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  1. 2016 APQS LENNI WITH QUILT PATH, machine is no longer available
  2. Hi folks! I just acquired a 2007 Lenni and am considering adding automation software to him. This is new to me so I’m in the research phase…Do I need to go with Quilt Path or can I use other software out there? Thanks in advance!
  3. 2007 Lenni for Sale with 10 foot table and EXTRAS! $5,000 I'm the 3rd owner for this machine. I bought it near the end of 2010 from a lady in Boyertown, PA. She bought it to use it for personal use off a lady who bought it new from APQS to start a business I believe which didn't happen. She sold it because it was too much for her and she needed the room. I know she told me she had it serviced by the PA APQS rep before selling it to me. . I had 2 or 3 people who took lessons on it with me, but then never rented time on it. So I have used it for some quilting while I had others on my large frame. It has been well maintained and used by me for maybe a few dozen quilts. I bought this machine as a second machine ( I have an older Milie) with the intention of starting a long arm rental business in a rented place. That never worked out in this area. I had 2 ladies take beginning lessons on the machine (where I was with them continually) but then never had anyone rent time on it. So I used it to work on quilts the few days I was at my store since I use my Millie for everything. After I closed my store in the fall of 2013, I set the machine up at home in case I got custom quilts that needed to stay on my larger frame for a time so that I could work on other quilts. I did use it a bit, but not enough to warrant keeping it (a dozen or so quilts at the most). It has always been in a place where it was heated and air conditioned. I maintained it and oiled it when used. The past year especially it has not been used as I have been dealing with breast cancer since the beginning of the year. now that I'm getting back to somewhat normal and starting to get back to work, I realized that it's better to sell this machine to someone else. You can look on the APQS website for the specs on the machine which is close to my machine. I know they changed the handle design. I know I have an original brochure and picture somewhere that I can take a picture of and send to you if you like. I did update the table and carriage system sometime in 2011. The current table is black with one piece rails and an IQ carriage system. I didn't want to spend $3,000 to upgrade to the Bliss table and system and this was a less expensive alternative. It runs smoother that the original table and I haven't had problems with it. When I closed my store and disassembled it, I set it up in my family room (first picture, machine on the left). I then took it down for space and later reset it back up in a spare room ( second picture). Then my son moved back in temporarily after college and down it came again. Now I don't want to reset it back up since I mainly use my large machine for the little quilting I still do. $5,000 Elysburg, PA FOR SALE APQS 2007 Lenni longarm quilting machine This is my SECOND long arm machine. For those of you that remember my store, this is the machine I had set up there. It is just sitting, having taken it apart last May after being reset back up in my home. It's a shame because it is a wonderful, high quality machine for someone. It is on a 10 foot table and includes extras such as the base for doing ruler work, zippered leaders with extra sets for quilts, a new brake system, horizontal spool holder, micro drive handles, extra bobbin cases and bobbins. The pictures show the last quilt I quilted on this machine and the machine on the left when it was set up in another room. I'm asking $5,000 PICKUP ONLY. If you have any other questions or interest, please contact me through here or the following: rosenoll2008@gmail.com 570-259-2008 (please leave a message as I get way too many junk calls any more) Thank you! Edited February 20, 2019 by NollR I provided additional information. 1 ORNurse56 reacted to this Quote Edit Roseann M. Noll Phoenix Rose Quilts Elysburg, PA Pellon Legacy Regional Long Arm Batting Distributor Check me out on Facebook under Phoenix Rose Q
