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Re: How do I order DVD?

cherylerae
 

--- In janome12000@..., "Jim_Stutsman" <jim@...> wrote:

One of the problems with mailing lists like this one is that there is
no easy way for new members to "catch up" on the information already
posted. There are now nearly 5,000 messages to wade through, and I don't
know anyone with that much free time! The DVD in question is an
interactive one that Diane and I made on the settings and sewing
applications of the 12000. It's menu driven, with extensive video
material. Volume 1 is for the sewing functions of the 12000. Volume 2,
currently in development, will focus on embroidery and software. Details
and a sample video can be found here:
http://www.onlinesewing.com/12kvideo
Members of this list can get a discounted price by ordering here:
http://www.onlinesewing.com/yahoo12k

Next month we will be offering the DVD to dealers. At that time the
price will increase by $10 and the Yahoo group special will go away.
Thanks for your interest!

--- In janome12000@..., "cherylerae" cherylerae@ wrote:

I am new to this board and am hearing all about this great DVD. How
do I order it? Is there an order blank somewhere?


I found the information and have the ordered processed! My dealer here
in Michigan says it is excellent and can't wait to receive it!


scant 1/4 seam

cissie0306 <no_reply@...>
 

Hello all,

maybe this topic is already been discussed in the group but I can't sew a scant 1/4 seam with the standard foot (O) but I can with the Accufeed foot. When I move the needle all to the right I still can't sew a scant 1/4 seam with the standard foot. Any tips are welcome.

By the way Jim, love the dvd is has arrived in The Netherlands.

Regards,
Francisca


Re: DVD

Jim_Stutsman <jim@...>
 

The blue dot bobbin case from the 6600 should be compatible with the 12000, but I doubt you will need it. The 12000 is a dream for quilting.

--- In janome12000@..., "mc11000jes" <joan.e.smith@...> wrote:

Thanks Jim. Have downloaded the file and am now searching for the manual for the 6600. I "cleaned up" when I moved into the new sewing room and am still searching for those things that I thought I wouldn't need for a while. Bad move. I even found the manual for the 2100 which I wore out many years ago, and of course now a charity group has put out a plea in case any of us still have it. Um, its here somewhere - and they can have it if I can ever find it again. Just at this moment would prefer to find my manual for the 6600 but have found other manuals for gadgets and machines that have gone to the big repairshop in the sky many years ago.

If I can't find it will have to resort to using the 7700 instead - at least I have the manual with it, think I also have a digital manual for it as well on my IPad so that might work.

I'm more used to wearing my machines out then selling them but starting to wonder if I can wear out my trusty old 6600.

The candlewicking/french knots that I will be doing is part of the Stitchers Garden quilt and am trying to use a minimum of at least 3 new stitches per block but as it is a lot of applique then is getting harder to find more new edge stitches as I go. We don't use the embroidery hoops instead it is learning how to use your feet and the other side of our machines. Last month I used the bottonhole foot and stitch for the first time as well as bobbin work on the individual block border (used the 6600 as I had a spare bobbin case for that which I had used before - query will the extra bobbin cases fit the 12000? I have the one for bobbinwork plus one with a blue dot or should I just accept them as part of the 6600/7700?) This month I will be doing a border on 2 blocks of french knots in gold metalic thread - not my favourite thread but find will try (can you hear the gritted teeth from here). Will have to the March block in a catch up after I get back from Cowra though.

Thanks

Joan
Newcstle Australia


Re: DVD

mc11000jes <joan.e.smith@...>
 

Thanks Jim. Have downloaded the file and am now searching for the manual for the 6600. I "cleaned up" when I moved into the new sewing room and am still searching for those things that I thought I wouldn't need for a while. Bad move. I even found the manual for the 2100 which I wore out many years ago, and of course now a charity group has put out a plea in case any of us still have it. Um, its here somewhere - and they can have it if I can ever find it again. Just at this moment would prefer to find my manual for the 6600 but have found other manuals for gadgets and machines that have gone to the big repairshop in the sky many years ago.

If I can't find it will have to resort to using the 7700 instead - at least I have the manual with it, think I also have a digital manual for it as well on my IPad so that might work.

I'm more used to wearing my machines out then selling them but starting to wonder if I can wear out my trusty old 6600.

