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  1. We are moving so I must part with my quilting machine. It is a basic free motion machine. The APQS Ultimate. The table is 14' long. I use it with 2 rails, that works great for me, but I do have all the rails, 5 total. It has handles front and back. Also it has the pantograph plexiglass, with a couple of rolls included. It includes a laser pointer for easily doing pantographs. I last used it in December 2016, which is the last picture. It has been covered and sitting since then so probably could use a service.
  2. Hello there. Just bought and set up a used Ultimate xx, and the button controls on the ergo handles are not talking to the machine. Any suggestions? thanks! —Joan
  3. We are moving and I cannot take my machine with me. I have a 2005 Ultimate 1 for $5,500. This machine is a real workhorse. It has single stitch, lower thread cutter, separate bobbin winder, batting storage bar 14 ft. table. The machine is a 26". You can do pantographs or freehand with this machine. I personally specialized in custom freehand. I especially enjoy doing featherwork. We are moving soon so I am eager to sell. All reasonable offers will be considered. Buyer is responsible for tear down, transportation and setup. JLQuilting2@gmail.com 419-545-2192 I am located in the Mansfield, Ohio area
  4. Hi I'm needing to upgrade my quilting situation. I would like a Handiquilter Studio Frame (already have a Hq16, just need to upgrade the frame). I would also be interested in an Ultimate frame and machine. I'm in the DFW area. Thank you!
  5. SOLD!!! We are moving and I cannot take my machines with me. I have a 2005 APQS Ultimate 1 that is a real workhorse. This is a 26" machine. It comes with a 14' table with batting storage underneath. Includes laser stylus, bobbin winder, bobbins, bobbin cases, needles, manual, pantos and oil, single stitch button, lower thread cutter, manual channel locks, canvas leaders, side clamps. The machine is currently set up. Price is $5,500. I am eager to sell. All reasonable offers will be considered. Located in Mansfield, Ohio area. JLQuilting2@gmail.com 419-545-2192. Buyer is responsible for tear down, transportation and setup. I may be able to deliver depending on where you are located.
  6. Delivery available!! - $4750 - Ultimate 1, 14 foot table -Want to sell my 1999 model Ultimate 1 APQS long arm quilting machine. I am the second owner. It is a reliable work horse deluxe in great condition! You can do great edge-to-edge work with it and do micro-stippling and tiny feathers/designs. This machine can stitch in any fashion that you desire. The Ultimate 1 has a 26" throat, with 2014 - APQS table legs, rollers and Texas Hold 'em system attached to original aluminum glide table top. Since the table is 14' long, it has stabilizer bars that span from end to end under the rails. Comes with 12 feet of Plexiglas top for edge-to-edge pattern placement. My husband recently refurbished the machine, using APQS parts, including new M&M wheels on both carriage and sewing head, new motor brushes, new thread tension, new timing, newly installed electronic needle up/ needle down function. Machine does not have stitch regulator, does have a thread cutter. Package includes new laser light, Hartley base expander and ruler, numerous "L" bobbins, oil and some edge to edge patterns. This is a good, clean, reliable machine, ready to quilt! Machine is available for pick-up, or delivery for a fee within 100 miles of 75090. We do have a trailer that we can haul the long parts on. Located in Sherman, TX. Thank you, Peggy Abernathy pkabernat@hotmail.com
  7. I'm looking for a used longarm quilting machine. I would like an APQS ultimate, Handy Quilter, maybe even a grace frame. There are so many to ask about, but my determining factor is cost as compared to use-ability. I'm in the Dallas area. Thank you, Jan
  8. Hi Everyone, I'm new to this forum but not to long arm quilting. I had a Millennium for 5 years. Here's my query : I have a distant relative who has an Ultimate XX in storage (1990 I believe). She used it for her decorating business to make bedspreads and I would guess it has many hours on it. She wants me to take it home, set it up and make her an offer. I am expecting quite a bit of work to get it running. It's a huge machine! It has a 14' wooden table with metal legs. Does anyone have any idea what I should offer her once I get it up and running? I want to get a good price but be fair to family. Also, how difficult will it be to get parts? One more thing, is this machine difficult to move around if quilting intricate designs? Thanks all! Kristi
  9. We have an old style APQS Table for sale. Size is 14 feet. Now on Ebay. Just go to Ebay and type APQS in the search engine. you should find it. bidding started at 99 dollars and is now 130. Bidding ends this Sunday.