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Thank you to all who participated in the poll on coverstitch and blind hemmer machines. Your comments were appreciated as well.

The Babylock Coverstitch received this highest votes. What I read about this machine has been positive. The frustrating part for me about buying either machine is that both local dealers of Babylock and Janome do not have a coverstitch machine in house for me to try before I buy. I recognize that perhaps these machines are not the top sellers but wouldn't you have one in house to let people test out???

Well, still undecided about what I will do. Again thank you for participating and responding.

Since returning to work, no sewing going on here. Tomorrow I travel to Richmond, VA for business, staying overnight for AM meeting on Friday and returning home Friday evening. So sewing is on back burner for the moment. Later..........

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  1. Is there a dealer in Richmond that might have a coverstitch to check out? I am not familiar with your area, but I know in the Portland area I have a couple of different dealers to choose from. At least then you would know and could order one through your dealer. Mary

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  2. Good luck choosing a machine! I know nothing about this kind of machine, but I do have a Babylock embroidery and sewing machine and I love it.

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  3. My dealer didn't have one in store either... but he discounted it for me and ofcourse told me if I didn't like it just return in 30!

    But believe me.. you will not want to return it!

    I am making my husband a denim jacket and its a great time saver on all the topstitching!

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  4. Since you haven't decided, I'll make my vote for the Bernina Coverstitch Machine. I bought it a couple of months ago. It is easy to thread and sews like a dream. What a time saver for professinal looking work!! I couldn't test it first, but had a good discount and the option to return. That would never happen! As with sewing machines, the best brand is the best dealer with the best service. My dealer is super. I don't have a blind hemmer and am not sure I want one (prefer to buy fabric!).

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  5. If you're coming up to the Poconos during the holiday season, test drive the Babylock and/or Coverpro at the Pocono dealer :) ! And then we can do coffee and lunch afterwards downtown.

    Awaiting the finished dress pics...

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