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Thread: What kind of machines Do you have?

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    I have a Viking Huskylock 936, viking 415 Freesia, and Friday I will have Janome Horizon Memory Craft 7700 QCP. So How many manchines do you have and what kind?

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    You're going to like the 7700 for sure. I have the 11000SE and the 7700, I might be tempted to trade both in for the new 12000 that just came out. However, that would only leave me with one machine and not two. I really like having two even though I hardly use the 11000SE.

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    At last count I had 10. I don't use several of them and need to pass them on.

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    I have a Pfaff 2030 and a Janome 6600. I thought about waiting and getting the 7700 but I decided I didn't want to wait. I love the 6600 though!

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    I sound a little greedy, Janome serger, Janome 3050, Janome 1001, Janome 11000, Avante HQ, feather waight, treddle. I am putting the FW and the treddle up for sale so I can purchase the upgrade for the Janome digitizer. ( know I really do need mental help)
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    Singer 66 hand crank, two Featherweights, one white 221, and one black 222. An old (only decorative) German hand crank, Bernina 1260, Bernina 730E, Brother 10 (first prize for one of my quilts) and an HQ Sweet Sixteen Sit Down.

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    I haave a Pfaff 2134, a Brother Inovios 40, 4 featherweights, one Singer red Eye electric, one Red eye treadle, and one Singer 15.
    I use one or two of the featherweights, the Pfaff and once I get it serviced, I will use the Brother again.

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    I feel like such a slacker! I have 2 featherweights, 1 Singer 127 treadle, 1 Singer 15-91 and a modern Brother Runway.

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    I've got 10 or 11....

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    I have a Singer treadle, Bernina Activa and Bernina 440 Qe. They all have their uses and I use them all regularly.

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    I'm a slacker :lol: I have a Singer 9940, a Singer 5-thread serger, and an older Brother.

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    3 Janomes here and I use all three

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    Two treadles, a White and a Singer, a 1940's Kenmore, a 1960's something Kenmore, a Viking designer I, a Viking SE, aViking Diamond and a 'closet' white serger.

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    I only have the Viking Huskylock 936, #1Plus Viking and a electronic 330 Viking. I have an older Brother serger in the closet and I wish it had another home. I've never liked to thread it so I bought the 936.

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    Janome 4800 and a Singer vs2 treadle

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    I have: Viking Quilt Designer, Singer 401A, Singer Featherweight, and a
    Tailor ( Singer manufactured in Poland).

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    Countrygirls hubby-- A beautiful Janome 532 I'll be making a custom base for.. Stitches beautifully, and zigzags to my beat. Don

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    4 black FW's, 1 white FW, (2) 301's, Singer treadle, 1991 Singer portable, Brother, 1947 Singer in cabinet - that's 10 and I'm wondering if anyone has checked out the new FW 75 listed on Allbrands for $199? If so, any opinions?

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    Two for me - three if you count the one DD has in her possesion but never uses.

    Viking 875 - used for piecing and quilting
    Singer Featherweight - my "take along" machine for piecing
    Kenmore (c. 1976 - don't know the model#) - currently on hiatus with DD

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    So far I am a sewing monogamist. I have a Viking Emerald 118. That is it. I use it for everything and I love it. She is a work-horse and has not given me an ounce of trouble! I understand sewing machines are like tattoos - it is hard to stop with just one. Interestingly enough, I only have one of those too... Hmmmm...

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    Have a 1990's mechanical Kenmore, trusty little thing. Then a 2000 Pfaff 2038 which is serviced more than it sews (sigh), a Viking something- can't remember - not real fancy - to have when the Pfaff was on strike and now - a lovely Pfaff Ambition.

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    I have a Singer Simple and a Singer 1022.

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    Two Berinias, old Kenmore and I would like to have a treadle again for those days the power goes out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by countrycousin
    I would like to have a treadle again for those days the power goes out.
    I've thought about this but how would I sew in the dark? Ours usually goes out at night. :)

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