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  1. After 2 years of research I've finally pulled the trigger. Ordered a Lucey with a 10 ft Blissed table. I was torn between her and Lenni....reason...price! Cause I'm new I figured I wouldn't know what I was missing if I went smaller but after "one" more test drive I felt the longer arm had more visibility and has the same motor as Millie. I learned after I bought my Bernina 780 I really didn't need all the bells & whistles cause I rarely use any of them.. So that is why I stayed clear of Millie & Freddie (along with the $$). On Wednesday they will call to finalize my order. BUT (there's always a but) I still wonder if I'm making the right decision as the one I ordered is used....2015 with a 3 yr warranty at about the same price as a Lenni on a Blissed table. Looking to hear from someone that bought used & their experience. Next question bobbin size. I'm leaning toward "M"..thoughts? Where do u buy the rolls of batting and what brand? What are your thoughts on the leaders vs zippers. Buying prewound bobbins vs winding your own? Best place to buy thread? Bobbins? Tension problems...I've read some horror stories on the forum about that & the people discussing it say they are veterans. So scary for a newbie so I would really appreciate all of the advise and opinions I can get. Thanks for taking your time away from quilting to help out a nervous newbie!!!
  2. Hi everyone I looked at sit down quilt machines a few months and saw George at the Grand Rapids AQS show. Took the plunge and ordered and now I'm waiting. 2 weeks for George but 4-5 weeks for Tracy table. Thanks to everyone for information on this forum. The Info. helped Nancy Quiltcatt