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Thread: Yep I did it

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    I have been watching the videos online, I cannot wait to go see it in person.

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    Good for you. Have fun. joyce j

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    Lucky, lucky you. Enjoy your new machine.

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    congratulations !!! It will be a great machine to produce fun and fascinating projects.
    Make it a scrappy happy day!

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    How exciting, congrats!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tezell0801 View Post
    Bought the new Brother V Series Sewing/Quilting machine! I am so excited. I really wanted this machine and my hubby said go for it, so it did! Wow, a lot to spend for a machine, but it looks awesome!!!!! i can not wait until it comes in = mid September.I am thinking it will be so worth the wait.

    Now who can teach me to machine quilt?????
    Congratulations...you are a lucky girl!
    I got to see it and try it out at the AQS show in Michigan yesterday. They had a show deal on the price. $500 off, and it also included, at no cost, a $2,000 sewing cabinet with the fold down side...enough room to lay on a huge project for free motion quilting AND the three carrying cases, also at no cost!!! It's soooo tempting to take it because I know there won't be another deal like it out there. It has 11" space under the arm and has a laser that you can use to tell if you're sewing straight. Too many features to mention...some I don't know if I'd ever use them. I also found a Pfaff and a Husquvarna (sp?) that were really good deals for much less cost. My dilemma is the show ends at 5:00 today, and since my two machines are both out of commission I need to decide quickly. Don't know if I can even get there today. I'm going to my DDIL's baby shower at 2:00!

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    Congrats! I love Brother machines. I think that out of all the machines on the market Brother is the most user friendly.

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    Congrats on your new machine! There's plenty info on machine quilting on here and on youtube!
    If a woman's work is never done....why start?

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    By the looks of many comments on this board, husbands of Quilters must be about as special as the Quilters themselves! We are a blessed bunch, aren't we??

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    Hooray for you! That's fantastic! You are going to have SO much fun!

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