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March 23, 2015


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Yay! Congratulations! I had considered buying a mid-arm quilting machine, and I definitely checked out your " Rosebud", but the price was a little steep for me. I will be looking forward to you sharing your experiences on your Sweet 16 with me... Err, with us!

Carol Wood

HI Angie, I followed your link & subscribed to read all about your other hobbies, joys, etc! Finding you is like a ray of sunshine!!! We have much in common. I thoroughly enjoy sewing, baking - AND Craftsy! I almost bought a Sweet 16 (still considering...) - price is an issue. Cost is $6-7k here in Australia - yikes! I really enjoy your videos, blog, great ideas and useful tips. Hope we can exchange lots more ideas, recipes, etc. via email (?). cheers, Carol Wood carolfromoz@bigpond.com


Congratulations! Wish I had the room and money for one of those. Maybe in the future. Until then, I'll live vicariously through you. lol


Nice! So you sit in front of the end of the arm and move the quilt, right? Or do you sit as with a normal machine. I thought that you moved the machine head but now I think it's stationary, right?

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