Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Quilting Machines

I had a very interesting conversation today with a dealer that sells longarm quilting machines.  He said that it usually takes a person a couple of years to decide which machine to buy.  Not to buy one, but which machine itself.  I told him that was not how Veronica bought her machine.  Her best friend bought one and Veronica came home and told her husband, "Honey, Mary bought a Gammill, I want one."  So guess what, he told her to call and order her machine, and she did.  She had that machine for 11 years and then sold it because she needed the space.  She has been looking off and on because she keeps making those tops and the pile is growing.  She thought she might get another Gammill, just because that's what she had.  Then one of her dear friends bought a machine and it was an Innova.  So she told her husband, "Honey, I want one."   Then she told him, no not really, I don't have anywhere to put it.  Then another friend told her she wanted...

This is trouble with friends, we love them, but we want what they have, especially if it's a great big bright shiny new longarm machine.  Well, guess what, she got one, no not a Gammill or the Innova, she got an artistic 18-8 DX.  She had never seen them, never heard of it, but that doggone Scott from Citrus Sew and Vac ordered it for her.  She just said, how much, here's my credit card number and that was that.  All because her really good friend said, you need it!  So here's the best part, the machine was put together in another friends house (she doesn't live there), it's a long story, but has Veronica even seen it?  No, not at all.  She and her other friend Suzy have a date to go "look" at the machine on Thursday.  That Veronica and her friends.  We'll get pictures on Thursday  and show you that big, bright, shiny new longarm quilting machine.  What would you do without friends???????????????        

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