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Husqvarna Viking® Designer Epic

Designer Epic
Machine Info. from Husqvarna Viking®
Specifications  
Sewing Area: 260mm (10.24") x 360mm (14.17")
Needle Type: Flat Shank Domestic
Bobbin Type: Style A or Type 15
Introduced: 2017
Read Formats: VP3VP3VIPVIPHUSHUSPECPECPESPESPCSPCSXXXXXXSEWSEWJEFJEFEXPEXPDSTDST 
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LInda B.

Yes, I bought mine in 2017. I loved it. However, my first one was a lemon, and I had to fight with Husqvarna for a replacement. Just as fluke. It kept going off right in the middle of my embroidery. When I mentioned the Lemon Law, they replace it that afternoon. My new one works like a dream! I have different size hoops that I use a lot!


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Topher M.

Does anyone know what parts are compatible with the Husqvarna Viking Designer Epic? I'm trying to figure out if I can use an embroidery arm from a Designer II on a Epic. They look almost identical so I was just curious if anyone knew for sure. Thanks.

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LInda B.

I'm not so sure that you can do this. Do you not have an arm for your Designer ll? Or your Epic?


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Heather B.

I'm sorry but I don't know, Topher. I'd recommend checking with Husqvarna/Viking our a Husqvarna/Viking dealer to be sure:

http://www.husqvarnaviking.com/Contact-Us

~Heather
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LInda B.

I have been using the L bobbin. What is the difference between A and the L?

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Heather B.

Hi, Linda. Thanks for the question. In general, the Type A and L have the same diameter but have different widths. The Type A is approximately 11.7mm wide and the Type L is approximately 8.9mm wide. I hope that helps clarify. Please let us now if you need any further questions.

~Heather
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Luba K.

Just purchased an Epic. Can I use embrilliance software with it?

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LInda B.

Luba I'm going to an Applique Getaway in TX, and the lady who sells is going to be there to demonstrate.

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LInda B.

Yes I love embrilliance!


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Heather B.

Hi, Luba. Thanks for the question. Yes, we would recommend the Embrilliance software for you.

~Heather
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Kitty S.

can the designer Epic read hus files ? A friend gave me a disk of designs


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LInda B.

Oh yes I use it a lot!


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Heather B.

Yes, the Designer Epic is able to read .HUS files. Thanks for the question, Kitty.

~Heather
info@embroidery.com

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Wren Q.

I love the automatic needle threader and the large space under the head around the needle. I have limited use of my arms and fingers and I haven't found anything I can't do. I can change needles and clip jump stitches with ease. This is my 4th Husqvarna and they all have been a dream to sew on but this one makes my heart the happiest.

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Charlotte D.

I absolutely love the epic. It is the third embroidery machine by Viking that I have owned. The cost is worth the quality of the machines.

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LInda B.

Yes, I bought mine in 2017. I loved it. However, my first one was a lemon, and I had to fight with Husqvarna for a replacement. Just as fluke. It kept going off right in the middle of my embroidery. When I mentioned the Lemon Law, they replace it that afternoon. My new one works like a dream! I have different size hoops that I use a lot! This is my second Viking. I bought the first computerized sewing machine in 1981 and it still works, a 6690. I put over $15,000 through it. I was a seamstress from home. I made all the designs for Hancock Fabrics too! I just bought a Pacesetter PS500 to play with by brother and love it too!


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Heather B.

That's great to hear, Charlotte. Thanks for the feedback.

~Heather
info@embroidery.com


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Ann B.

I love i

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Heather B.

I'm glad you're enjoying your machine, Ann!

~Heather
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Judy M.

Yes, I do and I love it! I have a Ruby, but wanted a slightly larger embroidery area, and space for quilting. I was not quilting when I purchased my Ruby. I love my Ruby as well. I kept my Ruby, so I can either embroider smaller things while using my Epic, or I can have it set up as a regular sewing machine while I am embroidering. Very, very easy to use, and the stitches are beautiful

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LInda B.

Yes, I bought mine in 2017. I loved it. However, my first one was a lemon, and I had to fight with Husqvarna for a replacement. Just as fluke. It kept going off right in the middle of my embroidery. When I mentioned the Lemon Law, they replace it that afternoon. My new one works like a dream! I have different size hoops that I use a lot!


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mary m.

does any one have the new embroidery machine epic and do they like it

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LInda B.

Yes, I bought mine in 2017. I loved it. However, my first one was a lemon, and I had to fight with Husqvarna for a replacement. Just as fluke. It kept going off right in the middle of my embroidery. When I mentioned the Lemon Law, they replace it that afternoon. My new one works like a dream! I have different size hoops that I use a lot!


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DORIS O.

I have the EPIC and love it.

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Kirsten S.

What are some of your favorite features?

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DORIS O.

You can use any usb, the big touch screen, the size of the hoop 360x260 is my favorite hoop.

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Kirsten S.

Thanks, Doris! That's great information for anyone looking.

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