oceanwavesqc

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  1. Here's a list of what's included: APQS Millennium Longarm Quilting Machine (2006), 26" throat on a 14 foot universal aluminum alloy table which can be cut down to any size to accommodate your space. Free Delivery and Set-up within New England Region! Located in Exeter, RI and available for test drive! Single owner, well cared for machine in a smoke-free home with lots of special features, add-ons and accessories. Used for approximately 60-80 quilts per year, both E2E and custom. Voltage 120V 50/60 Hz, runs on standard household current. Multi-position ergonomically design
  2. Used in a smoke free home setting on approximately 75-90 quilts (custom and E2E) per year. 14' table with power advance. Loads of extras: 2 bases (Hartley and Reeve), built-in light box, custom light bar, new heavy duty leaders, stand-alone bobbin winder, 2 spool thread holder, microdrive handles, templates, 110 bobbins, needles, Edge rider wheels (plus extra set), extra bobbins case, laser light with front needle attachment and lots of other extras too. $10,000 Will deliver and set-up in New England region Pat Harrison Exeter, RI 401-667-0214 oceanwavesqc@verizon.net
  3. Hi, I'm hosting the wonderfully talented Irena Bluhm in my studio in Rhode Island in October.Quilts designed in her 2 day workshop are eligible to be considered for her upcoming book titled "Let's Make a Winner"! All workshops will have a limit of 6 students. There will be two machine heads on my 14 foot table in my 500 sq. ft studio. Students will have ample table space for design work. See pictures of my studio at my webshots. Hope you can join us! Here are the class listings: Thursday, October 25th, 2007 Irena?s unique background designs and allovers-confident beginner/intermed
  4. Jackie, I have a Gammill Classic I/S Turbo CL that I bought in 1999 and used steadily. Very little trouble with the machine itself but have found since I got my Millie that the tension problems are gone, my hearing is improving from the much quieter machine, it is equally smooth, much lighter and my DH says I'm finally getting the hang of NOT looking like I'm driving a Mack truck. When I purchased my Gammill I was clueless as to what was what and it was really all that was readily available in New England. I just wish I'd bought the Millie sooner - but alas - college tuitionj payments have j