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Sylvia15/05/2008 18:16:00
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I would love to swap tips, facts, etc. with UK users of my newish machine.  I am enjoying it very much despite it's few quirks i.e. the thread jumps out of the tension spring sometimes so I have to check it frequently.  Also I think the foot changing is very fiddly.  I find that if I use the walking feet on anything other than a 3 layer quilt sandwich it's very noisy - it bangs onto the footplate.  Same goes for when I use the Big Foot free motion foot, the little iron bar at the top clatters on the metal foot holder.

This sounds bad, I don't really have a lot of problems and I love the way the tension just seems to work whatever type of thread I put in.  Also it's brilliant at handling difficult silky threads which were impossible on my old Pfaff.

 Hope to hear from other users.

 Sylvia, Andorra.

Lynne Dean15/05/2008 23:41:00
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Hi Sylvia,

 Wonder if this is of any interest to you - I get a newsletter from and a new free motion quilting  foot for the 6600 is mentioned in the one I received today.  This is the link to the page

 Best wishes


Sylvia16/05/2008 18:56:00
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Thanks Lynne

Looking at the enewsletter I think the Janome free motion foot has a very small round bit whereas my Bigfoot one is larger.

Thanks anyway.  I have contacted Janome and asked to sign up for their newsletter.


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