The Husqvarna 6000. It. is. a. beast. It must weigh at least 50 pounds. Plus, it uses these things called cams to give you the varying stitches. Oh my word. I’m a little nervous about that. The exciting thing is that I have the option to do some stitches other than straight and zig-zag. I haven’t used this machine yet, but I’m counting on it running like a dream. Especially compared to it predecessor. All of the pieces are not with the machine and J is out of town, but she gave me permission to go dig in her box to find the rest of the parts. “I wouldn’t know what any of it is anyway,” she told me. Isn’t that disgusting? 😉
Anyway, I’ll be spending time today getting acquainted with my new toy. Hopefully, the other parts will be in her box. My machine died on this project. I’m making one in a larger size for my kitchen table to hold all of our cloth napkins. I should have known that my little machine could no longer handle a felted sweater and upholstry fabric. So as soon as I figure out the other machine, I’m finishing that project.
Wish me luck.