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Thread: HSN has a Juki....

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    Super Member MellieKQuilter's Avatar
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    Model #TL-2000Qi, for 899.00 (or 5 payments of 179.80). I think this is a good price? And its free shipping... AND I WANT IT. :shock:

    Of course, there is the question of WHERE i would put it. I already have a modern Brother and 401 Singer.. in my tiny townhouse (i have a lovely corner in the living/dining area). I really dont have room.

    But I can just SEE myself doing FMQ and not having to struggle so much!

    I REALLY WANT IT. :)

    Thank you for listening to the rantings of a crazy quilter.. I knew you all would understand. :thumbup: 8-)

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    I wanted one too but my Singer has about the same throat space as the Juki so I couldn't justify it for that reason. Then I also just bought 2 embroidery machines... but I still want one :roll: I'm going to stand strong but I KNOW HOW YOU FEEL! :-D

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    My machine now has a TINY workspace. And my Singer is a Slant needle.. not that great for FMQ... SO.. the only thing keeping me from clicking the BUY button is the lack of space.. :(

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    I wish you hadn't told me this...
    :cry: :hunf: :cry:

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    I hope that you can make room for it. I love mine

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    here's to finding a space for it "somewhere". i have several machines. one, i have 'stored' in a cubby and just bring it out to the kitchen counter when i want to use it.

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    But, she is a wonderful machine....and the little bit extra room in the arm, makes a BIG difference....

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    Amazon has it even cheaper, and I bet you could find an even better buy if you looked:

    http://www.amazon.com/JUKI-TL-2000Qi...m/B004C04YII/2

    You could get a re serviced on this site for $799.

    http://www.sewvacdirect.com/jukisew....FRdTgwodAx4PdA

    I will never give up my Juki, no matter what else I get. If you want to FMQ- she's your girl, and she sews like butter and has all metal parts. As long as you clean and oil her, she will purr like a kitten.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hazeljane
    Amazon has it even cheaper, and I bet you could find an even better buy if you looked:

    http://www.amazon.com/JUKI-TL-2000Qi...m/B004C04YII/2

    You could get a re serviced on this site for $799.

    http://www.sewvacdirect.com/jukisew....FRdTgwodAx4PdA

    I will never give up my Juki, no matter what else I get. If you want to FMQ- she's your girl, and she sews like butter and has all metal parts. As long as you clean and oil her, she will purr like a kitten.
    I think the ability to use flex pay is the draw--at least it is for me.

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    I have very little space in my crowded home for one but I have one. I have had mine about 5 years and bought a frame for it two years ago. It's amazing how you can find the space if you really want it. I love mine and it is so much easier to do FMQ on it. I would go for it.

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    There's always space in the kitchen and bedrooms...who needs them anyway!! LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by hazeljane
    Amazon has it even cheaper, and I bet you could find an even better buy if you looked:

    http://www.amazon.com/JUKI-TL-2000Qi...m/B004C04YII/2

    You could get a re serviced on this site for $799.

    http://www.sewvacdirect.com/jukisew....FRdTgwodAx4PdA

    I will never give up my Juki, no matter what else I get. If you want to FMQ- she's your girl, and she sews like butter and has all metal parts. As long as you clean and oil her, she will purr like a kitten.
    The Flex Pay is what really draws me.. I can afford 899 all at once, but over 5 months? PERFECT! Plus its only 30 difference.. with a warranty. :) I REALLY WANT IT. I have already looked at it again today..

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    I really want this but I have to wait for payday to sign up.
    I received a coupon from HSN for 15% off any purchase...when I signed up for email from them.

    I hope they will take it for this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by purplemem
    I really want this but I have to wait for payday to sign up.
    I received a coupon from HSN for 15% off any purchase...when I signed up for email from them.

    I hope they will take it for this.
    Is it a friends and family one? I had one (expired) and it said that you could share with friends and family.. would you be willing to share?? :)

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    Is this one considered a "Long Arm"? I can't search it out now (I'm at work) so if someone could let me know I'd appreciate it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CarrieC
    Is this one considered a "Long Arm"? I can't search it out now (I'm at work) so if someone could let me know I'd appreciate it!
    I think it is considered a mid-arm.. it has a 9 inch throat space. It can be put on a frame tho.. hope this helps!

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    I saw that on HSN last night. I almost bought it, but instead I went to Sewingmachinesplus.com and talked with Nedra. I got a machine for the same price, free shipping, 100 needles of my choice, 20 bobbins, and a $50 gift certificate which I put towards a cruise control for my grace frame. Also, they do financing and I was able to pay for it over several months with no interest. Well, as long as you pay on time each month, otherwise they will tack on a bunch of interest.
    DO NOT TALK TO TODD, however. They work on commission and after I talked with Nedra and was doing research on my own before making my decision, he called and tried to steal her commission. I felt he was a little too car salesman like (no offense to car salesman anywhere!). But he was pushy, arrogant and tried to get me to buy something I didn't want by basically telling me I didn't know what I wanted.
    I can't wait for my machine to arrive so I can start quilting! Someday I will have a longarm, but for now, this will do.
    I have bought two singers from HSN and was satisfied with their service also.

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