But what I liked is it will also embroider logos or emblems I think. Did I read that correctly? If you were to start your own product line, would not that feature be a necessary one?
For example, I own a Golite Fur quilt. This quilt has an embroidered Golite label. It looks very cool. I would like to be able to do the same. Also, I have limited sewing experience, this machine sounds like it does the work for you almost. Maybe the advertisement sounds to good to be true.
This whole quilt phenomena has got my interest. The Golite Fur has many drawbacks. First, it was not designed wide enough in my opinion. If you roll around in your sleep you will become separated from the quilt. The temperature rating was a joke. They claimed it would get you down to 20 degrees but that was overly optomistic by at least twenty degrees. Now I have read the reviews on the Fanatic Fringe quilt on this website and on another Hammock camping website, and apparently it has drawbacks, I have read about the Bozeman Mountain Works quilts and the reviewer had serious reservations about it. I have read the reviews on the Nunatak quilts which seem to be very high quality but have a price tag that just makes it seem counterproductive to the fact you can get a full down sleeping bag from Western Mountaineering, Montbell, Integral Designs, Marmot, etc. The JRB quilts seem to be the best for price, functionality, and value for a down quilt. Golite has returned to the quilt idea with their down quilt which reviewed nicely here, but I wonder if it has the same width problems that the Fur had.
Sorry for the rambling, but I think I have an idea for a synthetic quilt that would be superior to the ones offered today. To see my idea come to reality I am going to have to attempt to make a prototype by myself.
With that background provided is it best to go with top of the line or is it best to go with a cheaper but workhorse type machine as mentioned in previous posts?