[HNW] embroidery machines

Carolyn Kayta Barrows kayta at frys.com
Tue Jan 1 14:47:40 PST 2002


I think it did come with lessons as an option.  But she's not much of a
sewer/costumer.  She just wanted it (a) for a cool toy, and (b) to do
embroidery from those disks.  But once someone figures out how to use it,
then shows her how, she may end up doing something more creative with it.

>Did it not come with lessons?  I'm sure that if she
>cares to look, she can find a sewing machine shop with
>lessons.  My apprentice sister has a Husqvarna
>embroidery macine that does buttonhole after
>buttonhole with no intervention on her part -- great
>for those cotehardies with tons of buttons.  Hers came
>with lessons *and* a video.  Lord knows I'd need both!
>
>Tasha
>official household button-sewer-onner
>
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