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Old 04-26-2013, 09:21 AM
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I got a Janome MC 7700 QCP. It arrived this past Tuesday and amazes me every day when I sew on it. I got a great price and am financing it over 48 months, can pay off sooner if I want with no problems. I ordered it from SewingMachinesPlus on tax day.
This machine is so so nice with the stitching etc. With 250 stitch selections I am sure I will be able to get super creative now.
I also love the 11 inch throat space, and it is lit up like a runway with lights.
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Old 04-26-2013, 10:32 AM
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Wow! I went to the site to check out the machine and it looks *awesome*! Great financing deal too.
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I just picked up the 8200 last night. Haven't plugged it in yet
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​Congratulations!
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here's the link http://www.sewingmachinesplus.com/ja...h-7700-qcp.php
it sure looks like a terrific machine! enjoy.
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They have several models that do financing, free shipping, NO INTEREST and no tax if you are outside of California.
Thanks, I am really enjoying the machine.
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Congrats!! Awesome machine!!!!
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I think one thing I will do is mark the bobbins with a colored sharpie pen, that way I can tell which go to this machine etc. as a couple of my other machines use the same type of bobbin. The bobbins are slightly different size but still are the plastic ones and can be lost in the shuffle of bobbins.
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