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Selling my Millie (2006) 12'ft table with Intelliquilter full version (super motors). Extensive pattern library to quilt to your heart's content. Here's a wonderful opportunity to get a great deal & start LA quilting for less than 1/2 the cost of new! Well maintained dealers machine & IQ (hundred's of pattern's) Original owner, excellent condition and well cared for and serviced professionally. Ergo lift, motorized power fabric advance, M & M wheels, Turbo power bobbin winder, base expander & rulers, MANY bobbins & threads (too many to count) oil, needles, saddle stool, zippered leaders, laser light for pantos. I can help getting you started & on your way in your successful quilting with tips and pointers. Machine is currently set up & ready for test drives. Machine & IQ priced to sell at $16,000 obo, located in Corvallis, Oregon. (541.740.5828)
lizh27 posted a topic in For Sale - Used Quilting Machines2009 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: email@example.com Looking for a machine, make an offer, willing to deal! 15 miles west of Erie, Pa.
I am so embarrassed at my stupidity....but I did learn something.... I went to wind a bobbin on my turbo bobbin winder and the thread would not stay in the tension disc. I could not for the life of me figure it out so I went to the forum to see if I could find some info.I found out others had a few issues with engaging the machine to start winding the bobbins,Thank god I thought I was the only one that had that problem, I now can engage it with no problem, but that was not why I am writing this thread so here goes I am going to admit to my stupidity....when I am done filling a bobbin I cut the thread about 10-12 before and after the tension area. When I put on another color I tie it on and pull through the tension area this saves me from threading through the eye and wrapping it around the tension disc the treading it through the other eye. Smart EH!!(that is a Canadian saying) but this time I tied to the wrong end and pulled it through backwards...Duh...I will not wind backwards. Please have a giggle on my expense Life is to short not to laugh at your stupidity