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Thread: You CAN set the timing on your machine

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    (Slap my head) Girls....focus on the topic here!
    LOL at Joyce's comment !!!!!!!!!

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    Hardly EVER go back to something I posted myself. Something told me to peek in on this. DANG! Ya'll are a RIOT! A pure RIOT! This is SO neat, what happened with this thread. I love it!

    As for DH's, well...let me brag. Mine is GREAT.

    We're honeymooners. Over 30 years.

    He has all the qualities ya'll have mentioned wanting, plus a few extras. There's proof. Watterstide, (board member) has been here three times to visit. Has even brought other quilters with her. He cooks for us while we quilt. He cleans up while we quilt. He quilts for us afterwards. Yep, wouldn't give him up for anything in the world.

    Let me make this clear. Everyone on this board could combine their stash, and I wouldn't trade him for that. Tell ya anything?

    Here's my opinion. Even if you NEVER hem a pair of jeans, don't even LIKE jeans, keep up the comments. This is hilarious!

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    I tell ya who I miss and she's funny! MARSY...did I spell her name right? So come on out and chat with us, girl!

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    my favorite man in my life is my son. he has all those qualities and more.he is the best husband and father i have ever seen. all of his wife's girlfriends want one like him. me too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2K
    The other manual is a REPAIR Manual. That is the one that is a national secret. (Hey, repairmen have to earn a living too!) This manual tells you how to FIX the machine. You can Google to find a Repair Manual for your specific machine. Usually available for around $10-12. Voila, there's your magic.
    I can find repair manuals for alot of Pfaffs but not for the 2170....but I'll keep looking. Thanks for the suggestion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2K
    The other manual is a REPAIR Manual. That is the one that is a national secret. (Hey, repairmen have to earn a living too!) This manual tells you how to FIX the machine. You can Google to find a Repair Manual for your specific machine. Usually available for around $10-12. Voila, there's your magic.
    I never really thought about this. My hubby is great at fixing just about anything around the house/garage/driveway. I may just have to add my machine to his list. :)

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    I hope mine never reads this thread and decides he can do it - he is a chocolate teapot with tools. Great masseuse tho.

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    Last night I happened on www.sewusa.com and they had lots of info about doing one's own repairs. If your machine isn't listed, it says to let them know, and they will try to get the info.

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    I was divorced for 20 years before I meet my husband and I used to tease my frinds when they tried to find someone for me. I always told them I had a list of qualities that he must have before I would even consider getting serious again. 1. good sense of humor. 2. accept my children/grandchildren as if they were his. 3. didnt need to put a bag over his head when we went to bed at night. and 4. He must be able to support me in the lfestyle that I would like to be accustomed to. I got 3 out of 4 so who could ask for more that. Beside ye gads who wants more than one of them around sometimes even that one is more than i can handle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharon321
    EVery women needs multiple husbands:
    1) The man who makes lots of money.
    2) The man with good "bedroom" skills.
    3) The man who can fix anything.
    4) The man who likes to travel and shop.

    Preferrably all at the same time but that would wear me out. Guess I will stick with what I have.
    And hopefully they never meet one another!!! :lol:

    Patti

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    I GIVE UP!!
    You bet'ch hope they never meet up....it'll be a WW3 !!
    Mine works, tune me up fine, great with mechanical things, and when I let him,,,will fix dinner.THERE, i broke down and got off topic! LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joyce
    Me thinks we need to clone Billy.
    I'll take one

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patched
    My sewing repair man comes to my house. I've probably used him 15 plus years and he usually has my machine(sewing, embroidery, serger and long arm) fixed in 30 minutes or less. Only one time did he have to take my machine and then just for overnight. Also very reasonable on price, never paid more than $60.00
    Where did you say you lived? Mayberry?

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    Thank you for the information. God bless. Penny

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    Quote Originally Posted by mjsylvstr
    Quote Originally Posted by Lostn51
    Quote Originally Posted by DJ
    AND COOKS!
    Oh I do love to cook also.......and go to the Grocery store!

    Billy
    and you quilt and fix machines....what more could a woman ask.....mine fixes my machine but doesn't quilt..but he is making me wooden quilts......which adorn the outside of our home.
    so I guess that I will keep him !!!!!!!!!

    mj
    That "quilt" has perfect points!! He is a definite "keeper"!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lostn51
    Quote Originally Posted by Twilliebee
    The cooking sealed it for me. (Actually a DH who was occasionally home would be a bonus in itself!) Let's get scientific and see about cloning Billy. What do you think, Billy? Willing to donate a little DNA in a good cause? LOL
    And MJ I love the wooden quilts. What a great idea.
    I might be on the market after I take this trip the month of September if you go to my PDA and look at page 23 you will see what I am talking about.

    Hmmmm I guess we could hold a raffle or auction....

    Billy
    Billy, what is a PDA and how will we access the info when you get back? :D

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