[HNW] embroidery machines

Carolyn Kayta Barrows kayta at frys.com
Wed Jan 2 02:57:51 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.

>That's what the lessons are *for*, to teach you to
>embroider from those disks without breaking a $5000
>piece of equipment.  People already have figured out
>how to use her machine, and will be happy to show
>her... they're called "teachers".  Sheesh.  Wish I had
>her toys.

This is the Silicon Valley, and there are a lot of trendy tech toys around
here.  Her husband buys them for himself, for his kids, and for his beloved

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