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  1. For sale 2012 Innova 18 inch stitch regulator on a 10 foot table for $7500. A new one is 10k. This has the regular SR. Less than 30 quilts have been quilted on this machine. Located near Huntsville AL. Willing to travel up to 200 miles to help set up if paying asking price. Circle lord basic, queen swirls and RnS boards snowflake, fern, curved hatch, triple clam shell at 50% of MSRP.
  2. For sale is an hq16 on a 10' frame. Comes with a stitch regulator, rear handles, ruler base, bobbin wonder and over $1,000 worth of extras including pantographs, precise pantograph system, 19 groovy boards, laser, quilt cam from R & S designs, top tension gauge and much much more. Local pickup only. Cash or PayPal. $4,000 in southern Illinois. Only reason for selling is because I upgraded. Great starter package! It stitches beautifully!
  3. Three year old HQ Sweet 16 with True Stitch stitch regulator, couching foot, 2 sizes of hopping foot, rulers, table, bobbin winder,table, bobbins. Excellent condition. PRICE REDUCED $3500
  4. MOVING- No room for it. MUST SELL Contact: Joyce 319-404-5792 Waterloo IA $9,500 Freedom 2009 Less than 40 quilts completed on this machine Throat Size 26” X 10.5” Frame 12’ table length Stitch Regulator Multi-Position Handles, also Microdrive Handles Hartley Base Expander Horizontal Locks Led Light Laser Light Stylus Bobbin L Turbo Bobbin Winder Automatic Quilt Advance System Hydraulic Lift Table, for ease of height adjustment Lots of extras: Prewound bobbins, Bobbin Cases, needles, thread, rulers, Towa Bobbin Tension Gauge, Quick Load Clamps-No Pining
  5. For sale is an hq16 on a 10' frame. Comes with a stitch regulator, rear handles, ruler base, bobbin wonder and over $1,000 worth of extras including pantographs, precise pantograph system, 19 groovy boards, laser, quilt cam from R & S designs, top tension gauge and much much more. Local pickup only. Cash or PayPal. $4,000 in southern Illinois. Only reason for selling is because I upgraded. Great starter package! It stitches beautifully!
  6. I am selling my Bailey Pro17 with Stitch Regulator. Will come with 2 packages of needles & 20 bobbins. I bought them from Chuck of the Bailey store in summer 2011 for over $3100, thinking of starting a small quilting service in Vietnam but plan changed & they are never out of the original packaging (except to take these photos). Please PM or email me if you are interested for more or if you got a serious offer. I can ship too (buyer pays shipping cost). It's currently with me in Woodlands TX for another week or so, after that I will get it to MD. Thanks!
  7. Very gently used BABYLOCK TIARA. Over $5,000 of equipment & supplies!!! $3,500.00 OBO. Stitch regulator. Wooden desk/studio machine holder. Like new. Forced to move to a smaller place, and there is no place to set this up now... I need to move to another state, and must reduce my 'stuff' before I can do so. I am in Orlando, FL. I prefer pick up, as I have no idea what this would cost to ship.
  8. I have a hardly used Babylock Tiara for sale. Included: Stitch regulator Hopping foot conversion kit Bobbin winder, extra size M bobbins Horizontal thread holder Table overlay Table extension Needles Tools, owners manual Martelli 11" and 8" quilting rings I am upgrading to a long arm....prefer moving the head rather than the quilt. Price $3700.00 Make an offer... Located in Spring Hill, FL, 40 miles north of Tampa. 920.915.5208 cell (There is a black silicone mat on the table which makes for a slippery surface when quilting. It can easily be removed.)
