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  1. SOrry, Only the Cogs and the Aztec is still available. I will change the post. I apologize for not doing that sooner.
  2. Hi Nancy, I sent you an email a week or so ago. Did you receive it?
  3. I have a few boards for sale Aztec - list $89, asking $15 Cogs - list $169, asking $30
  4. I just wanted to update this post to let you all know that I have sold a couple of the long boards but still have a couple left. The Mini Clam is great for quilting around applique and the Celtic Wave is very fast. Birdie is elegant. Also - I have a large box on wheels that my friend made for me specifically to store the long boards and it fits under the longarm. It will hold around 15 sets! If you have purchased some of my boards, then this box is free for you. If you didn't purchase any boards then there is a nominal cost of $25. HOWEVER, you have to be able to pick it up as this is not something I can ship. I am in the Kitchener area in Ontario, Canada. If you are interested, please contact me. Here is a picture of it:
  5. I have a number of Circle Lord boards for sale. Please message me, or email from my site www.carolinequilts.blogspot.ca. I will accept a reasonable offer if purchasing more than one. Prices are in Canadian dollars. If you are in the U.S. the price will be 25% lower. Shipping costs are not included in the price. Circle Lord Giant Boards (king) - $225 each: Birdie Celtic Wave Mini Clam Pampas Clam -- SOLD Seven Treasures of Bhudda -- SOLD Circle Lord Design Boards: Aztec - $60 Mini Aztec - $45 Cogs - $115 Spirals - $45
  6. Hi Mercedes, I think you need to mount the cog on the Circle Lord bracket (like the other small boards) in order to use it. Here, a similar board is shown in the first picture on his site (click on the picture to get a larger view): http://circlelordindex.blogspot.ca/2015/01/circlelord-designtemplates-pricelist.html If you just lie it on the back it will move around on you. Maybe you can tape it down and use it without the bracket - I'm not sure.
  7. Hi Mercedes. The Cogs would be $85 US and the Sunburst would be $60 US. I will have to get back to you on shipping. I will do an online quote to see, but won't know exactly until I bring it to the post office. Thank you,
  8. Hello, I have a number of Circle Lord giant boards and design boards for sale. You can see a full list here: http://carolinequilts.blogspot.ca/p/buy-and-sell_24.html I am in Ontario, Canada - but will mail them anywhere at the best shipping rate I can find. Shipping will be added onto your purchase once I get your address and the cost. The prices are all very reasonable - about 1/2 of what is currently advertised. Please contact me if interested or if you would like further information. Thank you,
  9. I have used Circle Lord boards from almost the day I bought my machine and love them! They helped me get up and running quilting customer quilts with ease and accuracy. The giant boards are so much easier than pantographs - and faster! I also love the cross-hatch system with the push button control. I am moving to a computerized system (sorry Michael!!!), but I still plan to keep a number of my Circle Lord components - particularly the cross-hatch system and the cross-hatch up front system (smaller boards) because I just don't think any computerized system could match the ease of use.
  10. Hi Everyone. I have finally installed Quilt Path after many years of 'thinking about it'. I removed my Bobbin Cam system as I don't think I will need it anymore - and there just wasn't room for two screens on top of my Millie! This is the original Bobbin Cam that I purchased through Sparrow Studios about 3 years ago. It comes with 2 cameras and everything you need to set up including the instructions. You might need to add some double sided tape to mount the camera as the tape adhered to my machine when I removed it. And you might need some extra industrial velcro tape to mount the cameras. These are things really that can't be used twice, and they are easily found at a hardware store. The original price was $245. I'm asking $75 (plus shipping). Below is a picture of it in use on my machine. At this time I will also be selling much of my beloved Circle Lord collection of tools. I have several giant boards and several smaller design boards. If you are interested, send me a note and I will send you a link to my complied list once it is ready. Prices will be about 1/2 of the current retail price. Thank you, Caroline
  11. Hi! I haven't been on the forum lately. I guess I got kind of got bogged down with too much of a quilting backlog! With so many quilts to do, I finally decided to get a Quilt Path! I have to admit, I'm pretty excited! I won't get it until later this month after I return from vacation at the end of August but I'm sure I will have lots of questions. I have already been watching and re-watching all the videos and reading all the posts in this forum, but I can't seem to find the Facebook Users Group for Quilt Path that was mentioned in one of the posts I read. I'd love to join. Can someone post a link? I'd like to learn how to quilt around an applique. As I understand it, a 'no sew' area (like intelliquilter has) is being looked into, but is not available at this time. Also, what are your favourite digitized pantos? I guess I'll be selling my paper pantos and my Circle Lord sometime in the future. I'll likely post them on this forum, but for now I still need them until my backlog is done as some of my orders require them. And what is your favourite style of quilting to do on Quilt Path? Blocks? Custom? E2E?
  12. Thanks for sharing! I'm making nachos tonight. Maybe enchiladas tomorrow! Can't wait to try it.
  13. Thank you everybody! To answer some questions - Yes, I do also sell fabric. The area above the quilts on display (work orders) is a cement ledge that was built in the basement when we moved there. I wish it were a table where I have room to store underneath, but it's not. We're not sure why that area wasn't excavated when the original work was done - we thought maybe it was a big rock or something (or maybe Uncle Albert's tomb )! We covered the front of the ledge with beadboard to give it a clean look and then hung dowels on hooks for hanging quilts. I can get a lot of quilts hung up that way. The ledge on top is about 4' deep and therefore the fabrics sit lengthwise. The shelves are from Costco - two 6' shelves that we used as 5 shorter shelves - we were able to cut the shelves to any height we wanted with a pipe cutter. My contractor had great ideas and showed me how to cut pipe!. Another great idea he had was to put pegboard up when he enclosed the steal support beam. On the other beam he added the light switches and an electrical outlet, fairly high off the floor which I used for easily plugging in the vacuum when cleaning..
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