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  1. PRICE REDUCED AGAIN!!! FREE TURBO BOBBIN WINDER (NEVER USED) Ken-Quilt Princess Midarm Quilting Machine $6,395.00 ***free delivery within 100 miles of 63012 (Barnhart, MO)*** Throat size: 22" from needle to back of throat and 11 1/2" from bottom to top Hopping foot is centered to the needle for accuracy Extra large "M" steel bobbins (40 included, some already wound in various colors) Focusing & dimmable laser light stylus Front rotary tension assembly 13" fluorescent light over needle area Adjustable foam cushion grips on front & back Side clamps with Velcro leaders Sealed ball bearings & oil-impregnated bronze bushings to allow for minimum oiling Top mounted motor: 2.12 Amp, 148 W, 3400 RPM Speed control knob for manual quilting mode (front & back) IntelliStitch (I/S) stitch regulator (front & back) Acetyl wheels with sealed ball bearings on cross track & head 12' table with 3 rollers & canvas leaders Single stitch, needle up/down, basting stitch Sewing machine oil 2 spools of machine quilting thread Instruction book This machine is five years old. Used in my home for my quilts, friends' quilts & donation quilts. Well-maintained & clean. Went to local sew & vac for PM August 2016. ***Sorry some of the pics are sideways. I'm better at quilting than I am at desktop publishing. If you need pics, let me know. Thank you for looking. Sue
  2. Design-A-Quilt DA-12. Long Arm Quilting Machine. High speed flat bed industrial sewing machine ( I believe Juki) especially modified for Design-A-Quilt and Bind-All. Made in USA. VERY NICE Cast Iron sewing machine. High speed single needle, 2 thread, lock-stitcher. It's stitch is formed with the thread take-up lever complete (line type) and rotary hook. Maximum sewing speed is 5500 s.p.m. Suitable for sewing thin to heavy weight fabric. Stitch is fine and well distributed. Hand guided. Combination of precision and productivity. Stand up. Easy operation, reliable, and smooth running with a low level of noise. Includes 12 ft table and racks, batting racks and machine. I believe it was purchased around 1999. Purchased new, one owner. Well maintained. Owner advised it is Juki industrial commercial machine modified by removing the feed dogs and other upgrades. Disregard the mess around the table in the pictures. This belongs to friend who has used it to make many beautiful quilts. Only reason he wishes to sell is he has to make room for a new model. We are in Las Vegas and the shipping/pick up is negotiable. He may be able to ship, deliver or you can pick up depending on circumstances. Any question, please send me an email at Please put "Quilting machine inquiry" in the subject line so I don't miss your email. The owner is only available on Saturdays, Sundays, and Mondays, so if you email, please expect an answer after I talk to him. If you need to talk to him direct, I can send you his phone number. Asking $2500 or best offer.
  3. For sale is a 26" Millenium Long Arm quilt machine with table. It can quilt up to a King size quilt. Machine and table are in excellent shape. The table is 12' long and has a motorized pick up roll (foot or switch operated). Laser Stylus Electric Bobbin Threader/Winder Brand new in 2007 for $14,000. I bought it in 2012 for $11,000, asking $8,500 for all. Included with the Long Arm are many panagraph patterns, books, templates, extra needles, and manual. Please see picture. The machine is located in a suburb of Rochester, New York. Please contact Pam at:
  4. I have a Gammill Short Arm Quilting Machine. It is on an 11 foot table. Perfect condition. Never used much. I am upgrading to a larger machine. I have had it for sale before, but this time, I just need the room for the new machine. Therefore, I am offering it at a ridiculously low price of $1200.00. There is absolutely nothing wrong with it.
  5. If you are looking for a good workhorse machine with NO BELLS OR WHISTLES, this is the machine for you. It is a 1991 Nolting 26 inch Long Arm Machine, comes with a 14 foot table which is made of steel and wood. My husband made a track for the electrical cord to move freely all the way across the 14 feet. I am in the process of replacing the Leader fabrics on all of the rollers, and it has recently had a check up, so it's good to go! I am sending all of my pantagrams with it, there are at least 15-20 of them, a box that was used for shipping the head back to the factory about 10 years ago to be overhauled, and I'm pretty sure I have a bobbin winder that goes with it. I have updated to a newer machine, and need to move this one out. I used to be a very busy long arm quilter, so this machine got a lot of use, it was overhauled near the end of my busy years. It has a pretty good range of speeds for you, but no stitch regulator. This is a good old machine that has been loved while it was with us. Now it's time for it's next life with you! Great for hobbyist looking to finish some of those tops, so you can give them away! Yes, it's a long table, but it also frees you to work on any size project imaginable. This machine is Mechanical, not computerized. It will not beep at you, or flash at you and leave you wondering why. It is very simple to run, and adjust. I learned easily how to adjust nearly everything on it, and I'm not a machine person. I am also happy to give you some lessons on how to use and care for it. I'm having a hard time parting with it, and therefore pricing it. It has been a part of my life for 19 years, and 2 moves. It has none of the new fangled stuff on it to recommend it, but it is a great machine! I'm asking $4,000, or best offer. Call Becky at 425-643-7178, anytime.
  6. HandiQuilter Sixteen Sit-down for sale in Central Texas. My HandiQuilter is the traditional sixteen sit-down machine that preceded the Sweet Sixteen. It was manufactured in 2010. It does not have a stitch regulator or the ability to add a stitch regulator. It's very easy to use and I don't need a stitch regulator to make pretty stitches. I think the Tru-Stitch that was made for the Sweet Sixteen is cumbersome to use, so it wasn't a deal breaker for me. If you want to purchase a frame, this can also be used as a stand-up machine. It comes with the table and overlay, lots of bobbins and needles, the HandiQuilter VersaTool, the line-tamer ruler, gloves and two feet (open toe and closed toe). It also has a separate electric bobbin winder. I'm asking $2,950 OBO for it. I would prefer to sell it to someone in the central Texas area but have the boxes to ship it. The buyer will pay for shipping and insurance. I would need to wait until payment clears before shipping, so no funny stuff! Feel free to call me with questions, 512-560-9402. Tmontgo at