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    TMK
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    Good Morning. I will soon be the proud owner of a Bailey 15. My husband and I took a trip down state (south of Rochester) to have a look at a Bailey. I wanted to run it and check out he quality. Well I am impressed. Mr. Bailey is a very friendly and informative man. The machine runs very smoothly and with the stitch regulator it just floats. I was well prepared to pay for the machine but my husband said I "might as well" get the stitch regulator since we were there. What a guy!

    I have to say, I have been envious of you ladies with "wonderful" husbands who buy you machines or say "go a head and get it". Now I can officially say the same. He is definaley a keeper.

    Now I can't wait to get my machine home and load of that first quilt and have fun. I'll post more after I have used it.

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    Congrats!! And wow, what a keeper. Have fun with your Bailey. I am sure you will enjoy!!

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    Oh that is wonderful, I am thinking of a Bailey 13 or 15 to purchase too. Im glad to hear the great review. Im new to quilting and i want a user friendly machine without all the bells and whistles. I will only be quilting for myself and family. thanks for the info

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    TMK, congratulations! I have the 15", the 17" wasn't born yet or I would have gotten it. LOVE my machine!

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    How exciting, congrats! I will inform my bailey 13 that a new cousin has been born! I love my bailey, I have her set on a graceII frame. Enjoy your new friend.

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    Congrats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TMK
    Good Morning. I will soon be the proud owner of a Bailey 15. My husband and I took a trip down state (south of Rochester) to have a look at a Bailey. I wanted to run it and check out he quality. Well I am impressed. Mr. Bailey is a very friendly and informative man. The machine runs very smoothly and with the stitch regulator it just floats. I was well prepared to pay for the machine but my husband said I "might as well" get the stitch regulator since we were there. What a guy!

    I have to say, I have been envious of you ladies with "wonderful" husbands who buy you machines or say "go a head and get it". Now I can officially say the same. He is definaley a keeper.

    Now I can't wait to get my machine home and load of that first quilt and have fun. I'll post more after I have used it.
    Congratulations on your new Bailey. My husband is very generous also. He just purchased the Tin Lizzie 18DL for me with his bonus. He is a very supportive person when it comes to my quilting.

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    Congrats! Give hubby a hug from all of us!!

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    Can you use the Q bot on the Bailey?

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    Sorry, but I don't know what the Q bot is. Best bet would be to e-mail to bialeysc@rochester.rr.com.

    Tina

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