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Thread: Anyone interested in a Commercial Sewing Machine??

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    Super Member Nanamoms's Avatar
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    Anyone interested in a Commercial Sewing Machine??

    http://jackson.craigslist.org/for/3195512107.html


    Of course, it's located in Mississippi. Anyone up for a drive? LOL

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    IF we had:

    A bigger place ...
    A place for that machine ...
    The money ...

    Oh, yeah, we'd be interested.

    Joe

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    How would you use one of those? Do you FMQ with them? Just wondering as I've seen them for sale from time to time and wondered if I could use one.
    phranny ~ I cannot call my day complete. 'til needle, thread, and fabric meet.

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    lol, I live in the suburbs of Jackson, MS. I have been watching this listing but don't think it would work for long arming but I don't know. If anyone is interested in it and wanted it shipped, I could, after you had completed your dealings and financial arrangements, help you get it shipped. I have more than once wished I had a friend living in a different state that could help me like this, hence having to pass up a good deal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phranny View Post
    How would you use one of those? Do you FMQ with them? Just wondering as I've seen them for sale from time to time and wondered if I could use one.

    I had a commercial machine once, and they sew VERY fast, something along the lines of 3,000-5,000 spm. I didn't realize it when I bought it and I was afraid I would sew my fingers together, so hubby put an apparatus on it to slow it down, but it was still too fast for me. Don't have that one any longer.
    Have a blessed day.

    Linda

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