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« on: June 29, 2007 07:39:34 AM »

I'm thinking of buying a serger sometime during the summer - I want to try making clothes etc. What would you guys recommend? I was looking at the one in the Sears catalogue - it's a Kenmore; 349.99.  Is Kenmore a good brand? I don't want to buy one that breaks all the time etc.  Theres also a store near where I live that has a lot of Janome stuff; they have more choices than the Sears catalouge.  Does anyone have any recommendations for me?
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