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Thread: Quick--New Home My Excel 4018

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    Super Member raptureready's Avatar
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    Does anyone know anything about these machines?
    Is it worth $25? I've got a chance to get one but I need to leave within 1/2 hr to get it. It's 10:37 central here so around 11am I'll be leaving.

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    I hope you get it.

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    Just found this ... did you get it ?

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    I got it but since I just bought a Brother two weeks ago I'm not bringing it into the house until DH is asleep. Tomorrow morning will probably be a good time. I'm hoping it's a good one. It looks like a pretty simple little machine. I also bought a BUNCH of fabric at the local Goodwill for 72 cents a yard. How in the world did they come up with that price???? I bought about 15 yards. Some of it's not real pretty but I think it will work up nicely or be great in a utility quilt. You know what? He's in the basement right now, maybe I can.... Man, I'm good! It's upstairs so I'll get to try it later tonight. I didn't really need it, I've got at least 15 portables but sometimes I give them away to the ladies and young girls in my church and neighborhood. I just like to clean, oil and try out something different.

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    If it was only $25 you got a fantastic bargin. Flaunt it!!!

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    Thanks--you never can tell, I just might. Not much of anything else left to "flaunt" these days. LOL Gravity, age and a tremendous amount of sagging took care of that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raptureready
    Thanks--you never can tell, I just might. Not much of anything else left to "flaunt" these days. LOL Gravity, age and a tremendous amount of sagging took care of that.
    With the new machine you can nip a little here and tuck a little there. Maybe even take dart somewhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sewgull
    Quote Originally Posted by raptureready
    Thanks--you never can tell, I just might. Not much of anything else left to "flaunt" these days. LOL Gravity, age and a tremendous amount of sagging took care of that.
    With the new machine you can nip a little here and tuck a little there. Maybe even take dart somewhere.
    When I went in to be filleted a few years ago I asked the doc to throw in a tummy tuck while he was cutting but he didn't do it.

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