The candlewicking/french knots that I will be doing is part of the Stitchers Garden quilt and am trying to use a minimum of at least 3 new stitches per block but as it is a lot of applique then is getting harder to find more new edge stitches as I go. We don't use the embroidery hoops instead it is learning how to use your feet and the other side of our machines. Last month I used the bottonhole foot and stitch for the first time as well as bobbin work on the individual block border (used the 6600 as I had a spare bobbin case for that which I had used before - query will the extra bobbin cases fit the 12000? I have the one for bobbinwork plus one with a blue dot or should I just accept them as part of the 6600/7700?) This month I will be doing a border on 2 blocks of french knots in gold metalic thread - not my favourite thread but find will try (can you hear the gritted teeth from here). Will have to the March block in a catch up after I get back from Cowra though.

Thanks

Joan
Newcstle Australia

--- In janome12000@..., "Jim_Stutsman" <jim@...> wrote:

Sparky doesn't like cold weather, and when he found out that it's summer down under he begged to take your shipment. He's not back yet, but we did get a postcard of him surrounded by girls in bikinis on Bondi Beach: "Having a blast, surfing is great, see you in May!" Apparently he's forgotten that he is a "working" dog, so we have begun taking applications. I've asked a 3-toed sloth from the next street over to come in for an interview, and he said he'd come right in. No sign of him yet, but Darrel (our search duck) says he's expected by the middle of next month.

Candlewicking is a stitch in Digitizer MBX, if you want to do it in embroidery, but as a stitch we did it as a French Knot. Diane spent a fair amount of time working this out back on the Memory Craft 10000, which was the first machine to have it as a stitch. I've uploaded our writeup on it to the Files section as "French Knot.pdf". As noted, you will want to use the larger of the Beading Feet, which has a channel under it to allow the knot to slide through. Due to the large number of stitches, taken in a small area, you should use a liberal amount of stabilizer. Your bobbin case damage was likely sustained when the battered fabric was pushed into the needle hole, preventing it from feeding. Please do not ask how we know this! On the 6600 there are instructions on page 48 of the manual for programming the stitch. Ignore the suggested F foot, and use the instruction book in place of stitch 70 in Diane's text. You'll want to experiment with it until you achieve the desired look.


Re: Noisy embroidery arm

Jim_Stutsman <jim@...>
 

Becky this may not be as big a problem as it seems. Have him remove the cover of the embroidery unit and look for anything that may be blocking movement from left to right. It could be as simple as a pin the fell in it. After removing all the screws from the cover, it still doesn't come right off - the parts snap together and you need to work slowly and carefully to avoid breaking them.

--- In janome12000@..., "Becky Petersen" <Becky@...> wrote:

I just began to have this problem today - sad. L I do not have a dealer within about 4 hours will have to call them. The embroidery unit started making a lot of noise and now isn't working correctly and now won't center when I start a design. It is as if the side to side motion isn't working.



My husband is looking at it right now. (Don't worry, if it can be fixed, he can do it according to a Polish saying, He has "golden hands.") I have been using the embroidery unit and using it-and using it.



I suppose the worst case scenario is that I have to replace the embroidery unit as this machine had no warranty as I bought it second-hand. We decided that it would be worth it to take the risk, however, as I got it very reasonably (just over 3K).



Becky


Noisy embroidery arm

Becky Petersen
 

I just began to have this problem today - sad. L I do not have a dealer within about 4 hours will have to call them. The embroidery unit started making a lot of noise and now isn't working correctly and now won't center when I start a design. It is as if the side to side motion isn't working.



My husband is looking at it right now. (Don't worry, if it can be fixed, he can do it according to a Polish saying, He has "golden hands.") I have been using the embroidery unit and using it-and using it.



I suppose the worst case scenario is that I have to replace the embroidery unit as this machine had no warranty as I bought it second-hand. We decided that it would be worth it to take the risk, however, as I got it very reasonably (just over 3K).



Becky


Re: How do I order DVD?

Jim_Stutsman <jim@...>
 

One of the problems with mailing lists like this one is that there is no easy way for new members to "catch up" on the information already posted. There are now nearly 5,000 messages to wade through, and I don't know anyone with that much free time! The DVD in question is an interactive one that Diane and I made on the settings and sewing applications of the 12000. It's menu driven, with extensive video material. Volume 1 is for the sewing functions of the 12000. Volume 2, currently in development, will focus on embroidery and software. Details and a sample video can be found here:
http://www.onlinesewing.com/12kvideo
Members of this list can get a discounted price by ordering here:
http://www.onlinesewing.com/yahoo12k

Next month we will be offering the DVD to dealers. At that time the price will increase by $10 and the Yahoo group special will go away. Thanks for your interest!

