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Nolting 30" longarm with 14-foot table. This machine would be good to pair with a computer system. 2004 model used for home quilting only. Located in Central Iowa. $5500 For inquiries, call Irene at 515-231-6082.
Struggling to finish your quilts with your home sewing machine? I was too! Until I bought this Nolting Longarm! My longarm quilting machine made quilting a breeze. Did you know that Nolting makes the Original ‘Hand Guided’ Longarm quilting machine. This Nolting 24 inch Longarm Quilting Machine comes on a 12’ steel table. It is equipped with an Intellistitch stitch regulator which ensures even stitches no matter how fast or slow you move the machine. The front handles make easy work of both freehand and custom quilting and the rear handles and built in laser light allow you to effortlessly stitch paper designs (pantographs) from the back of the machine. It has a needle positioner, separate bobbin winder, extra bobbins, extra needles and the original owner's manual. My longarm was very lightly used for my personal quilting. Will entertain serious offers. You are going to love finishing your own quilts at home in a fraction of the time. 905-869-7085 or email email@example.com
tbulington posted a topic in For Sale - Used Quilting MachinesStandard Nolting 24" Longarm Machine. Not sure of the age as was purchased used. Need to sell as room is 12 foot and table is 14ft. Will do king size quilts. Manual stitch, very basic good starter machine. Example of machine in use: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o0HvLe_cpHI&feature=youtu.be Located in Halstead Kansas. Pick up only
I've been a long arm quilter for going on 18 years, so I'm not looking for a machine that comes with classes. I also don't use pantograms, so those are not a selling point for me. I've been working all this time on a 1991 Nolting 26", that I have probably finished over 1000 quilts on, and it's getting to the end of it's life. Must Have's: 14 foot table at Least 26" throat made in this century My old machine is a pony, with no bells or whistles, so I'm not used to stitch regulation, or needle up and down, and bottom thread cutter--but I bet I could get used to them! I'm not interested in computer systems. I live in the Seattle Washington area, and am willing to come to you, and rent a truck to drive my new beast home. I'm thinking halfway across the country is far enough, so outer limits are San Fransisco, and South Dakota. Please feel free to contact me if you have or know of a machine up for sale! Becky Kraus KrausAR@aol.com 425-643-7178