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    I gave my Babylock 8 thread away, because someone needed it more than me. Well that changed. lol. I don't want the expense of another Babylock and only need 3-4 threads. I had a singer centuries ago and rather stay away from those. Any online suggestions?
    Lorie
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    A lot of people start out with the Brother 1034D. It is a 3/4 thred serger, pretty basic, fairly easy to thread and there are a lot of learning and trouble shooting videos on You Tube, There is even a suppport group on Facebook for it. It is about $155 on Amazon. I think Walmart sells them too
    Last edited by K. McEuen; March 6th, 2020, 03:52 PM.
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      Originally posted by K. McEuen View Post
      A lot of people start out with the Brother 1034D. It is a 3/4 thred serger, pretty basic, fairly easy to thread and there are a pt of learning and trouble shooting videos on You Tube, There is even a suppport group on Facebook for it. It is about $155 on Amazon. I think Walmart sells them too
      I was looking at that one and it's on sale for $153. $250 on Sewing machines plus. I really just need it for a long hem for the dress I got for dds wedding. And... I lost 30lbs this past year πŸ€Έβ€β™€οΈ There are some things I might be able to alter.
      Lorie
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      • auntstuff
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        Yay for the 30 lb. Still trying to move 20.

      • K. McEuen
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        Just a thought, if you only need it for a hem, can you just borrow your Babylock from who you gave it to?

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      Thanks auntstuff 😊You can do it!

      Karen I had a second reason why I wanted one.πŸ€Έβ€β™€οΈ
      Lorie
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        Love my Brother. I use it a lot to trim my quilt sandwich and that makes it easier when I attach my binding. I like the way the binding lays flat. Also use it for dressmaking and before hemming. Easy to use and like K. McEuen said there are lots of YouTube videos, too.
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