Re: 12000 Machine for Sale

Sue Raabe <susies.stitches@...>

I attended the Jenny Haskins 2 day event where we had the chance to try out the 15000.  The differences were things that made it easier for me, but may not make a difference to everyone.  I really like the automatic needle threader; the machine I had before had one, and made it easier for me.  The larger screen and colored icons were helpful as well.  I don't know if it will make a huge difference, but I was the one who was tempted and acted on it.  whatever I did can't be undone, and I accept the responsibility for it. Nobody made me buy it. The 15000 is still in the box, and I'm sure I wouldn't get enough for it if I sold it.  Even though it's brand new, I'm sure people would prefer to buy one from a dealer.  This isn't the first time I've done something impulsively, but this time I'm going to put it behind me instead of stewing over it.  Compared to other things that have happened in my life, this doesn't rate anywhere near the top.  The phrase that's it"s only money" seems to be appropriate at this point.   Right now, getting something for either of them will reduce the monthly payments.  All the replies I got from my original post have definitely helped me put it in perspective,  and the safety suggestions made me realize that I wasn't thinking of everything, since I tend to rush into things without thinking it all through :-)  Reading all your responses made me think, and use this as a sounding board.  I appreciate all your advice.  At last,  I'm finally going to my first lesson (in 3 years) on Friday.   After that, I have Jim and Diane's videos to help me figure things out.  All of you helped me think of everything I need to consider.

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