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    New Family Member

    Brother cs600i computerized. Upgraded from a sears kenmore.
    http://www.brother-usa.com/homesewin...i#.T7jUFlI4SSo
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    congrats-have lots of fun
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    How exciting! Happy quilting!
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    I have this machine and really like it.
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    I've got this machine...love it. For the price it's a true bargain. It gets pretty good ratings from other users online. I have found the throat too small for free motion, so I'm fixing up a vinatage Singer that has more room for FMQ. But for stitching my Brother does a very nice job...button holes are really easy too, and the special stitches generally do well. Enjoy!

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    Nice looking machine, I'm sure you will enjoy it.
    Another Phyllis
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    Brother, that is sure to inspire you. Congrats. Thanks for sharing.
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    wouaouuuuuuuuu happy quilting
    See you soon
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    Nice machine, my BIL girlfriend has one and she loves it

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    Does happy dance for vic!! Enjoy your new machine
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    You will love this machine. For the price it is full of features, including the one I love the most...automatic needle threading...and just sews and sews and sews! I recently upgraded to a Brother Innovis 1250D with embroidery feature but kept my 6000i because its such a good machine. Enjoy. Good choice.
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    I'm so happy for you. It's always such a treat to get a new machine. I think I'll go & see this machine at some shop, so I know what this is all about. I have a Janome, I really like, but I still always like to see what's all out there.

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    That is nice. Enjoying sewing with it.

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    I have the same machine, too, and really do like it. I have had it about a year now, and use it almost more than my main Pfaff 7570, which I love. I do love the buttonholes on the Brother, they are so easy. Hope you enjoy it ass much as I do.

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    This is exactly what I gave my next door neighbor surrogate granddaughter for her First Holy Communion gift. She's been learning to sew on my Elna since she was 6 and caught "The Sewing Bug". It's a great machine and she loves all of those stitches.

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    How reliable is this machine? I have found a place I can bid on one of these. I wasn't sure about the reliability of 'em.
    Bev
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    I have this machine going on 7 years and I LOVE it. Of all my machines this is my favorite.

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