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Hi All, It's time to sell my second long arm machine. I'm the 3rd owner for this machine. I bought it near the end of 2010 from a lady in Boyertown, PA. She bought it to use it for personal use off a lady who bought it new from APQS to start a business I believe which didn't happen. She sold it because it was too much for her and she needed the room. I know she told me she had it serviced by the PA APQS rep before selling it to me. . I had 2 or 3 people who took lessons on it with me, but then never rented time on it. So I have used it for some quilting while I had others on my large frame. It has been well maintained and used by me for maybe a few dozen quilts. I bought this machine as a second machine ( I have an older Milie) with the intention of starting a long arm rental business in a rented place. That never worked out in this area. I had 2 ladies take beginning lessons on the machine (where I was with them continually) but then never had anyone rent time on it. So I used it to work on quilts the few days I was at my store since I use my Millie for everything. After I closed my store in the fall of 2013, I set the machine up at home in case I got custom quilts that needed to stay on my larger frame for a time so that I could work on other quilts. I did use it a bit, but not enough to warrant keeping it (a dozen or so quilts at the most). It has always been in a place where it was heated and air conditioned. I maintained it and oiled it when used. The past year especially it has not been used as I have been dealing with breast cancer since the beginning of the year. now that I'm getting back to somewhat normal and starting to get back to work, I realized that it's better to sell this machine to someone else. You can look on the APQS website for the specs on the machine which is close to my machine. I know they changed the handle design. I know I have an original brochure and picture somewhere that I can take a picture of and send to you if you like. I did update the table and carriage system sometime in 2011. The current table is black with one piece rails and an IQ carriage system. I didn't want to spend $3,000 to upgrade to the Bliss table and system and this was a less expensive alternative. It runs smoother that the original table and I haven't had problems with it. When I closed my store and disassembled it, I set it up in my family room (first picture, machine on the left). I then took it down for space and later reset it back up in a spare room ( second picture). Then my son moved back in temporarily after college and down it came again. Now I don't want to reset it back up since I mainly use my large machine for the little quilting I still do. $6,000 Elysburg, PA FOR SALE APQS 2010 Lenni longarm quilting machine No, I AM NOT going out of business. This is my SECOND long arm machine. For those of you that remember my store, this is the machine I had set up there. It is just sitting, having taken it apart last May after being reset back up in my home. It's a shame because it is a wonderful, high quality machine for someone. It is on a 10 foot table and includes extras such as the base for doing ruler work, zippered leaders with extra sets for quilts, a new brake system, horizontal spool holder, micro drive handles, extra bobbin cases and bobbins. The pictures show the last quilt I quilted on this machine and the machine on the left when it was set up in another room. I'm asking $6,000 or best offer PICKUP ONLY. If you have any other questions or interest, please contact me through here or the following: firstname.lastname@example.org 570-259-2008 (please leave a message as I get way too many junk calls any more) Thank you!
This is a great machine and only 18 months old! This works great for a home or business quilter. I love this machine, but my travel schedule is unrelenting and she is just sitting here. I have quilted about 5 quilts. She needs to go to a good home. This glides very well and I do micro stippling with no problem. I'm not a "back-of-the-machine" quilter but I tried some pantographs and the laser is a dream. The table adjusts from 6'-12'. It is very stable and easy to manage. I would purchase again, when I'm not letting it collect dust. It comes with digital stitch regulator (runs manually as well), built in bobbin winder, M capacity bobbin, bobbins, tool kit, manuals, new LED/UV lighting, needle up/down, laser light, auto needle positioner. front and rear handles, .. the extras: a bobbin winder,micro handles, light bar, open toe foot, ruler base. I am located between King of Prussia PA and Reading PA. Purchaser is responsible for take down, pickup, transportation, reassembly and all related costs. Asking $6,000 or best offer.