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Terri D.

APQS George for sale with deluxe table

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2012 stationary, lightly used, well cared for, sit-down quilting machine, timed to 3.5, allowing use of a smaller needle. Large table has 4 generously sized drawers plus front and side extensions to support large quilts, eliminating drag as they are maneuvered under the needle.

Without table: $3,700 - does not include shipping

With table: $4,000 - local (Houston, TX area) pick up only


  • ·         20" throat space

  • ·         adjustable motor speed

  • ·         needle up/down positioner button

  • ·         tension control knob

  • ·         LED lighting

  • ·         Deluxe 60 x 24 table; expands to 77 x 40 with leaf extensions


  • ·         hopping foot

  • ·         extra bobbin case

  • ·         15 bobbins

  • ·         8 Groz-Beckert needles

  • ·         1 dozen pre-wound bobbins

  • ·         thread stand

  • ·         user manual (DVD & printed)

  • ·         Training DVD

  • ·         Maintenance DVD

  • ·         9 cones 50-weight Superior So Fine! polyester thread – assorted colors

  • ·         Simplicity bobbin winder

Machine is from a smoke and pet free home.

Note: There is a ~2" hairline scratch in the middle of the plexiglass insert; does not affect machine performance.

Shipping options:

George without the table: Seller will disassemble unit from the table and re-pack into original shipping box with original foam cushions. Buyer pays shipping - dependent on zip code and amount of insurance desired.

George with the table: The table is substantial (weighs a lot!) so it would be most economical if it could be sold locally (Houston, TX and surrounding area) together with George to avoid the cost of shipping altogether. Buyer would have to pick up.

No returns.









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I-10 & Beltway 8 (west side)

If you're still interested and would prefer direct contact, please feel free to email me at the address below, substituting the at sign for the word AT and a period for the word DOT (just trying to avoid future spam by presenting it this way). Thanks for your interest!

Terri dobitz AT comcast DOT net

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