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  1. 2012 APQS Millennium Longarm Quilting Machine with Quilt Path Computerized System and freehand tools – Selling for just $18,000 – Would cost you $34,075 if new) Machine is like new, fewer than 100 quilts stitched on this machine. Some of the extras have never been used. Machine has never needed service and works great. Reason for selling: Owner is a professional Quilt Pattern Designer and thought she’d like to quilt some of her designs, but her designing business takes up the bulk of her time, so she has quilted only a few. If you buy this treasure of a machine, you’ll have EVERYTHING you need to get started and then some, whether you want to try freehand quilting or computerized quilting. And I’ll give you a free training class ($250 value) in my home studio in Gloucester, VA, to familiarize you with the machine (I own a similar one) and to help you operate a business from your home. Machine resides with the owner in Waldorf, MD. I am an APQS representative and am helping the owner sell her machine. Contact: Georgene Huggett, Gloucester, VA, Email: Georgene@GeorgeneQuilts.com (757) 848-6540 Owner will disassemble and package the machine ready for your pickup. No shipping. The owner originally bought the machine without the computer, but decided to add it 5 months later, which is why you’re getting the benefit of both hand guided tools and the computer. You have a choice. All blue prices in parentheses indicate price if you were to buy new ($ if new). MACHINE ($19,700 for machine only) -- ($34,075 with machine extras and computer) 2012 APQS Millennium (top of the line) which includes – Stitch Regulator Thread Cutter Single Stitch Button Laser Light Turbo Bobbin Winder Black Light Horizontal and Vertical Channel Lock (only the Millennium has both horizontal and vertical Platform Hopping Foot (others available for purchase) Owner ordered many extras with the machine -- Bliss Rails on 12-foot table ($1,000 extra) Most people’s choice, 26” throat space, 12’ table will do King sized quilt and the Bliss rails help the machine move very smoothly. Power Fabric Advance ($1,350 extra) No handles or gears to maneuver, just push a foot pedal. Quilt Glide ($1,250 extra) You can do small stippling with ease using the stitch regulator “L” size Smart Bobbin (the one I would recommend) Gives you the best tension. Footprint of machine would be 5’3” x 12’ COMPUTER -- Quilt Path Computerized System by Grace Company ($9,500 if new) – Comes with free upgrades for as long as you own the system. EXTRAS INCLUDED ($1,275 if new) Hartley Base Expander (ruler base) ($170) Hartley Perfect Circle ($305) Vertical Cone Holder ($90) Hartley Worktable and Clamp Supports ($145) 11 Paper Pantographs and 30 additional patterns added to the 250+ that come with Quilt Path (approximately $200+) Quick Zip set of zippers for machine and quilt top ($75) (exactly what I use) Towa Bobbin Gage ($50) You can set your bobbin tension and know it’s perfect Corsage Pins and Magnetic Holders ($40) Use for attaching quilt back to zippers or canvas Bobbins and Thread, Needles ($200 to $300, maybe more) Machine Manual and Assembly Instructions – Everything that came with the machine Free Customer Care and Support and access to online education. Free day of Training. FOR PICTURES, PLEASE SEND ME YOUR EMAIL. I WAS UNABLE TO LOAD THEM HERE.
  2. Looking for help. My best friend passed away last October, very unexpectedly. She had a PC Quilter on her longarm. Her family is needing to sell the longarm but we know nothing about the PC quilter. Worth anything? Any help would be appreciated. I have my Millie with IQ but am lost here.
  3. I have the Dell computer with the compuquilter. every thing works but...my Screen will not show anything. the computer turns on fine...fan and lights,no beeping. and i hooked up the screen to my tv and that works. its just the tower is not giving a signal to the screen....AND...this is not a great time to have problems....of course!
  4. I am looking into purchasing a long arm.... so excited. Not sure if it will be APQS or Gammill. Love the Creative Studio software. Has anyone used IQ? and do you have 12 inch or anyone out there with the 9.7 inch version? Any regrets? Advice welcome. This is a big step for me and you are the experts. Thanks in advance
  5. For Sale........ Babylock Crown Jewel Longarm Quilting Machine Purchased November 2011 10 ft Pearl Frame Includes Prostitcher Computer with many built in patterns Front and rear handles LCD Display Menus Laser Stylus Built in vertical and horizontal channel lock Uses size M bobbins Ruler base included Horizontal Spool Pin Open Toe Hopping Foot Adjustable cloth leaders and side clamps Instruction and Reference Guide for Crown Jewel Instruction and Reference Guide for Prostitcher Located on the west coast of Florida $15,000.00 Purchaser is responsible for breakdown, pickup or transportation costs, and set up costs. Email: beadladyjr@aol.com
  6. Wahoo!!! It's finally here. After six interminably long weeks, my IQ finally arrived and was installed. Yipee !!! Happy Dance! Now I can play....er, I mean practice diligently.... The first quilt (a sampler of my own making) will go on the frame tonight. That way I can practice all the unique techniques that Laura Lee Fritz taught me over the weekend. She was a wealth of information. Pictures when I'm done, but that may be a while since I have out of town company coming in today and staying for two weeks. I'll see if I can sneek time in on my machine. .......tippie toe......
  7. I have an APQS Millennium, and have the opportunity to purchase Husqvarna-Viking's quilting computer at a more than reasonable price. It's Quilt Sew Clever. Do any of you know if this is compatible with the Millennium, and would it require extra equipment to adapt it? I'm thinking it wouldn't be compatible. I don't see any links on the web that combine the two. I would appreciate as much input as I can get!
  8. Hello Everyone, We've added a subforum for the new APQS Quilt Path. Post your comments, questions, Quilt Path photos and anything related to the Quilt Path right here. You'll find the subforum under: Longarm Machine Quilting Training ----Computer Aided Quilting -----APQS Quilt Path I will most likely move older threads that are specifically related to the Quilt Path to this subforum when time permits, but I'll leave a link to the thread in which the topic originated to maintain any bookmarks you may have added. Happy computerized quilting!