Can this price be right? Does anyone have experience with this company? If so soon as I pay my car off its mine lol.
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raedar I have been looking at the Bailey machines too. They are manufactured by a small family business therefore I think that is why they can keep their prices low. I have been considering buying one of their machines too. But my finances are limited right now. Maybe in the future I can manage to get one. I think they would be a good company to deal with. Let me know if you do get one and how it works out.
I have seen this machine at a show...it looked really nice. I didn't get to try it...there was a line!! Anyway, hope to see some other's experiences with it. I wouldn't mind getting this one, either.
Wow, I am very interested. I think I have seen them online before. Go for it.
i would join the Grace Yahoo Group before i purchased a Start Right Frame.
there are many complaints that the pins break on the rails and the joints aren't welded properly causing the stitches to skip every time you come to those areas.
the juki machine has great reviews but its only 9 inches.
My wonderful hubby gave me the Bailey 13 for valentines day 2011 and I LOVE IT. I only quilt for myself, so it's all I need and for the price, it just can't be beat. It's a very basic machine, no bells and whistles but it is a workhorse, and gets the job done. Mine is on a grace start right frame. There is also a yahoo group dedicated solely to these 3 machines, 13", 15" & 17", started by Deb, thats also a great help with researching it, the goods and the bads, etc. The owner, Mr. Bailey is also first rate when it comes to customer service and standing behind his product. Hope this helps.
I'm a member of the Bailey online group, but I don't have one - I joined to ask questions and so far I've really liked the answers I've gotten.
the Bailey has good machine.I chose an Innova but if money is limited you can not be the price with a deep throat size.there are cheaper setups with a domestic machine on them but if you are quilting a queen sized quilt you have very little quilting room near the end of the quilt.we test drove one at a quilt expo and it was good.frame is not a pro quality but if you are just doing a few quilts here and there it would be just fine.