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    Quote Originally Posted by KimmieH View Post
    oops..maybe i am confusing it with the HQ? sorry. could be.
    The HQ Sweet 16 is the same as the Babylock Tiara.
    Both are sit down models.

    HQ also has a stand up LA, with called HQ 16.
    Basically the same machine, with a few extras.

    Does this help you?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chasing Hawk View Post
    I have the Bailey Pro 15, and it is a wonderful machine.

    We took it off the frame I had it on and put it into a table my husband built. As a matter of fact I will be using it this weekend, quilting one of the grandson's secret surprise quilt.
    Wow that is gorgeous! Happy quilting
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    I realize this is an old thread but in case someone else is researching mid arm machines, I'll throw in my 2 cents worth. I've had a Bailey 17 for five years now. I have mine on a frame and have purchased a second used one to put in a desk for smaller projects. It does everything I need it to do and it's trouble free. In other words set it (tension and stitch regulator) and forget it. The Yahoo group is a must if you want to learn everything you can about the machines they sell. The components are mfg. in the USA and the Baileys are a family business. They assemble each machine themselves as they are ordered. They also sell the full line of Janome machines. They are busy and they will call you back as soon as they can. They also answer emails. I had a problem with mine when I first got it that we could not resolve over the phone. They sent me a brand new machine and paid all the postage both ways. They are great people and it's a great machine. The height of the arm will accommodate a king sized quilt with room left over so don't worry about the 8 inch head space.
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