Over The Top

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  1. 2001 Millennium – 14’ table – many extras – $8500.


    Previously used in a successful longarm business. Sale necessitated by death in the family. Comes with everything you may need to start your longarm quilting journey.


    • Power Fabric Advance (valued at $1,350)
    • Circle Lord and dozens of templates (valued at over $1,200)
    • Hartley Fence (valued at $600)
    • Hartley Microdrive handles (valued at $200)
    • Variety of batting packages (valued at $200)
    • Batting rack
    • Dozens of spools of Signature thread
    • Dozens of paper pantographs
    • Miscellaneous straight pins, pin holders and other notions

    We estimate the value of this package to be about $16,000 but it’s priced at $8500. It is located in Sequin, TX and you would be responsible for transportation to your location.


    Contact us at info@overthetopquilting.com



  2.  2001 Millennium – 14’ table – many extras – $11,500.


    Previously used in a successful longarm business. Sale necessitated by death in the family. Comes with everything you may need to start your longarm quilting journey.


    • Power Fabric Advance (valued at $1,350)
    • Circle Lord and dozens of templates (valued at over $1,200)
    • Hartley Fence (valued at $600)
    • Hartley Microdrive handles (valued at $200)
    • Variety of batting packages (valued at $200)
    • Batting rack
    • Dozens of spools of Signature thread
    • Dozens of paper pantographs
    • Miscellaneous straight pins, pin holders and other notions

    We estimate the value of this package to be about $16,000 but it’s priced at $11,500. It is located in Sequin, TX and you would be responsible for transportation to your location.


    Contact us at info@overthetopquilting.com



  3. We believe we have to adjust the encode wheel that controls the left to right movement on our Blissed Millie with Quilt Path.     We are getting skipped stitches (with no holes under the long thread) only when moving from left to right.    How do I adjust the left to right encoder wheel when it in contained in the carriage?   I assume it is associated with the wheel that runs on the Bliss rails. 


  4. Mark, I was able to quilt an entire very large quilt with no problems last week. I used a variety of threads and all went well. Today, I back to using Bottom Line on top and nothing is successful, straight lines and curves! I've buffed the needle plate thoroughly so I'm pretty sure that's no longer the issue. The hook assembly seems perfectly smooth too.

    I tried a heavier weight thread right now and the shredding is reduced but the stitch quality is not great in places - the top thread is loose every so often.

    Any other ideas to fix this are appreciated!


  5. Barb, the problem first occurred when I was working with the original quilt.  When I could not figure out how to fix it, I took the quilt off, put on a practice piece and tried again.   Straight lines caused the thread to keep breaking but normal curvy quilting was fine.   So I decided to just try again with the original quilt.   Same thing.  Straight lines were disastrous, curves and points etc were fine.   I just don't get it!


  6. We are baffled.   While securing a top to the batting and backing using a stitch regulated and channel locked straight line, the thread shreds and comes out of the needle.   After we made some adjustments,  we tested the machine, making circles, curves, and points, etc.  All was good.   We put the quilt back on, resumed basting the quilt to the batting with a straight line, the thread continued to shred!    What could possibly be the issue that caused this problem to occur???   And the thread keeps coming out of the needle eye, again when only doing straight lines.   We are at a loss as to what to adjust next.