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Thread: seeking opinion: which Mid-Arm Quilting machine?

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    I'm still new here, I hope it's okay to ask for opinions on which Mid-Arm Quilting machines/set-ups you have, what you like/dislike about them, and what you'd recommend. I'd like to keep the cost at the lower end of the spectrum. Thanks! SheSews

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    A good place to go is a yahoo group homequiltingsystems.

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    I have a Bailey 15", a pcq and a Proflex frame...
    Sadly I can not tell you what I think of it as I'm intimidated by it and have yet to use it all... I am planning to get my craft room cleaned up so I can make friends with it...
    If I don't by the end of the year I'm going to sell it and go back to the old way of doing things lol.

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    don't be afraid set it up and love it

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    Ohhh.. it's set up... I just haven't found my backbone yet. I wish I knew someone who knew how to use it that could come over and hold my hand. I don't know what I'm afraid of... I just am :'(

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    I have a Handiquilter 16 and I love it.

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    I have a Voyager 17 SLR on a ProFlex frame. I have only played with it for a little bit but I love it so far. I previously had a 9" domestic sewing machine on a B-Line Studio frame with PC Quilter & Max throat which I also loved and I am keeping it around for a while in case I get into an argument with the new setup--LOL! I quilted many quilts on it both before & after I added the "goodies". I plan on locking myself in my room with my toys very soon.

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