  9. Like new Bernina 430 with BSR (Bernina Stitch Regulator) and machine storage bag. Includes Bernina feet #s 1, 2, 3A, 4, 5, 9, 20 & 37 and additional Walking Foot #50. Also includes extra Bernina magnifying set and decorative stitch card. Standard items include (4) spool discs, angular torx key, foam pad, Bernina oil tube, screw driver, lint brush, needles, seam ripper, seam guide, high compensating tool, free hand system (presser foot lift), accessory case, extra compartments and Bernina CD Rom. The unit has a new power cable, new slide on table, seam guide, 10 bobbins in container and foot control which raises and lowers needle. Also has a bonus extra storage carry case. It also is embroidery capable with unit sold separately. This unit was made in Switzerland This machine has just been services and has only 47 hours of sewing time. It is in excellent condition. Selling to upgrade. Priced at $1,500.00. Buyer pays shipping and packaging. Will calculate based upon destination. Pick up is available. Located in South Eastern Massachusetts. Please contact with any questions
  10. For sale---Juki Long Arm quilting machine--includes all the accessories it came with, along with a clamp on lamp and leader cloths for the frame and a box of thread from Connecting Threads. Machine works perfectly, was used only one time. I have decided to downsize and have not used this as I thought I would. This is a great package deal for someone that is just starting out in quilting or the experienced quilter. I put casters on the quilt frame, to make it easier to move. The Grace Pattern Perfect comes with the main set with stylus and 3 other full sets, all of which have never been used. Asking $3,000.00, located in North Dakota. See below for a little more information: The NEW Juki TL-2010Q is a high-quality sewing and quilting machine. The TL-2010Q is a portable, lightweight machine, constructed of aluminum die-casting to ensure industrial-quality sewing. With 9 inches of space between the needle and the arm of the machine, the TL-2010Q can handle large quilts and home decor project with ease. The Gracie King is for quilters who desire stability without sacrificing the traditional beauty of a wood-crafted frame. It is our largest frame yet and can be set up in three sizes. QuiltCAD is the pattern software that lets you print custom-sized pantographs, blocks, and borders from your home computer. The Grace SureStitch is both a stitch regulator and a constant stitch speed control. The Grace Pattern Perfect- Plastic Edition Adapts onto the tabletop of your GMQ-Pro, Little Gracie II, Minni Pinni, Pinnacle Machine Quilting Frame or any quilting frame that has a flat surface underneath the machine carriage. Combine and repeat patterns in interesting ways to create unique designs on your quilt. Grace 14in. Gooseneck Lamp & Brite-White Bulb Juki Long Arm quilting machine--includes all the accessories it came with, along with a clamp on lamp and leader cloths for the frame and a box of thread from Connecting Threads. Machine works perfectly, was used only one time. I have decided to downsize and have not used this as I thought I would. This is a great package deal for someone that is just starting out in quilting or the experienced quilter. I put casters on the quilt frame, to make it easier to move. The Grace Pattern Perfect, has never been used. If no answer, please leave a message. See below for a little more information: The NEW Juki TL-2010Q is a high-quality sewing and quilting machine. The TL-2010Q is a portable, lightweight machine, constructed of aluminum die-casting to ensure industrial-quality sewing. With 9 inches of space between the needle and the arm of the machine, the TL-2010Q can handle large quilts and home decor project with ease. The Gracie King is for quilters who desire stability without sacrificing the traditional beauty of a wood-crafted frame. It is our largest frame yet and can be set up in three sizes. QuiltCAD is the pattern software that lets you print custom-sized pantographs, blocks, and borders from your home computer. The Grace SureStitch is both a stitch regulator and a constant stitch speed control. The Grace Pattern Perfect- Plastic EditionAdapts onto the tabletop of your GMQ-Pro, Little Gracie II, Minni Pinni, Pinnacle Machine Quilting Frame or any quilting frame that has a flat surface underneath the machine carriage. Combine and repeat patterns in interesting ways to create unique designs on your quilt. Grace 14in. Gooseneck Lamp & Brite-White BulbFor sale---Juki Long Arm quilting machine--includes all the accessories it came with, along with a clamp on lamp and leader cloths for the frame and a box of thread from Connecting Threads. Machine works perfectly, was used only one time. I have decided to downsize and have not used this as I thought I would. This is a great package deal for someone that is just starting out in quilting or the experienced quilter. I put casters on the quilt frame, to make it easier to move. The Grace Pattern Perfect comes with the main set with stylus and 3 other full sets, all of which have never been used. Asking $3,000.00, located in North Dakota. See below for a little more information: Bulb