--- In janome12000@..., "cherylerae" <cherylerae@...> wrote:

I am new to this board and am hearing all about this great DVD. How do I order it? Is there an order blank somewhere?


How do I order DVD?

cherylerae
 

I am new to this board and am hearing all about this great DVD. How do I order it? Is there an order blank somewhere?


Re: DVD

Jim_Stutsman <jim@...>
 

Sparky doesn't like cold weather, and when he found out that it's summer down under he begged to take your shipment. He's not back yet, but we did get a postcard of him surrounded by girls in bikinis on Bondi Beach: "Having a blast, surfing is great, see you in May!" Apparently he's forgotten that he is a "working" dog, so we have begun taking applications. I've asked a 3-toed sloth from the next street over to come in for an interview, and he said he'd come right in. No sign of him yet, but Darrel (our search duck) says he's expected by the middle of next month.

Candlewicking is a stitch in Digitizer MBX, if you want to do it in embroidery, but as a stitch we did it as a French Knot. Diane spent a fair amount of time working this out back on the Memory Craft 10000, which was the first machine to have it as a stitch. I've uploaded our writeup on it to the Files section as "French Knot.pdf". As noted, you will want to use the larger of the Beading Feet, which has a channel under it to allow the knot to slide through. Due to the large number of stitches, taken in a small area, you should use a liberal amount of stabilizer. Your bobbin case damage was likely sustained when the battered fabric was pushed into the needle hole, preventing it from feeding. Please do not ask how we know this! On the 6600 there are instructions on page 48 of the manual for programming the stitch. Ignore the suggested F foot, and use the instruction book in place of stitch 70 in Diane's text. You'll want to experiment with it until you achieve the desired look.

--- In janome12000@..., "mc11000jes" <joan.e.smith@...> wrote:

What can I say but wow what did you feed Sparky to get him here so fast? Only ordered the DVD late evening of 18 February and the envelope says it was posted on the 25 February and arrived here in Newcastle NSW Australia today (its the 27 February here I think we are a day ahead of the USA). I wasn't expecting to receive the DVD for a couple of weeks - usually feels like things have been sent by slow camels and can take up to 3 months so still feeling stunned at the speed of delivery. Already browed through it and will go back again later for in-depth look. To think I've doing patchwork the hard way not realising I could set the length of the seam not to mention all the applique work I've been doing not knowing about what that button ment to go around corners. Thankyou to both of you and especially to Dianne.

Slight change of subject. I need to do a fair bit of candlewick stitch soon on my trusty old 6600P. I've looked at my footbook on my IPad (yes I put a nice compliment months ago when I purchased it especially because I often only purchase after reading other purchasers comments and was surprised at the time not to find any comments when searching ITunes - come other people, if you're happy tell others by going back into ITunes and leaving a comment), anyhow back to the subject. I only ever used candlewick stitch once on my brand new (at that time) MC11000 and it destroyed the bobbin case. Sold the MC11000 to fund my MC12000 purchase and still happy I did by the way. Not too enthusastic about taking the MC12000 to class to do candlewicking so going to use the 6600 instead. My query is - what foot? Am I guessing correctly that it would be worthwhile purchasing the shorter front F foot? Cann't find any clues in footbook or other places I've looked so far. Will be away for this months class (going to Cowra) so have a month to order a foot and get it in.

Joan
Newcastle
NSW
Australia


DVD

mc11000jes <joan.e.smith@...>
 

What can I say but wow what did you feed Sparky to get him here so fast? Only ordered the DVD late evening of 18 February and the envelope says it was posted on the 25 February and arrived here in Newcastle NSW Australia today (its the 27 February here I think we are a day ahead of the USA). I wasn't expecting to receive the DVD for a couple of weeks - usually feels like things have been sent by slow camels and can take up to 3 months so still feeling stunned at the speed of delivery. Already browed through it and will go back again later for in-depth look. To think I've doing patchwork the hard way not realising I could set the length of the seam not to mention all the applique work I've been doing not knowing about what that button ment to go around corners. Thankyou to both of you and especially to Dianne.

