Question about Husqvarna Viking 1
Depends on how much sewing you plan to do, what kind of sewing (embroidery, etc.) and the condition of the machine. If everything else works I would invest $50. The Viking 1 machines are getting old and parts are hard to come by and may be quite expensive. If you plan to do lots of sewing, I would look around at the cost of replacement machines to make the cost/benefit analysis of repair/upgrade. Lots of people still use these machines, especially for quilting. When they are in good condition they are great machines.
Posted on Feb 14, 2010
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