a JUKI – yay!
Okay, so the first photo doesn’t look very exciting, that’s just the case. It’s what’s under the case that counts ^^
A brand new JUKI HZL F600. It only arrived this morning, so I haven’t had much time to play with it. However, I did manage to switch it on, work out how some of the stitch selection works, and do some trial stitching on scraps. She works like a dream. For someone used to sewing on a basic Silvercrest machine bought in Lidl, this is something else
It came with all the accessories . . . the extension table
which just slots on, or it can used without
There are 12 different feet in total, and the on-line shop I bought from also threw in some Madeira threads, spare bobbins and a BURDA sewing book
With manual in hand, it didn’t take me too long to suss out how to select stitches – and all stitches and how to select, are displayed on the machine anyway.
It’s all very intuitive (so far) and I just messed around on a few pieces of scrap fabric
There is so much to discover . . . I am one very happy bunny ^^