I’m in the unfortunate position of having to buy a machine online, unseen. I’ve done some research and decided the Brother is the machine I’d like, as it appears to be exceptionally reliable. I’ve read a lot about problems with Singers and Janome does not appear to have a universal coverage (at least, not as wide as the Brother). Not that they are not good machines, but a girl has to make a choice, right? :)
Remembering that I’m a novice-intermediate and there’s NO service center near me, I’m looking for a machine that is reliable, easy to learn but allows growth and development, and is likely to run without a service for about 3 years. I’ve narrowed it down to the following machines and would like some feedback on which would be my best option, please:
CS6000I 60 Stitch Computerized
Thanks in advance for your help
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