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Subject: hi, I am looking to start making dresses I have made a few but have got a company to do the Emroidery , I am looking to purchase my 1st embroidery machine only a beginner and no nothing about them! I live in Ireland and contacted a supplier who is about 4 hours drive and he was talking about machines costing over 5k ! Any advice on a much much cheaper one and where to start

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If you are serious about embroidery, you really will need a Toyota ESP9100 and X-Panto frame, both of which are very expensive. Otherwise, I would stick with getting your embroidery done comercially till you are ready for such a major purchase. Anything less will prove unsatisfactory in the long run (NT)In my opinionWednesday, January 08, 04:35:03pm

I only use the approx 15" x 20" frame and it works fine for me... (NT)bgFriday, January 10, 09:35:06am

EmbroideryIda BrownTuesday, February 25, 05:23:30pm

Im also interested in buying an embroidery machine, not to make dresses commercially but more for general embellishment and potentially a very simple irish dancing dress as a project. Would a domestic machine to the trick? Any advice on brands? (NT)heard bernina is a good bet but dont even know where to start looking!Monday, April 07, 03:40:21am

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