Over The Top

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    Over The Top got a reaction from Ohiorn34 in REDUCED!!! APQS Millie with all supplies - Now $8500   
    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

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    Over The Top got a reaction from Chigger Creek Quilter in APQS Millie and Quilting Business Supplies   
    REDUCED!!  The price for this total 'start a quilting business' system is now $8500.  That's a $3000 reduction and an excellent price for a turn key business opportunity.
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    Over The Top got a reaction from Primitive1 in Skipped stitches ONLY in straight line   
    Re-timing did the trick!   even though we had not broken a needle nor did the position of the hook assembly seems off, it was.   So, retiming was the answer.
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    Over The Top got a reaction from dbams in Skipped stitches ONLY in straight line   
    Re-timing did the trick!   even though we had not broken a needle nor did the position of the hook assembly seems off, it was.   So, retiming was the answer.
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    Over The Top got a reaction from Beachside Quilter in Skipped stitches ONLY in straight line   
    Re-timing did the trick!   even though we had not broken a needle nor did the position of the hook assembly seems off, it was.   So, retiming was the answer.