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Thread: Is this a good price for a Long Arm Sewing Machine?

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    mamatobugboo's Avatar
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    Jul 2008
    Maple Grove, MN (by way of GA, NC, PA, NC, AL!)
    Quote Originally Posted by Pinkrose4664
    Hummm, I will have to check to see if the Juki TL98Q comes with a stitch regulator. What do they do?
    the Juki itself does not come with a stitch regulator but with just about any quilting frame, you can purchase a separate attachement that will regulate your stitches or just control the speed of the machine. I don't know if the attachments will work just with the machine and without hte frame, but I don't see why not! At least for the Grace Company, the speed control is about $60 and the stitch regulator retails for $499.

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    Super Member beachlady's Avatar
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    Feb 2008
    OHHHHH, I want a long arm. Only seen them a large quilt shows and pictures, so have to do research. Also need a new house to have one. Also want an embroidery machine - Hmmmm decisions!

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    Moderator littlehud's Avatar
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    Nov 2007
    SW Iowa
    I have a Juki too. I know what you mean about spending that much money ( on yourself ). I spent a lot of time thinking about the expense and finally decided that by just quilting a few quilts myself would pay for the machine. I have to say it was the best investment I have ever made. It runs like a dream and now I love quilting almost more than piecing the quilt. Enjoy!!!!

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