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Thread: Wonderful Surprize

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    Super Member jbsstrawberry's Avatar
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    How sweet!! I think the first thing you make with your serger should be a special surprise for that wonderful man!! Give him great big quilter type hugs from us too!!

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    If I give you my dh's email will you email this to him!?!?!? Just kidding - - - :) You are blessed.

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    :D :D :D This is the kind of story I really like.....There is always hope..... :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

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    Understand the afraid part. A friend of mine keeps trying to talk me into a serger.

    That was a wonderful and thoughtful surprize. He is a good guy.

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    quilt4u, I know what you mean :!: My h is the same way and he is
    checking where every penny goes. He too, thinks I have too much but
    one day I have my own space and a new sewing machine to boost.

    yoya

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    Super Member mpspeedy's Avatar
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    You are a lucky wife.
    Don't be afraid of your serger. If you have the top of the line one it should be easy to use. Your dealer probably gives free classes. I have even done quilting with mine. Almost all commercial clothing construction is done with a serger. I recently upgraded mine which I have had since the late 80's . I broke one of the loopers. It was repairable but the technology has improved since I purchased that one. They gave me a generous trade in and this one is easier to thread. I worked for a year for a Bernina dealer who made ends meet by doing custom dressmaking and alterations. I used a serger almost everyday in her shop. I use mine at home a lot. You can even make lace with the machine.

    Enjoy

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    Oh, what a man, don't let him get a way.

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    You can piece with a serger without running out of bobbin thread.

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    What a sweet and thoughtful man you have! :)

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    What a great guy! Of course..as we say at our house...well, we are BOTH spoiled and ain't it nice??? :lol: :lol:

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