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  1. Hi Allison, Thank you for the note. I made this table a few months ago. Found the table at a thrift store, spray painted it black, topped it with plywood, quilt batting then fabric. Found some instruction on Youtube. Do it! Jamie Bennett Quilts & Clay Bellevue, Idaho
  2. Hi Ines, Thank you for the note. The shed is 14' wide and 28' long plus a 4' porch. The floor is insulated underneath the plywood. The top of floor is just painted. The end walls are made with pallet wood. We picked up the pallets for free, removed the top wood slats, I whitewashed them with a mixture of 1/2 white paint, 1/2 water. I painted 2 coats of whitewashed then nailed them to the wall. Really easy and a beautiful look. I hope you get one. It's so worth it. Thanks again, Jamie Bennett Quilts & Clay Bellevue, Idaho
  3. Hi Gable, Thanks for the note. The shed is 14' wide by 28' long plus a 4' porch. A local shed business built it. It is a happy place. Check your local shed companies. Have a great day, Jamie Bennett Quilts & Clay Bellevue, Idaho
  4. I have a 12ft table with bliss for sale if interested.
  5. Hello all, I relocated to Idaho and am in the process of building a home. I could not wait until a house was built to start quilting so I had a shed built. We finished the inside and this is now my very happy place. Jamie Bennett Quilts & Clay
  6. Congratulations. I just ordered one too. Hoping to sell my 12ft bliss table before mine arrives.
  7. 12-foot APQS Bliss Table – 2014 $5,000.00. Shipping in the US included. Includes: Power Fabric Advance Bliss Front and Rear Carriage to attach to your machine. Turbo Bobbin Winder Base Expander (with thread cutter)
  8. Hello all, My needle continuously break. Millennium, usually in stitch regulator mode. Seems like I am moving the machine head faster than the needle moves and the needle breaks. I rarely get through a quilt without 2-3 needs breaking, Sometimes more. Any troubleshooting guidance is appreciated. So frustrating to operate this way. Thank you, Jamie Bennett
  9. Hello all, I'm looking for a video or instructions on how to sew a leader casing (from grip rods) on the longarm machine. Any guidance is greatly appreciated. Jamie Bennett
  10. Hello all, I'm looking for a video or instructions on how to sew a leader casing (from grip rods) on the longarm machine. Any guidance is greatly appreciated. Jamie Bennett
  11. Well Nigel, you are my hero today. It was actually the top pick up roller that was binding the ruler base. I followed your instructions and raised up the top pick up and the leveler bar both (with a quilt on it) and it's seems to have made a huge improvement. I need to quilt from edge to edge and front to back with a ruler to be confident but so far its smooth. The stitches look nicer too. Was this procedure in the manual somewhere that I missed? I've been trying to fix this issue for two years now with a lot of frustration. I can't believe it was that simple. Thank you so much. I greatly appreciate this support. Jamie