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Subject: I've had a Huskystar (lower end Husqvarna Viking) for years and it has stood up to all kinds of abuse and never had any problems. Not many features but very sturdy

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Date Posted: Wednesday, May 13, 09:54:00am
In reply to: Patti 's message, "Expert advise needed: I have been wanting to learn to sew for years," on Wednesday, May 13, 07:06:39am

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There are so many variables to consider...my thoughtsWednesday, May 13, 04:43:53pm

    I used to work at a fabric store and we always steared people away from new Singers. All the parts of plastic and they wear out easily. To me "top-of-the-line Singer" is an oxymoron, unless it's old enough to be mostly metal. (NT)mpFriday, May 15, 08:34:50am

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