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Thread: New Machines - SO EXCITED

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    Quote Originally Posted by purplefiend
    Quote Originally Posted by drgranny
    you will love those machines! I had eyelid surgery 12 yrs ago and now one eyelid droops worse than it did. I was not happy with my surgery so I wouldn't even think of doing any more to my face!If I had it to do over....NOPE! Bye the way, I am a new member from Texas
    Hi drgranny,
    Hello from another Texan! I'm near Austin. Where are you?
    Sharon W.
    Hey Sharon...I'm formally from Victoria :)

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    Smart decision!!! Have fun!!!

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    I have had this machine almost a year now and love it be sure to get lesson it can do so much almost magical would take it over a face lift any day

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    Congrats!

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    I think you made the perfect choice. Just think how much fun you are going to have - post some pictures of your new setup - congratulations

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    Going under the knife or DSM's ???? Hmmm. You made the right choice. HAve a great deal of fun.

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    YEAH.......good for you!!Enjoy.......

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    You have every right to be super excited. Happy Sewing!!!

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    have fun.

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    Smart move and now that you have the machines, you can make yourself a chin strap to save on the face lift that never happened :wink:

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    Woo Hoo! I am so excited and happy for you :D:D:D

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    i am excited for you as well and bravo to you for not electing to have that surgery done..be proud of who you are ..and congrats on that lovely machine..

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    Congrats on the new machines! You will have years and years of fun with them! :)

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    Good choice! As for the drooping, I figure I've earned every age-related wrinkle, droop, bulge, blob, sag, etc. Why subject yourself to surgery and the associated risks when you are perfect already?

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    [quote=catrancher]Good choice! As for the drooping, I figure I've earned every age-related wrinkle, droop, bulge, blob, sag, etc. Why subject yourself to surgery and the associated risks when you are perfect already.

    I totally agree with catrancher.....and Congratulations!

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    I am 13 miles SE of Lubbock in Slaton. I have a daughter in Taylor. She sews but doesn't quilt. linda

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    Hooorayy for you.....the machines sound like so much more fun and lotsssss less pain than a facelift....you'll be smiling all the time with your new toys!

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    Quote Originally Posted by drgranny
    you will love those machines! I had eyelid surgery 12 yrs ago and now one eyelid droops worse than it did. I was not happy with my surgery so I wouldn't even think of doing any more to my face!If I had it to do over....NOPE! Bye the way, I am a new member from Texas
    Welcome drgranny, I'm new this month also. I love it and you will to.

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    I am a loyal Janome girl so I agree that you have made the best decision. Go ahead and enjoy the serger too! Threading it may be a learning curve, but using it is delightful.
    Another newbie, in Ontario, Canada

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    Good choice, I love Janome, sounds like you made a good deal.
    enjoy it.

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    I lost my husband last December 21, 2 days after or 50th wedding annivesary.
    June of last year he bought me the Babylock Quest, March of this year I bought the Babylock Elegante 2 and now I just bought the Evolution Serger same deal, except no 10 year service. I haven't used my either waiting for classes. My daughter keeps teasing me that I am spending her inheritance. I told her the only thing she is getting is the house and my insurance policys. She just laughs and shakes her head and says you go for it Mom

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    Quote Originally Posted by tjradj
    I am a loyal Janome girl so I agree that you have made the best decision. Go ahead and enjoy the serger too! Threading it may be a learning curve, but using it is delightful.
    Another newbie, in Ontario, Canada
    Welcome to you as well. My daughter is not in NY state right at the Canadian border. Hope to visit next summer and go to Canada for my first time.
    Gail

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    Woo Hoo! The machines will give you lots more fun that a face lift! It's what you are on the inside that counts, not the outside!

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    I am happy for you and again you made the best decision. I'm also jealous. I am still sewing on my 1974 Elna and I would not trade it in for anything. But I have been dreaming of an embrodiary maching and a serger since I now have my first great-gramdson.
    Gail

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    Awesome. The machines will last way longer than a facelift anyway.

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