  11. I'll cry when it's gone but it must go... This Freedom is only 4 years old but runs like its brand new if not better. Machine is located in Nashville, Tn. 2012 Freedom 14' Bliss Quilting System. Standard feature stitch regulator. Automatic needle positioner. Single stitch button. Laser light, Turbo Bobbin Winder, Vertical channel lock. Quilt glide, Power fabric advance. "M" bobbin . Hydraulic table lift on Bliss/ standard table. Additionally: tool kit, extra needles and accessories. Only $13,000
  12. *For Sale* 2011 Gammill Optimum Statler Stitcher with a 30" neck and 12' table w/Casters and almost 1000 patterns located in Wichita Falls, Texas (2 hours south of Oklahoma City, and 2 hours north of Dallas) Sadly I am letting my machine go to pay medical bills for my 4 year old daughter who has cancer. This machine's total mileage is only 6,473,387. It's been moved once but we hired LInda's Electric Quilters in McKinney, TX to do it. $27,000 OBO (310)890-6878 Holly Murray http://longarmquiltingbyholly.blogspot.com/ https://www.gammill.net/images/products/statler_spec_sheet.pdf "Statler stitcher® The Statler Stitcher® utilizes computer software and hardware to operate a longarm quilting machine capable of stitching almost any design. A Gammill® machine equipped with Statler Stitcher® can handle an intricately patterned king-size quilt in a matter of hours instead of days, and is guided by the computer instead of by hand. The system can determine the pattern size, block size, stitches per inch, repetitions of the pattern and the offset of the pattern." 3472287
  13. *For Sale* 2011 Gammill Optimum Statler Stitcher with a 30" neck and 12' table w/Casters and almost 1000 patterns located in Wichita Falls, Texas (2 hours south of Oklahoma City, and 2 hours north of Dallas) Sadly I am letting my machine go to pay medical bills for my 4 year old daughter who has cancer. This machine's total mileage is only 6,473,387. It's been moved once but we hired LInda's Electric Quilters in McKinney, TX to do it. $27,000 OBO (310)890-6878 Holly Murray http://longarmquiltingbyholly.blogspot.com/ https://www.gammill.net/images/products/statler_spec_sheet.pdf "Statler stitcher® The Statler Stitcher® utilizes computer software and hardware to operate a longarm quilting machine capable of stitching almost any design. A Gammill® machine equipped with Statler Stitcher® can handle an intricately patterned king-size quilt in a matter of hours instead of days, and is guided by the computer instead of by hand. The system can determine the pattern size, block size, stitches per inch, repetitions of the pattern and the offset of the pattern."
  14. 2009 Millennium for sale with 12 ' table. barely used, stitch regulator, auto needle positioner, quilt glide, power fabric advance, thread cutter, needle up/down, channel locks, lazer light stylus, turbo bobbin winder. Includes Quiltazoid, Ruler Mate, extended throat plate, several rulers, and other misc items, including Hartley Fence. Bliss and quilting computers may be added to this machine. Machine never used for commercial purposes. Selling due to health issues. Payment via Cashiers check required. Asking $10,800.00, you arrange for packaging and pay for shipping or pick up. Located in Northwest PA. Contact via email: lizh27@gmail.com Looking for a machine, make an offer, willing to deal! 15 miles west of Erie, Pa.
  15. A-1 Elite Longarm Quilting Machine near Baltimore, MD PRICE REDUCED 12' table with 17" quilting space Ergo Lift Stitch Rite Stitch Regulator with needle positioner Batting access Laser light and stylus Groovy Board and stylus King ruler base Mini handlebars Remote control for Ergo Lift Zipper leaders Bobbin winder, M size bobbins and needles Stewart Plank Maintenance Video & machine manual Batting feed (stores and feeds batting from under the table) 2 pair adjustable tensioning straps Pantograph patterns Machine runs smoothly, well maintained and is in excellent shape. Originally bought in 2006. I am upgrading to computer driven machine. I am willing to do some training before the machine is taken down for transport. Buyer is responsible for pick up, transportation and set up costs. Machine is located in Maryland Price: $7000
  16. SOLD:Tin Lizzie 18LS Longarm quilting machine $3,500 For sale: TinLizzie18 LS long arm quilting machine with Falcon frame. It has the Lizzie Stitch (stitch regulated), manual stitch (speed control), and gooseneck lighting. Additional to the machine and frame, I am including the ruler base table for ruler work, laser light for panto graphs, micro handle bars for micro stitching, leaders, bungee clamps. These are normally additional costs and the bars on the frame, do not normally come included, but they will go with the purchase. The stitch regulation allows for smooth and consitant stitch lengthsand makes for beautiful quilting. The back of the frame, has a built in table, for pantograph work. Those are beautiful designed rolls off paper, that you can follow with the laser light and create beautiful, professional looking, quilting designs. They take you from a novice to a pro instantly. I would like to sell my machine for $3,500 with all the extras. If you are interested, inbox me and I will be back to you. Thank you. Shipping not included. I am located in Creston Iowa All original boxes manual, and dvd included. Thanks for looking
