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I am selling my Bailey Pro17 with Stitch Regulator. Will come with 2 packages of needles & 20 bobbins. I bought them from Chuck of the Bailey store in summer 2011 for over $3100, thinking of starting a small quilting service in Vietnam but plan changed & they are never out of the original packaging (except to take these photos). Please PM or email me if you are interested for more or if you got a serious offer. I can ship too (buyer pays shipping cost). It's currently with me in Woodlands TX for another week or so, after that I will get it to MD. Thanks!
2007 Millennium For Sale with lots of extras – $10,500 - near Dallas, Texas Will accept trades (guns, jewelry, collectibles) in addition to cash – just ask me! I am moving and closing up shop – must sell my longarm and all accessories/equipment is included. The “Millennium Falcon” (named due her place in what was the garage before I turned it into my sewing studio) was purchased new in 2007. She lives in a smoke free home and has only seen 10 to 20 quilts per year – small home based business. I bought it mainly for personal use and purchased all the bells and whistles available. I am the only one to sew on this machine and treated her with much love and care; the business was only to subsidize my obsession. The Millennium comes with the 14’ table with panto table and laser stylus with upper and lower mounts, and the hydraulic lift system to change the height at the touch of a button. It has the APQS Stich Regulator, horizontal/vertical locks, motorized fabric feeder, bobbin thread cutter, and bright LED lights with additional black light for specialty threads/chalk. Fully functional handles front and back – for free form/custom quilting (front) and pantograph or specialty quilting (back). Included with 2007 Millennium longarm machine: All rulers and guides All templates Elastic straps & clamps Hartley bases & rulers External bobbin winder (APQS) 100 bobbins (20+ loaded) Extra bobbin case Bobbin tension guide Needles in various sizes (new, in packages) Additional hydraulic lift motor (spare) Pantographs Threads Extra sets of zippers All manuals, books and instruction guides Those that came with the machine from APQS Those that were purchased separately I am located just northeast of Dallas, Texas area (I cannot deliver and shipping would be costly so the machine will need to be picked up). Please email with offers or questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi, I just now signed up to be a member. I'm in the process of buying a longarm quilting machine. My plan is to start slow. I'll practice on my own quilts, and my sister and sister in-law's quilts. I hope that in time, I'll pay for my machine and start making some money at it. I'm really excited because I love making quilts, and I really love quilting them. My biggest fear is dealing with difficult customers. Any words of wisdom?