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2009 Millennium for sale with 12 ' table. barely used, stitch regulator, auto needle positioner, quilt glide, power fabric advance, thread cutter, needle up/down, channel locks, lazer light stylus, turbo bobbin winder. Includes Quiltazoid, Ruler Mate, extended throat plate, several rulers, and other misc items, including Hartley Fence. Bliss and quilting computers may be added to this machine. Machine never used for commercial purposes. Selling due to health issues. Payment via Cashiers check required. Asking $10,800.00, you arrange for packaging and pay for shipping or pick up. Located in Northwest PA. Contact via email: firstname.lastname@example.org Looking for a machine, make an offer, willing to deal! 15 miles west of Erie, Pa.
Everything included to get started: Quiltazoid base Front Attachment Board Stylus Arm Eccentric Tool Clear Centering Template Template Adapter Plate Spiral Attachment #1, #2, #7, #12, #15, #18, #19 Templates Two Border Templates All documentation Everything is in like new condition. Shipping not included. Actual shipping cost will be calculated based on your location. Selling the whole package and do not want to seperate. Upgraded to IQ and no longer use it. If you would like anymore information or photos please feel free to contact me. Thanks for looking.
I'm new to the APQS forum, but I've been reading as much as I can whenever I can find a minute. I'm so grateful to have found all of you quilters who are willing to share your wisdom. There is a particular subject, however, that I'm finding is leaving me more confused than I already was. I'm getting ready to order my brand new Freedom, and I'm trying to decide which bells and whistles I should get. Some (not many, to be honest) say get the Hartley Fence. Then there's the Quiltazoid, or Circle Lord. What about pantographs? Here's another big question: If I get the Quilt Path System, would I even need any of these other systems? Any help/advice/opinions would be greatly appreciated!