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  1. 2005 APQS Millennium located in San Diego, CA. 12 foot frame with zipper system, custom light bar, motorized fabric advance, channel locks, stitch regulated, M&M wheels, on-board bobbin winder. Also included is: extra bobbin case, zippers, thread, needles, bobbins, panto's, rulers, stencils, and Hartley Base Expander. Asking $10,800 and free delivery within 200 miles included. Buyer to pay for shipping. My machine is in excellent condition and has been treated with tender loving care. Only selling to pay for daughter's upcoming college tuition. Tami (619) 750-2436 or tamifitone@gmail.com P.S. this would be an AWESOME Christmas Present
  2. Photos of 3 quilts that I just finished for 2 gals at Ft Leavenworth KS. They are both beginners and did a great job on their tops and I quilted them for free for them. Two have already shipped back to them and the last one will be in the mail tomorrow. I also did labels for them and Michelle's start quilt is her very first quilt. Andrea's Star Quilt was her second. Enjoy!!
  3. Brake, Brake.......secretly loosens............ I have followed the directions for the brake and now this is really beginning to get on my nerves. I am use to the ratchets on my Gammill which ensures that the poles will not move, not budge, stays where I put them........ So I am sure because of how my Gammill poles operate that I am probably a lot less patient with the brake on my Millie. So here is what is happening: The directions say, don't over tighten the brake, you should be able to slightly move the pole with out releasing the brake. Okay, I followed those directions, they don't work for me. I have tried numerous tightnesses, however, the poles keep slipping out of tight during the entire process of quilting. I am constantly having to tighten the allen screw on the brake handle, it appears that it will not hold after repeated braking-unbraking attempts. It is way too hard to tighten the allen screw with the allen wrench and hold both poles at the same time............... it is to the point now that I have to do this every other time I advanced the quilt. So, what am I doing wrong? Suggestions? Help? I do quilt with pretty good tension on my quilts, but I do not over tension them. I know that I am probably being picky and that I am way to use to my Gammill poles TIA
  4. SOLD!!! PRICE REDUCTION!! 2009 Millennium with 14' table For Sale $10K or best offer SFO area (Northern CA) I have a 2009 Millennium and 14' table for sale in the San Francisco area. It was purchased new in May 2009, and I have used it for quilting my quilts and clients quilts and to occasionally show it to prospective clients who wanted to try or buy an APQS machine. I am the local San Francisco Bay area APQS Representative, and I have purchased the new 2013 Millennium, so I can have it to show the newest features to clients. If you are interested in it, I have it set up to try and you can take it home with you. I prefer the buyer either be local or find the shipper and pay the shipping. Contact me at klwheeler@yahoo.com or call me at 510-386-4156 cell to discuss the sale. Karen Wheeler (I have pictures on Facebook Karen Lynn Wheeler and on my website: www.feathersandloops.com) Throat size of 26" x 10.5" Weight 49 lbs 14 foot table with adjustable height Stitch regulator Floating horizontal wheels (M & M wheels) Adjustment-free quilt take-up roller Laser light with front and rear post Bobbin thread cutter Electronic horizontal and vertical channel locks Stand alone APQS turbo bobbin winder Ergo handles Synchronous timing belt drive Single thread disk tensioner Self lubricating bushings Quiet, enclosed DC motor Variable needle speed Auto needle positioner Single stitch button, two position LED lighting with built in blacklight Smart Bobbin© (L size)