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  • Birthday 06/12/1952

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  1. Babylock Tiara for Sale in Colonial Heights, VA Purchased new from All Brands Sewing Center in January, 2013 in Richmond, VA. Less than a dozen quilts have been quilted on the machine. Included in the sale are: · Bobbin Winder · Additional bobbin case for decorative threads · Open toe hopping foot as well as the original closed toe hopping foot. The table includes the special extension leaf and table overlay. Special LED lighting has been added to brighten the throat space. Call Evelyn Townsend at (804) 586-6919 or email townsend16@verizon.net. I will deliver the machine to the buyer within a 50 mile radius of my home. Asking $3,200 for the machine. Please call if you have any questions and I can email the photos of the machine.
  2. Hello to all, I wanted to let you know that I just sold my 2008 Millenium to a wonderful family in Winston-Salem. I encouraged her to join this forum because you are all so helpful, supportive, encouraging and just plain nice people. I am undecided as to whether I will purchase another longarm. I am thinking about a mid-arm machine, but I'm going to take some time off from quilting for awhile to catch up with the rest of my life! I have truly enjoyed the last four years as a longarmer and benefitted a great deal from everyone on this forum. I certainly hope that Cheryl, the new owner of my Millenium, joins because she seems like a very nice person and is also new to the longarm business. Thanks to all of you!!!! Evelyn
  3. 2008 APQS Millennium Longarm machine. Perfect working condition. Original owner, Have only quilted less than 25 quilts. 12 foot standard aluminum table with Plexiglas, motorized fabric advance with C motor and foot control, Ergonomic handles, lower thread cutter. electronic vertical and horizontal channel locks, stitch regulator, single stitch & needle up/down, built in laser light, small base plate extender, turbo bobbin winder, horizontal dual spool holder, extra needles, bobbins, additional bobbin case, and original set up and maintenance manual. Located in Colonial Heights, Virginia. Free delivery within a two hour drive of Richmond, VA. Price $11,999. I am selling to upgrade to a newer model. The machine works great and I have had three years enjoying it and learning to use a longarm. Contact Evelyn 804-530-4340
  4. That is such a labor of love and it turned out so nice.
  5. Very impressive. I love bargello but never had the courage to start one. Your quilting is perfect!
  6. Hello all. I wanted to post the quilt that I just finished. It took me over 14 months to make. There's lots of trapunto, embroidery, applique and sparkles on this quilt. I use King Tut, Sulky Sliver and So Fine to quilt it. Had to do quite alot of frogging as well along the way! Hope you like it.... A close up of the center a shot of the inner border stars. the flower has sparkles on it. a close up of another border. Used King Tut for the feathers. I have more photos in my Webshots album, http://home-and-garden.webshots.com/album/582723787jfTTan?vhost=home-and-garden Thanks,
  7. Rita, I used Shiva paintstiks to accent after I dyed painted the background and appliqued the leaves and Monkey. I used various rubbing plates to just get spots of color. I overdid the coloring so I had to throw the whole top in the washer to wash away some of the color. After the quilting was done, I selectively painted some of the quilting spaces with a yellow Marvy paint pen. The monkey faces were printed on the computer. Some of the black leaves are actually black fusible web that I put on top and then quilted to get a kind of transparency look to some of the leaves... Evelyn
  8. Fantastic job! Love the quilt design and most especially the quilting! Perfect...
  9. I wanted to share the wallhanging that I made for the annual meeting of the Richmond Quilt Guild. The theme is Africa and all the chapters were asked to make a small quilt for auction. So I volunteered for our chapter. It was a lot of fun. I hand dyed the background fabric, fused and appliqued all the leaves, monkeeys, grasses, etc. I designed the quilt using EQ7. I did some hand painting and also used decorative threads to highlight some of the leaves/grasses etc. Lots of fun. Made me smile most of the time I was working on it! I have some close up shots on my webshots album: The meeting is late March...Hope it does well. :P
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