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Depends on what size table you have.  I think the Lenni is available with 8 - 10 or 12 foot tables.  Any batting fibre can be used in any machine, just make sure that the batting is suitable longarm quilting.

 


Gail Olfert

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Vicky:  There is ample room in the throat to hold a king size quilt rolled up on the take-up roller.  The only thing that happens is that your sewing "field" gets a bit smaller as you roll up the quilt.  Doesn't make any difference unless your doing a large panto (something over 12 inches) or large pattern blocks.  Hopes this helps.  Jim

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Sorry, I can't advise you there.  I don't do pantos, and I have an Ult 2 with a custom table, not a Lenni so my sewing field would be different from yours.  Someone who does pantos on their Lenni should be able to answer that question.  Jim

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I believe Lenni has a 16" stitch area
If you keep between 7-9" I would imagine you'll be more than fine.

 


Deb

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Lenni has a 20" throat - I'm not 100% sure on the sewing field size but know I can do a 13" panto and have room left over. 


Deb

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Blissed APQS Lenni 2016, a few Janome's and a beautiful Featherweight

Blog: applewoodquilts.blogspot.com

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