Friday, November 23, 2012

Know thy Machine : Post # 27 : Tammie

Today's guest if Tammie from Crafty Tammie


Apart from being a Moda Bake Shop Chef, she has an awesome blog! She also has a wonderful etsy shop where she shares not just her creations, but also her finds!

Hop over to her blog to read about her sewing machine...



Today's question :

What is your dream sewing machine?

Leave a comment with the correct answer ON THIS POST.

Winner will be drawn on Monday 26th November 2012 at 10.00 am IST.

Cheers

27 comments:

  1. I have my dream machine...I just need to know how to use it! A Jonome 12000 horizon.
    hulseybg at gmail dot com

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  2. Any of the three4 700 series Bernina series that has just come out.

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  3. The bernina 830le. If wishes ever came true..

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  4. My dream machine would be a Bernina. I haven't done a lot of research as to which one yet but that is my dream sometime in the next two years.

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  5. I would love the Janome Horizon 12000!

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  6. I'm pretty happy with my Janome 4120 qdc though I've heard a lot of good about the jukis :)

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  7. I am thrilled that I just bought a vintage Singer 15-91, so that has satisfied me for a bit. My dream would be a Bernina that has needle up and needle down (I am not hard to please - ha ha!).

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  8. I just got my Bernina 440 last fall, and I've been dreaming of it for years. I'm pretty satisfied for now!! :)

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  9. I am very happy with my Pfaff Quilt Expression 3.0 (it sure beats the ancient machine I had!)

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  10. I have a Pfaff that is 36 years old. It is great but I would love to have a newer model for quilting. I really have loved the old Pfaff though, it is a sturdy workhorse and has had few repairs in all of the 36 years.
    Thank you for the great blog, I visit here often!

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  11. I don't really know sewing machine models well enough to have a dream one. I'm quite happy with the one that I have, though. Maybe a dream one would include a separate bobbin winder!

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  12. I've not done much research into different sewing machines and which would suit me best, I can't buy one right now, so don't want to tempt myself with them! The Singer I have right now does ok, but I have heard good things about Berninas and Brothers to name just a couple!

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  13. Well, I think that my everyday machine suits me pretty well right now, but after trying out a long arm machine at a quilt expo, I'd definitely love to have a long arm (but I don't know enough to choose which brand I'd like!)

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  14. I have a Husqvarna Emerald now....and I LOOOVE her (call her Emmie)...got her in Feb. 2012....my Hubby is a grrrreat shopper! Would never trade her for anything fancier. (I do have a Phaff that embroiders tho too)

    Thanks for chance to win! :)

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  15. I keep hearing wonderful things about Berninas, and when I see their prices I know that these will truly only be dream machines for me. But it's fun to dream! Thanks for the chance to win!
    ellen(at)myerly(dot)net

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  16. I have a wonderful Janome machine and don't know of a better one that I would want. I also have a mid-arm quilting machine which I might like to upgrade now that there are so many good options out there. I just don't know which one would be my top choice!

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  17. Right now I would say a top of the line Bernina or Baby Lock would be my dream machine. However, there are no stores that sell and service those brands within my county or the adjoining counties. So, my practical top of the line machine from Husq. But what I really would love is a fully decked out computerized / freestyle Gammill long-arm quilting machine. I have this delusion that all I will have to do is load the quilt, pick a pattern and press a button... and out comes instant beauty.

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  18. I think I have my dream sewing machine. I have a Janome 6600, and it does everything I ask of it. I absolutely love it.

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  19. I'm sewing on a Bernina 820, so I shouldn't even have a dream machine. But of course I do. I would love to try the Juki 2010Q and I would dearly love a long arm. We have Gammell dealers locally so I would probably lean that way for the support.

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  20. I'd love a Janome 12000 Horizon! :) It would be nice to have more throat space to quilt in. :)

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  21. I have two Berninas now and LOVE them both but have been dreaming about the 830 since it came out. Sometimes dreams do come true so you gotta keep dreaming!
    wccoble(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  22. My dream is my Viking Diamond machine which was purchased a couple of years ago. Actually, I never dreamed I'd be fortunate to have a machine like the Diamond!!!

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  23. Is it sad that I don't have a dream machine. I don't think I've grown out of mine yet. I guess you can always use more throat space and a stitch regulator. I don't know what else to wish for.

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