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Old 05-13-2008, 11:32 PM   #6
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Hoo boy, I'm probably the last person to ask. I use a Sears Kenmore machine which I got 20 years ago for Christmas. It lacks all the bells, whistles and fancy stitches that you can get nowadays. I'll probably keep using mine until it dies. I just can't bring myself to buy a new machine when the one I have works just fine. A gazillion cool stitches aren't enough enticement.

I had a serger for a while. Hated it.

If you are shopping for a new machine, you may want to actually try out some different models at your local fabric store. Nothing beats a hands-on trial. This is not so important if you are buying a basic machine but definitely worth considering before pouring $$$ into a more complex animal. Good luck!
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