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Old 10-25-2011, 05:51 PM
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What kind of sewing machine do you have?
What kind would you like to have?
Who can actually afford to buy the ones that are over $3000.00?
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Bernina 150QE and Bernina Series 8 830.
Have the mahcines I want.
Used Bernina's same as cash financing. I'm worth it.

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Old 10-25-2011, 05:56 PM
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What kind of sewing machine do you have?
What kind would you like to have?
Who can actually afford to buy the ones that are over $3000.00?
I have a Memory Craft 8000 and all the embroidery cards for it.
I also have a vintage portable sewmor- which I am looking for a manual for.
I have a Jamome industrial-for cloth sewing only.
I have a vintage portable White-also needing a manual.
2 sergers- a toyota and a kenmore
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#1 Plus Viking
330 Viking
I have what I can afford, would love to have newer Vikings and an embroidery machine.
Can't afford the Diamond, Topaz or any of those and probably wouldn't spend that kind of money, however if someone wanted to give me one
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What kind of sewing machine do you have?
What kind would you like to have?
Who can actually afford to buy the ones that are over $3000.00?
I have a Memory Craft 8000 and all the embroidery cards for it.
I also have a vintage portable sewmor- which I am looking for a manual for.
I have a Jamome industrial-for cloth sewing only.
I have a vintage portable White-also needing a manual.
2 sergers- a toyota and a kenmore
I also want the Memory craft 12000 or the Bernina 800.
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Old 10-25-2011, 05:58 PM
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I can't afford the expensive machines...right now I'm saving my pennies for an embroidery machine, but I can't afford and expensive embroidery machine either! :lol:

I have a lot of machines, but really, except for the midarm, have not paid much for any of them.
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viking quilter 2, love it.
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I can't afford the long-arm or embroidery machines that I would really like to have, but I have a ton of machines and I love them all.

They keep me company and I'm never bored. :)
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Old 10-25-2011, 06:00 PM
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I think the Bernina 830 is the one I want, you have a used one? Where did you find a used one?
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I have a Viking Emerald 118
I would like a Viking with Embroidery features (not sure which one exactly, haven't even bothered to look) but would also be willing to look at Janome, Bernina and Pfaff models
Haven't looked, don't even have $100 to spend right now, much less over 3k!
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