mlcordova

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  1. I finally figured out how to reduce the picture size to post them!
  2. SOLD This is a 1999 model which had been used for display/demonstration and was refurbished by APQS. It came with a new 10 foot Lenni Stowaway Table, which disassembles into 5 foot sections. I later purchased a 1/4" foot for use rullers, which is included in addition to the original spoon shaped foot. The manual is also included. I am offering everything for $3,500. This is a great machine & APQS has been wonderfully supportive! Unfortunately I've only found time to finish about 7 quilts in the 2 years I've owned it, so it has had very little use. Working full time & having 4 kids, I overestimated the amount of free time I'd have. "Sally" or as my husband says, "The Quilting Beast" needs a new home. I live in Uniontown, Northeast Ohio and am open to pick-up or shipping options. I paid about $200 in freight with my purchase. The machine head was in the largest box & even the rollers are in 5 foot sections, so this would fit easily in a pick-up truck or a van with stow away seating. I was able to assemble the table and set up the machine by myself in one afternoon, with very good instructions & one phone call to APQS. Feel free to contact me with any questions at mlcordova_atty@yahoo.com or call (330) 280-6857. Thank you! Michelle
  3. I thought I remember reading on here that there is a hopping foot available for the Ultimate II, but I wasn't able to find it for sale on the APQS site. Does anyone know?
  4. It's such a relief to hear that I'm not the only one scared of my new machine. I bought a used Ultimate II. My daughter named her Sally, but my husband calls her the Quilting Beast. It arrived the week before Christmas and took me two evenings to assemble. Then the holidays came & went. I went back to work full time, then took another evening to level the table and another to get the leaders on. I've found myself making excuses why I haven't actually used my machine much, like putting away holiday decorations, etc. but the fact is I'm intimidated. Thanks for the advice! When I get home tonight I'm going to quilt!!!
  5. Jody, We spoke yesterday & I just have another question. Would you mind a freight company picking up & packaging the machine? What is your zip code? Thanks, Michelle