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APQS Millenium (2000-2001 model) Non smoking home. Do have pets - dog & cat but are not included with the machine!! I live near the Tri-cities area which makes Roanoke, Charlotte, Knoxville, and Charleston within a 3 1/2 hour or less drive. I can work with someone on transporting the machine. The poles are 12 feet long! Everything you need is included - the only thing you supply is the quilts and batting. Includes: 12' Frame with Bliss upgrade rails Stitch Regulator Auto fabric advance Hydraulic lift Micro handles Over 140 spools of thread - many new in package - all assorted colors (most are Superior Brand) Assorted spools of Superior’s King Tut variegated thread 1000+ prewound bobbins Turbo bobbin winder Extra bobbin cases Extra needles Multiple zipper sets - easily move quilts on and off frame Acrylic tool assortment including an assortment of flowers, shapes A few sample pantographs APQS Manuals Multiple design books as well as practice books for learning longarming Pros: Workhorse of a machine - will go forever Automatic fabric advance is wonderful Every thread color you could ever want Sturdy frame with hydraulic lift Cons: One of the four machine handles needs to be replaced ($85 from APQS) If adding an Intelliquilter (not included) or other computer will definitely need to go for a spa day Machine would benefit from a spa day at APQS to completely overhaul the inner workings and fine tuning however it works great as a freehand machine. Selling as is so that whoever purchases the machine can send it in to APQS and any warranted parts will be in their name - handles are interchangeable from the front to the back so the handle with the failing switch didn't really affect me as I don't sew from the back. In standard stitch regulated mode, the machine works great. I have ran the machine with the IQ for the past five years and had no issues until November 2020. My issues seem to always be with the tension so it might just be me. It worked for my husband but got grumpy whenever I tried to take over. I believe there is an APQS tech out of the Fairfax, Va area who works on machines as well so if needed she might be able to reach out sooner than APQS. I did have my Intelliquilter hooked up and the machine and the IQ were having a battle over settings and tension. My husband purchased a brand new machine for me (awesome gift) and so I decided rather than send the machine in I would lower the price. That way any work that would be done would all be under the new owner's account for warranty purposes. If I send it in for the machine overhaul, the price would be $5000 for the machine, frame and extras, instead, the asking price is $4000. Please email for more information - firstname.lastname@example.org
2010 Crown Jewel Quilting Machine by Baby Lock on a Majestic Quilting Frame (Model BJC18-QM) $16,995 original purchase price. In excellent condition. Includes all manuals, more than 12 Quilting DVDs and laptop platform as well. The Crown Jewel longarm machine from Baby Lock allows you to create gorgeous and intricate quilting with an astonishingly smooth stitch for the utmost creative freedom and precision. With a generous 18" longarm, you can achieve beautiful and professional-quality quilting with ease. This excellent machine is located in Conover, NC and is listed in an online estate auction. Please visit the following link for more information and to place your bids. https://ctbids.com/#!/description/share/840423
I can't figure out how to delete this ad, but my 2013 APQS Millennium is no longer for sale. It's all Jessica's fault at APQS Tech Support -- decided to upgrade to the 2019 style Quick Change hopping feet and remove my thread cutter, and I am so much happier with my machine now that I decided not to sell it, after all. APQS has the best tech support ever! And I LOVE that APQS makes these newer features available so we can update our older machines at such a reasonable cost. THANK YOU! :-)