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  1. One of our local quilt shop, YardWork is selling their Lenni with IQ on it. It’s a 2009 APQS Lenni, 20” throat on that machine with a 10 foot table, can go out to 108” on the shortest side of the quilt without the computer on it & appx 98” on the shortest side with the IQ on it. They've only had it about a year and have decided to go in a different direction. Before that it was my machine and not one that I used very often, so I would estimate that I put about 200 hours or less on it and the quilt shop probably hasn't put very many hours on it either, but you can ask Mary at YardWork about that. This machine has a custom lightbar on it that allows it to be placed anywhere and have good lighting, at least a $750 value. The IQ is a ClassiQ IQ which means it has all the bells and whistles. In addition to the patterns that come preloaded on it this IQ has appx $7500 worth of patterns that I designed on it. approximately 600 motif/block patterns & appx 240 pantograph (allover, edge to edge, & borders) patterns. I'm just listing it to help the gals at the quilt shop out, so they should be contacted directly for more information. This is a machine that I'd actually buy back if I had room and I'm willing to answer questions on getting started with IQ for the new owner as I'm both an APQS & IQ dealer. Here's the contact information: Yard Work Quilt Shop - Mary Pomerening phone: 715-877-3885 Located in Fall Creek, WI (less than 10 miles east of Eau Claire) Email: yardworkfabrics@gmail.com
  2. Up for sale is a 2003 Gammill Classic Plus. Has all the features of a standard classic plus (needle up/down, stitch regulator, channel lock, 26" throat, etc). Also includes, 45 bobbins, 5 bobbin cases, 15 pantograph patterns, edge rider wheels, extra parts and tools, stand alone bobbin winder, large assortment of perma core thread, 10 yards of Hobbs 80/20 batting. Everything you need to get started. Includes training session with helpful hints and tips. Delivery available in Wisconsin and nearby states for travel costs and setup fee. Motivated seller upgraded to new machine. contact info gsbohman@gmail.com ph 715-897-0730 call or text
  3. Does anyone have a Circle Lord Cosmos Giant template board that they wish to sell? I prefer a king board in which the pattern is 15" and 120" long. Thanks! Here's the link to what this board looks like. http://circlelordflowers.blogspot.com/ If I don't find a used one at a reasonable value I will probably purchase a new board from Michael at Circle Lord site this fall on the payment plan. The payment plan is really convenient if you haven't tried it. But sometimes you just never know that someone gets a new system or doesn't care for a board and could use some extra $$$ instead of having an unused board sitting around. Thanks!
  4. I am asking for peoples opinions on whether it would be better to buy a used Millie(older) or Lenni(used but newer). Second, If I bought a used Lenni should I get wooden or steel frame? Thanks for your input.
  5. 2013 APQS Millennium, hardly used. Sold
  6. Hey everyone, looking to sell a used, but in great condition, George quilt machine. Has not been used much at all. New price is $6650 http://www.apqs.com/machines/george/ looking for $6000. email jwoo88@hotmail.com with questions/concerns/offers/ etc. Thanks!!
  7. HELP! HELP! HELP! I am patiently waiting for a new home for Gammill and she is still for sale.......................this is taking much longer than I had originally thought...........I really do not want another business venture as the one I currently own (teaching piano lessons to pay for my hobbies) takes more time so that I have less quilting time...........urrgggggg. 2 Longarms sitting in my studio is crimping my style and with DH on furlough I am fixing to teach him how to use it cuz I have 3 quilts waiting to be done for some military wives out of Ft. Levenworth KS that I do for FREE!!! WE SOLD OUR HOUSE AND WE ARE MOVING!!!!! I can not imagine moving 2 longarms and a Grand Piano SO, if you know of anyone looking for a gently used (3 years old) Gammill Vision 18/8, 12 ft table, please send them my way!!!! I am looking forward to hearing from EVERYONE!!!!
  8. I've been a long arm quilter for going on 18 years, so I'm not looking for a machine that comes with classes. I also don't use pantograms, so those are not a selling point for me. I've been working all this time on a 1991 Nolting 26", that I have probably finished over 1000 quilts on, and it's getting to the end of it's life. Must Have's: 14 foot table at Least 26" throat made in this century My old machine is a pony, with no bells or whistles, so I'm not used to stitch regulation, or needle up and down, and bottom thread cutter--but I bet I could get used to them! I'm not interested in computer systems. I live in the Seattle Washington area, and am willing to come to you, and rent a truck to drive my new beast home. I'm thinking halfway across the country is far enough, so outer limits are San Fransisco, and South Dakota. Please feel free to contact me if you have or know of a machine up for sale! Becky Kraus KrausAR@aol.com 425-643-7178
  9. Thank you all for the information about machines for sale, the encouragement and welcome to the forum. I found a 2006 Millie in Illinois and can't wait to go and get it. Happy quilting to all. Thanks you Beth I am in search of a pre-owned LA, 26 in.( Millie or Freedom) hopefully with 12 Ft steel table (that is max I can get down to the basement). My goal is to locate a machine close to home, NE Indiana, moving 12 ft bars in a pick up truck too far can be a challenge. So if there is a great machine needing a new home and someone to cherish it, please reply or call me. Beth Gillies Bethgillies@hotmail.com 260-459-6738