  4. Hi All, It's time to sell my second long arm machine. I'm the 3rd owner for this machine. I bought it near the end of 2010 from a lady in Boyertown, PA. She bought it to use it for personal use off a lady who bought it new from APQS to start a business I believe which didn't happen. She sold it because it was too much for her and she needed the room. I know she told me she had it serviced by the PA APQS rep before selling it to me. . I had 2 or 3 people who took lessons on it with me, but then never rented time on it. So I have used it for some quilting while I had others on my large frame. It has been well maintained and used by me for maybe a few dozen quilts. I bought this machine as a second machine ( I have an older Milie) with the intention of starting a long arm rental business in a rented place. That never worked out in this area. I had 2 ladies take beginning lessons on the machine (where I was with them continually) but then never had anyone rent time on it. So I used it to work on quilts the few days I was at my store since I use my Millie for everything. After I closed my store in the fall of 2013, I set the machine up at home in case I got custom quilts that needed to stay on my larger frame for a time so that I could work on other quilts. I did use it a bit, but not enough to warrant keeping it (a dozen or so quilts at the most). It has always been in a place where it was heated and air conditioned. I maintained it and oiled it when used. The past year especially it has not been used as I have been dealing with breast cancer since the beginning of the year. now that I'm getting back to somewhat normal and starting to get back to work, I realized that it's better to sell this machine to someone else. You can look on the APQS website for the specs on the machine which is close to my machine. I know they changed the handle design. I know I have an original brochure and picture somewhere that I can take a picture of and send to you if you like. I did update the table and carriage system sometime in 2011. The current table is black with one piece rails and an IQ carriage system. I didn't want to spend $3,000 to upgrade to the Bliss table and system and this was a less expensive alternative. It runs smoother that the original table and I haven't had problems with it. When I closed my store and disassembled it, I set it up in my family room (first picture, machine on the left). I then took it down for space and later reset it back up in a spare room ( second picture). Then my son moved back in temporarily after college and down it came again. Now I don't want to reset it back up since I mainly use my large machine for the little quilting I still do. $5,000 Elysburg, PA FOR SALE APQS 2007 Lenni longarm quilting machine No, I AM NOT going out of business. This is my SECOND long arm machine. For those of you that remember my store, this is the machine I had set up there. It is just sitting, having taken it apart last May after being reset back up in my home. It's a shame because it is a wonderful, high quality machine for someone. It is on a 10 foot table and includes extras such as the base for doing ruler work, zippered leaders with extra sets for quilts, a new brake system, horizontal spool holder, micro drive handles, extra bobbin cases and bobbins. The pictures show the last quilt I quilted on this machine and the machine on the left when it was set up in another room. I'm asking $5,000 PICKUP ONLY. If you have any other questions or interest, please contact me through here or the following: rosenoll2008@gmail.com 570-259-2008 (please leave a message as I get way too many junk calls any more) Thank you!
  5. Just off my quilt frame this week, "Surf Song" bargello. From the book Twist and Turn Bargello Quilts by Eileen Wright. Needed a king size quilt for my bed and instead of adding borders to make a king sized "Surf Song" I kept building the bargello to the edges. I quilted it with IQ and the panto Ripples by Lorien Quilting. I will make coordinating batik pillowcases and of course still need to bind the beast!! Robin in MT
  6. Selling my 2019 APQS Lenni with Bliss track and 12' table!! Quilted approximately 6-10 quilts since purchase in September 2019. Upgrading so I'm looking to sell this beauty! Perfect working condition, routinely cleaned. Bliss, L bobbin, ruler base, bobbin winder (if you want it). Includes already-installed Red Snappers. Selling for $8500. Can accept Paypal. Pick-up preferred, limited delivery may be arranged or freight at buyers expense!! Someone pointed out that I am missing the Quilt Top Bar and there is a rope in its place! I have the top bar, it is stored behind the machine out of the picture. I float my tops and don't use it so I removed it. If you're interested, you may also have the pictured homemade "hold'em" piece that I substitute in the brake. Pardon the messy quilt room, working on reorganizing!!