Slight change of subject. I need to do a fair bit of candlewick stitch soon on my trusty old 6600P. I've looked at my footbook on my IPad (yes I put a nice compliment months ago when I purchased it especially because I often only purchase after reading other purchasers comments and was surprised at the time not to find any comments when searching ITunes - come other people, if you're happy tell others by going back into ITunes and leaving a comment), anyhow back to the subject. I only ever used candlewick stitch once on my brand new (at that time) MC11000 and it destroyed the bobbin case. Sold the MC11000 to fund my MC12000 purchase and still happy I did by the way. Not too enthusastic about taking the MC12000 to class to do candlewicking so going to use the 6600 instead. My query is - what foot? Am I guessing correctly that it would be worthwhile purchasing the shorter front F foot? Cann't find any clues in footbook or other places I've looked so far. Will be away for this months class (going to Cowra) so have a month to order a foot and get it in.

Joan
Newcastle
NSW
Australia


Re: Horizon MC12000 Video and Foot Book

annabell131@gmail.com <annabell131@...>
 

 
 My DVD arrived safely today to Western Australia  wahoooooooooooo  cant wait to see it.
 
Thank you so much
 
Cheers
Anna
 
 
 


Re: Bobbin work

Jim_Stutsman <jim@...>
 

Diane suggests Utility stitch 5, Quilt 21, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29 & 30, or Heirloom 16 & 37. Open stitches work best and you should really try different ones to see what you like. There are MANY to choose from.

The tacking stitches on the video are on the second Applications (T-shirt) screen. Look for the button labeled "Tacking". The icons in the DVD are actual images from the 12000 screen.

--- In janome12000@..., "dbrhlngls" <dbrhlngls@...> wrote:

Newbie me again What stitches would look nice for bobbin work. ie looks nice on underside. I want use a decorative thread in my bobbin for my quilting but don't know which stitches look good on both sides

Also. I saw on your DVD about tacking stitches (great video btw). Not sure what numbers they are on the 12000.


Bobbin work

dbrhlngls <dbrhlngls@...>
 

Newbie me again What stitches would look nice for bobbin work. ie looks nice on underside. I want use a decorative thread in my bobbin for my quilting but don't know which stitches look good on both sides

Also. I saw on your DVD about tacking stitches (great video btw). Not sure what numbers they are on the 12000.


Re: Janome 9900

Brenda Kay
 

thank you Jim I am glad that the quote was wrong ...I really wanted to get the 9900 as an extra machine ...just was so sad when told it was 11000 dollars ...but he did give me a good quote on the 12000.....  maybe I will be able to get the 9900 now
Brenda 

-----Original Message-----
From: Jim_Stutsman
To: janome12000
Sent: Mon, Feb 25, 2013 10:15 pm
Subject: [janome12000] Re: Janome 9900

 
I think the MSRP you were quoted is wrong. MSRP for the 12000 is $11,999. For the 9700, which the 9900 replaced, it's $3,499. I believe the actual MSRP for the 9900 is $4,999. Keep in mind that MSRP stands for "Manufacturer's *SUGGESTED* Retail Price". Janome only publishes this price to dealers, never publicly. The intent is for all dealers to quote the same price, and in some countries (e.g. Australia) the price quoted by Janome is the actual sale price. Here in the US it's not. Dealers usually sell machines anywhere from 65% to 80% of the MSRP.

