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I was watching a thread about lennie, now I can't seem to locate it? I asked a question about this new machine and went to see if it was answered and i can't seem to locate the thread am I going crazy or was it removed?

( I am thinking information got released to early before the birth?)

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I asked a question, as well. Hummm. I can't find the post either. I wondered what the difference is between a Lenni and a Liberty.


Sandra Darlington

Darlington Quilts

2005 APQS Liberty, Circle Lord Enhanced

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Oh no Linda, can't be, Millie's have to be girls they are so cooperative. ;)

Lenni must be a sit down machine like George, hint that is why they have male names.

Just kidding to all the wonderful DH and male quilters or......

Me and my big mouth:D


Sheryl

Sheryl Hardy

APQS Sales Representative

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I checked out Lennie at the country lane quilting website. What a cutie-pie he is! Sounds like a great set up. Hey, does this mean all you Millie owners have to change your machine's names now that it's been discovered the Millenium is male?

Gable


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No name change for mine! HE was only a SHE, named "Millie" for about 2 hours. After working with the machine for that long, I knew "it" needed a s_x change and a name change. HE is now Adonis and I've been in love with him for almost 7 years now. :P

Now, about Lenni. "He" is a stand-up machine, just like the Liberty, but has been "down-scaled". Here's the great part! Lenni has the amazing APQS stitch regulator!!!! It also comes with a 10' table that is PORTABLE and can be stored under the bed or in a closet. Just think of all the places you could take this new baby and show him off!!

Lenni has a 20" throat and only weighs 32 pounds. I'm thinking I need one to take on holidays, since I go into withdrawal during that time. ;)


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Hey, I just checked out Lenni on the Country Lane quilting web site. Cool! Remember when the birth announcement said "He has his father's eyes." well last week, I took that "hint" to mean it was stitch regulated. So, I suppose my guess was correct! ;)

And now that we learn that our Millennium's are actually male gender, then I suppose I could change my name from "Mademoiselle Madeline Millennium" to "Mister Maximilian Millennium" hmmm....


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OKAY He has his fathers eyes but "she" is named after her mother Millie. "HE" was a typo :P Something this sweet has to be a girl;)

Myrna


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Whew, thanks Myrna...cause I was thinking...my Millie's name is Lucy...does that mean I change her name to Larry??:o Because I knew a guy once names Randy...who became Renee on Saturday nights, if ya know what I mean:o


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I can see sooo many possibilties for a portable Machine. Darlene, I was thinking along the same lines. Not only do I not have my Millie yet but I'm already worrying about what I'll do when I have to take a trip!!


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Myrna to the rescue. I was thinking that my poor dear grandmother was turning in her grave to think I named this wonderful male machine after her. No way! I quilt on the very feminane, fabulous and of course INCREDIBLE Miss Lizzie. It's ok Mamaw you can rest in peace.


Sheryl

Sheryl Hardy

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Sew....is this portable table like the regular table, only easier to take apart and reassemble? Or, does it look totally different. This has my interest peaked. Can you work on the back for pantos? What are the differences between the Liberty and the Lenni?


Sandra Darlington

Darlington Quilts

2005 APQS Liberty, Circle Lord Enhanced

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DarlingtonQuilts@Gmail.com

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Why does it take after it's father the millineum when it's really a portable Liberty? Does this mean the Liberty is the mother? And how come the woman do all the work but the men get all the credit? LOL

Joann

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One more thing if the table is able to fold up/or able to be stored under the bed and is portable, then how is the quilt tops, backings and batting attatched? does it have leaders?

Ok now I am really curious as to what this whole set up looks like...pictures please of the whole thing set up ;)

Joann

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We will have complete answers to all your questions soon. The table is completely different with vertical wheels. We will post pictures as soon as they become available. There will be a Lenni at MQS.

John


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Yes, please post pictures asap. I can't go to MQS, unless I win the lottery in the next fews days:) I am really curious about Lenni!


Sandra Darlington

Darlington Quilts

2005 APQS Liberty, Circle Lord Enhanced

sandradarlington@aol.com or

DarlingtonQuilts@Gmail.com

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Go to countrylanequilting.com and click on new baby announcement.

John


Technician for Country Lane Quilting

KenQuilt and CompuQuilter Sales/Service.

Authorized Hartley Products Dealer.

Website www.countrylanequilting.com

email countrylanequilting@gmail.com

John Cell Phone 816-686-7636

Studio 816-350-2002

Fax 816-350-0030

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This is making me nuts!!!! I got the notice that pictures and information about this wonderful new machine would be available June 1. Curiosity was killing me as I was out of town June 1 for my DH's 50th high school reunion and we would be staying at my MIL's with NO INTERNET. I just got home and raced to my computer do see what it was. But I'm still dying of curiosity. Where's the picture of this wonderful table? Where's pictures of so many things about this new machine? How can I start rationalizing a $10,000 expense with so few details? Oh, APQS, please, please, pretty please with a cherry on top, give me more details and more pictures.

Kathy in MD

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Be patient...good things come to those that wait. We will ALL share everything we know when we are at liberty to do so.


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YEAH I got to see Lenni's table today here at MQS when we were unloading machines for the class rooms.

Wednesday is (her)coming out party.

Myrna


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