  7. I sold my 2008 14foot Millennium, but I still have the IQ for sale. It has been removed from the machine, of course, but it has the brackets for the blissed Millennium. It has the regular motors for it. I live in Nebraska and I bought it new in 2010. It is the complete IQ. I think they call it the ClassiQ? It has all the capabilities. Please pm me here with any questions. $8500.00 Julia
  8. I am upgrading my wife from a DIY table that uses her sewing machine to a used 2009 Lenni with 10 foot table and was wondering where I might be able to get a user manual for it. We have visited our wonderful APQS local dealer and know how the new ones work but things were probably different in 2009 so was wondering if a 2009 user manual exists or if there was a place where I could research how the 2009 differs in operation from the brand new ones. Thank you so much for the help. As you can see in the picture the 2009 will be a great upgrade until we can get a new one for her. (currently one has 9 inch of throat space)
  9. 2011 Lenni with 10 ft table 18 in throat and Bliss quilting system. $6800 We are downsizing and no longer about to keep machine. Comes with light bar, Red Snappers, stand alone bobbin winder, Hartley expander base, Hartley horizontal spool holder, assorted rulers, books, stencils. We have original boxes and will pack. Arrangements and cost of shipping responsibility of buyer. Seller not responsible for any damages incurred during shipping. located in Richmond TX. its a great machine!
  10. APQS Longarm Lenni for sale. Has stitch regulator and a complete 10 foot table. I also have a partial 12 foot table. Many accessories included. Located in Southwestern Pennsylvania.
  11. Selling my Millenium (2006) 12'ft table with Intelliquilter full version (super motors). Extensive pattern library to quilt to your heart's content. Here's a wonderful opportunity to get a great deal & start LA quilting for less than 1/2 the cost of new! Well maintained dealers machine & IQ (hundred's of pattern's) Original owner, excellent condition and well cared for and serviced professionally. Ergo lift, motorized power fabric advance, M & M wheels, Turbo power bobbin winder, base expander & rulers, MANY bobbins & threads (too many to count) oil, needles, saddle stool, zippered leaders, laser light for pantos. I can help getting you started & on your way in your successful quilting with tips and pointers. (SOLD ONLY AS A WHOLE PACKAGE. NO ITEMS SOLD SEPARATELY.) Machine is currently set up & ready for test drives. Machine & IQ priced to sell at $16,000 obo, located in Corvallis, Oregon. Serious buyers Contact me via IM Thanks for looking!
  12. I have a 2011 Lenni on a 10 ft bliss table for sale. $6800. She comes with the ergo handles(curved) as well as the upright ones. She has LED lights, manual and stitch regulated mode. She also comes with a stylus for grooved boards. I bought her brand new and she runs like a champ! I am including a free beginners class at my location. I am a certified dealer, educator and service tech. I am located in Jim Thorpe PA. You can also find me on the dealer locator page on the APQS website. This is for pick up only. Come and try her out! Call Lorraine at 267-255-3092 and please leave a message.