--- In janome12000@..., "Kathy" wrote:
>
> Why would Janome expect us to pay basically the same as for the 12000 and get less?
>
> --- In janome12000@..., Brenda W wrote:
> >
> >
> > Gerda.....you are right I called to check on this machine and got the MSRP which is over $11000....but was told the 12000 is still the top machine ...I thought this one would cost less and be a good second machine for me to take in the RV but for what you get it cost too much for me to get to use for that...
> >
> > Brenda
> >
> >
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: fotoalbum_gerda
> > To: janome12000 janome12000@...>
> > Sent: Mon, Feb 25, 2013 2:34 pm
> > Subject: [janome12000] Re: Janome 9900
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> > Why should you want to replace the 12000, I thought it was still the top of the line machine.
> > Or did I miss something?
> > Gerda
> >
> > --- In janome12000@..., "malehto" wrote:
> > >
> > > Here's a link to the new 9900 that is working as of this
> > > morning.http://www.acesewvac.com/janome-memory-craft-9900.htmlDon't know
> > > how long it will be up once Janome discovers it.Looks quite impressive
> > > but probably not enough for me to replace my 12000.I made a pdf file of
> > > the page if anyone is interested.
> > > MarySavannah, TX
> > >
> > >
> > > --- In janome12000@..., Brenda W wrote:
> > > >
> > > > sorry this link does not work it was up last night but the page has
> > > been taken down....there was a picture and description of the new
> > > machine
> > > >
> > > >
> > > > Brenda W
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >
> > > > -----Original Message-----
> > > > From: Brenda W wise111451@
> > > > To: janome12000 janome12000@...
> > > > Sent: Fri, Feb 22, 2013 11:10 pm
> > > > Subject: [janome12000] Janome 9900
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >
> > > > http://www.sewingmachinesplus.com/j-9900.php
> > > >
> > > > I found this on the new machine ....I think it is the new one
> > > >
> > > >
> > > > Brenda W
> > > >
> > > > http://www.sewingmachinesplus.com/j-9900.php
> > > >
> > > > I found this on the new machine ....I think it is the new one
> > > >
> > > >
> > > > Brenda W
> > > >
> > >
> >
>


Re: Janome 9900

Jim_Stutsman <jim@...>
 

I think the MSRP you were quoted is wrong. MSRP for the 12000 is $11,999. For the 9700, which the 9900 replaced, it's $3,499. I believe the actual MSRP for the 9900 is $4,999. Keep in mind that MSRP stands for "Manufacturer's *SUGGESTED* Retail Price". Janome only publishes this price to dealers, never publicly. The intent is for all dealers to quote the same price, and in some countries (e.g. Australia) the price quoted by Janome is the actual sale price. Here in the US it's not. Dealers usually sell machines anywhere from 65% to 80% of the MSRP.

--- In janome12000@..., "Kathy" <beadqueen@...> wrote:

Why would Janome expect us to pay basically the same as for the 12000 and get less?

--- In janome12000@..., Brenda W <wise111451@> wrote:


Gerda.....you are right I called to check on this machine and got the MSRP which is over $11000....but was told the 12000 is still the top machine ...I thought this one would cost less and be a good second machine for me to take in the RV but for what you get it cost too much for me to get to use for that...

Brenda


-----Original Message-----
From: fotoalbum_gerda <pinguin60@>
To: janome12000 <janome12000@...>
Sent: Mon, Feb 25, 2013 2:34 pm
Subject: [janome12000] Re: Janome 9900





Why should you want to replace the 12000, I thought it was still the top of the line machine.
Or did I miss something?
Gerda

--- In janome12000@..., "malehto" wrote:

Here's a link to the new 9900 that is working as of this
morning.http://www.acesewvac.com/janome-memory-craft-9900.htmlDon't know
how long it will be up once Janome discovers it.Looks quite impressive
but probably not enough for me to replace my 12000.I made a pdf file of
the page if anyone is interested.
MarySavannah, TX


--- In janome12000@..., Brenda W wrote:

sorry this link does not work it was up last night but the page has
been taken down....there was a picture and description of the new
machine


Brenda W



-----Original Message-----
From: Brenda W wise111451@
To: janome12000 janome12000@...
Sent: Fri, Feb 22, 2013 11:10 pm
Subject: [janome12000] Janome 9900





http://www.sewingmachinesplus.com/j-9900.php

I found this on the new machine ....I think it is the new one


Brenda W

http://www.sewingmachinesplus.com/j-9900.php

I found this on the new machine ....I think it is the new one


Brenda W


Re: Netbook computer

Pixey
 

You can attach a USB portable/external DVD drive to a netbook to load the programs on it for under $75.  This is what I used to do.  That said, I found that the light weight of the netbook equaled lack of durability and slower processors.  It didn't hold up all that well.  I started to get the screen flickering in and out 2 weeks after the extended warranty expired. About a year ago, I replaced it with a smallish laptop and can really tell a difference with the screen clarity and processing speed.
 
--Pixey

From: Linda Gemmell
To: "janome12000@..."
Sent: Tuesday, February 19, 2013 1:33 PM
Subject: [janome12000] Netbook computer
 

I just ordered the DVD - and am looking forward to watching it!

