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    Eversewn Quilters Edition

    Thoughts on the Eversewn Quilters Edition Machine?

    I appreciate your comments!!

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    I bought the Eversewn QE and I have the Eversewn Sparrow 30 that my DD borrowed so I guess it's really hers since she hasn't brought it back. LOL The QE has a 8" throat space and has excellent stitches and features of a high end machine. And no guilt feelings about spending thousands that so many of my friends now regret after sewing on my QE. LOL You have to buy the extension table extra. For the price it's an excellent buy. I bought mine from Amazon from Eversew because it is super easy to return or replace if there was a problem.
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    I'm curious as well. The difference I see that improves this model, in my mind, is the 8" throat over the 6" on the other Sparrows. I wonder if that is enough to do what I need, never more than a queen size.
    *this space for rent*

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    I have the Brother 1500 and the throat space is 8.6 inches from needle. So not much difference. I wish the sewing machines engineers would hire a quilter! We need a domestic machine that is tall from the bed.
    I believe giving what I can will never cause me to be in need.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheshirepat View Post
    I'm curious as well. The difference I see that improves this model, in my mind, is the 8" throat over the 6" on the other Sparrows. I wonder if that is enough to do what I need, never more than a queen size.
    I have a Juki f600 with an 8” harp and have fmq several king size quilts before I got my LA.

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    I bought the Eversewn QE after test sewing on many high end machines at various dealers. I saved a lot of money and have no complaints at all with the Eversewn. I bought it on Amazon Prime from Eversewn. The first one had a scratch on it so I sent it back and was sent a replacement free of all shipping charges. No hassle at all. Took about two minutes to fill out the return online. In fact UPS picked up the return one when the replacement was delivered.

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