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« on: November 04, 2009 08:47:53 AM »

Hello, I'm new here but I'm without a sewing machine. I briefly skimmed spottedfrog's advice and I really want to get the right or best sewing machine for me, but I'm not sure about shopping with EBay or anything like that. Does anyone know of any sewing machine shops in Boston? It might be best if I could go and check out the machines and talk with a salesperson.

If you know of any resources in the Boston area I would greatly appreciate a heads up.

Thanks in advance 
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« Reply #1 on: February 18, 2010 11:48:08 AM »

I got mine from a teeeeensy little shop in Porter Square....I think it's on the corner of Elm and Cedar...I may be wrong, but it's right in the heart of Porter Square.
I just bought my Janome from them....they are AMAZING and the most adorable older lady that works there is patient and will let you test drive anything as long as you want!!!
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« Reply #2 on: September 21, 2012 01:04:09 PM »

I got mine from a teeeeensy little shop in Porter Square....I think it's on the corner of Elm and Cedar...I may be wrong, but it's right in the heart of Porter Square.
I just bought my Janome from them....they are AMAZING and the most adorable older lady that works there is patient and will let you test drive anything as long as you want!!!


I know I'm way late on this but thank you so much! I think I saw them on Yelp but I will look into it. Thanks again Smiley
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