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Thread: Here she is!! I am in LOVE!! <3

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    Just got her all cleaned up (she was super clean really) and the wood all shined up. Got the tension just right and gonna try her out!! :) SO HAPPY!
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    Very nice. The cabinet is beautiful

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    Very nice. Enjoy!

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    So nice. I have one too and I love it. It is the best machine for sewing around fusible applique.

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    Awwww, that looks just like my grandmothers machine!!!! Wonder what ever happened to it...........I'm envious! I still have my quilt she made for me on it, dated 1969. Have fun with her!

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    Nice!!

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    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...=STRK:MEWNX:IT

    link for a (new) walking foot. I just bought one for my 403. (member) Roberta just bought a 403 & walking foot, too.

    Does your machine take the "top hat" drop in cams? I just bought some, shared with Roberta, and ended up with about 5-7 "triplicates".

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    I know that it takes cams... but I think they are built in. This one is a 401A... but I think you still can change them out? I wonder if the walking foot would fit this machine as well?

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    Oh yeah, that's cool!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MellieKQuilter
    I know that it takes cams... but I think they are built in. This one is a 401A... but I think you still can change them out? I wonder if the walking foot would fit this machine as well?
    It should, I just looked up 401A & its one of the Slantomatic series. It is much like my (third owner, owned since 1974) 403.

    If yours takes drop in cams, they should work, tho, since yours is a 400 series.

    cool, learned (link below) you have a built in cam stack, but also take cams for additional stitches. Interesting!!!
    http://blog.sew-classic.com/2008/10/...ne-review.aspx

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