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    Missouri Star

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    Default Re: which long arm quilting machine to buy?

    Quote Originally Posted by Sandy Navas View Post
    Don't tell anyone I said this, but avoid Husqvarna . . .
    Well now you've got us curious. More information, please.

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    Applique Angel

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    Default Re: which long arm quilting machine to buy?

    I don't know anything about the Husqvarna quilting machine, but I have 3 Husqvarnas -- a Sapphire 850 for regular sewing, an SE and a Diamond for sewing and machine embroidery -- and I love all of them. Never had any trouble with either one.

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    Jean...I played with an Innova today at the IHQF...oh my, my, my! Can you say...smooth sailing! Loved it!

    Quote Originally Posted by Jean Sewing Machine View Post
    Are you going to get a computer guided machine or hand guided?! I think that is the great equalizer in choices. The computer guided ( statler Stitcher on Gammill, crown Jewel BabyLock) MAJOR MONEY! I am going from an entry level Tin Lizzie clone ( Pfaff ) to possibly jumping up to the stratosphere of computer guided machines, and I have looked at those two machines. Can't say I've sern any more models than those two. Going to look at Innovis before deciding for sure.
    LIVE well, LAUGH often, LOVE much

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    Applique Angel

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    Default Re: which long arm quilting machine to buy?

    I Too have 3 Husqvarnas the designer se, the sapphire 850, and the Ruby none of them have ever given me any problems, I now own a Pfaff longarm with the computer, I was told Pfaff and Husqvarna is now made by the same company. I have had it over a year and no problems. My dealer is wonderful, with lifetime classes or I can call anytime if I have aproblem. Service is one of my top priorities in buying a machine.

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