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  1. 2009 Millenium for sale- well maintained, spa service and wheel upgrade in 2015, original owner. Includes: 12 foot table, power advance, hydraulic power table lift, mircrodrive, stitch regulator, lower thread cutter, horizontal dual spool holder, leader grips, zipper loading system, laser light. Will add in Turbo Bobbin Winder plus original manuals and DVD's. This machine is in great shape! and has been used for personal use and for a small quilt business. Original cost: $20,208.95. Asking $11,000. Located in southern Michigan near OHIO border.
  2. I am bringing home my first ever long arm machine on Tuesday, a 2013 dealer demo blissed Millenium on a 12' table. I am SO EXCITED! My APQS dealer is 2 hours away from me and I want to be able to jump in right away as soon as she's set up in my studio. What goodies should I buy while I'm in the shop? I know I want to learn to do ruler work, so I'll need the extended base. I do intricate appliqué on my own quilts and would like to be able to ditch around the appliqué with accuracy. Are the micro drive handles the best way to do that, or should I try one of the acrylic needle guide
  3. I'm planning to start a longarm quilting business in the next few months. Found a great dealer who sells both APQS and Intelliquilter. I'm planning to invest in Intelliquilter so I can jump right in with computerized E2E without the learning curve (as this is my first, and hopefully last longarm purchase!) and I know that from a business standpoint, larger frames and wider throats are best for computerized quilting because they allow you to quilt a larger area with each advance of the quilt. However, I know that I want to learn to quilt freehand as well, if only for myself, and it seems lik
  4. Due to a recent divorce and no room or storage for my APQS Millennium Machine, I need to sell ASAP. My machine was purchased new in 2006 and has maybe only had 20 quilts made on the machine. It also has the CompuQuilter attachment. The machine can be used free-style or you can use the Compu Quilter for perfectly executed patterns. Purchased new for $32,000. Will sell for $10,000 OBO. Machine is located in NW Iowa. Please contact me at justfly10@gmail.com. Must sell immediately.
  5. I am selling my much loved APQS Millenium. Includes: hartly fence, asst rulers, templates, micro-handles, auto fabric feed, overhead lighting, 14 ft table, pantos, books and quilting stitch patterns galore. I've moved on to textile and clothing design and I just don't quilt like I used to. Machine has been well cared for and maintained. i have upgraded along the way including EZ rider wheels, the newer style channel locks and hopper bar. I paid $18,500 plus the various add-ons and library of quilting patterns and books. Asking $12,500 for everything. Machine is located in East Contr
  6. For sale is a 26" Millenium Long Arm quilt machine with table. It can quilt up to a King size quilt. Machine and table are in excellent shape. The table is 12' long and has a motorized pick up roll (foot or switch operated). Laser Stylus Electric Bobbin Threader/Winder Brand new in 2007 for $14,000. I bought it in 2012 for $11,000, asking $8,500 for all. Included with the Long Arm are many panagraph patterns, books, templates, extra needles, and manual. Please see picture. The machine is located in a suburb of Rochester, New York. Please contact Pam at: na
  7. 2007 Millenium - SOLD Great Condition. Only 9 quilts made on it. Was $11,000, Now -- $10,500 Machine Features: 26" Head, 12 Foot Table Horizontal and Vertical Channel Locks Stitch Regulator Turbo Bobbin Winder Lower Thread Cutter Single Stitch Button (2 position) Laser Light with Front and Rear Posts Channel Locks Power Fabric Advance
  8. 2007 Millenium - SOLD Great Condition. Only 9 quilts made on it. Was $11,000, Now -- $10,500.00 Machine Features: 26" Head, 12 Foot Table Horizontal and Vertical Channel Locks Stitch Regulator Turbo Bobbin Winder Lower Thread Cutter Single Stitch Button (2 position) Laser Light with Front and Rear Posts Channel Locks Power Fabric Advance
  9. APQS Millenium Fully Loaded Quilting System Throat size: 26" Stitch Regulator Channel Locks Needle Up/Needle Down Thread Cutter Laser Stylus 12-foot table Extras: Overhead track lighting ($795 value) Hydraulic lift for table ($1650 value) Bliss System (makes guiding the longarm a dream) (paid $3000, they are now $1000) Automatic quilt advance system ($1350 value) Hartley Base for use with rulers ($130 value) Microdrive Handles for detail work ($200 value) Dual spool holders for use with regular sized thread spools ($50 value) APQS Turbo Bobbin Winder ($325 value) Zipper le
  10. Yesterday I drove three and a half hours from Chicago to Dubuque to attend a road show and check out the APQS machines. What a great experience that was! They answered questions I hadn't even thought of asking! We had a great time--just me and about 8 women--and got to play on all five of the APQS machines. I went pretty sure I was not going to buy because my local quilt shop had made me a great offer on one of the long arms they carry. After about 5 minutes playing on one machine, I was sure I was NOT buying the machine from my LQS, and had to have an APQS. By the time I quit playing, I
  11. Hi APQS fans, I like this machine. I am just looking for one that someday I can add Quiltpath to. my email is traceyamarsh@yahoo.com or text or call me at 951-813-0430. I am near Temecula wine country about an hour south of Los Angeles and an hour north of San DIego. I would prefer to use the APQS Ca. rep for transport - Dave Binnquist.
