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Old 02-17-2013, 10:09 AM
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Just picked up my new machine, an 8900 Janomee, on Tuesday and have only been able to sew 2 short rows of stitches using 1/4" pressor foot. Ended up back in the hospital again by pulling my brand new hip replacement out of scoket again. This time it is cemented in place and if I pull it out will end up in w/c for life. Anyway this beautiful machine is waiting for me. Will be taking an application class in a couple of weeks but the class I am excited about is for FMQ class that I am signed up for. Until I feel like getting behind the sewing table I can at least study the book.
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Old 02-17-2013, 10:38 AM
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Oh Judy!! Do take care and go slow so that you can really enjoy your new machine!! Even though there are a lot of people getting hi replacements it doesn't mean that it is fun and a quick process to go through!! I hope the follow up physical therapy will help you get stronger with each day.

Let us know how you like your new machine when you get back to it - at least you will be familiar with the manual
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Old 02-17-2013, 10:41 AM
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I'm wild about my 8900!! Everything that was wrong with the 7700 has been fixed leaving the true dream machine.
Get well soon!!
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Do everything that your therapist tells you to do and take your time. Do not dislocate that hip again!!!! Hope the glue holds.
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Old 02-17-2013, 11:09 AM
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Take it easy girl. You will enjoy your new machine more if you are feeling tip top. Congrats on the new machine.
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So sorry to hear of your hip problem. I had one replaced almost 2 years ago and fortunately have had no problems. I feel for you - take care.

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