Kat quilts

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  1. The motor for the fabric advance does add about a foot on that side. I’m sorry it won’t work out for you it’s a great machine. Thanks for getting back with me. Kathy
  2. Hi! The Liberty is a 20” throat space machine and she sits on a 12 foot frame. Hope that helps. Thanks Kathy
  3. I am selling my Liberty to upgrade. She’s a 2006, had full spa treatment in 2018 with: new M&M wheels installed Automatic fabric advance (can’t imagine life without it!) stitch regulated 12’ table. 10 pantograph patterns A few needles and bobbins micro-handles Manual and a couple of books Just reduced to $4,200.00 I am only the second owner. I am in the South Central Ohio (45601) area. Buyer responsible to pick up, un-assemble and reassemble at your site. Serious inquiries only.
  4. I agree with Sharon. I found the APQS video by Dawn Cavenaugh on YouTube to be the most helpful. I must have watched tit ten times before I attempted my first pantograph. Then when I did start one I had a brain cramp at the end of the first row and had to go back and rewatch that part of the video (with lots of pauses) before I moved on. I’ve done three pantograph now and I’m hooked! I love them. Stick with it Dee Dee and don’t give up. I made a busy scrap quilt so hide boo boos the first time. It turned out good. This is a quilt I just made for a wedding gift. I was pretty happy with how it t
  5. I need some advice on pricing. My friend would like me to quilt a denim patchwork quilt. Very simple design just large squares with flannel backing. She just wants an “X” placed in each square. I have had my machine for a little over a year and only quilted on typical cotton quilting fabric for myself and some family gifts. Would I price this as an overall design? How much per square inch is typical forsomeone starting out? I will need to use a ruler for it to look right so does that make it a different pricing level? She sells other items pretty successfully at several venues. I believe if
  6. I agree with what so many other have already said. Forum for sure and specifically this forum. I feel like this is a safe and friendly way for fellow quilters to connect. I have been looking at posts on this forum since last May. It started with my search for used machine, but it has become so much more. I really learn so much every time I read the posts and look at the pictures of the awesome quilts people are making. There are so many amazing talented people on here and I thank you all for sharing and inspiring a newbie like me. I hope this forum stays strong.
  7. We have my Liberty off the table and ready to go in for her spa treatment tomorrow! I’m so excited We have to drive 3 and 1/2 hours one way to Louisville to drop her off. My husband is such a blessing I purchased the M &M wheels and she’s going to install them for me when she does the spa treatment. Thank you Nigel for the advice about the grounding kit for the new wheels. It did in fact still come with the wheels at no extra cost. But I wouldn’t have even understood what it was for without you explaining. I can’t wait to see how she runs and how the new wheels are when we get her back.
  8. Thanks for the reply Lori. My Liberty does not have the thread cutter. I should have put that on my original post. Thanks anyway.
  9. I would like to find a Hartley base expander for my Liberty so I can start doing ruler work. Does anyone have one they would like to sell at a reasonable price? Thanks