  12. 2009 Millennium with 12’ frame. Featuring automatic quilt advance with foot pedal, hydraulic table lift, stitch regulator, quilt guide, channel locks, LED lighting with black light, laser stylus, thread cutter, needle up/down, pantograph quilting from rear of machine. Includes hundreds of dollars worth of extras: Superior Brand thread, pre-wound bobbins, extra bobbin cases, stich-in-the-ditch rulers, Quick Zipper System on leaders for easy loading and unloading of quilts with extra sets. Buyer is responsible for packing & moving. Located in Denver/Aurora, CO area. Personal use only, in a
  13. Hi. I was quilting along happily and my milli just blew a fuse. I had another so I put that in and after about 10 minutes that one blew too! The only thing I've done differently today was I cleaned the bobbin area and re oiled it. Any ideas. I'm out of fuses and can't get any more today but thought I'd try to figure out what the base problem might be. The only other thing I was doing today was learning how to use the Manuel mode. Thanks for any help. Bev.
  14. 2008 Millennium Quilting Machine - SOLD Sale Price: $10,200.00 Sale includes: 2008 Millennium Quilting Machine with stitch regulator, front and rear handles with control buttons, thread cutter, horizontal and vertical channel locks. 12’ quilting table with adjustable feet Turbo bobbin winder, with plenty of extra bobbins and casings Fully serviced one year ago Instruction manual Delivery and set up of table and machine in MI, OH, IN, IL, and basic training if needed 20+ Pantograph patterns 15 year collection of block and border patterns Straight and curved rulers 22+ machine qu
  15. Millie has been great, but we're getting ready to move, and I've checked the cost to move and it's astronomical. So I'm ready to get her into a new studio. She has stitch control and auto advance, thread cutter, on board bobbin winder. I'm adding design boards from Circle Lord and the Circle lord system. 14 ft rail system can quilt a bedspread! King Size. Great for charity work, home design studio, etc. From a non-smoking home, in climate controlled studio. 20+ patterns for edge to edge quilting. 3 boxes of threads and Books. Original manuals. GREAT CUSTOMER SUPPORT From APQS! Have invested
  16. $12,500 APQS Millenium (think it's 2000 or 2001 model) turnkey solution ready to go, will deliver and help set-up in north Texas area. Non smoking home. Moving to California and won't have the space. Everything you need is included - the only thing you need to do is pick up some batting. (and customers!) Not interested in separating - sorry! If you need help with set-up it would have to be over Thanksgiving or the two weeks around Christmas. Our house is currently on the market so the machine has already been taken down. Until it's time to move it will be up for sale. Includes:
  17. 2013 APQS Millennium, hardly used. Sold
  18. Hi I'm sorry for just coming on here to sell and I didn't want to just post links to a website, but I'm doing this on behalf of my uncle as he is not too computer savvy. So he actually has a sewing machine shop and has come into possession of an 2009 model APQS Quilting machine, Its on a 14 ft table and is in perfect condition, it has been serviced and is running perfectly. The problem is that he also isn't used to selling these machines and he doesn't know the best way to sell it on. It was advertised on Ebay for £10,000 but its taking up a lot of space and he is willing to take £
  19. Long story short...OK...not that short. My wife has been quilting using a Bernina quilt frame with a PFAFF QE 4.0 for a number of years. After a lot of research she decided to purchase a used (2003 I believe) APQS Millenium that appears to be in fantastic condition. Due to a number of unique circumstances she was not able to test the machine before she purchased it and the person that she purchased it from didn't know anything about quilting. We have the quilt frame home and set up in her studio and she can't figure out how to get it to work correctly. She doesn't have the manual for it a
  20. Help! I'm getting ready to finalize my order today, and someone put the bug in my ear that I should consider the Millenium with V and H channel locks, as opposed to the Freedom (which I was planning on ordering), which has only the horizontal channel locks. Can I please get some input? opinions? advice? Is it worth the extra $600? HELP!!
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