  13. Looking for a APQS Freedom, Lucey, or Lenni with a 10 ft. frame. Prefer Bliss frame.
  14. I have just listed a new 2 day IQ workshop on my website. I will be traveling to teach in West Central TX at Donna Thomas' Studio in San Angelo. Workshop will be Jan. 11th & 12th. There is room for 10 students. You can find all the information on my website. http://www.katydids.net/classes.html
  15. I am considering getting Intelliquilter and not sure if I want IQ Classic with the 12" screen or the IQ Classic Lt with the 10' screen. There is about a thousand dollars difference. Just wondering if there is that much difference or it just a matter of a smaller screen? The dealership is pushing the larger screen of course. A friend of mine has the smaller screen and seems to be happy with that. Anybody out there have a preference? I am also thinking I may need to get my machine tuned up before attaching the IQ. I have had it for three years and use it in my garage studio, which gets quite hot when I am out of town for weeks at a time. Nancy
  16. I am selling my 2009 APQS Lenni quilting machine! This is a great opportunity for any quilter interested in trying a longarm machine! What I am selling: The machine head (with stitch regulator) and 12’ table, a turbo bobbin winder, assorted needles, bobbins and clamps, maintenance and assembly manuals, a Hartley fence with user’s guide and video, spare fuses and brushes and some assorted pantographs. $4,300. Why am I selling the machine? This is the machine that introduced me to the world of machine quilting. I bought it used and therefore was able to ‘test the waters’ without making a huge investment. It is time for me to upgrade to a machine with a larger working area and auto advance. I am staying with APQS – their machines and customer service are exceptional. They have online videos that can walk you through any maintenance issues you have, and great telephone support staff. The machine I am selling is currently set up in my studio in Johnson, VT PM me with any questions and I will do my best to answer them! Marion
  17. APQS Millennium 2010 with Bliss, motorized advance, hydrolic lift, Quilt Glide, micro drive handles, ruler base, Hartley table, Hartley bars, zipper leaders, AND IQ on a 12'table. In good condition. Runs well. Location is Orlando FL. Only $16000
  18. 2008 used Millennium. Bought new with zippered leaders fabric advance 14 foot frame that was recently blissed original table frame and top available to make another shelf underneath separate turbo winder laser light LED lights with black light switch It comes with everything I got with the machine, PLUS many extras. I am not continuing to long arm so everything I have goes with it. I have many rulers, Circle Lord system with many boards, chalk marking.Thread and many bobbins, needles, oil, a printed manual. I also have the red snappers. I bought an IQ in 2010 and it is in fine working order. It has been updated and maintained. This alone is worth $12,500.00 new. It also has hundreds of designs with it. I am not shipping this machine, This will be sold as one unit and not sold off separately. Plus I am not able to ship because I can't physically do it. NOW! Willing to sell machine separately! IQ may be spoken for! Machine only price is $9,000.00. It has the BLISSED table with the rails from the old table to make a nice table under your machine. Come and get it! I am only asking $17,000.00. Located 16 miles south of York Nebraska. Julia Martin PM me if interested.
  19. APQS 2017 Lenni - purchased in October. Very few quilting hours, 20” throat plate, Stitch Regulator LED Lighting, 12’ table with bliss track system Heavy duty locking castors for easy movement Bobbin winder, Compatible for Quilt Path $10,500 (firm) - Purchaser is responsible for take down, pickup, transportation, re-assembly and all associated costs. A $12,100 value!!! Email cjroach54@gmail.com
  20. I am selling my 2013 Lenni with Bliss system and 12 foot frame. This machine is white and is in excellent condition. $6000 If interested please email clifton.cyndi@att.net or text 931-231-9350 or call and leave a message on my vm and I will call you back.
  21. 2007 APQS Lenni on 10’ original frame. Includes manual, Gone Quilting DVD (Getting started with your new machine), Sidewinder bobbin winder, 18 bobbins, 2 packages needles, 5 spools of Essential Pro thread, 14 paper pantographs, 4 adjustable side tension clamps, and a set of Velcro detachable leaders. Moving across country and new home will not have a room for this machine so I would like to sell it prior to moving. $4600.00 Must be picked up in Greeneville, TN which is in Eastern Tennessee near Johnson City/Bristol/ Kingsport area.
  22. Will a ruler mate fit on a Lenny?
  23. Does anyone know if Lucey handles will work on Lenni? If so,do you know where they can be found? APQS doesn't have them for sale in the online store. Any info will be very helpful. Thank you!
  24. I am looking for a Hartley Base extender without the thread cutter. If you have one please email me at clifton.cyndi@att.net. Thanks!
  25. I've got directional tension issues when using my IQ pantos. It seems that it is fine when just testing in manual mode. When I start the panto, the stitching on the back of the quilt lays on top of the quilt when going the the backward direction. If I tighten the tension to alleviate this issue, the tension on the front is too tight. I've also tried a bigger needle, rotating the needle, lighter thread in the bobbin, and slowing the speed down. Nothing has helped. I've read and tried all of the suggestions posted thus far. Any help. Is it at all related to the IQ software?
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