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    Re: New Site, has anyone else seen this?

    Remember we all had to start somewhere. Yes it does appear to be a fairly new company, would I order from them? just did. Am I worried? Not at all. Where would Missouri Star be if everyone waited...
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    Re: industrial machines

    Glad you asked about industrial machines. Ok where to start. Industrial machines are just that industrial, they are constructed to endure long hours of piece work with few if any issues and will...
  3. Thread: Juki TL-2010Q

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    Re: Juki TL-2010Q

    We have that machine and it has been trouble free, just works. That is the normal price, if you do a little research you may find it for a little less. Also may I suggest that you also look at the...
  4. Re: I lost all confidence in my confidence quilting machine.

    Singer still markets a few industrial machines but their domestic line has nothing to offer that isn't made from aluminum and plastic. The good old iron Singers were designed to last for decades...
  5. Re: A OH NO, no no no :( - Whew Thank Goodness moment

    Being in IT I can tell you one general rule about computers and drives. There are those that have died and those that will. Backup, Backup, Backup. Rule #1 never back up to the same drive, duh, it...
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    Re: Alternative Compact Machine

    This may sound odd but have you looked at the Singer 99K? When it is in its case it is probably about 20lbs. I find these all the time in various conditions and are great straight stitchers. I...
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    Re: Bag ladies, I need hardware help

    Try goldstartool or maybe atlaslevy
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    Re: Which machine for me?

    Good Afternoon.

    Well from a guys perspective, I am not concerned about being portable and that opens up options. I have a Juki DDL 8700, yes it's only a straight stitch machine but it does that...
  9. Thread: Serger

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    Re: Serger

    I bought a used coverstitch machine, if I remember correctly I think I gave about 400 for the machine and table. It is a Union Special but I don't remember the model number, never had to get any...
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    Re: Janome or Juki Sewing Machine?

    If your main use were to be piecing quilt tops buy an industrial straight stitch machine. They are built much, much better and will work so much better that you cannot believe it until you try one. ...
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    Re: Can I quilt with this thread?

    You can actually make any thread work, it's a matter of preference. Heavier threads will not "pull" down into the fabric as much and appear bolder which can be a good thing. Fine threads can appear...
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    Re: Quilting with Industrial machines

    two more years and I can retire, well at least not travel to this job, I work in IT and product development in the cabinet industry. Spent my early years as a heavy equipment mechanic. We work...
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    Quilting with Industrial machines

    The wife and I have been quilting together for about 10 years, she started much earlier than that but I joined her about 10 years ago. I started with the longarm, or maybe I should say I took it...
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    Hello from the Midwest?

    I guess it's the Midwest. Oh well, thought I would join this forum as I see lots of great topics and besides my wife is always looking at the daily special, opps, did I just give away the fact that...
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