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  1. Very gently used Babylock Coronet for sale. I've only used it 4 times in 4 years. I'm just a busy mom and dont have time. It is an excellent machine and breaking my heart to have to let it go. Easy to load a quilt, easy to maneuver. I love it for free motion. Great size for smaller quilts. Its a 5' frame, but I have used for queen size quilts. Pictures to come. All accessories included. Located in Louisville, KY.
  2. PRICE REDUCED AGAIN!!! FREE TURBO BOBBIN WINDER (NEVER USED) Ken-Quilt Princess Midarm Quilting Machine $6,395.00 ***free delivery within 100 miles of 63012 (Barnhart, MO)*** Throat size: 22" from needle to back of throat and 11 1/2" from bottom to top Hopping foot is centered to the needle for accuracy Extra large "M" steel bobbins (40 included, some already wound in various colors) Focusing & dimmable laser light stylus Front rotary tension assembly 13" fluorescent light over needle area Adjustable foam cushion grips on front & ba
  3. Design-A-Quilt DA-12. Long Arm Quilting Machine. High speed flat bed industrial sewing machine ( I believe Juki) especially modified for Design-A-Quilt and Bind-All. Made in USA. VERY NICE Cast Iron sewing machine. High speed single needle, 2 thread, lock-stitcher. It's stitch is formed with the thread take-up lever complete (line type) and rotary hook. Maximum sewing speed is 5500 s.p.m. Suitable for sewing thin to heavy weight fabric. Stitch is fine and well distributed. Hand guided. C
  4. For sale is a 26" Millenium Long Arm quilt machine with table. It can quilt up to a King size quilt. Machine and table are in excellent shape. The table is 12' long and has a motorized pick up roll (foot or switch operated). Laser Stylus Electric Bobbin Threader/Winder Brand new in 2007 for $14,000. I bought it in 2012 for $11,000, asking $8,500 for all. Included with the Long Arm are many panagraph patterns, books, templates, extra needles, and manual. Please see picture. The machine is located in a suburb of Rochester, New York. Please contact Pam at: na
  5. I have a Gammill Short Arm Quilting Machine. It is on an 11 foot table. Perfect condition. Never used much. I am upgrading to a larger machine. I have had it for sale before, but this time, I just need the room for the new machine. Therefore, I am offering it at a ridiculously low price of $1200.00. There is absolutely nothing wrong with it.
  6. If you are looking for a good workhorse machine with NO BELLS OR WHISTLES, this is the machine for you. It is a 1991 Nolting 26 inch Long Arm Machine, comes with a 14 foot table which is made of steel and wood. My husband made a track for the electrical cord to move freely all the way across the 14 feet. I am in the process of replacing the Leader fabrics on all of the rollers, and it has recently had a check up, so it's good to go! I am sending all of my pantagrams with it, there are at least 15-20 of them, a box that was used for shipping the head back to the factory about 10 years ag
  7. HandiQuilter Sixteen Sit-down for sale in Central Texas. My HandiQuilter is the traditional sixteen sit-down machine that preceded the Sweet Sixteen. It was manufactured in 2010. It does not have a stitch regulator or the ability to add a stitch regulator. It's very easy to use and I don't need a stitch regulator to make pretty stitches. I think the Tru-Stitch that was made for the Sweet Sixteen is cumbersome to use, so it wasn't a deal breaker for me. If you want to purchase a frame, this can also be used as a stand-up machine. It comes with the table and overlay, lots of bobbins and needle