[Summit] Sewing Machine Purchase advice
adiff11 at gmail.com
Tue Feb 24 06:46:43 CST 2015
I bought a Janome machine at Blaine in Cranston. It's plenty versatile and
sturdy for my modest use. Read online reviews and ratings.... I also
recommend you visit Blaine and try out different machines. They also sell
reconditioned used machines. Sewing machines are exclusively what they sell
On Feb 24, 2015 12:47 AM, "Breslers" <breslerfamily at gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear Folks Who Sew-
> I have reached the end of my rope with breaking machines and think I will
> buy a new one. I have two apparently needing repairs (Old Singer & a
> Fleetwood) and that could easily cost more than a new machine. Plus the
> wonderful repair person I used has retired.
> So... please tell me what machine you sew on- and has it been dependable?
> And please tell me if there is anything you think I definitely should NOT
> i.e. I have heard Singer's are now junk.
> I know I want a sturdy machine, for straight stitches & zig zag for
> stretch- don't really care about anything else. Simpler is less to break-
> in my book.
> Thank you
> Mrs B
> FISHEL BRESLER'S KLEZMER & HASSIDIC MUSIC -
> *funded in part by a Folk Arts Fellowship grant from the RI State Council
> on the Arts*.
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