Singer 6268

You all know me, so please don't think I'm trying to sell something here. I
know better. That said, I have a question. I've run across the embroidery
unit to my mom's Singer 6268, and two manuals that I assume go with it. Is
it worth trying to sell it on Ebay, or should I just give it away? Mom hated
the machine, and traded it for the Phaff I'm currently using. Why she didn't
give them the embroidery unit will remain a mystery, but now I don't know
what to do with it. All of you geniuses must have some ideas, so I'd love
to hear from you. Thanks bunches,
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TerriLee in WA (state)
I would Ebay it. Even if you don't get a lot for it, it's better than having it hang around the house. If you can find a good home for it otherwise and don't want the hassle of listing it, go for it! Look on ebay first, though, see if there are many similar units, and see how well they're doing.
Jenn in Tacoma
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Jenn/Jalynne
Maybe the store where she purchased the Pfaff (very smart choice!!) will allow you to trade that Singer stuff for some Pfaff accessories, such as specialty feet. Worth asking! PAT, proud to sew with Pfilomina Pfaff, in VA/USA
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Pat in Virginia
Shipping is so expensive these days, you might have better luck advertising locally. Does your LQS have a bulletin board? I'm in the same quandary with this worthless Euro-Pro my husband bought for me two years ago. (why do they do that?)....It's been in the closet and I don't have room to keep stuff I never use. I've seriously thought about putting it on Freecycle.
Sherry
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Sherry
Sherry and TL: You both might consider taking an advertisement in the newsletter of your quilt guild. I bought my sewing cabinet through such an ad. HTH. PAT
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Pat in Virginia
You could try listing it on
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they have quite a few rather localized lists. If you can find a local buyer, you don't have to pay for shipping.
Julia in MN
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Julia in MN
Well, yeah, I thought about that. Except this machine is truly so horrible, I'd feel bad pawning it off on someone else for money. I'll probably give it away (and even then, warn the recipient!) :-) It's a nightmare to thread. The stitches are ugly and loose, no amount of adjustment helps. It's just one of those ultra-cheap things. DH was home with a broken leg watching the shopping channel and bought it. I must supervise his viewing more :-)
Sherry
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