  17. This Machine is now sold. The Long and Short of It (no pun intended) I got this millennium in 2005 and opened my business shortly afterward. This machine has served me well for 9 years. I’ve met some great quilters and great quilt teachers. I’d like to say I’ve quilted many beautiful quilts on it, but I’ll leave that for you to decide. (See my gallery at www.heartsdelightquilting.com) I’ve loved the creative and technical challenge of custom quilting on a hand-guided machine. But after 9 years, I was feeling like I was on the flat part of the learning curve, and also feeling like my machine deserved some professional servicing. But taking it off line for two weeks minimum and investing another $1500 for APQS to service it always stopped me. What happened? I learned that a friend of a friend wanted to get rid of her 2009 Millenium with Intellistitcher. Privacy and expediency were paramount. But such a deal! Well, how could I pass that up? Whatever its condition, I could sell one of the machines and service the other. And maybe I could learn Intellistitcher. At this price, I wouldn’t have to master it and use it all the time to justify its cost. My husband’s only concern was, “We don’t have room for two machines.” So I jumped. A friend with an SUV helped me transport for the promise of a very nice dinner. (I’m thinking Chez Panisse?) My husband helped me off-load my 2005 and on-load the 2009. Did I mention it has the Bliss Track System? Oh, and Automatic Lift and Automatic Quilt Advance System. It made it a challenge for Charlie and me to disassemble as I was unfamiliar with them. And Marcel (hubby) and I needed to offload the old rails and put on the new. Forget the lift and auto advance systems for now. Anyway, there I was with a new strange machine with a tablet thing on top sitting on my frame in my studio. It was new, it was different. There were no manuals for it. There were indications that the former owner had tension problems with it. (A towa gauge and top tension gauges were included, she later gave me a huge bag of prewound bobbins and the magic cone of thread that was “the key to the tension.”) It would run on when I paused. I sat on it for a long while. Was this new one really better? Do I really want to sell “old reliable?” Time passed while I fretted. I finally hunkered down and did a sampler quilt. I figured out the tension. I figured out the little switch that turns off the run-on quilting (didn’t you know, that’s a “feature!”) I did another customer quilt, a queen size. The Bliss Tracking System really is easy on the arms. I can quilt longer without noticing. Wow, this new machine is nice. But is that disloyal to “old faithful?” No, I decided. All the APQS machines are wonderful. And they all deserve to be put in use and not mothballed. So I was sharing with my “Zen Friend” my journey. Her response? Wow, good karma. Yes, and I’m honored to be the recipient of it. And I need to pass that karma on. First, by moving the dismantled machine out from behind the couch in my living room to honor Marcel (DH) and his incredible patience and support. (He hasn’t complained once, and now it’s like I don’t even see it there, but I think he does.) Second, by offering a really good deal to someone else. So here it is: her practically new leaders with zippers and measuring tapes galore go to the buyer. (Whatever smudges and pinholes I put in my leaders, I’m willing to keep.) Her feather light clamps go with the machine. (My pinning system learned from Dawn Cavanaugh works just fine for me.) Her Microdrive Handles, Hartley Base Expander with 2 guides, and Hartley Spool Holder are duplicates and go to the buyer. The Hydraulic Lift ($1500 value), and Automatic Quilt Advance System ($1350 value) are luxuries that I don’t need. But neither does the buyer. So I’m separating them out from the purchase price. Give me a good offer on them and they’re yours, with or without the machine. Here’s the skinny on the machine: It quilts like a dream, but after quilting a while, it sometimes stutters on stitch regulation in the horizontal direction. It doesn’t stitch a bad stitch, it just hesitates. So I stop quilting, go around to the back, jiggle the connections, check the wheels, and start up again, and it works just fine. I’ve talked to Amy, and have been told that a servicing will take care of that, give it new boards, and give a one-year warranty on it. That costs $1500. I would do it in advance of selling it, but then the new buyer