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« on: April 09, 2009 08:35:13 AM »


It's time to upgrade my 100 machine bought when I first started sewing 5 years ago. It's not that the actual machine isn't working but now I feel missing something (even if I don't know what) and have some money to spend (yay!).
So I started to look around for an electronical machine, which has low shank or snap on feet (to fit with the ones I already have) and that could make my sewing life more easy.
I usually sew clothes from storebought patterns or modify and reconstruct old shirts.
After some search online I spotted the Singer Curvy 8770.
Anyone tried it? Comments?
Other suggestions?

Thanks a lot!!

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« Reply #1 on: May 02, 2009 06:25:08 PM »

Ok, I have a Singer Curvy but it's the 9763 model.  In fact, I won it from the Burdastyle website last Christmas! Cheesy  I absolutely adore it!  It's as "macho" as my Brother XL 6452, that sews through layers of fabrics like buttah.  I've not tried this model but if it's anything like my Curvy, it would be a dream to have!

Good luck!

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« Reply #2 on: May 06, 2009 07:36:47 AM »

I highly recommend looking at the Janome models, snap on feet and very well made.  Look at lots of machines and go sew on some in stores before you decide.  An electronic machine is expensive and you want to be very sure you are happy with it and your dealer.

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