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  1. I am downsizing for a long distance move and will not have room for my Millenium Machine in my new home. 2006 APQS Millenium with 14 foot table. You can easily quilt a little bigger than a king sized quilt. I have quilted less than 40 quilts since purchasing this machine. I live in Fairmont WV. The machine would need to be picked up as shipping would be very costly. If your interested, you can email me at wvcountryquilter@gmail.com or call me at 304-534-8074. $8,000.00 or Make me your best offer -Features 14' table with motorized feed -Channel lock wheels -Automatic Stitch Regul
  2. I purchased a used APQS Millenium the day after Thanksgiving. After doing some all over quilting designs for a few quilts and taking a class on quilting negative space from Angela Walters, I dove in and had a lot of fun densely quilting my Foothills Mystery Quilt (created by Cheryl @Meadow Mist Designs). A simple snowbank and a bit of sunlight across a corner of the quilt starts to give you an idea of the texture and quilting detail that I put into the quilt. I do not have any idea of the total number of hours I spent on the quilting; it was a lot. I worked on the quilting over 3
  3. 2003 APQS Millennium $7750 -Features 14' table with motorized feed -Upgraded m&m wheels -Modified light behind needle bar (customized for me by request to aid in optimum visibility during intricate work. All APQS machines have since been changed to this betterment) -Automatic Stitch Regulator -Bobbin Thread Cutter -Dual Electric Channel Lock for Both Directions -Built In Laser Pointer with upper and lower mounts -On-Board Bobbin Winder -Variable Needle Speed -base attachment for ruler work -updated foot to accommodate rulers -low profile side clamps -tray table that fits bet