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  1. MOVING- No room for it. MUST SELL Contact: Joyce 319-404-5792 Waterloo IA $9,500 Freedom 2009 Less than 40 quilts completed on this machine Throat Size 26” X 10.5” Frame 12’ table length Stitch Regulator Multi-Position Handles, also Microdrive Handles Hartley Base Expander Horizontal Locks Led Light Laser Light Stylus Bobbin L Turbo Bobbin Winder Automatic Quilt Advance System Hydraulic Lift Table, for ease of height adjustment Lots of extras: Prewound bobbins, Bobbin Cases, needles, thread, rulers, Towa Bobbin Tension Gauge, Quick Load Clamps-No Pining
  2. Hi, My name is Pat. I live in Portland Maine. I am thinking about selling my APQS Discovery with table, supplies, patterns, batting, thread, and Circle Lord. I would like $6,500 for everything. I ran a business so this machine would be good for start up or just your own quilting. I maybe moving to Florida and can't take it with me. What I have in the CL is around $3,000 alone. I paid $6,500 for just the machine head without table. The Discovery is similar to the Lenni but no Stitch regulator 20" throat. It has all the other gizmos like needle up down, one stitch, Lazer, and is very light weight (37 lbs?). Being so light is great for free motion. It also has a hopping foot. Not having a stitch reg has a little longer learning curve. Many quilters turn them off and on once they are good at the type of quilting they like. I run all kinds of different threads no problem and tension is great. I have a 12' table. It is the older style wooden table but it has more usable quilting space than Liberty or Lenni. I have patterns that I have used up to 16". Depending on where you live I maybe able to help with set up and give you a lesson. I would rather have it picked up. If I have to ship it would be at your cost. I have machine box but table would need to be packed. Let me know what you think. Email me at: lilacquilter @ yahoo .com (no spaces) Pat
  3. I have a Millennium with a 14' table and I need to move the machine to a smaller space. Looking for a 10 or 12 foot table. Will trade or purchase. I am in the San Francisco Bay area.
  4. Just reduced from $8,900 - now selling for $8,300. I'm selling my longarm machine because I've moved and closed my small part-time quilting business. Located in Des Moines, IA For sale: 2011 Innova machine. 26" throat with 12' steel table. Price includes: red snappers, 20 red 'M' size bobbins, 2 packages of unused needles, 8" ruler base, bobbin winder, several spools of thread (Omni, Glide, So Fine), and 13 rulers (some are shown in pictures). Buyer assumes all responsibility and costs for pickup/shipping and setup. Contact Beth at beth.hromyak@gmail.com, message me through Facebook or 515-601-3322 for more information.
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