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Thread: New machine suggestion

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    Aug 2012
    Central Florida

    New machine suggestion

    Hello, I'm new to the whole forum world My Bernina 153 quilting machine got eaten when lightning phyiscally hit my house So, I'm in the market for a new quilting machine and would like the ability to embroider. I have a Deco 330 that has maybe 5 hours on it that I'll be selling or trading in on this new machine. I'm leaning towards staying in the Bernina family because of already having lots of feet and don't want to start over with a new brand. I'd love some suggestions...

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    Super Member Candace's Avatar
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    Jan 2010
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    Go to your dealer and test drive...

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    Senior Member Patti25314's Avatar
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    Jul 2012
    threading a needle or pulling a weed
    Bernina is having a sale! Check out their web site. Also a new line of machines is coming out soon. I bought the 580 last fall, and I absolutely love it! It is considered a baby 830, but it is SO much easier to use. Yes, stay with Bernina. With the sales, they usually offer really good terms depending on how much you spend. Enjoy trying out the new machines.

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    Jun 2010
    I think all of the new machines are good, I think if I were in the market, I would go to BabyLock, only because I have a dealer not that far from me, it is great to shop local. Unless you are in or around a large city that has several sewing machine dealers, then you have more choice. Just my thought. I do like my Quilters Choice BabyLock and would replace it with another one.

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    Super Member calla's Avatar
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    I have a Bernina 230, like it very much. However, for embroidery I like my Vikings.........and the new Bernina that I demo on required new feet so beware...............................

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