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  1. We are considering upgrading to a larger throat machine and will be putting our Freedom up for sale. This was purchased direct from the DesMoines showroom. It is a white Freedom, L bobbin with Quilt Glide on a 12 foot black table with fabric advance, Hartley base expander, hydraulic lift and BLISS. We have installed the latest version encoders so everything is totally current. The table has also had zippers and leader grips installed. It can be upgraded to an M bobbin if a new owner wants to. It is an excellent machine with no issues. Location is just outside of Springfield Illinois. We a
  2. Selling my Millenium (2006) 12'ft table with Intelliquilter full version (super motors). Extensive pattern library to quilt to your heart's content. Here's a wonderful opportunity to get a great deal & start LA quilting for less than 1/2 the cost of new! Well maintained dealers machine & IQ (hundred's of pattern's) Original owner, excellent condition and well cared for and serviced professionally. Ergo lift, motorized power fabric advance, M & M wheels, Turbo power bobbin winder, base expander & rulers, MANY bobbins & threads (too many to count) oil, ne
  3. I have just listed a new 2 day IQ workshop on my website. I will be traveling to teach in West Central TX at Donna Thomas' Studio in San Angelo. Workshop will be Jan. 11th & 12th. There is room for 10 students. You can find all the information on my website. http://www.katydids.net/classes.html
  4. $23,000.00 plus shipping APQS long arm quilting machine with Intelliquilter (IQ) computer2012 Millennium, 26 inch arm with L bobbin on a 14 foot Bliss track table, Quilt glide, stitch regulator, auto quilt advance and 2012 IQ computer. This machine is in excellent condition. I am upgrading to a 30 inch Millennium with IQ.Machine is located in Pensacola, FloridaPlease contact Jolene Kneemiller for additional details and/or questions at kneemillerj@hotmail.com
  5. I am selling: 2016 Machine APQS Millennium, 12 foot table, (26 inch throat) and INTELLIQUILTER Classic LT. Will sell separately. BLISS Track System Automatic Quilt Advance System with foot pedal. Quilt Glide Stitch Mode Lower Bobbin Thread Cutter Hartley Base Extender Stitch Regulator Table on Castors Separate Bobbin Winder “M” Bobbin (larger of options) Vertical and Horizontal Channel Locks (Electronic) Laser Light, Low Bobbin indicator, Simple Touch Pad Controls, Top Thread Break Sensor, Multi Position Handles, Built In Black Lig
  6. A recent finish for my great niece's 10th birthday. I've had the fabric for quite a few years thinking it would make a pretty girls quilt and when my niece asked me to make her a quilt I knew what I wanted to use. The pattern is called Zinnia Garden from American Patchwork & Quilting 2017 calendar. My niece loved it and apparently her bedroom is being painted to go with it! Cathy APQS Freedom w/Intelliquilter
  7. I have a 2005 Millenium on a 12 ft. table equipped with an Intelliquilter. I am asking $18,000 and am located in Central Illinois. I have reduced the price to $17,050. In addition to the options the factory equipped the Millenium, I have added red snappers, automatic fabric rolling system, new leaders and hydraulic lift. I am including spools of Superior thread and prewound bobbins to get you started. The Intelliquilter comes with hundreds of designs, many of which have been purchased since I bought the system. I have all the designs cataloged on my computer and a file wil
  8. This is a lightly used A-1 Elite (23 inch throat) longarm quilting machine that is in excellent condition on a 12 foot table with Ergo-lift. It also includes the Full Version IntelliQuilter computerized system, loaded with the newest software update. The quilting machine, table and IQ are all included with the price. Asking $17,750. Please contact me for additional information. Purchaser responsible for take down, pickup, transportation, re-assembly and all associated costs. Location: Grants Pass, Oregon Contact: Suzanne digisuz2@charter.net
  9. I'm planning to start a longarm quilting business in the next few months. Found a great dealer who sells both APQS and Intelliquilter. I'm planning to invest in Intelliquilter so I can jump right in with computerized E2E without the learning curve (as this is my first, and hopefully last longarm purchase!) and I know that from a business standpoint, larger frames and wider throats are best for computerized quilting because they allow you to quilt a larger area with each advance of the quilt. However, I know that I want to learn to quilt freehand as well, if only for myself, and it seems lik
