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Like New - $8500.00 The BERNINA Q 20 comes standard as a sit-down model machine. The generous freearm depth and height provide ample space for managing your larger quilts. Take full advantage of the 20" freearm depth. BERNINA Longarm Stitch Regulation Master hand-guided quilting quickly with the assistance of the integrated BERNINA Stitch Regulator. The BERNINA Longarm Stitch Regulator is simple to activate and simple to customize using the machine’s touch screen. Set the stitch length as preferred for a variety of quilting styles. The BERNINA Longarm Stitch Regulator keeps the stitch length consistent even at variable stitching speeds. Choose between three stitch regulation modes, including a basting mode or a fully manual mode. Unique user interface BERNINA brings the best of the domestic machine world to the longarm world with a simple to navigate, color touch screen. Totally customizable, it includes useful functionalities like a stitch counter and built-in tutorial. Unique threading path and integrated bobbin winder The forward position of the thread stand is easy to reach and the threading path simple to follow. The integrated bobbin winder is just one of the small details that make this machine unique. Unique tension control The BERNINA Longarm models offer the industry’s only presser foot tension release for threading ease. The exclusive tension system features numeric tension settings making it very easy to use a variety of thread types with success. Speed With 2,200 stitches per minute for hand-guided quilting, you will complete more quilts more quickly than ever. Built-in needle threader Quick and easy threading of the needle thanks to the semi-automatic needle threader. LED lighting LED lighting along the length of the machine and above the needle illuminates the quilt for enhanced visibility. The brightness is dimmable or can even be turned off, an especially helpful option when working with white thread on white fabric. What’s under the hood? The Bernina Q20 is cutting-edge machines are equipped with numerous innovative functions and programs.The advantages of the BERNINA Q 20. General Features Throat space 508 mm (20") Screen 109 mm (4.3") Throat space area fully illuminated with LEDs Operating system Touch Hook system M Class Rotary Hook Threader Semi-automatic Thread tension Electronic Presser foot lift Electronic Thread indicator Upper Thread BERNINA Stitch Regulator functionality Dual Stitch Regulators Connection (basic) USB host / slave Connection (additional purpose) HDMI Update-able Sewing & Quilting Features Sewing speed maximum 2,200 spm Stitch length minimum 1.05 mm (24 Stitches per inch) Stitch length maximum 25.4 mm (1 Stitch per inch) Personal Program On-board bobbin winder Compatible with domestic machine needles Compatible with BERNINA free-motion feet
I have a Babylock Tiara that I would like to sell. $2000, OBO. A large table comes with it. The main table is 30" deep by 36" wide. The drop leafs that are made for the table that come with are 18" wide. When fully extended, it is 36" by 72" wide. Great for a beginner to free motion or someone who wants to do thread painting. The table is adjustable for height. Wonderful for someone with limited space in their home. Excellent condition. Low use due to the long arm I usually use. I'm in the central valley of California. If interested, I will send a photo of the stitch count. Please call if interested. Only serious inquiries please. I have no way of shipping due to it's large size. Comes with it's own bobbin winder. I should put down where I am. Central Valley of California. About 30 miles south of Yosemite.
Hello, ladies and gents! This is my first 'share post', and I'm a little nervous, but very excited about the dramatic improvement my Millie is over my old system! I humbly submit a couple of quilts I just took off my new Millie. I have only had her since late November, and I am reeling in the new freedom to play with free motion modern designs and to try new things with each project. (I load a larger backing and batting than the main quilt requires, and then practice free motion design ideas on little table mats and smaller projects in the side margin) These are not intricately pieced to give me lots of negative space to practice in, and so far, the stitch quality even changing thread weights and types of bobbins, is just excellent! Pretty easy to look good when the machine is such a dream. A grateful shout out to the wonderful community here, and to you lovely and helpful experts who give so generously to us beginners. Thank you! Beth