wouldn’t have the warranty (it’s non-transferrable, I asked.) So I’ll credit the cost of getting it serviced. And now that I’ve sewn on the Bliss Rails, I highly recommend them. You can upgrade this machine to Bliss for $1000, so I’ll credit that, too. (You should have as nice a machine as I now have.) I’m not sure of the location or condition of the box to ship it back to Iowa for servicing, so I’ll credit the cost for them to ship a new box to you. That’s $100. I have a bunch of templates and books that I’ve outgrown, so I’ll include those. You can have the towa and top tension gauges, though I don’t think you’ll need them. You can even have that big bag of pre-wound bobbins. I don’t use them, but you might want to. APQS is selling this era machine for $8700. That brings my offer to $6100 ($8700-1500-1000-100). Hydraulic Lift optional at $750 OBO. If you have a truck or SUV, I will help you transport it and set it up. Either that or we can ask Charlie to transport again for the price of a nice dinner. (Who are we kidding, he’d rather have Giants tickets.) Now that I think of it, if you want to buy the Intelliquilter and the StiQ, I’ll give you a good deal on that as well. You have to do the research, though. I don’t have manuals and I don’t know how to set it up yet. Let’s say, $6000. No OBO as I might still get it in gear and learn it myself. Here’s the short of it: 2005 Millenium with 10 foot table*: $6100 Intelliquilter with StiQ: $6000 Hydraulic Lift: $750 OBO All available together or separately. *stitch regulator, automatic needle positioner, bobbin thread cutter, Smart bobbin (L), laser light, bobbin winder, power advance, Hartley base expander and two guides, Quick Zip leaders with spare zippers and measuring tapes attached, Hartley Micro-Drive, Hartley Spool Holder Call or write, Marty Provencher 408 396-0396 martyprovencher@yahoo.com HeartsDelightQuilting.com
  18. Sold-Reduced Tin Lizzie 18 LS for sale, only used for personal quilts, approximately 5 years old. Includes 10 ft table (able to make smaller). Machine has the automatic stitch regulator, auto needle positioner, front and back handles, laser light with panographs, flex light, large bobbin with automatic winding bobbins and will include all items for machine, such as extra bobbins, clear table for ruler quilting and cloth headers with measurements on them. Asking $2999, or best offer. Need the room in my family room due to life changes. Machine is like new. Machine is 37" by 17". Buyer responsible for pickup and or delivery. gsuntken4@gmail.com
  19. Hi! I've had this problem for awhile and have worked around it, but now it's becoming very bothersome. I have a Liberty. When I set my stitch regulator to, let's say, 11, by the time I'm done with the row it's dropped to 5. If I stitch in manual mode it starts off fine and then the motor sounds like it is going slower and slower and my stitches become longer and longer. I have cleaned everything, taken off the metal cover near the front of my machine and checked that all the plugs were plugged in and seated properly. I've cleaned the encoder wheels and they look fine. Any ideas what to do next? Thanks!
  20. Well maintained. Wonderful machine. Selling due to upgrade. Bought for $12,000 asking $5,995 12 foot metal table Stitch Regulator Laser Light Power Fabric Advance and Foot Control M&M wheels (less than 5 quilts done with them) After market LED lights Hartley Base Expander Black Fluorescent Bulb Turbo Bobbin Winder All manuals and DVD Located approximately 1 hour north of DFW area. You pick up or pay shipping. (Have all original boxes.)
  21. FOR SALE 2001 APQS Millenium - Pending
  22. For Sale - Little Gracie II quilting frame with Sure-Stitch stitch regulator. Can accommodate up to a queen size quilt. You can use your home sewing machine on this frame to do free-motion quilting. Email me for details. sharon@masse.com Selling for $700 for both frame and stitch regulator.
  23. As you can see from the photos I have 2........yep......2 longarms sitting in my sewing studio... Grrrrrrrrrrrreat! That is if you are in business.............. Looking to sell my Gammill........so step up to the plate if you are thinking of your next move to a longarm.....you can realize your dream! I can feel the pinch........ Contact BobbieSue Layersandthreads@me.com
  24. Non-smoking 2 chihuahuas not allowed in sewing room Paypal preferred. Machine was purchased in December 2006. Only 2 quilt tops completed with it. MIL passed and I was graced with her machine/frame combo. Absolutely nothing wrong with machine. Comes with all feet, accessories and expansion table top. I believe I still have the original box to ship in. $500 + shipping costs Will send pictures upon request Grace Sure Stitch Regulator for sale as well. Was used for this machine and Lil Gracie frame. Minimal use as well 2 quilts only. $300 + shipping costs I highly recommend insurance be purchased at time of shipping. I will sell as a package for $750 + shipping costs. Cindy V gsmclerk@yahoo.com