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  3. I hate to rain on your parade with the new feet, but you might want try this too. Place a white index card or stiff piece of paper under your hopping foot. Then lower the hopping foot, and allow the needle to punch threw the paper. With the needle full down, draw a line around the outside of your hopping foot, being sure to keep the pencil close (same distance) around the hopping foot. Then raise your needle, and look at the card. Is your needle exactly in the middle of the hopping foot? On my APQS, it is not. As I have the new style hopping feet, I cannot slightly bend the foot
  4. Yes, you and I are on the same page! However, see how difficult it was to type in a message? This is what happens when I get quilting, it is too stressful and complicated, thus, why I am looking for the feet. To most people this probably isn't a big deal, but in my mind it is, because that is how I sew and piece, very precise. I have always been a perfectionist, has to be perfect. May in time I won't be so critical, fingers crossed.
  5. The Gammill website does not make shopping easy, but could you possibly change out the entire hopping foot bar with a new foot that is a True Quarter? If that is not possible, can you remove the hopping foot? If so you could either buff off 1/32 from the hopping foot, or possibly find a CNC company that would do it with more precision. You could also place a strip of colored see-though tape 1/32 below your primary 1/4 inch ruler line so when you place the ruler using the tape, you get a true 1/4 inch stitch line. This would work for a straight edge ruler, but for circles or other
  6. I have a customer looking for a Millennium as soon As possible I would be able to pick it up this week they are ready to buy with no delays
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  8. Machine only - Frame not included Almost New - Purchased March 2020 and used lightly until September 2020 Includes ruler base and 3-piece hopping foot set (valued at $286.90+13%tax) $4850 CAN$ (no tax) This Q’nique 15R comes with a ruler base and 3-piece hopping foot set, as well as four M-Class bobbins and Size 16 and 18 needles to get you started on your longarm adventures. Stitch counter reads less than 7 total hours of stitching. I am selling my 15R because I have purchased a 21 Pro (couldn’t resist the recent package deal!). I have really enjoyed the 15R and it produces b
  9. I should have just read the forum! Found one! N
  10. Warm and Natural is all cotton. I use it more in "summer" quilts or in wall hangings. If you want warmth, look into poly / cotton blends, or all poly if you like. They hold more warmth. Nancy
  11. Thanks, but she sells the one for newer machines. I need the one with a longer shank and 2 holes for screws.
  12. You post appears to be spam. This is a quilting forum - not toilets.
  13. Bold Notion Quilting sells a scoop foot. Have you checked there? She's on Facebook or you can go to her website She is an APQS dealer.
  14. Does anyone know where I can purchase a scoop foot for my 2015 Lenni? The only ones I can find are for newer machines. thanks!
  15. You’re absolutely right and math was my strong subject fifty years ago. I haven’t had my coffee yet. So you would have to take a 1/32 off the edge of the ruler but I’m sure that is not an acceptable solution either. I’m not helping so I’ll be quiet now. Nigel
  16. Thank you for your suggestion, but the problem is that the 9/16" foot is 1/16" larger, so I need to reduce the foot by that much.
  17. Lorri Maybe you could wrap a couple of turns of electrical tape or similar around your hopping foot to increase the diameter to the true half inch. It would be an inexpensive fix until you find the exact feet you are looking for. Nigel
  18. Since the hopping foot that comes on the Gammill is 9/16" when you line the edge of that up with the ruler you are not getting a true and accurate 1/4" inch. If you continue lining your rule up 1/2", 3/4" etched ruler lines, the spacing is not accurate. In other words, I have to mark my quilt tops and then stitch on the marked lines for accuracy. This adds a considerable amount of time to the quilting process and I am running the risk of the marked lines staining the quilt top. Also they have a spoon foot in the set that from what I understand is very helpful when working with patc
  19. Hello, I want to make this quilt but the pattern is no longer available. Would you be willing to sell your copy? Thank you...Joy
  20. I want some type of images that can help to increase the image of my wall. I already sees fantastic images on the website which I mentioned. Best toto toilet
  21. Lorri: I'm having a hard time understanding what you hope to accomplish with the "quick change feet" Gammill used to offer. Maybe you can elaborate. Thanks. Jim
  22. Hello All, I am looking for feet to fit my Gammill Vision. Apparently Gammill is no longer offering the "quick change feet." So, I am reaching out to see if perhaps someone has a set that they are not using and would consider selling. I am having trouble using the lines on my ruler for accurate spacing, perhaps others have suggestions? Any advice is appreciated!
  23. Hello. I wonder what you have for feet and if you would consider selling them separate from the machine. II can be reached at 603-648-2683. Thanks so much.
  24. Hello, Donna. I am wondering what you have for optional feet, and if you would consider selling them apart from the machine. Thanks. I can be contacted at or 603-648-2683. Thanks so much!
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