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Thread: A picture of my new Juki 2010

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    Senior Member mshollysd's Avatar
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    I finally got the quilt out long enough to take a picture. She is a wonderful machine and I really love her.
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    She's pretty!!!!!!!!!! Thanks for sharing and have lots of fun with her :)

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    Very nice machine! Like the homemade table. Looks like it would work real nice with a large quilt.

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    Senior Member mshollysd's Avatar
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    My late dad made the table out of 36 wide door, put legs on it, reinforced below with hard wood, and then my DH made the hole and the shelf so my machines can drop down.

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    Nice!

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    Lucky you! Those are awesome machines....been on my wish list for a while. Enjoy!

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    I have the Juki98...she is wonderful
    But, I'm curious...what is the little black button above the reverse and next to the thread cutter?

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    Congrats on your beautiful, new machine!
    Happy quilting ~ :D

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    Nice! I too like the table that you have it in. ;)

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    beautiful indeed! glad you enjoy using it. can't wait to get mine out of storage.

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    Congrats on your new Juki!
    Have fun with her!

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    Oh... lovely! Many happy years of stitching on her.

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    You will love her!! She's a workhorse!

    (Remember she's a lush- likes her oil!)

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    Senior Member mshollysd's Avatar
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    The button above the reverse and next to the thread cutter is my favorite. It is a speed control. I have only had one of those on a lawnmower.LOL. I love it, I can control my speed with my footpedal all the way down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sueisallaboutquilts
    She's pretty!!!!!!!!!! Thanks for sharing and have lots of fun with her :)

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    OH you will LOVE her!! I have the TL98Q.

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    Enjoy her-thanks for sharing her picture.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mshollysd
    The button above the reverse and next to the thread cutter is my favorite. It is a speed control. I have only had one of those on a lawnmower.LOL. I love it, I can control my speed with my footpedal all the way down.
    Speed regulators are great...I have one on my embroidery machine...

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    I love being able to slow down the quilting but keep the pedal all the way down. It tends to even out your stitches because you can get into a rhythm.

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    Pretty machine!

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