I am now thinking I would like a small netbook to have on my sewing room next to my Janome - and wonder if I have to have a laptop with an optical drive. The netbook I am looking at doesn't come with a DVD slot. Can I install HorizonLink any other way?

Sent from my iPad


Re: Janome 9900

Kathy <beadqueen@...>
 

Why would Janome expect us to pay basically the same as for the 12000 and get less?

--- In janome12000@..., Brenda W <wise111451@...> wrote:


Gerda.....you are right I called to check on this machine and got the MSRP which is over $11000....but was told the 12000 is still the top machine ...I thought this one would cost less and be a good second machine for me to take in the RV but for what you get it cost too much for me to get to use for that...

Brenda


-----Original Message-----
From: fotoalbum_gerda <pinguin60@...>
To: janome12000 <janome12000@...>
Sent: Mon, Feb 25, 2013 2:34 pm
Subject: [janome12000] Re: Janome 9900





Why should you want to replace the 12000, I thought it was still the top of the line machine.
Or did I miss something?
Gerda

--- In janome12000@..., "malehto" wrote:

Here's a link to the new 9900 that is working as of this
morning.http://www.acesewvac.com/janome-memory-craft-9900.htmlDon't know
how long it will be up once Janome discovers it.Looks quite impressive
but probably not enough for me to replace my 12000.I made a pdf file of
the page if anyone is interested.
MarySavannah, TX


--- In janome12000@..., Brenda W wrote:

sorry this link does not work it was up last night but the page has
been taken down....there was a picture and description of the new
machine


Brenda W



-----Original Message-----
From: Brenda W wise111451@
To: janome12000 janome12000@...
Sent: Fri, Feb 22, 2013 11:10 pm
Subject: [janome12000] Janome 9900





http://www.sewingmachinesplus.com/j-9900.php

I found this on the new machine ....I think it is the new one


Brenda W

http://www.sewingmachinesplus.com/j-9900.php

I found this on the new machine ....I think it is the new one


Brenda W


Re: Janome 9900

Brenda Kay
 

Gerda.....you are right I called to check on this machine and got the MSRP which is over $11000....but was told the 12000 is still the top machine ...I thought this one would cost less and be a good second machine for me to take in the RV but for what you get it cost too much for me to get to use for that...
Brenda 

-----Original Message-----
From: fotoalbum_gerda To: janome12000
Sent: Mon, Feb 25, 2013 2:34 pm
Subject: [janome12000] Re: Janome 9900

 
Why should you want to replace the 12000, I thought it was still the top of the line machine.
Or did I miss something?
Gerda

--- In janome12000@..., "malehto" wrote:
>
> Here's a link to the new 9900 that is working as of this
> morning.http://www.acesewvac.com/janome-memory-craft-9900.htmlDon't know
> how long it will be up once Janome discovers it.Looks quite impressive
> but probably not enough for me to replace my 12000.I made a pdf file of
> the page if anyone is interested.
> MarySavannah, TX
>
>
> --- In janome12000@..., Brenda W wrote:
> >
> > sorry this link does not work it was up last night but the page has
> been taken down....there was a picture and description of the new
> machine
> >
> >
> > Brenda W
> >
> >
> >
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Brenda W wise111451@
> > To: janome12000 janome12000@...
> > Sent: Fri, Feb 22, 2013 11:10 pm
> > Subject: [janome12000] Janome 9900
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> > http://www.sewingmachinesplus.com/j-9900.php
> >
> > I found this on the new machine ....I think it is the new one
> >
> >
> > Brenda W
> >
> > http://www.sewingmachinesplus.com/j-9900.php
> >
> > I found this on the new machine ....I think it is the new one
> >
> >
> > Brenda W
> >
>


Endless hoop?

vicki chrobak
 

Jim, Has Janome ever had something like an Endless Hoop? The way I understand the reports of the Accufil hoop, it might possibly be used as one. Can it be bought separately without software? If so, is there a part #?
Vicki Jo


Internet sales??????

Brenda Kay
 

Jim....I guess this is a silly question but can you buy a 12000 are say the new 9900 on the Internet ? I thought they had to be bought from a dealer.......I called my dealer this morning and they have not and are not getting the 9900 soon and never got the 7700 nor will get the 8900 in the shop......sad face ....so I am looking for a new dealer
Brenda  W