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  2. I am very interested, but have never quilted on a longarm, is it difficult? Would love to see it.
  3. Hello Lynn Did you receive my message from yesterday?
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  5. Hi Cyndi, I'd be glad to contact you via email. I'm guessing that there is more to your email. I'll look forward to hearing from you. Lynn
  6. Thank you for responding. My email is cynthiacwolfley. Could we contact this way?
  7. so alwaysquilts what did you do to fix the problem. my quilter is having same problem. but also read where room temp mite be a problem??
  8. I have a 2012 Ansley 26 machine for sale with Perfect Stitch Software with a 10" tablet on a 12 ft Phoenix Table. The machine works perfectly, currently finishing up a quilt. Comes with a ruler table. Buyer responsible for shipment or pick-up in Urbandale, IA Are you interested? Lets Talk, Shirley 515-360-9484
  9. This was a demo, refurbished at the factory and sold to me. It's a 2013 that has seen light use. It has been maintained well and I have thread, spare parts, and instruction manuals. We are downsizing and poor Millie just won't fit. I would entertain almost any offer. I'm in the Rochester area. Looking forward to hearing from you. L
  10. Hi Cyndi, This was a demo, refurbished at the factory and sold to me. It's a 2013 that has seen light use. It has been maintained well and I have thread, spare parts, and instruction manuals. We are downsizing and poor Millie just won't fit. I would entertain almost any offer. I'm in the Rochester area. Looking forward to hearing from you. L
  11. Hello. I am interested in the price and details you have to offer on this machine. I look forward to hearing from you. Thank you.
  12. As an owner of one of the cheaper option frames that you place your regular sewing machine on, I can attest you have no worry about competition from me or anyone using said devices. They can do a quilt, but chances are it will take us 10 times as long. Constant movement of the quilt on the frame, lack of computerization to facilitate a timely product are just a couple reasons.If I get more than two or three quilts done this year, I'll be real surprised. Now if you are approaching this as a business, and willing to invest in a quality top of the line long arm with automation features, plus have the space, and additional materials like batting, thread, backing etc. And most of all, patience to deal with people who are always expecting a deal, or a quick turn around etc., or want you to fix their shoddy work... well maybe it may pay for itself in time. But do it for the love of quilting, not to make money or provide income. You will certainly be disappointed. There are many more people getting out of the business than getting in. Many for the wrong reasons. The truly dedicated and enthusiastic ones will find a way to bring joy to their lives, and be a success, but not everyone measures success in $.
  13. Well taken care of 36" Ultimate I on a 14' all steel table. Lots of extras, new updated needle bar with ruler foot, extender table, Hartley fence and lots and lots of accessories. $3500 or reasonable offer. Portland, OR metro area. Contact Debbie @ 503-665-0849 Pictures available for e-mailing.
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