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so which one would you buy?

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mothersmilkandherchickenseggs Mon 20-Jun-11 11:59:09

after tooo much research and not realy knowing a great deal about it i have wittled it down to two. I'd like to do a variety of things with the machine from crafty arty bits too cloths and soft furnishings i did textiles and fashion at college but ended up specialising in fine art so i have a basic but very old knowlage of the subject. i want something thats not to fancy but one im unlikly to outgrow iyswim. I would like to buy one today as iv procrastinated for too long now can someone please give me opinions on these machines many many thanks

1-www.sewingmachinediscount.co.uk/sewing-machines/janome/cs1000-delivery-after-12-6-2011/9309-c59-v0.htm
2-www.sewingmachinediscount.co.uk/most-popular/viking-husqvarna/e20/9158-c160-v0.htm

trumpton Mon 20-Jun-11 12:17:19

The Husquarna does not mention one step button holes. It's the only thing I dont like about my machine. I prefer a "boot" to put on the presser foot so all button holes are the same. The machine I have has a sliding "boot" and is difficult to check the size on.

mothersmilkandherchickenseggs Mon 20-Jun-11 12:30:18

confused

mothersmilkandherchickenseggs Mon 20-Jun-11 13:29:03

ah ha iv just purchased this www.sewingmachinediscount.co.uk/most-popular/viking-husqvarna/e20/9158-c160-v0.htm
im grinning from ear to ear it will be with tomorrow! yay!

mothersmilkandherchickenseggs Mon 20-Jun-11 13:30:04

sorry wrong one this sewingworld.co.uk/Janome_J3-20_Sewing_Machines.html

trumpton Mon 20-Jun-11 15:38:48

YAY! looks lovely. Happy sewing.

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