Question about Sewing Machines
Go back to JoAnn's Fabrics. There could be multiple machines fitting your description. Or search for it online:
Jo Ann Fabric and Craft Stores Shop online
BTW, JoAnn's does not "stock" sewing machines. The store simply provides space to sewing machine companies to display their products, much like Walmart. They also do not provide service or training on the machines sold there, which is why the machines appear to be less expensive...you get what you pay for. For the most part, the machines are not of the best quality and are not built to last. If anything fails, the buyer will generally have to deal with shipping the machine to the manufacturer for warranty or repair work, sometimes costing more than the machine. You may also want to check out a local vendor that will provide service, advice, and training.
Posted on Dec 21, 2016
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