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  1. Does the scrim on cotton batting go next to the backing or up next to the top?????
  2. Where are you located? What year is the machine? Does this include bobbin winder? Thanks Carol ODell roxie13052@yahoo.com
  3. don't tell them you are quilting for a business
  4. Ultimate II is 20" I made my pantos 1 row wider for the Millie that way I can max my sewing space without rolling the quilt. I use freezer paper to make them bigger. Carol
  5. I kept upgrading till I got the machine I wanted. which is a Millie. I bought the first one new, the others, were used. I liked the gammill the least because of being so hard to time. Carol
  6. The Ultimate II has a 20" throat. I even quilted large quilts on it. No it did not hurt my neck or back. The Gammill was heavy but it was a heavier, bigger machine. It was hard to time. I have to time 4 things to get it working again. I am going to stay with APQS.
  7. I sold my first quilter ,Ultimate II, because I bought a grocery store. When that didn't work I bought a used Gammill had a stitch reg put on it he didn't know what he was doing it would never run full speed again. Bought another Ultimate II for a machine to do small things. Then I bought a used Millie because I was dying for stitch reg, which I don't use it. lol. Sold my ultimate II to someone else because I had health problems. Still have Millie and don't plan on letting her go because I am much better.I have been machine quilting for 22 years. Carol
  8. I love APQS. I have had 2 Ultimate ll's , a Gammill Classic and now a Millie. The Gammill was fine but timing was really tough ,4 things to time. . The APQS's were easy 2 time.
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