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Thread: Thinking about buying my first quilting machine... Any advice?

  1. #21
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    I agree about the Nolting. The service is fantastic. They are like family and go out of their way to be helpful. I have a collection of Singer Featherweights that I learned to service myself. The Nolting is like the Featherweight of the longarm world. Its simple and replacement parts are very reasonable. You can get good deals on used ones.
    Linda in Nevada

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    Thank you

    Annie123, Thank you so much for the information. I bought it! After looking at all the information here on the forum and trying more expensive setups, I went to see this Voyageur 17 and loved it. The woman I dealt with was very informative and pleasant, and I wound up paying $2200 for it. Now I get to start on my backlog of completed quilt tops and actually produce a useable quilt.

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