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« Reply #10 on: September 30, 2008 12:49:08 PM »

Thanks for all of the recommendations!  If you know anyone who has and loves their Imagine, please let me know.  I tried IMing someone who posted about hers a while back, but never heard anything.

i have a babylock imagine and i cannot BEGIN to sing it's praises. i bought it a little less than a year ago and use it almost daily. i'd been sewing on a cheapie singer serger for a couple of years, trying to figure out the entire threading/tension deal (which i never completely got the hang of), and it eventually got to the point where i never changed the thread and ended up sewing black on white and so forth.

the imagine is neat because of the self-threading, and the self-tension, and the stitches are just beautiful. it's really easy to change stitches, too, say from a 3 thread rolled hem to a 4 thread overlock. it's a really expensive machine, but definitely worth the money. just like a sewing machine - you get what you pay for. definitely get you one - you won't be disappointed!

Yes...I do believe I need to own this serger.

By the way, I love your stuff!  When I saw your post here I was like "that avatar looks familiar..." and I looked at your topics started and was like "Oh yeah!  She's great!"  Haha.

aw, thank you!
THE BABYLOCK WILL GIVE YOU MAGICAL POWERS. or, at the very least, pretty stitches  Wink
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« Reply #11 on: July 03, 2012 08:43:50 PM »

Babylock 097 Model, FionasMom.... I tried to send you a personal message.
I have a Babylock 097 with no manual and an old Singer 4 thread Ultralock U 34 Serger whose manual got dropped in water Sad  Not a good situation for me.
Anyone have opinions on which of these machines is a better one?
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