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Thread: Stitch sampler from my new used Kenmore

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    Super Member Pam Pollock's Avatar
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    Hello, I just purchased a "new- used" Kenmore sewing machine from Sugar Pumpkin. It works Great!!! Here are some of my stitches that I got to practice doing.
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    LMAO, I do that every time I get a new machine. I thought I was the only one.

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    Same here. A good way to learn your machine though.

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    great stitches, looks like it will be a great machine to do some playing on. a friend used all her fun stitches to quilt a quilt of just squares, it looked really cute.

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    Awwww you quilters are toooo smart! I've never thought of doing that . . . but I will! Maybe that'll encourage me to DO some of those stitches on something! Got all the bells and whistles and only go forward and backwards! :(

    Thanks

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    WOW you have a lot of stitches to choose from!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by T-Bones mom
    LMAO, I do that every time I get a new machine. I thought I was the only one.

    no your not the only one..i did that too! i even went so far as to elongate and widen the stitches..to also see what they will look like. and since my janome 6000 is computerized, i wrote down the setting next to the stiches that i liked in magic marker!

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    Wow, looks like a great machine! Have lots of fun with it!

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    :oops: Never thought to do that :oops: Maybe I will try that when I get a few spare moments

    Thanks for the tip :thumbup:

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    If you ever need feet for it you can use the janome parts... since they are made by the same company. Both of mine are Kenmore's and i love the stitch options on it.

    That was a great way to get used to your new machine!

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