratulations.

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