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I'm a new Lenni owner.  my machine will be here tomorrow, whup whup.  I'm so excited.  I just started quilting this last winter.( Bored with crocheting.) 

And discovered I love it. but I couldn't quilt larger quilts on my sewing machine so I started investigating longarms. Hand quilting is out of the question.

I really liked the Innova but there were lots of reasons it wasn't right for me. The main reason is there is NO life time warranty on their machines.  That's

what sold me on APQS...  But not only that the Lenni has every thing on it that the Innova has for half the price.  I've played with both...  Didn't feel any

differents.  I still have a lot to learn, but really excited to learn, and can't wait to get started.  

 

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Congrats.  Enjoy!  Come back with any questions you might have.


Gail Olfert

Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take, but by the number of times our breath is taken away

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I've had my Lenni since 2016 and LOVE it!  Congrats!


Deb

May your passion for thread & fabric creations bring joy to you and others!

Blessed wife to my amazing husband, thankful mom to my phenomenal kids, Caretaker to the very spoiled fur & feather babies.

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

Blog: applewoodquilts.blogspot.com

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Hey Catty, welcome to the APQS family.  How's it going with your Lenni, it's a beautiful machine.


Connie
Port Huron, MI   48060
APQS Sales Rep and Educator
Millennium with Intelliquilter (IQ)

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I am "test driving" a Lenni machine early next week and can't find this information anywhere.  How deep will the row be as I quilt across.  I know that the machine has a 22" throat, however with the quilt accumulating at the base of the throat that will eat into the depth of the row.  Thanks.

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