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Thread: Baby Lock Quilters Choice machine

  1. #21
    Senior Member quilt-fanatic's Avatar
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    I bought the Babylock Quilter's Choice (floor demo model) 2 years ago for $879.00. The dealer has been good to work with. I have difficulty winding bobbins on it - thread seems to get loopy, and make sure you get the wlaking foot included - it costs $75.00 if you have to buy one! I've taken the class, but only used a few of the decorative stitches.

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    just a year late. I found with my machine that everything kind of goes foofoo when I don't clean out the lint in and under the race, which is the part that holds the bobbin. So I stop at beginning, middle and end to clean out and my qc is happy.

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    The Juki 98, the Brother 1500 S, and the Baby Lock Quilter look almost alike. Depends on what you can afford. I could only afford the great price I gave on Amazon for the Brother and I am so happy with it. Pauline

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    I have the Baby Lock Quilters Choice, have had it nearly 5 years, enjoy sewing with it. I love the automatic threader and scissors. The only thing I would change is a larger area for rolling a large quilt in when quilting. It is a wonderful machine, my dealer is closeby if I have problems, which I have had. It is good to not have to go far, when things are out of whack on a machine. I have thought what I should do, a new machine would be great, but not sure I would gain enough of what I use to warrant the cost.

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    Junior Member Quiltgirl26's Avatar
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    I have one and love it! It's easy to use and has great bells and whistles.

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    I totally agree with you. They are very good machines.

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