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Original Owner of 2008 Lenni with 10 foot table.  Asking $3800.  Seller will disassemble.  No shipping.  Original box for machine head.  Includes Bobbin Winder and Original Owner Manual.  $300 in extras included - Hartley Expander Base, Vertical Cone Holder, 12 Pantos. No Warranty.  Prefer prospective buyer visit to test drive before purchase.  Located in Harrisburg NC outside of Charlotte NC.  Message me if interested.  Personal use in smoke free home.   Mary.  

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I will reduce the price by $300 if you don't want the extras listed.  I will box it up and put in the attic at the end of the month if not sold.  It is a good buy.  Mary

 

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Hi Mary.   I am a brand new to longarm quilting.  Just took my first class 2 weeks ago.  I will be in Charlotte in a couple of weeks.   My daughter lives in kannapolis and my son in concord.   I might be interested, but not 100% sure.  I just do not know how much Room it takes up.   The machine I used in class was a millennium and that was quite large.   I am taking a second class on sept 5th. So we will see.  Before I leave for Charlotte, I will check back and see if the machine is still available.  I took the longarm class because all of the quilters with experience in my area are really booked up. So it is very hard to get a quilt/ project quilted.  It takes months.    So I thought I could learn how to do this.    Cindy. 

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Please PM me your phone number if you want pictures.  I have the machine in a space that is 11 feet by 7.5 feet.  This gives me plenty of room to work from the front and back and get around on one side.  You only need clearance on one end of the 10 foot length.  I have mine on a wood floor with felt on the bottom of the legs.  I can slide it close to the wall if I need the room for something else.  The machine is 10 feet long by about 45 inches wide.  There is enough room under the machine to hold my entire fabric stash in plastic bins.  It is so nice to be able to load the quilt when I want and walk away when I want.  I used to quilt about an hour each morning before going to work.  Thanks for your interest.  

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