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I have a KenQuilt 622 Quilting Machine and a KenQuilt Dutchess Quilting Machine for sale. The details, photos and videos are at http://cqsurplus.com/ I also have new old stock for CompuQuilter systems. Feel free to inquire about parts not listed. There are many cables, belts, and parts that haven't been listed yet.
BOTH MACHINES HAVE BEEN SOLD. I have been long arm quilting for 17 years. Now we are moving and I cannot take my machines with me. Both machines have been cleaned regularly. SOLD SOLD SOLD. I have a 2005 APQS Ultimate 1 that is a real workhorse. This machine has a 26" throat (approx. 18" of quilting/working space). It comes with a 14' table with batting storage underneath. Includes laser stylus, bobbin winder, bobbins, bobbin cases, needles, manual, pantos and oil, single stitch button, lower thread cutter, manual channel locks, canvas leaders, side clamps. The machine is currently set up. $5,500 (OBO). I am eager to sell. All reasonable offers will be considered. SOLD SOLD SOLD. I also have an 2010 Millennium with Compuquilter. The compuquilter has changed my world. I love quilting with a computerized quilter. The flexibility for patterns is priceless. It comes with a 26" throat which allows approx. 18" working space and a 14' table. It includes laser stylus, bobbin winder, bobbins, bobbin cases, needles, manual, and oil, single stitch button, lower thread cutter, auto channel locks, canvas leaders, side clamps, fabric advance system, Over 400 patterns ready to use and the computer/monitor/keyboard. System also includes a battery backup. The machine is currently set up. $22,500 (OBO). I am eager to sell. All reasonable offers will be considered. The 3 pictures are of the Ultimate 1. I live in Galion, Ohio. The machine is currently setup. Buyer is responsible for tear down, pick up, transportation, reassembly and all other associated costs. For information, please call me at 419-545-2192 or email me at JLQuilting2@gmail.com Thank you, Linda
I am so green! There I said it. That didn't hurt at all. I am so excited My Quilt Path ships today. I will be recording dozens of videos to give you a 'real time' look at the learning curve a newbie to automated quilting can expect when they take the leap into computerized quilting. My question to all you experts and even light users on the forum is this: Where do I start downloading new designs? What are some of the sites out there where I can find border/blocks/e2e designs to load into my QP when it arrives? What am I looking for in a good starter pack? What designs do you guys use the most? What designs do your clients request the most? Should I set a budget so I don't go crazy overboard with designs I may never use? Someone school me PLEAAAAASE!