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I have Lenni with a 10 ft. table and upgraded to Bliss shortly after it became available.  I would have a 12 ft. table if I had room.  But 99% of the quilts I quilt are queen sized or smaller so there are no issues with size with my 10 ft. table.  And I absolutely love my Lenni!!!   :wub:    :wub:    :wub:


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I had a Gammill Classic on 12' table for about 16 years. I sold the Gammill and bought a used Lenni on a 10' bliss table. I love this little machine on the 10' table. It's a simple but amazing quilting machine and the smaller machine on a smaller table are just exactly what I wanted. If I were buying a new Lenni I would definitely get the Bliss table. 


Renee'

Moscow Idaho

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I have had my Lenni since October and I love it. I have the 12 foot table but I do not have the Bliss table. When I ordered it the dealer told me I would not need it with the Lenni because it was a lighter machine. I am very new to long arm quilting but so far I really like this machine and I think it handles very good with the table I have.

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Sheila,  In total honesty I do not have the bliss table.  Instead I got the edgeriders on the new carriage and track and when I tried the

bliss at a show, I felt my Penny ran smoother.

 The folks I got the new carriage and rails from, don't sell them any more.  Wishes they did.

 

Good Luck

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I have lenni on 10' table and love it. It's the perfect size for me, 5'1", but I wanted(still do) the 12' table.  So far I've only had 2 quilts too large.  As for pantos, which I mostly do, 13.5 is not quite manageable.  You have to do some fudging(re drawing) at the top of the panto on the last few rows of the quilt.


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Yes,Sheila.  But, you are limited in choices in the various sizes.  Sometimes the one you want is 13.  Urban Elementz will resize theirs for a fee.  I went larger on one that was too closely drawn and was very pleased with it.


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I don't try to do any panto's ovewr 12 inches.

 

I seldom do a panto due to it causing spinal pain.

 

Penny is computerized.

 

We took a closet and made it into an alcove and put one end of the table in there.  It was the only way a 10 foot

table would fit.  A 12 foot table would have needed my dsm corner taken out and put in another room.   I didn't

want that. I've only had 2 quilts that were too big to comfortably fit on the frame  One I sent back, just did Not

like the quilt or her requests, top of the line custom and only wanted to pay for an all over. :(

 

The other I left about 18" not quilted down one sode, finished the rest of the quilt and rebasted the quilt to a zipper

leader and finished the other strip.  Came out quite well.  That quilt was 120" long.. it was getting snug in the throat.

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