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Thread: Site name for selling my quilting machine/frame

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    Senior Member echoemb's Avatar
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    Site name for selling my quilting machine/frame

    I am moving and need to sell my mid-arm quilting machine and frame. I can't remember the name of the site where you can list this thing. Anybody have a clue.

    Thanks
    Bunny

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    Craigslist or Sew its for sale yahoo group.

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    Senior Member echoemb's Avatar
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    I already posted on two places on craigslist but there was a site on here a while back that had lots of posting of machines for sale all over the US. I will try the sew its for sale yahoo group also.

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    http://www.longarmuniversity.com/machines_for_sale.htm

    I sold mine in 3 days!! Cost me 35.00 but worth it, will be posted for 6 months, I believe.
    Have a great day sewing and remember to "not sweat the small stuff"!!



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    I sold one of my LAs by joining and posting it in the for sale section of the APQS forum and it wasn't an APQS. There was no charge for this.

    Another highly visible place besides the longarmuniversity is House of Hanson (link below)

    http://www.houseofhanson.com/formerlyowned.html

    Also, I found it much easier to establish a new email address to use in the online ads. It also meant any mail coming there was an inquiry on the machine. Just a thought. I used a yahoo one.
    Last edited by LuvQuiltin; 01-01-2013 at 09:00 AM.

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    You might also contact any quilt guilds in your area, as well as professional longarmers. And ask at quilt shops whether you can put up a flyer.

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