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Thread: I see lots of references to yahoo groups - how would I find if there is one for me?

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    Senior Member bigredharley's Avatar
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    I see lots of references to yahoo groups - how would I find if there is one for me?

    I mean Baby Lock Crown Jewel owners? I'm thinking that I'd like to get in touch with others that have it, as I'm ordering mine next week....

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    Super Member plainpat's Avatar
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    Google Yahoo Groups. You will need to join Yahoo if not a member.

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    Power Poster Prism99's Avatar
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    I searched Yahoo groups and could not find a group specifically for the Crown Jewel. You might want to join the homequiltingsystems group, though. This is a large and active group of quilters using a wide variety of frame setups to quilt. Someone on there will have a Crown Jewel, for sure. Here is a link to that group:
    In the upper righthand corner you will see a search option if you want to look for other groups.

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    Power Poster mighty's Avatar
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    There is a group for Crown Jewel, it is Jewels in Motion. I recently joing this group. I will be getting my machine Tuesday.

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    Super Member DebraK's Avatar
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    Senior Member GramMER's Avatar
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    I have to tell you a funny story based in the "all men are alike" philosophy. When we went back to the US about two years ago, our daughters (with 10 kids in tow) went to a quilting shop. I do not do well just standing around, so I parked myself back by the sewing machines--loads of sewing machines! There were the long arms, the embroidery models, the ordinary models, the Baby Locks and so many more--not just one brand either. I sat there drooling and probably looked "hungry" or deprived.

    Maybe I looked lonesome because a clerk came and offered to show me how to use the newest Bernina embroidery model at $10K plus. My grandson, age 8, came up to check on what I was up to and stood over me as I enjoyed the demo. On the way out of the store, he approached his mother with, "You can't let GramMER spend that much money on a sewing machine!"

    He thought I might seriously plunk out $10K+, but he has no idea that much is not in my bank account nor on my credit card. His mother commented to me later, "MEN! They are all alike!"

    I predict she might buy herself one someday.
    GramMER to eighteen, plus two great-granddaughters and four adopted greats soon we hope!

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