Inspiring Quilters, Stitch by Stitch
i am in the market for a new sewing machine that i am hoping will be ''the one'' i have been considering a janome 6600p because all i am interested in is peicing and home quilting. this machine seems to fit the bill for what i need. i am not interested in spending 8000. or even 5000.00 for a machine that has features i will not use half of .i would be willing to spend extra if the machine were out of this world. i just want a good machine, with a deep roomy throat to quilt in. if you have one of these i would love your input or if you have another brand that you love dearly and use it mostly for peicing and quilting at home then please so say so. i trust the input of quilters who actually use the machines more than the manufacterers who are trying to sell them ...your opinions mean a lot to me.....
janome mc6600p . and it's awesome. it does everything i need and was not over -board on the pricing.
that's my baby, I wouldn't trade it for any thing, I just love it, I also have the 12000, which is going to take me pprobably a few years to figure that out, enjoy it.
THANK YOU I SHALL DO THAT. :)
Thank goodness you are getting rain. We finally got some this week as well. It is sad when a 93 degree day feels cool outside. I'm tryng to get motivated to finish my hanky quilt. It is on the quilt frame finally. It has been so hot I just haven't been in the mood. I'll take pictures when I get it finished. It is quite interesting, albeit beautiful.
i know what you mean, i am trying desperately to finish a hand quilted queen size quilt that i have been working on for three years. but it's very hard with the heat and it laying on top of me.
on the other hand, i am working on a blooming nine patch on my new machine and it's looking really nice. :)