  10. FOR SALE A-1 Elite 23” Throat Quilting Machine on 12’ Hydraulic Table with IntelliQuilter $17,750 Location: Grants Pass, Oregon This is a lightly used A-1 Elite (23 inch throat) longarm quilting machine that is in excellent condition on a 12 foot table with Ergo-lift. It also includes the Full Version IntelliQuilter computerized system, loaded with the newest software update. The quilting machine, table and IQ are all included with the price. Please email me for additional information. Purchaser responsible for take down, pickup, transportation, re-assembly and all
  11. Kari

    Snow Day

    I just had to share. My Snow Day quilt is featured in the current issue of Fons and Porter Love of Quilting. I also designed a series of quilting designs for this in Art and Stitch. These designs were digitized and quilted on my APQS Millennium with Intelliquilter. They are perfect for your next snow quilt. http://www.onpointquilter.com/blog/snow-day Kari Schell APQS Millennium with Intelliquilter
  12. This Machine is now sold. The Long and Short of It (no pun intended) I got this millennium in 2005 and opened my business shortly afterward. This machine has served me well for 9 years. I’ve met some great quilters and great quilt teachers. I’d like to say I’ve quilted many beautiful quilts on it, but I’ll leave that for you to decide. (See my gallery at www.heartsdelightquilting.com) I’ve loved the creative and technical challenge of custom quilting on a hand-guided machine. But after 9 years, I was feeling like I was on the flat part of the learning curve, and also feeling like
  13. We have found a buyer for this system and are in the process of completing the transaction. It was snagged in less than three days! Thanks so much for your interest! I have a pre-owned 2012 ClassiQ with the latest SuperMotors (V3) and over 450 patterns. I am selling this system on behalf of a customer of mine. The system is ready to mount to an APQS Millennium or Freedom on Bliss rails. If you have a different type of machine or table, you could still use this IQ but we'd need to have you purchase slightly different mounting brackets to attach it to your machine. Keep in mind tha
  14. 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.....
  15. Just ordered my IQ and it's due to be installed in about a month. Yeeeee!!!! I'm very excited about it. But I've been looking online and lots of places sell already digitized designs and I know I can trace my designs on the IQ, but I'm just wondering about some of the software available to create my own digitized designs. Does anyone have a favorite? I've seen youtube video and other posts for Art & Stitch, Pro-Q, and another one that I forgot to write down. Anything special you think I should know or consider? Is it worth the expense? Also, I've seen a couple of systems for sale
  16. Hello, I'm very excited because I'm seriously thinking about getting the Intelliquilter for my Ultimate I. I was thinking about getting a new Millie and the IQ, but the cost was a little beyond my reach (okay, I'd have to sell a kidney, lol). Anyway, when I was talking to the IQ sales person in California (Ron Paul) he recommended that I get all the spare parts I would need for him to service the machine. ????? Like what??? He said, just call APQS and they can tell you what you need. I'll be honest, I'm at a complete loss. So far all I've got on my list are motor brushes and I'm
  17. Have you been enjoying the latest version of Art and Stitch? If you want an excuse to play, I am looking for bloggers to create ideas about how they would quilt my Irish Eyes quilt top. I would love to see what you come up with. I created some ideas of my own which are presented on my blog this week. I'm also providing a free Art and Stitch file for the motif I developed for the quilt. Check out the blog and the free file at http://www.onpointquilter.com/1/post/2014/04/party-time.html Art and Stitch is not required. Feel free to suggest a favorite pantograph or use Electric Quilt
  18. Have you ever been to a "Blog Party"? I participated in a series that Bonnie Hunter did as part of her Celtic Solstice mystery quilt last fall. I found it was a great way to start blogging and provided a way for me to gain exposure for my quilting business. I had so much fun, so I decided I wanted to create one around the concept of "Quilting the Quilt". Over the next week, I am hoping that many of you will develop an idea (or ideas) on how you would quilt top I posted to my blog this week. (This is a quilt that has been languishing in my personal stack of unquilted tops for at least a
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