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  1. This is a wonderful Avante longarm by Handi Quilter. The machine includes micro handles, ruler base, after-market laser, rear handlebars for pantographs, Pro-stitcher premium and the bobbin winder. It has 11+ million stitches on the machine and it was serviced in 2019 for normal maintenance. Selling due to upgrading to another Handi Quilter machine. You can choose a 10' studio frame or 12' studio frame for your machine.
  2. For sale is a Handi Quilter Fusion 24 in great condition. Also, 12 foot frame and Pro Stitcher Premium. This machine has been well cared for, recently serviced (tuned up). I am the first and only owner, purchased in October, 2011. The stitch count is 12,600,000. I have the original packaging for the machine. You'll get the instruction manuals, extra bobbins, and bobbin winder with the machine, and other accessories. I am upgrading and need to sell. Price is $12,500 OBO I am located in Shelby Township, Michigan which is an hour away from Detroit. Happy to answer questions.
  3. Purchased in April of 2013. Works great, just upgrading! In the 5 years since I've had the machine, I've quilted 37+ million stitches, mostly custom. For examples of work done on the machine, see my website: www.TheGirlWhoQuilts.com. and my InstaGram feed (TheGirlWhoQuilts). I've used a wide variety of threads on the machine - currently quilting with mostly Aurifil. Machine has had regular cleaning and maintenance. It was last cleaned and serviced at the beginning of 2018. Located in Pittsburgh, PA. If buyer is in the Pittsburgh area, or the Chicago or Peoria, IL areas, I will provide 2 days of free training! Includes: ruler base 2 rulers 62 bobbins 34 partial cones of thread - all work well with the machine, as I used them in the past! 2 books plus instruction manual and video 1 channel lock pack of bobbin genies 2 pantos: Barcode and Drift laser for panto quilting front and back handles bobbin winder and all original tools We can disassemble, buyer is responsible for picking up from my home studio. We can help set up if buyer is in the Pittsburgh, PA area. I do have the original shipping box for the machine, but I do not know shipping costs. Asking $7000. Feel free to email me with any questions! QuiltyGirl@gmail.com
  4. Please help me decide between these two machines --- APQS Millie and Handi Quilter Infinity My husband and I are planning to purchase one of these machines by summer to start a home business for machine quilting. We also plan to buy either the ProStitcher or the IntelliQuilter software for the machine, because that is the primary focus for developing our business. I DO want to do my own custom quilting manually on my machine, but that won't be the type of quilting I will do for our customer base until I master the techniques for myself. I know this is an APQS board, but I know that there have been reviews and comparisons of other machines here as well. I would so much appreciate any insight from anyone who has used both brands of machines to talk about quality, features, and service. What is it that I MUST know about either machine that could seriously impact my decision? My husband is learning toward the Handi Quilter machine now, primarily because of the difference in cost and that the dealer is less than 1 hour away from where we live. The Handi Quilter does have a financing plan of no interest charges for up to 5 years which is VERY attractive to both of us. I like the APQS because of its lifetime warranty, and I prefer the design and sturdiness of the table that it comes with. Trying out both machines hasn't really shown me any preferences in easy or functionality of one machine over the other. But, then again, I have not done any longarm machine quilting before either. I don't want to be too short-sided, however, and make a decision on cost alone and wish that I had considered other features before buying. Hence, my questions to those of you kind enough to read my question. Thank you! Lisa
  5. Handi Quilter HQ Avante Longarm Quilting Machine with 12 Foot Frame + Prostitcher Automation Software. Machine is in excellent condition. Cost of this set up was over $20,000 brand new. Purchased in 2015. Item is for local pick up only, cannot be shipped. I am selling this for a local dealer who received it as a trade in. Asking $10,500.00. Includes the original accessories like Bobbin winder, leader cloths, bobbins, needles, ect. Has some extras as well.
  6. Handi Quilter HQ 18 Avante with HQ Pro-Stitcher. Comes with 12 ft table, bobbin winder w/extra bobbins, pantograph patterns, “red snappers”, and software DVD’s, everything needed to upgrade your quilting hobby. New price in excess of $16,000, asking $12,750. Located in Southwest Missouri, north of Springfield. Can be picked up, shipping arranged by buyer or would try to meet up a reasonable distance. Contact xfirepop@yahoo.com
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